Study Screen and Media

Potential Career Outcomes
Course overview

Gaining a qualification in screen and media will equip you with an in-depth knowledge of all aspect of production from pre-production until post-production. With these qualifications, you will acquire skills to work in a diverse range of screen and media-based roles.

Interested in screen and media? In Australia, there are many courses you can take to start your career in this field. Australia offers courses both at the vocational training level across to higher education. In these courses you will be exposed to topics such as:

  • Script Writing
  • Film and Media Production
  • Sound Designs
  • Advertising Campaigns
  • Manage Performers
  • Digital Visual Effects
Graduate Outcomes
  • Artistic directors, media producers and presenters earn $2099 per week on average.
  • The unemployment rate for artistic directors, media producers and presenters were below average in 2018.
  • Artistic directors, media producers and presenters work mainly in the following industries: Information Media and Telecommunications; Professional, Scientific and Technical Services; and Arts and Recreation Services
Common Course Requirements
  • Completion of secondary education
  • Meet English proficiency (Usually at least IELTS 5.5 overall for Vocational courses, or 6.5 for University courses)
Related Courses
  • Diploma of Screen and Media

Duration: 26 – 70 weeks

Intake: February, July

Cost: $7,530 – $35,570

Locations: Most cities – Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide

  • Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media

Duration: 26 – 98 weeks

Intake: February, July

Cost: $7,460 – $54,000

Locations: Most cities – Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide

  • Bachelor of Screen and Media

Duration: 104 – 156 weeks

Intake: February, July

Cost: $22,000 – 35,000 per year

Locations: Most cities across Australia

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