AFTRS Postgraduate Course Leader Susan Danta answers all your burning questions about the Master of Arts Screen (offered in 10 disciplines) and the Master of Arts Screen: Business and Leadership.
Applications for the 2020 intake close Monday 14 October. Find out more about the master of arts screen here.
0:17 What are the disciplines offered in the Master of Arts Screen?
0:34 What are you looking for in an application?
1:17 Do I have to choose a discipline when I’m applying?
1:37 What if I’m struggling to choose between two disciplines? Can I apply for one and then change half-way through the course?
2:24 How competitive is it to get in?
3:33 How much industry experience do I need?
3:58 Can I apply for a scholarship?
4:34 What does the selection process look like?
5:15 What’s the difference between Master of Arts Screen:Producing and the Master of Arts Screen: Business and Leadership (MASBL)?
6:03 Why should I choose AFTRS over other film schools?
7:08 What are the facilities and resources like?
7:40 How much access will I get to my mentor?
8:12 How small are your small classes?
9:03 What’s the breakdown between theory and practice in the course?
9:39 What’s the delivery of the course? How many days should I be expected to be studying each week?
10:10 What does the course actually look like in terms of classes?
11:00 What should we expect from our cohort?
11:46 Will I be given a budget or equipment for my final project?
12:52 Will I be able to make a feature film as part of the course?
13:38 What job opportunities will graduating from the course provide?
14:33 What are you doing to encourage women to join the industry?
15:26 How do I get in touch with one of the Heads of Discipline?
15:53 Is it possible to take a tour of the campus?
16:14 How can I find out if AFTRS is the right fit for me?