Master of Producing
The Master of Producing is a practice-based graduate coursework degree, taking eighteen months of full-time study that focuses on the creative and business aspects of being a successful producer in the film, television and allied industries.
The program will extend your creative abilities and business skills by requiring you to work in the role of Producer on student films; you will develop a sound understanding of the Australian film, television and allied industries, and produce a short creative project.
Admission is based on completion of a three-year undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification and an interview.
The School of Film and Television at the Victorian College of the Arts, has an international reputation for the high quality of its graduates and student productions. Graduates are successful in local and international film festivals, winning numerous awards with their productions and are widely employed in the industry. Many of our graduates develop high-profile careers in the film, television or allied industries.
Detailed subject information is available in the University Handbook.
Our alumni include:
Producers Jonathan Shiff (Thunderstone, Ocean Girl), Michale Pattinson (Ground Zero), Peter Dodds (Neighbours), Directors Justin Kurzel (Snowtown), David Michod (Animal Kingdom), Gillian Armstrong (Charlotte Gray, Little Women), Geoffrey Wright (Romper Stomper, Macbeth), Sarah Watt (Look Both Ways, My Year without Sex), Clayton Jacobson (Kenny), Jamie Blanks (Urban Legends, Valentine), Robert Luketic (Legally Blonde, The Ugly Truth, 21)
18 months full time (This course cannot be taken part time)
Semester 1 only
There is no mid-year entry
Successful applicants cannot defer their course
Domestic Commonwealth Supported Places are available
International Fee place - AUD$27,424 per year
Domestic course fee information is available on the Future Students Tuition Fees pages.
5 November 2012
5 November 2012
Week commencing Monday 18 February 2013