Screen and Media Programs at Melbourne Polytechnic are designed for students looking to develop or enhance existing skills in TV broadcasting and video production.
Students work in state-of-the-art HD Broadcast production studios. Activities include non-linear editing on AVID Media Composer and Final Cut Pro and direct experience in computer-based workflows, similar to the latest studio facilities around the world.
Melbourne Polytechnic also boasts Australia's first educational installation of a hard drive based recording and playback system (an EVS) utilised at all major sporting events around the world from Grand Slam tennis, the FIFA World Cup to the Olympic Games in Athens.
Studying Screen and Media at Melbourne Polytechnic provides you with the networking advantages of a large Performing Arts Department. Your studies will allow you to create work contacts within a vast student body as well as foster direct links with Arts industry personnel.
The Performing Arts department includes students doing courses in the areas of Music Performance, Music Business and Sound Production programs. Interaction between these student groups is encouraged via projects and timetabled events throughout the various programs.
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