Courses are individual classes that can be taken at universities, colleges, junior colleges, and trade schools worldwide. For even greater flexibility, many schools also offer online classes. Students can take individual classes or pursue degree programs.
Do you want to study in Oceania? The two most in demand study destinations on Oceania: Australia and New Zealand, both together offer a uncommon and very distinctive study adventure.
Course Online in Arts in Oceania
Led by writer/producer/director Pauline Clague, this intensive, eight week, online program uses online chat sessions, viewings, readings and AFTRS video tutorials to explore the art of creating a bible for a Webisode series, culminating in personalised feedback on your pitch document from an Australian TV network. [+]
This 10-week, online course provides anyone with a little musical creativity and a music software program the tools to adapt their skills to creating music for the screen. Screen music composer and AFTRS Graduate Matt McGowen will help you use your creative skills to compose a two-minute piece of music and learn how to integrate it with a piece of film. [+]
From the comfort of your keyboard, learn how to shoot quality videos with your iPhone or iPad and create stories on the go, in this five week online course. Filmmaker and cinematographer Gareth Tillson will lead this course featuring video tutorials, weekly assignments and a weekly online chat session, where you will get real time feedback from the tutor. [+]
This introductory 10 week, online course from Australia’s premier Broadcast School will teach you the fundamentals of creating viable and original TV series concepts. Comprised of ten modules with a wide variety of learning activities, you’ll analyse existing comedies and dramas, participate in online group activities, and get individual feedback on your writing. [+]
A lively online course from Australia’s premier Film School that focuses on concept, structure, story and character. By the end of 10 weeks, you will have gone through the process of developing your idea into a fully-fledged screenplay story with a traditional three-act structure. [+]