Taught course

Production Design for Screen

University of Melbourne · University of Melbourne

Entry requirements

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Months of entry

July, February

Course content

A professional coursework masters that provides you with key skills, knowledge and the experience necessary to work in design for film, television and associated screen-based media, including television commercials, music videos and documentaries.

The course is delivered through formal classes, workshops, studio exercises and practical skills training. The first year is structured to include intensive training and skills development, it is followed by a more flexible second year of primarily practice-based learning that includes placements on actual films (and other screen-based productions) professionally produced in the industry or with the VCA’s renowned School of Film and Television working on student film productions. The course also helps you to develop links with the profession through a range of guest lecturers from the industry as well as the option of participating in an industry placement.

The program welcomes applicants from a variety of backgrounds including theatre, industrial, textile, interior, fashion and graphic design, architecture, the film and television industry and the visual arts.

After completion of the program you will have been trained to industry standard, ready to begin work on productions. In the second year of the course a research methodology elective is offered to provide you with a possible research pathway to a PhD.

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Information for international students

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Fees and funding

UK students
International students

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Qualification and course duration


full time
24 months
part time
48 months

Course details

Victorian College of Arts
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