Cerddoriaeth ac Astudiaethau Ffilm BA (Anrhydedd)

Cod UCASWW36
CymhwysterBA (Anrhydedd)
Hyd3 blwyddyn
Modd AstudioLlawn amser
Cynnig nodweddiadol104–120 pwyntiau Tariff UCAS

Rhagarweiniad i’r Cwrs

This exciting course course is run by the School of Creative Studies and Media in collaboration with Bangor’s world-class School of Music. The course is aimed at students who want to study Film Studies (for example: digital film production, Hollywood cinema, History of Film, Directing for performance, women on film, animation, world cinema, among other modules) and combine this with the study and/or practice of Music. This course course will equip you with a lively grounding in the practical and critical skills required in these exciting creative fields.

The School of Creative Studies and Media at Bangor specialises in three key areas: Creative Writing, Professional Writing, Journalism; Media, Film and Cinema Studies, New Media; and The Entertainment Industries and Performance Arts. The School has research interests in all areas of the Creative Industries, with research programmes running in several key areas: Hollywood and European Cinemas, New and Digital Media, Performance and Nation, Creative Mobile Technologies, Celtic Film and Media, Creative Writing, Critical Writing about Creative Writing, the dimensions and enhancement of Creativity, Publishing and Bookselling, Creative Industries Policy and Management, Children's Picture Books, Postcolonial Film and Media, Creative and Critical Understanding, Digital Versatile Disk, Critical Responsiveness for Creative Practitioners, Interactive Television and Podcasting.

Pam dewis Prifysgol Bangor ar gyfer y cwrs?

  • The School of Music at Bangor has dedicated facilities, and is world renowned as both a research and teaching School.
  • The University has a dedicated School of Creative Studies and Media building situated overlooking the beautiful Menai Strait and housing its own digital cinema, performance space, creative writing and journalism room and WIFI meeting area. It is also the home of a number of national and international research, development and outreach programmes in film studies and creative industries. The University has a fully equipped Media Centre, with film editing suites, new media suites, production studios and media/film equipment available to students.
  • Bangor has been the location of a number of festivals, is a regular site for visiting film- and media-makers creative writers, musicians and dramatists, and encourages students to engage widely with such areas as new media, journalism and cross-arts activity.
  • We are committed to teaching in small groups and the majority of our modules are delivered through weekly workshops or seminars.
  • This course is strengthened by Bangor's close links with many outside bodies, including the local, national and international film studies and media making communities in the USA, Australasia and Europe, and those working in the field of Music. Staff are practising professionals, who work on joint projects and act as advisers to research councils, arts councils and other bodies.
  • Sponsorship and scholarship opportunities are available on a competitive basis.
  • Final-year projects are often carried out in collaboration with a company and could include working in a team with students from creative arts degree courses.

Ffeithiau Allweddol gan UniStats

Cynnwys y Cwrs

For more on studying degree courses see our Study at Bangor section.

Music and Film Studies offers a balance of practical and critical tasks. In Film Studies you will explore a variety of films and film practices, having the opportunity to explore work from the past and present and to consider both the application of ideas to your own productions, and/or the critical study of film. In Music modules are also either practical or critical, and offer a wide variety of choices.  Much of your study will be done in small group teaching.

Beth fyddech yn ei astudio ar y cwrs yma?

A total of 120 credits must be taken in each year. Modules to choose from can include:

Film Studies

Year 1

60 credits from:

  • Language of Film (20)
  • Introduction to New Media (20)
  • Introduction to Film History (20)
  • American Television Culture (20)
  • Media and Popular Music Culture (10)
  • Essentials of Media Production (20)
  • Introduction to European Cinema (10)
  • Saints, Geniuses, Stars (20)
  • Animation from Mickey to Manga (20)
  • Women on Film (20) 

Year 2

60 credits from:

  • Standard Media Production (20)
  • Games and Virtual Environments (20)
  • Marketing Creativity (20)
  • Multimedia (20)
  • Documentary and Drama (20)
  • Film Theory/Film Culture (20)
  • Writing for Film and the Media (20)
  • French Film 1895-1950 (20)
  • Bodily Cultures (20)
  • Essential Film Production (20)
  • World Cinema (20)
  • Hollywood (20)

Year 3

60 credits from:

  • Individual Project (20) (core)
  • Advanced Media Production (20)
  • Development of Public Relations (20)
  • British Cinema (20)
  • America on Film (20)
  • Scripts for Theatre and Television (20)
  • Stanley Kubrick: Auteur (20)
  • Creating Documentaries (20)
  • East Asian Media and Culture (20)
  • Page and Screen: France (20)
  • Adaptations in European Cinema (20)
  • Advanced Games (20)
  • Applied Film Production (20)
  • Celtic Film (20)

