Ignite your creativity while discovering the many exciting careers open to you in visual imaging. UCOL’s three year Bachelor of Applied Visual Imaging (BAVI) will give you all the necessary industry-ready skills for this vast field in photography, design, moving image, illustration and visual journalism. BAVI sits within UCOL’s school of Photography, Arts and Design (SPAD).
The programme will introduce you to a wide range of knowledge in the first year where you’ll discover your true creative and technical abilities so that you can then focus on one discipline for your final year.
The programme is industry focused and flexible, allowing you to fine tune your career opportunities by choosing your own mixture of subjects, and even exiting with either a Certificate or Diploma after year one or two.
BAVI Graduate Michael Watson already has a video production internship in San Francisco on his C.V. He was selected to travel to the renowned production studio Lobitos Creek Ranch at the beginning of January 2013 for a nine week visit. The internship is an ongoing part of the BAVI programme.
“It was a once in a lifetime opportunity. I love all aspects of film making but post-production is my passion. It would be great to work with the big boys at a huge production company like Industrial Light and Magic or Dreamworks”
- Michael Watson, BAVI Graduate.
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Bachelor of Applied Visual Imaging - Level 7
Study Options / Duration
Full-time and part-time options available
Domestic $6,565.86 per yearInternational $18,060 per year
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