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A range of careers await UniSQ Film, Television and Radio graduates. Graduates are currently working in television news production as news camera operators or editors with major television networks; with NEP on major television outside broadcast of major sporting events, on air and in production on ABC radio and with commercial radio stations or within advertising agencies, production companies and filming documentaries. Collaborative partnership agreements with Channel Nine, Channel Seven, NEP and other major media outlets, as well as industry-level facility training on campus and university-run radio station provide you with practical experience.

Discover the newly developed Bachelor of Film and Screen Production and Bachelor of Television and Radio Production and graduate with practical, tangible skills ready to apply to industry.

Explore UniSQ's Film, Television and Radio degrees

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How do I choose the right degree for me?

At UniSQ you  can choose from various undergraduate degrees in film, television and radio. A Bachelor of Film and Screen Production (Film Production) focuses on filmmaking and the national and international developments in the film industry. A film course will help you develop the essential skills to make movies for the big screen, write scripts, work with actors and make short films.

After a film and television degree? A Bachelor of Film and Screen Production (Screen Production) means contributing to Australia’s iconic screen industry, whether it’s as an actor, writer, producer or post-production worker.

Our Bachelor of Television and Radio Production (Radio Production) course means you can network with Southern Cross Austereo, ABC radio, Grant Broadcasting, NOVA and community broadcasters to set yourself up for future success.

The Bachelor of Television and Radio Production (Television Production) also connects you with Channel Nine and Seven, leading outside broadcaster NEP in Sydney and Melbourne and Fox Sport in Sydney.

You can even go onto further studies with a PhD or Master of Research.

Are flexible study options available to study film, television and radio courses?

At UniSQ, we understand that many of our students are balancing family, social and work commitments in their lives. Our flexible study options allow you to tailor your study to suit your needs. If required, you can reduce your study-load and choose to study part-time.

Whether you choose to study online, come on-campus or a combination of both, you’ll experience the same level of support and opportunity to connect with other. Discover the different ways you can study at UniSQ. 

What are the pathways to entry?
At UniSQ, there are several pathway programs available to you if you don’t need the entry requirements for your chosen degree. Whether it’s been some time since you’ve last studied, you haven’t completed high school, or you’re making a career switch later in life, we’ve got you covered. Your university pathway will be uniquely tailored to your skills, experience and chosen degree. Apply for a film, television and radio degree today.
What are my career prospects with a film, television and radio qualification?

Film, television and radio courses at UniSQ give you the opportunity to study the mediums in-depth. Whether you are interested in producing, directing or writing for these fields, a film degree can provide the necessary foundation and skills to succeed. Our film degrees focus on all aspects of film production, from scripting and editing to shooting and post-production and can open up various career paths for graduates. Creative opportunities are abundant in this sector, from the entertainment industry to roles in advertising, journalism, marketing and public relations, teaching, research or independent filmmakers.

A Bachelor of Television and Radio Production (Television Production) will enable you to be part of a growing industry as a producer, director, camera operator, technician, writer, audio, lighting, editing and more. Our radio courses, including the Bachelor of Television and Radio Production (Radio Production), will enable you to pursue a career in broadcast and online radio and podcasting, covering technical roles, production, on-air presentation, copywriting, editing, media management and audio production.

No matter what career path students choose in the media and communication sector, studying film, television or radio provides them with a solid foundation for success in an ever-evolving media landscape. 

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