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Film, Television and Radio

Film, Television and Radio graduates are in demand more than ever. By studying Film, Television and Radio at USQ, you bring your individuality and your lecturers will bring the industry knowledge and expertise to give you the skills employers want. Learn from lecturers with industry expertise in feature films, documentaries, television and radio.

Career outcomes

A range of careers await USQ Film, Television and Radio graduates. Graduates are currently working on film sets, television news production, radio stations and in production companies working in a range of positions such as directors, editors, production managers and radio broadcasters to name a few. Our graduates now work in a variety of organisations such as advertising agencies, film and television production companies, television news rooms, and radio stations.

You can explore careers in film making, television, radio, games, advertising agencies, teaching, production companies and even producing your own documentaries and films. Employment opportunities include: directing, cinematography, editing, producing, Art department design, scriptwriting, news camera operation, on air presenting, sound design and production assistant.

Industry links and experience

USQ has collaborative partnership agreements with Channel Nine, Channel Seven, NEP and other major media outlets to provide real world, hands on experience. This links with industry level facility training on campus and supported by guest presenters who are regulars within our teaching and learning experience.  Phoenix Radio and the associated AM, FM and Digital partners put you on air and online, it is our radio station serving the local community.

Study with the No.1 university in Australia for graduate starting salary.

Ready to start?

Semester 1, 2020 applications close 6 March