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January 24, 2020 Friday 11:17:26 AM IST

BCU partners with Ronkel Media Education Institute

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Birmingham City University in the United Kingdom has signed a MoU with Mumbai-based Ronkel Media Education Institute. The partnership will see students handed real-world experience working on motion picture productions.

A memorandum of understanding was signed between the two that will support students in developing the valuable skills needed to help create, perform in or market a movie. It will also provide opportunities for students to study aspects of the media, arts and entertainment overseas as part of exchange study programmes between Birmingham City University and Ronkel Media Education Institute.

Birmingham City University operates a range of courses related to the film industries and boasts state-of-the-art facilities for its students to hone their skills using industry standard equipment. The new partnership will allow students learning skills in areas such as screenwriting, film production, visual effects, film studies and film business and promotion.