A life in the screen sector is a passion which challenges people to a lifetime of learning and growth. From across Australia, here are some of the respected tertiary courses which combine production and theory.
Your journey can begin close to home, as you explore your talent, experience the art of screen, make life-long friends and shape your future.
“Walking into ACA, it was like, this is where I’m meant to be”
– Hugh Jackman, ACA Patron.
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Course Code: BAPEASS18
FILM & TV, RADIO
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FILM & TV, ANIMATION
Deakin’s film, television and animation degrees prepare you with the technical skills and industry experience to become an adaptive creative professional. Through hands-on studio learning in dedicated facilities you’ll gain the latest insights from teachers who are active in industry and graduate with a portfolio of work.
SCREENWRITING, PRODUCTION, ANIMATION
Film and Television at the Victorian College of the Arts
The VCA balances intensive, studio-based practice with critical studies. Based in Melbourne’s Arts Precinct you will have the opportunity to form professional relationships that last throughout your career. Specialisations at undergraduate and graduate levels include: Animation, Documentary, Narrative, Producing and Screenwriting.
VFX, FILM & TV, ANIMATION
UniSA is known for breaking boundaries and working beyond limits, a place where you can think critically and creatively, glimpse the future and engage with true originals. Combine your creativity with advanced technologies and enter the exciting world of film, Television and VFX.
JOURNALISM, FILM & TV
Monash’s School of Media, Film and Journalism brings practical experience to the fore. They provide industry connections, professional immersion and hands-on learning in a cutting-edge, multi-million-dollar Media Lab. By exploring real-world issues in real-world contexts, students graduate ready to succeed.