Music

Year 1

60 credits from:

  • Monteverdi to Mahler (20)
  • Harmony and Counterpoint (20)
  • Composition (20)
  • Practical Music Technology (10)
  • An Introduction to Early Music (10)
  • Twentieth-Century Music (10)
  • Music Cultures of the World (20)
  • Media and Popular Music Culture (10)
  • Solo Performance (20)
  • Performance and Interpretation (10) 

Year 2

60 credits from:

  • Cerdd. Metcalf, Sam a Barrett (10)
  • The Violin in World Culture (10)
  • Christian Church 2 (10)
  • Choral Music 1750-1830 (10)
  • Songs of Protest (10)
  • Minimalism (10)
  • The Twentieth-Century Symphony (10)
  • J. S. Bach (10)
  • Purcell in the Theatre (10)
  • Bartok (10)
  • Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (10)
  • Debussy and Ravel (10)
  • Orchestrations and Arranging A (10)
  • Composition A (10)
  • Orchestrations and Arranging B (10)
  • Composition B (10)
  • Ensemble Performance 1 (10)
  • Historical Performance Studies (10)
  • Solo Performance (20)
  • Ensemble Performance 2 (10)
  • Conducting (10)
  • Writing about Music (10)
  • Tonal Studies A (10)
  • Ethno A: Ethno in Action (10)
  • Welsh Music Studies A: 20th-Century (10)
  • Arts Administration (10)
  • Recording Techniques (10)
  • Wagner in the Theatre (10)
  • Schenkerian Techniques (10)
  • Research Project (10)
  • Notation and Editing (10)
  • Tonal Studies B (10)
  • Music in the Community (10)
  • Community Arts Project (10)

Year 3

60 credits from:

  • Supplementary Study (10)
  • Orchestration and Arranging A (10)
  • Composition A (10)
  • Orchestration and Arranging C (10)
  • Songs of Protest (10)
  • The Twentieth-Century Symphony (10)
  • J. S. Bach (10)
  • Purcell in the Theatre (10)
  • Bartok (10)
  • Writing about Music (10)
  • Tonal Studies A (10)
  • Ethno A: Ethno in Action (10)
  • Welsh Music A: 20th-Century (10)
  • Arts Administration (10)
  • Teaching Techniques (10)
  • Recording Techniques (10)
  • Ensemble Performance 1 (10)
  • Historical Performance Studies (10)
  • Composition (project) (20)
  • Composition (project) (30)
  • Composition (project) (40)
  • Dissertation (20)
  • Dissertation (30)
  • Dissertation (40)
  • Edition (20)
  • Edition (30)
  • Edition (40)
  • Tonal Music Project (20)
  • Tonal Music Project (30)
  • Tonal Music Project (40)
  • Solo Performance (20)
  • Solo Performance (30)
  • Solo Performance (40)
  • Supplementary Study (10)
  • Orchestration and Arranging B (10)
  • Composition B (10)
  • The Violin in World Culture (10)
  • Christian Church 2 (10)
  • Choral Music 1750-1830 (10)
  • Minimalism (10)
  • Wagner in the Theatre (10)
  • Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (10)
  • Debussy and Ravel (10)
  • Schenkerian Techniques (10)
  • Research Project (10)
  • Notation and Editing (10)
  • Tonal Studies B (10)
  • Ethno B: Music in Africa (10)
  • Music in the Community (10)
  • Community Arts Project (10)
  • Editing Fifteenth-Century Music (10)
  • Ensemble Performance 2 (10)
  • Conducting (10) 

Modiwlau y flwyddyn yma

Rhoddir rhestr modiwlau ar gyfer arweiniad yn unig a gall newid. Gweld y modiwlau mae ein myfyrwyr yn astudio ar dudalen Modiwlau Cerddoriaeth ac Astudiaethau Ffilm.

Rhoddir cynnwys y cwrs ar gyfer arweiniad yn unig a gall newid.

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Ymysg y profiadau a gynigir gan y Ganolfan Gyrfaoedd a Chyflogadwyedd i helpu eich datblygiad personol a’ch gyrfa, mae rhaglenni lleoliadau gwaith, cynlluniau blasu gwaith, swyddi rhan-amser a chynlluniau gwirfoddoli a mentora.

