新西兰国立南方理工学院/Southern Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Screen Arts
- 课程级别：学士学位/Bachelor's Degree（7级）
- 学费：$16,000 NZD Per Year
- Every candidate is required to pass 120 credits at Year One.
- Every candidate is required to pass 120 credits at Year Two.
- Every candidate is required to pass 120 credits at Year Three.
- 14 credits each, in three NZQA University Entrance approved subjects, and
- Literacy – 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading and 5 credits in writing, and
- Numeracy – 10 credits at Level 1 or above, made up of specified achievement standards through a range of subjects, or a package of three numeracy unit standards (26623, 26626, 26627 – all three required)
- IELTS test – Academic score of 6, with no band score lower than 5.5
- TOEFL Paper-based test (pBT) – Score of 550 (with an essay score of 5 TWE)
- TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT) – Score of 60 (with a writing score of 20)
- University of Cambridge English Examinations – FCE, or FCE for schools, or CAE, or CPE with a score of 169. No less than 162 in each skill
- NZCEL – Level 4 with the Academic endorsement
- Pearson Test of English (Academic) – PtoE (Academic) score of 50
- City & Guilds IESOL – B2 Communicator with a score of 66
- 授课校区：Southern Institute of Technology
Make your dream of a career in the creative sector a reality through inter-disciplinary study in film, animation and the visual arts.
The Bachelor of Screen Arts is a three year full-time programme intended for students interested in the exciting arena where creative arts meet digital technology. The programme has a core of subjects, which branches into two major strands - digital film (from script to finished product) and animation (limited only by your imagination).
The programme aims to provide solid technical skills while expanding creative skills adaptable to a rapidly changing industry. In 10 years time, the technology we use today will be obsolete, however skills in storytelling, character development, research and critical thinking, are enduring, irrespective of future technology.
A wide range of subjects are covered, including video production and editing, screenwriting, 2D and 3D animation, stop motion, motion graphics, and business and legal skills.
SIT’s screen arts students have access to industry standard cameras, computers and software (not just educational packages).
Another drawcard for our screen arts degree is the productive and supportive creative learning environment in which you will receive specialist advice and guidance from our dedicated and qualified staff.
Invercargill’s location is ideal as students get the opportunity to work with production companies in Queenstown and Dunedin. A very high percentage of our graduates are now employed in the industry, both in New Zealand and overseas.
When you complete the programme you will have the broad range of skills necessary for an industry that increasingly asks for people with a multidisciplinary approach. Depending on the specialisation chosen, you will be able to look for work in areas as diverse as video editing, screenwriting, directing, as well as other film/television production roles or numerous roles within the 3D animation, 2D animation and motion graphics industries. The real strength of the programme is that graduates will have had some experience in many of these areas, a quality that will become increasingly important as technologies converge.
The third year of the programme features a major project. For film students this may be a short film, while animation students will complete a major animation project of a similar scale and complexity
SIT often collaborates with industry. An example of this was the recent Disney film 'Petes Dragon' and the 'Goodbye Pork Pie" remake, where SIT had several student interns working, giving them the opportunity to gain valuable work experience in the film industry.
In order to be awarded the Bachelor of Screen Arts the student will have been credited with all required papers and electives as specified in the schedule of papers (360 credits).
The overall programme of study for every candidate requires 360 credits for successful completion of the degree.
Individual papers may have specific pre-requisites or other knowledge/skill requirements, which must be satisfied by all students.
Applicants under 20 years:
University Entrance - NCEA Level 3 - three subjects at Level 3, made up of:
Applicants over 20 years:
Be at least 20 years of age when the programme begins and provide evidence of aptitude or appropriate work or other experience; or completion of an external or overseas qualification, which is considered to be the equivalent of any of the above qualifications, as approved by the head of faculty.
Applicants are required to submit a portfolio of their work with their application.
English Language requirements
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