SATURDAY 12 AUGUST 2017, 10AM - 3PM
Find out how to start and progress your career in the screen and broadcast industries with the Australian Film Television and Radio School.
This is a great opportunity to see our state-of-the-art facilities, meet our professional tutors, learn about our undergraduate and postgraduate courses and see for yourself why AFTRS is the #1 film, TV and radio school in Australia.
THINGS TO SEE & DO
- Find out about the courses we have on offer
- See our state-of-the-art film, TV and radio studios in action
- Speak to the industry experts who make up our tutoring staff
- Get valuable tips on putting together your application which is merit selected (no ATAR required)
- Find out about FEE-HELP and other support for students
- Experience some taster sessions
WHERE WE ARE
Australian Film Television and Radio School
Building 130, The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park, Sydney NSW 2021
If you need help call us on 02 9805 6611.
IF YOU CAN'T MAKE IT
POSTGRADUATE INFO EVENING
WEDNESDAY 30 AUGUST. 6PM-8PM
Come along to our Postgraduate Information Evening to discover how AFTRS' postgraduate courses are designed to nurture the next generation of visionary screen storytellers who can work at the highest level of Australian screen culture.
Throughout the year we will be attending the following Career Fairs:
- Tertiary Studies & Careers Expo: Adelaide [9-10 April]
- Sutherland Shire Uni Info Day [27 April]
- VCE and Careers Expo: Melbourne [4-7 May]
- Illawarra Schools Careers Expo [9-10 May]
- Newcastle Lake Macquarie Career & Training Expo [18 May]
- Hunter Valley Career Expo [19 May]
- Central Coast Career Pathway [June]
- HSC and Careers Expo: Sydney [1-4 June]
- Western Sydney Careers Expo [22-25 June]
- Tertiary Studies Expo (TSXPO): Brisbane [15-16 July]
- SMPTE: Sydney [18-21 July]
- Careers Xpo: Canberra [2-3 August]
If you would like to see our facilities but can't make it to Open Day or our Postgraduate Information Evening, we offer regular guided tours for individuals and groups.
Every Wednesday at 10AM
Get more information about Guided Tours
The Australian Film Television Radio and School would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, on whose land we meet, work, study and teach. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all nations of this land.