Idea – Concept Development, Script Writing and Project Management - Bachelor
The Bachelor's Programme in Film and Media specialising in Idea – Concept Development, Script Writing and Project Management caters to those who are interested in thinking from scratch and developing ideas so that they can be realised. The programme consists of three years of full-time studies at first cycle level.
This programme has Swedish as main language of instruction.You apply for the programme from the site in Swedish: https://www.uniarts.se/utbildningar/kandidatprogram/id%C3%A9-koncept-manus-projektledning-program
If you already have a university education in film and media or extensive experience of working artistically in the field, you can apply for the Master programme in film and media where there are both team specialisations in film and individual specialisations. Find the right programme for you in our EDUCATION COMPASS!
Film and media make up a significant part of people’s everyday life and influence societal development through a unique ability to reach out and communicate to a wide audience. To tell in film and media offers opportunities to operate in a wide range of expressions from the commercial to the artistic, from documentary to fiction. Digital development has made the technology to produce film and media available to many. There are also more and more platforms for film and media: cinema, television, internet, radio, art galleries and public spaces. It is a complex narrative form in which many different artistic expressions such as sounds, images, words, scenery, acting and music together form an experience. Film and media productions are often created in collaboration between artists with their own artistic voices and different crafts and artistic expressions.
The Bachelor's Programme in Film and Media is a first cycle programme for work in film, television and radio and a place for you to begin the development of an artistic expression within the mediated area.
The Bachelor’s Programme in Film and Media specialising in Image – in Idea – Concept Development, Script Writing and Project Management
The Bachelor's Programme in Film and Media consists of theory, tool and lab courses. Some courses are common to all five specialisations, others are specialisation-specific. The programme's elective courses give you space to individually shape your education. What recurs throughout the programme is that you as a student seek out your own tone and your own expression.
As a student in the specialisation Idea – Concept Development, Script Writing and Project Management, you dedicate yourself to basic knowledge so as to be able to work on, for example, programme development for television/radio, editorial, research and screenwriting in teams (episode writer).
In the courses that are specific to the specialisation, you intensify your knowledge during the course of the programme in research work, idea formation, concept development, project planning and management as well as script and character development for different types of film and media. For example, you work on fiction, documentary and hybrids for different platforms, in different formats and lengths. You can practice writing scripts, leading development work and planning recordings. The courses consist of exercises with submitted material and also exercises that prepare for joint lab courses. In the programme, you will practice working both within a clear framework and more freely. Through analysis, you develop your ability to reflect on your own work and the work of others. Particular focus is placed on ethical aspects of research and different types of rights. During the two last years, you specialise in script, concept development or project management and producership.
If you wish to specialise even more, deepen your artistic expression, and prepare to do research, after completing the bachelor's degree specialising in Image – Cinematography, Animation and Production Design, you can apply for the master specialisations Scriptwriting for Film and Television, Producer for Film, Television and New Media, Documentary Processes and The Art of Impact.