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Mae’r cynllun yn agored i fyfyrwyr israddedig ac mae’r gwaith interniaeth ac unrhyw hyfforddiant a dderbynnir yn cael ei gofnodi yn awtomatig ar eich cofnod o weithgareddau Gwobr Cyflogadwyedd Bangor.

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    Mae TARGETconnect yn hysbysebu'r cyfleoedd canlynol:

  • Swyddi i Raddedigon – yn lleol, yn genedlaethol a rhyngwladol
  • Swyddi llawn-amser, rhan-amser, parhaol a thros dro
  • Profiad gwaith ac interniaethau
  • Cyfleon Gwirfoddol

Gofynion Mynediad

Please check with the School of Music and Media for any additional requirements.

 

For entry 2020:

For joint degrees, look at the entry for your other chosen subject. For all Music courses the ability to read staff notation is required. Typical offer is based on a minimum 120 tariff points from a Level 3 qualification* e.g.:

  • A Levels (including grade B in Music or in conjunction with alternative qualifications listed below **)
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma (including grade H6 in Music)
  • BTEC National/Extended Diploma in Music: DDM
  • Cambridge Technical Extended Diploma: DDM**
  • City & Guilds Advanced Technical/ Extended Diploma: considered case by case**
  • Access: Pass**
  • Welsh Baccalaureate is accepted.
  • Points from grade examinations are taken appropriate,not normally included in the offer.

International Candidates: school leaving qualifications and college diplomas are accepted from countries worldwide (subject to minimum English Language requirements). More information here

We also welcome applications from mature applicants.

*For a full list of accepted Level 3 qualifications, go to www.ucas.com.

For 2019 entry:

  • 120-104 tariff points from a level 3 qualification. These include A levels, BTEC, Access, Irish Highers, International Baccalaureate, Welsh Baccalaureate, Scottish Advanced Highers and others – for a full list, please refer to the new UCAS tariff at www.ucas.com.
  • We also welcome applications from mature applicants, individuals with European qualifications and international applicants (subject to minimum English language requirements). 

Gofynion Mynediad Cyffredinol

Yma ym Mangor rydym yn derbyn myfyrwyr â phob math o gymwysterau a chefndiroedd. Rydym yn ystyried pob cais yn unigol a hyd yn oed os nad ydych yn cael canlyniadau sy’n cyfateb i delerau eich cynnig gwreiddiol, gwnawn ein gorau i fod yn hyblyg i’ch cais.

Mae’n rhaid i bob ymgeisydd gael sgiliau sylfaenol da ond mae’r Brifysgol hefyd yn gweld pwysigrwydd sgiliau cyfathrebu a thechnoleg gwybodaeth.Am fanylion pellach

Mae’n bolisi gan y Brifysgol i ystyried ceisiadau gan ddarpar fyfyrwyr anabl yn yr un modd â; phob cais arall.

I astudio cwrs gradd, diploma a thystysgrif mae’n rhaid i chi gael isafswm o bwyntiau tariff UCAS. Am eglurhad manwl o bwyntiau tariff UCAS, ewch i www.ucas.com

Rydym yn ystyried ceisiadau gan fyfyrwyr hŷn sy’n medru dangos fod ganddynt y gallu a’r ymrwymiad i astudio rhaglen prifysgol. Bob blwyddyn rydym yn cofrestru nifer sylweddol o fyfyrwyr hŷn.

Mae gofynion mynediad mwy penodol i’w cael ar y tudalennau cwrs unigol.

Am fanylion pellach

E-bostiwch Derbyniadau Cyffredinol: admissions@bangor.ac.uk

Neu ysgrifennwch at:

Y Swyddfa Dderbyn
Prifysgol Bangor
Bangor,
Gwynedd
LL57 2TF
Ffôn: 01248 383717 

Costau’r Cwrs

Ffioedd dysgu ar gyfer Myfyrwyr DU/UE (2019–20 a 2020–21)
  • Llawn amser: £9,000 y flwyddyn
  • Rhan amser: £750 wrth 10 credyd

Ffioedd dysgu ar gyfer Myfyrwyr Rhyngwladol

Music:

Mandatory Costs:

Core module (WXM 1002, The Study of Music): purchase of text book A History of Western Music: £25 (usual price £39) ocore module (WXC 1002, Astudio Cerddoriaeth): purchase of text book Hanes Cerddoriaeth y Gorllewin: £15 (usual price £25) [earlier edition of the English version].

Although we are moving to online submissions as of AY 2017-18, a minority of modules may require students to print out a copy of the assignment (i.e. they will not be suitable for online submission). These costs will vary according to students.

