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The study of creative industries management involves learning about a variety of entertainment sectors, including film, visual art, theatre, literature, and music, as well as how to guide and manage those who work within them. Students often find themselves learning about everything from administration to creative theory.
Australia education is mainly the responsibility of the government. The government fully funds the public university education while it partially funds the private university education. Australia being an English-spoken country, most of students from countries whose english is the first language often loves studying in this country
Top Master Programs in Creative Industries Management in Australia 2019
The Master of Creative Industries offers a unique opportunity to acquire the high-level digital content and professional communication skill-sets that are so necessary to
This course is offered at the Parramatta City campus.
The Master of Creative Industries offers a unique opportunity to acquire the high-level digital content and professional communication skill-sets that are so necessary to prosper in the contemporary media landscape. Media professionals are now required to understand and connect with their audiences across broadcast, online, mobile and other channels and to integrate new platforms and social media into their mix. This course is designed for media, marketing and creative professionals wishing to substantially reorient, enhance or develop their current skills and research capacities, to respond to the challenges and opportunities of convergent media....
Australia, Sydney, Bankstown, Campbelltown, Gunderman, Blacktown, Rydalmere, Penrith+ 4 More
The MCI aims to build on your creative networks, strengthen your knowledge of applied creative research, critical thinking and to extend your practice with supervisory gu
The MCI aims to build on your creative networks, strengthen your knowledge of applied creative research, critical thinking and to extend your practice with supervisory guidance from experts in your field. These skills are vital to succeed within the competitive creative industries – enrol with us to get ahead, and stay ahead.
The Master of Creative Industries curriculum model is based upon three thematic streams. These are (1) Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation (2), Applied Research and (3) Creative Practice
There are three embedded exit points for the MCI, which are:
Graduate Certificate of Creative Industries – Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation (one semester/48 Credit Points)
Graduate Diploma of Creative Industries – Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation and Applied Research (two semesters/96 Credit Points)
Master of Creative Industries – all streams (three semesters/144 Credit Points)
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