Film and Television
Employment may be found in:
- Postproduction and special effects
- Sound production
- Television commercials
- Television production
- Video game and interactive media development
View our awards ... 31 international film awards in 2012!
Undergraduate Course Links
|Undergraduate||Local Students||International Students|
|Bachelor of Film and Television - DSFTV10||Local||International|
|Bachelor of Film and Television (Animation)- DANM10*||Local||International|
|Bachelor of Film and Television (Honours) - FTV20||Local||International|
Important Application Information:
*The new Bachelor of Film and Television (Animation) is offering only first-year study units in 2014. Transfer or application into later years of the program will not be available in 2014.
Bachelor of Film and Television programs have one yearly intake for Semester 1 commencement. There is no mid-year intake.
Undergraduate applicants entering Year 1 of a Bachelor degree and not seeking exemptions are not required to submit a portfolio. Those seeking exemptions should refer to the Faculty of Design Undergraduate Portfolio Guidelines.
Course Guide Download
Download the Film & Television 2013 course guide to learn about our current Bachelor of Film & Television course. This brochure includes information about pre-requisite studies, ATAR scores, graduate career opportunities, pathways from TAFE to University and the student experience.
Download the Film and Television 2014 course guide to learn about our revised film and television course for 2014. This brochure includes information about pre-requisite studies, ATAR scores, graduate career opportunities, pathways from TAFE to University and the student experience.