The History of Australian Film, Television and Radio School
The Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) is Australia's national screen arts and broadcast school. The school is an Australian Commonwealth government statutory authority. It is a member of the "Australian Roundtable for Arts Training Excellence". AFTRS focus is to advance the success of Australia's screen arts and broadcast industries by developing the skills and knowledge of talented individuals and undertaking research.
- Master of Arts Screen
- Master of Arts Screen: Business and Leadership
- Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production
- Graduate Diploma in Radio
Life in Australian Film, Television and Radio School
Australian Film, Television and Radio School is the nation’s premier screen arts and broadcast school – the only Australian education institution to consistently make The Hollywood Reporter‘s prestigious annual list of the top film schools in the world. We empower Australian talent to shape and share their stories with the world by delivering the most future-focused education, research and training.
The Eligibility for admission in Australian Film, Television and Radio School, Australia is Based on entrance examinations , students' past academic record and grades , English language requirement.
Notable alumni include Jane Campion, Gillian Armstrong, Chris Noonan, Rachel Perkins, Cate Shortland, Warwick Thornton, Andrew Lesnie, Dion Bebe, David White, Jacquelin Perske, Larissa Behrendt, Margaret Sixel, Nick Meyers, Annie Beauchamp, Antony Partos, Chloe Rickard, Patrick Clair and Sejong Park.
The total number of students enrolled in Australian Film, Television and Radio School is 1000.