This course is part of the digital, media, film and broadcast engineering cluster of BSc degrees. It focuses on the installation of transmission equipment, AV, lighting and sound resources, and the theory and practice of electronic and electrical principles in TV broadcasting, and prepares graduates for television and video delivered by the internet.
This course will give you a broad-based understanding of how broadcast technology is used in television, and also emerging practices connected with the delivery of video via the internet. You will also graduate with an in-depth knowledge of audio, video and data systems. Ravensbourne’s engineering students have transferable skills in technological and theoretical concepts, research and analysis, problem-solving and collaboration. You will be an engineer who can design and support a wide range of broadcast systems.
Ravensbourne Broadcast Systems Technology students are highly prized by industry and almost 100 per cent of our graduates gain immediate employment. Many are working in industry part-time before they graduate. You can expect to work in a variety of areas in the broadcast industry from systems design, installation, maintenance and support, to studio and location production, post-production and transmission. Because this course is accredited by both Creative Skillset and BKSTS (British Kinematograph, Sound and Television Society), you will be choosing a course that has the approval of the broadcast industry.
Your learning will be focused on tutorials, practical exercises and projects guided by teaching staff and external broadcasting professionals.