Bachelor of Film and Screen Production (Screen Production)
Australian Higher Education Loan Program (HELP)
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As Australia’s #1 university for graduate starting salary (Good Universities Guide, 2022), University of Southern Queensland is the right place to make real progress. Regardless of your education history, your age or your aspirations, at UniSQ you’ll be inspired by quality learning experiences matched with top resources and research. Having delivered distance and online learning for over 40+ years, UniSQ supports you to learn at your own pace—exactly how it suits you.
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What you'll learn
On successful completion of the program, students should be able to:
1. deploy advanced location film-based knowledge, technical proficiency, and the individual work ethic necessary for practice as a skilled, professional screen artist
2. leverage a broad knowledge of the historical, ideological and ethical perspectives in the cinematic arts, both historically and in contemporary cultural, social contexts and industry
3. apply a high level of critical and cultural reflexivity and reflectivity in the design, implementation and evaluation of individual and group screen related projects
4. be flexible and innovative in their approach to practiscing creativity and engaging the cinematic arts in the wider community and in a range of professional industries
5. communicate in a range of academic and industry related verbal, written and visual forms that will enable effective engagement with relevant organisations, industry bodies and professional networks
6. actively engage with the advocacy and pursuit of ongoing research in the cinematic arts and their role in cultural growth.
Career possibilities include: film director, cinematographer, media manager, digital film editor, feature writer or production manager.
ATAR/Selection Rank + Interview + English Language Proficiency
Credit for previous study or work
Be a part of Australia’s iconic screen industry, a significant contributor to the nation’s cultural life and involving a range of roles, from actors, writers, producers, and post-production workers. Create scripted shows, documentaries, reality TV, and online content for the small screen (TV, computer screen, phone screen etc.) for use on YouTube, Vimeo, social media, and websites. Whether it’s working in the camera department, the production office, the editing suite or in the director’s chair, as a graduate you will have a wide selection of employment opportunities throughout the global film and screen industries.