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We are pleased to announce that our new AS Level Media Studies qualification is accredited for first teaching in 2017.
Our AS and A Level Media Studies specifications are contemporary, accessible and creative to provide an opportunity for students to engage with the world around them.
Engaging – Our AS and A Level Media Studies specifications have been designed to enthuse students into broadening their intellectual horizons in a variety of contexts.
Creative – The non-examined assessment at both AS and A Level is a great opportunity for students to develop contemporary skills in connecting media practice and theory.
Relevant and contemporary – In creating these modern new specifications, we've liaised with teachers, subject associations, higher education and employers to focus on contemporary media.
Straightforward assessment – These specifications provide clear, fair assessments, which examine relevant, engaging content.
Support and guidance – Our dedicated OCR Media and Film team have a love and knowledge of the subject that we want to share with teachers and students. We offer guidance, both online and face-to-face, to support your delivery of these exciting new specifications.
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Accredited specification for the new AS Level GCE Media Studies qualification.
Draft specification for the new A Level GCE Media Studies qualification.
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A draft planner for the new A Level Media Studies including two possible schemes of work for the first term.