Bachelor of Media Design

Media Design School

The Bachelor of Media Design is both theoretically rich and production-orientated. It fosters a creative and hands-on culture of study designed to help students succeed in this exciting field. Media design is a highly competitive field, but also a very rewarding one to work in. This program offers budding designers the opportunity to acquire a broad set of real-world skills, combining specialist knowledge with technical prowess to produce graduates that are dynamic and employable. Students will learn how to adapt to different environments by working both individually and collaboratively on creative projects that reflect industry processes.

Course Fee:

Australian: $67,500

Entry Requirements:

Evidence of Creative Abilities - Portfolios must show an applicant's creative potential and ability. All applicants must submit a portfolio of representative samples even if they have not had formal training in art and design. A good portfolio may contain a variety of work: sketches, drawings, painting mixed media, multimedia, photography, sculpture etc. For international applications IELTS 6.0 with no skills band less than 5.5.


Level 100 8 core subjects Level 200 7 core subject + 1 elective subject; Level 300 7 core subjects + 1 elective subject

Subjects you can Study:

Media design

Accepts International Students:


Provider CRICOS: 03389E

Related Careers:

Multimedia Developer,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Adelaide No info No Full time 3 years

Media Design School, New Zealand’s most awarded tertiary institution for digital and creative technology qualifications, is now in Australia, thanks to the collaboration with Torrens University Australia. As pioneers in the creative technology education sector, Media Design School was the first tertiary institution in the Southern Hemisphere to offer a dedicated program in 3D animation using industry-standard computer graphics software and also the first to provide a specialised gaming course for aspirational game developers. In Australia, Media Design School has launched three bachelor degrees in Game Art, Game Programming and Media Design.

Both Torrens University Australia and Media Design School are part of Laureate International Universities, the largest network of universities and higher education institutions in the world. Currently, this network consists of over 70 institutions across 25 countries on all five continents with more than 1,000,000 students.

Industry interaction

Media Design School is one of the only schools in Australia to have partnered with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe’s Playstation First Academic Development Programme, giving students the opportunity to develop games for the Playstation platform.

Our approach to teaching and learning is aligned with industry expectations. Students are encouraged to collaborate, work to deadlines, maintain attendance levels and develop strong communication skills. This approach will equip our graduates to confidently enter the workplace as skilled professionals rather than technicians.


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