Bachelor of Film and Television (3 Year Program)

Bond University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00017B

There is no better place to study film and television than Queensland’s Gold Coast. Home to the largest studio lot in the southern hemisphere at the Village Roadshow Studios, the whole region is a blockbuster hot spot, producing films such as Pirates of the Caribbean, San Andreas, The Chronicles of Narnia, Thor and Aquaman. Available to international students only, Bond’s Bachelor of Film and Television (3-Year) program draws on the University’s strong connections with the local production industry to provide hands on experience and real-life projects for our film and television students. Gain industry credits and make contacts working on movie sets, television shows, and at broadcast events. You will be taught by the internationally experienced producers, directors, writers, videographers and show runners.




  • FITV11-100: Short Screen Project and Industry Protocol (10CP)FITV11-107: Sound Production and Design (10CP)FITV11-110: Screenwriting Short Fiction (10CP)FITV11-120: Image, Photography and Visual Design (10CP)FITV11-130: Screen Style and Storytelling (10CP)FITV11-140: Live Television Broadcasting (10CP)FITV11-150: Screen Business - Producing Screen Content (10CP)FITV12-201: Directing Actors (10CP)FITV12-202: Cinematography Style and Design (10CP)FITV12-203: Screen Editing (10CP)FITV12-210: Advanced Screenwriting (10CP)FITV12-220: Screen Production 2 (10CP)FITV12-250: Advanced Screen Business (Project Development) (10CP)FITV12-252: Factual and Documentary Production (10CP)FITV13-300: Graduation Screen Project (10CP)

Standard entry requirements

Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent Selection Rank

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Gold Coast International: $129,600 No
  • Full-time : 3 years

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