Necessarily Incurred Costs:

Instruments, instrument consumables (e.g. reeds, strings), instrument repairs, will vary from student to student.

Pontio concert tickets - varies, but on average around £50 a year.

Optional Costs:

Optional year 1 module, Composition (WXK 1011) or Cyfansoddi (WXC 1011): purchase of text book, Composing Contemporary Music or Cyfansoddi Cerddoriaeth Gyfoes: £10 (usual cost £15).

Optional year 3 module, Teaching in Context (WXM 3270): DBS check, if applicable (may not be to all students, depending on project chosen): £44.

Software (if students wish to work at home rather than on campus).

Sheet music (if students wish to have their own copies rather than using those in the Library).

Optional trips (e.g. annual BBC National Orchestra of Wales workshop in Cardiff) – cost varies.

Additional Tickets for School Graduation Tea: £10 per head.

Film Studies:

Necessarily Incurred Costs:

Students are encouraged to purchase core texts for modules; the price for the core texts is typically between £20 and £50 per 20-credit module. All software is provided on University systems, but students may choose to purchase copies from software distributors for personal use.

Optional Costs:

These can include School graduation events, optional field trips, Welcome Week trips.

Sut i Ymgeisio

Sut i wneud cais drwy UCAS

UCAS yw’r Gwasanaeth Derbyniadau i Brifysgolion a Cholegau

Mae pob cais i’r brifysgol yn cael ei brosesu drwy UCAS ac yna’n cael ei drosglwyddo i’r prifysgolion a restrwyd.

Gall myfyrwyr wneud cais am hyd at bum cwrs.

Ar gyfer Meddygaeth, Deintyddiaeth a chyrsiau Milfeddygol dim ond pedwar cwrs caiff myfyrwyr restru.

Mae’r ffurflen gais i’w chael ar wefan UCAS, o dan ‘Apply’. Y dyddiad cau ar gyfer Prifysgolion Rhydychen a Chaergrawnt a chyrsiau Meddygaeth, Deintyddiaeth a Milfeddygaeth ydy 15 Hydref.

Ar gyfer pob cwrs arall y dyddiad cau ydy 15 Ionawr.

Datganiad Personol

Y Datganiad Personol yw’r rhan o’r ffurflen gais sy’n gofyn am fwyaf o waith.

Cewch ddefnyddio dim ond 47 o linellau neu 500–550 o eiriau i egluro pam yr ydych am astudio’r cwrs, a’r sgiliau sydd gennych sy’n hanfodol ar gyfer astudio yn y brifysgol.

I ysgrifennu datganiad personol llwyddiannus mae’n rhaid i chi fod â dealltwriaeth dda am y cwrs a’i gynnwys. Cofiwch mai dim ond un datganiad personol rydych yn ei hysgrifennu ar gyfer eich pum dewis.

Gwnewch yn siwr bod y cyrsiau yn debyg, os nad yw yr un fath, a gwnewch yn siŵr nad ydych yn sôn am gwrs neu brifysgol penodol.

Darllenwch ein cyngor ar ysgrifennu datganiad personol llwyddianus neu gwyliwch ein fideos.

Ar ôl gwneud cais

Gallwch gadw llygaid ar eich cais drwy system UCAS ‘Track’. Bydd cynigion gan brifysgolion yn ymddangos ar Track a gallwch dderbyn neu wrthod cynnig.

Rhaid i chi fod wedi derbyn atebion gan bob prifysgol cyn y gallwch ymateb. Mae dau fath o ymateb – derbyn pendant (firm acceptance) a derbyn wrth gefn (insurance acceptance). Fel arfer mae myfyrwyr yn ymateb ar ddechrau mis Mai.

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Ewch i'n gwefan Paratoi ar gyfer y Brifysgol am wybodaeth pellach ynglŷn a sut i wneud cais.

 

Mwy o Wybodaeth

Cysylltwch â ni

Media
Tel: 01248 382085
E-mail: media@bangor.ac.uk
www.bangor.ac.uk/media


Admissions Officer
Music
Tel: 01248 382085
E-mail: music@bangor.ac.uk
www.bangor.ac.uk/music

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Gwnewch y mwyaf o’ch amser yma gydag aelodaeth am ddim o’n clybiau a chymdeithasau myfyrwyr. Manteiswch ar ein rhaglen profiad rhyngwladol a chymerwch ran yng Ngwobr Cyflogadwyedd Bangor sy’n cynnig profiadau i gyfaethogi eich cyfnod yn y Brifysgol.

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