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Bachelor of Television and Radio Production (Television Production)

Bachelor of Television and Radio Production (Television Production) (BTVR)
CRICOS: 103181M

Entry requirements
Study mode
  • External
  • On-campus
  • Springfield
  • 3 year(s) (or part-time equivalent)
  • Feb, Jul


  • Develop industry-ready skills to prepare you for an exciting career in the television industry, with positions in reality television, live sport events, news and current affairs, talk shows, major events, game shows, sitcoms, comedy, production drama, television commercials and much more.
  • Be a part of a growing industry as a producer, director, camera operator, technician, writer, audio, lighting, editing and many other roles.
  • Link your Television Production major with other disciplines, such as Film, Journalism, IT, Radio or Marketing and graduate with a diverse and dynamic skill-set.
  • Benefit from UniSQ’s connections with industry such as Channel Nine and Seven, leading outside broadcaster NEP in Sydney and Melbourne and Fox Sport in Sydney. Expect to be involved in work experience in studio and outside broadcasts – all hands on, in real-time.
  • Our full broadcast television studio is your classroom! A practical, fully accessible space, with the latest technology for streaming and outside broadcast.

Further study

Upon successful completion of this degree, you can go on to study the Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours).

Thinking of studying in 2025? UniSQ will be delivering flexible new ways of teaching, with different calendar offerings, making the balance of study and life easier. Read more in our new academic calendar FAQs.

Career outcomes

  • As a graduate, you can explore careers within television studio productions, outside broadcast coverage of sport, concerts or major events as well as news and current affairs.
  • You’ll be equipped to work in technical roles, production, on-air presentation, copywriting, editing, camera, media management, audio production and all associated roles.

Entry requirements


To study this degree we assume you have sound knowledge in:

  • English (Units 3 & 4, C) 

We assume that your knowledge is equivalent to a grade C or higher in Units 3 and 4 at high school level (typically studied in Year 12). Find out more about assumed knowledge.

You may be required take part in an audition or interview, which requires presentation of the following:

  • a portfolio of film work, broadcast visual or sound work.
  • a written statement (500 words) outlining your experience within these media and/or an explanatory statement that describes your portfolio.

For registration, please see our Auditions and interviews page. Please note that you will need to apply for your degree before registering to interview.

Note: It is a requirement that Queensland-based students hold a current positive notice indicating that they are deemed suitable for working with children and young people whilst studying the Bachelor of Television and Radio Production. Further information about the Blue Card or Exemption Card suitability process is available from the Blue Card Services.

Select the country where you completed your studies to see a guide to the grades you need to apply for this degree. If your country is not listed, you can still apply for this course and we will assess your eligibility. 

English language requirements

You are required to satisfy the applicable English language requirements and this degree requires a minimum of IELTS 6.0 or equivalent. If you do not meet the English language requirements you may apply to study a University-approved English language program.

Recognition of prior learning or work experience

If you have previously studied in your home country, you may be eligible for recognition of prior learning to reduce the number of courses that you need to study to finish your program.


If you don't meet the entry requirements, we have pathway options available to you.


Degree structure

To complete this degree students must complete 24 units.

Courses to be studied Units
Core courses 4
12-unit Television Production major 12
1 x second 8-unit major*
or 2 x 4-unit minors
or 1 x 4-unit minor^ plus 4 x elective courses
Total 24

*The second 8-unit major can be chosen from any approved 8-unit major in another discipline in the School of Creative Arts (e.g. Visual Art, Music, Theatre, Digital Media, Film Production etc. providing all entry requirements are met) or from a recommended major outside of the creative arts, such as Advertising, or Journalism, or another major in consultation and with approval from the degree director.

^While it is not possible to complete 12-unit majors in both Television and Radio, you may choose to add more courses in Television or Radio as part of your suite of complimentary studies (e.g. a student undertaking the 12-unit major in Radio could do a minor in Television, and vice versa).

Refer to the UniSQ Handbook for an example of courses to be studied and recommended enrolment patterns.

Residential schools

All students will have the opportunity to come on-campus for residential schools, where you will attend face-to-face lectures and tutorials to gain practical experience, use facilities and specialist equipment, and meet staff and other students.

Professional experience

Students typically engage in professional experience placement with television broadcasters.

Note: This program is offered chiefly at Springfield campus with a variety of onā€campus and online course offers. The second and third-year practical courses in both Television and Radio are available on-campus at Springfield and via external offering at Toowoomba where residential schools will be held.

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Fees and scholarships

Your actual fees may vary depending on the courses you select. We review our fees annually so these may be subject to change.

Approximate annual costs1 for international students' first year of study (8 units) in this degree:

Study Mode Cost

You are responsible for the full cost of your course and are charged a tuition fee.

AUD 27400

You are responsible for the full cost of your course and are charged a tuition fee.

AUD 27400

1 These are indicative annual fees for 2024. 

Student services and amenities fees

You may need to pay student services and amenities (SA) fees as part of your course costs.

Professional experience costs

This degree includes a professional experience component that may involve travel, accommodation and meal expenses.

Residential school costs

This degree includes an on-campus residential school component that involves travel, accommodation and meal expenses.


At UniSQ, we offer a range of scholarships to support your success at university. Find a scholarship that works for you.

How to apply

Complete your online application directly to UniSQ.

CRICOS: 103181M


You can select to start your study in Semester 1 or 2.

Study period  Orientation  Study period start date Finish date
Semester 1, 2024  Monday 12 February  Monday 19 February  Friday 14 June
Semester 2, 2024 Monday 1 July Monday 8 July  Friday 1 November

From 2025, this degree will be offered in Trimester study periods. You will start your study in Trimester 1.

Study period  Orientation  Study period start date Finish date
Trimester 1, 2025  Monday 3 February  Monday 10 February  Friday 9 May

More information on applying key dates is available.

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