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Rowanna Smith, Careers Consultant for Film Studies

What can I do with my degree?

Film studies

With a Film Studies degree from the University of Exeter, you'll be able to:

  • Use advanced skills in writing to communicate effectively in an appropriate style and apply sustained written and oral arguments coherently and persuasively
  • Analyse and critically examine diverse forms of media and audiovisual communication
  • Gather, sift, interpret and organise substantial quantities of diverse information in structured ways
  • Exercise independent thought and judgement in handling information and arguments in a critical and self-reflective manner
  • Comprehend and develop intricate concepts in an open-ended way that involves an understanding of aims and consequences
  • Undertake independent research and make use of archival materials, library-based and digital and electronic resources

An in-depth look at HESA’s DLHE survey, which provides the most comprehensive picture of what people finishing university degrees do after graduation: What Do Graduates Do?

Professional Institutions and Organisations relating to Film Studies

Broader information can be found on our Sector Pages.

Film Studies in the Workplace

Links to job options, career areas, contacts and resources, and you can find out what other Film Studies students have done six months after graduation.