TOEFL (paper-based): total score of at least 577 with a score of 4.5 in the Test of Written English. To submit your scores when you apply, use our TOEFL Institution Code: 0974.
Please note that we don't accept the revised TOEFL paper-delivered test.
TOEFL (internet-based): total score at of least 79 and scores of 21 for writing, 18 for speaking, 13 for reading and 13 for listening. To submit your scores when you apply, use our TOEFL Institution Code: 0974.
IELTS: total score of at least 6.5 in the Academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS), with no bands less than 6.0.
Pearson Test of English: overall score of at least 58 and no PTE communicative skills score below 50.
Cambridge English, Advanced/Certificate in Advanced English (CAE): Cambridge English Score of at least 176 with no skill below 169.
C2 Proficiency (previously called Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE) examination): Cambridge English Score of at least 180 with no skill below 180.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film and Television) course aims to develop writer/directors with distinctive individual creative voices, and detailed practical knowledge of all stages of film and television production.
This course is a three-year full-time degree that offers study in production based, practical film making and screen-based storytelling. Theoretical knowledge and practical skills are developed through an immersive and practical curriculum in studio and production environments. You will be provided with ongoing opportunities to initiate, develop, and realise short film projects to industry standard with access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, under the guidance of professional and academic staff with significant industry experience.
You will be given the opportunity to perform key crewing roles on other student productions and be involved in creative interdisciplinary collaborations with students across Performing Arts, Music, Visual Art, Design and Production. Studies in screen culture will allow you to deepen your knowledge of cinema and screen-based storytelling, focusing on elements essential to the practice of filmmaking.
The capstone subject Screen Practice 3B provides you with the opportunity to focus on the development and realisation of a substantial short film work at a professional level.
CRICOS Code: 093584A
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Screen Practice 1A
Screen Practice 1B
Screen Culture 1
Screen Practice 2A
Screen Culture 2
Screen Practice 2B
Languages Of The Screen
Screen Practice 3A
Semester 2 (Early-Start)
Screen Practice 3B
Our students and graduates receive outstanding industry and audience recognition on national and international stages in positions that include:
Film and television producer
OSHC: 530$ per year