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John Izod is perfectly right in his choice of prestigious courses
- except that he left off the Institute of Education at the
University of London, whose Media Studies MA is second to none!
 
Bob Ferguson
Head of Media Studies
University of London
Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
London WC1 H OAL
 
>From: John Izod <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Film-TV universities in GB
>Date: Tue, 01 Nov 94 14:01:00 GMT
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>The British Film Institute's FILM AND TELEVISION HANDBOOK (published
>annually) lists all film and TV courses taught by British universities.
>
>A personal list of the most prestigious would include Stirling, Warwick,
>Sussex, Glasgow, Westminster and Goldsmiths - but it depends on whom you ask
>and what emphases you want.  And Stirling has both e-mail and  semesterised
>and modular degree strucure.
>
>
>John Izod
>Film & Media Studies
>University of Stirling
>STIRLING FK9 4LA
>Scotland
>
>Tel +44 786 467521 (direct)
>Fax +44 786 466855
>
>e-mail [log in to unmask]
>
>I am sure that the question I am going to point out
>has been answered several times in this list, but I am
>new on the list, so I could not get the answer to the question...
>Could anybody send me information about universities and colleges
>in Great Britain that teach Film and TV? Which are the most prestigious?
>Do they have e-mail?
>I am interested on personal point of view, personal experiences, etc
>apart from academical information.
>Any help? All apreciated
>
>Ruben Garcia-Loureda
>Television de Galicia. 15780 Santiago de Compostela. La Corunna. SPAIN
>Internet [log in to unmask]
>Phone 34-(9)81-540676
>Fax   34-(9)81-540729
>
 
Robert Ferguson