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If you can dream it, you can create it. Bring your ideas to life on the page, on the screen or in the speakers and turn your interest in design and digital media into an exciting career. The arts and entertainment sector is on the rise and great design will be in demand to support everything from the catwalk to the explosion of the games industry, Why not start your Design & Digital Media course today?
- This category covers everything from graphic design to interactive media and animation, fashion design to sound and film production.
- Enter the world of arts, design and entertainment working for a studio, print publisher, or games company—or emerge with the skills to work as a freelancer.
- Some Design & Digital media courses overlap, so let a CoursesNow consultant take you through the spectrum of options to lead you to your dream career.
Upon completion of the Design & Digital Media courses, graduates can choose to work on their own projects or secure entry-level roles in a variety of industries, including arts, design and entertainment agencies and studios, but also sectors such as business, publishing, and events.
Graduates will emerge with the essential skills to use the equipment and technology to turn a passion into a profession. Knowledge of industry standard software, technology or techniques is well regarded and can be the difference between securing a job and missing out. Working in a studio environment and acquiring valuable networking skills will also prepare graduates for future roles.
Design and digital media is an exciting, growing area with a variety of roles available outside the traditional arts, design and entertainment industry. Graduates will have the opportunity to work in-house or freelance on a project-by-project basis.
The two professional bodies that oversee the industries related to these Design & Digital Media courses are the Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) and Australian Interactive Media Industry Association (AIMIA); neither have certifications standards to join.