Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media - Screen

RMIT University

Program Description

Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media - Screen

RMIT University

Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media- Screen

Want to forge a career in screen or interactive digital media? If you've completed the Diploma of Screen and Media or the Diploma of Interactive Digital Media (IDM), this Advanced Diploma gives you the broad base necessary to move ahead in the art, design, screen and media industries. RMIT is renowned as Australia's leader in screen, interactive and new media education. We’ll provide you with a creative and supportive environment of artistic and intellectual investigation with great opportunities to forge industry connections.

Many graduates and staff of this program have exhibited in festivals and conferences locally and internationally including Cannes, SIGGRAPH, Milia and Annecy.

This course has 2 specialist streams:

  • Interactive Digital Media (you must complete the Diploma of International Digital Media to enter this stream)
  • Screen (you must complete the Diploma of Screen and Media to enter this stream).

Screen

The Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Screen) will develop the essential skills and knowledge you’ll require for key areas such as:

  • concept development
  • storytelling
  • pre-production
  • production
  • post-production.

Throughout your studies, we'll emphasise the importance of industry knowledge, collaboration, team building and professionalism.

Entry requirements


For entry in to Multimedia stream, you must have successfully completed the Diploma of Interactive Digital Media at RMIT University or an equivalent qualification at another institution.

For entry in to Screen stream, you must have successfully completed the Diploma of Screen and Media at RMIT University or an equivalent qualification at another institution.


Selection tasks

Folio: You must supply evidence of your creativity in the form of a folio that contains a variety of your personal work in art, design or media relevant to the program/s you are applying for. The folio should demonstrate your interests and creative thinking as well as your conceptual, design, problem solving and technical skills. You should include evidence of how ideas were developed as well as finished works.

Examples of work to include in your folio are drawings, paintings, graphic designs, photographs, digital images, models, sculpture, video, scripting, short stories, and/or 2D and 3D Flash animation.

We recommend you explain each work to help the Selection Officer understand the purpose and background of that work.

Folios should be submitted electronically on a CD with files in PDF, JPEG, SWF, DCR or QuickTime format suitable to be read on Mac OSX or later, unless otherwise specified. Each electronic file should be no larger than 10MB. You must present your folio at an assessment session (if you are living outside Melbourne, this can be conducted via email, phone or Skype).


English language requirements:

To study this program you will need to complete the Academic IELTS with an overall band of 5.5 and no individual band below 5.0.

This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated January 6, 2016
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