Singapore television and video production course : Schools of Humanities, Social Sciences and Music : The University of Western Australia

Schools of Humanities, Social Sciences and Music

Singapore television and video production course

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The COMM3901 Television and Video Production unit offers students an intensive three-week course in video production and television studio work, using state of the art facilities at Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore. 

Students experience filming at TemasekHands-on workshops will be conducted in an environment equipped with the apparatus utilised in professional video and television production contexts. Students’ learning will be facilitated by lectures, interactive workshops and supervised team-work projects, underpinned by reference to text-based study materials.  Additionally, the unit will foster cross-cultural communication and generic skills such as team-work, problem-solving and time-management.

The unit is worth 6-points, and there is a quota of 24 students per year.  The primary factors that will be considered are: closeness to completion of the degree; academic record in Communication and Media Studies; evidence of successful participation in collaborative project work.  You must have completed the prerequisites: COMM2001 and COMM2002.

Contact the unit coordinator for further details: Dr David Savat

Students in Temasek studio

Student testimonials

Mark Wilson“Not only did we get invaluable experience in using film and television equipment, including a tv studio, but exploring Singapore was also heaps of fun. I highly recommend it to anyone who's interested!”

Glenn Bryant:  “Television & Video Production provided me with the rare opportunity to work in a real-life television studio, delivering a unique and unforgettable experience that I will always greatly appreciate.”




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