Bachelor of Creative Industries (2022)

Introduction to the Bachelor of Creative Industries

Creative Industries faculty member Dean Brough introduces you to the Bachelor of Creative Industries. Learn more about what this course offers you.

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Student showcase highlights

Explore the imagination of our Bachelor of Creative Industries graduates, as they work together to produce experiential prototypes at the nexus of art, technology and science.

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On-the-job learning

Film making, digital marketing, branding...it’s all part of QUT Creative Industries student Felicity’s on-the-job degree learning at radio station 96five.

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Real-world projects

Our Bachelor of Creative Industries students worked together to create exciting ideas for a Brisbane creative site, and pitched to an industry partner, Economic Development Queensland.

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From creative industries to 'Girl Geeks'

Girl Geek Academy Co-Founders Sarah Moran and Lisy Kane are on a mission to improve gender equality in tech start-ups and the gaming industry.

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Business skills for the creative world

Dead Puppet Society fuses traditional and modern creating deeply imaginative theatre where old school meets the modern. Pioneered by QUT alumni David Moreton and Nicholas Paine, DPS is a production house and design company that divides it’s time between Brisbane and New York City.

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Introduction to the Bachelor of Creative Industries

Creative Industries faculty member Dean Brough introduces you to the Bachelor of Creative Industries. Learn more about what this course offers you.

Watch video

Student showcase highlights

Explore the imagination of our Bachelor of Creative Industries graduates, as they work together to produce experiential prototypes at the nexus of art, technology and science.

Watch video

On-the-job learning

Film making, digital marketing, branding...it’s all part of QUT Creative Industries student Felicity’s on-the-job degree learning at radio station 96five.

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Real-world projects

Our Bachelor of Creative Industries students worked together to create exciting ideas for a Brisbane creative site, and pitched to an industry partner, Economic Development Queensland.

Watch video

From creative industries to 'Girl Geeks'

Girl Geek Academy Co-Founders Sarah Moran and Lisy Kane are on a mission to improve gender equality in tech start-ups and the gaming industry.

Watch video

Business skills for the creative world

Dead Puppet Society fuses traditional and modern creating deeply imaginative theatre where old school meets the modern. Pioneered by QUT alumni David Moreton and Nicholas Paine, DPS is a production house and design company that divides it’s time between Brisbane and New York City.

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Why choose this course?

Problem solving, critical thinking and innovation are now the top three skills employers look for and these vital skills can be applied to a wide range of commercial organisations.The first degree of its kind, our Bachelor of Creative Industries (BCI) allows you to develop your own creative niche by providing diverse knowledge, creativity and practical skills across a range of selected creative disciplines.

The Bachelor of Creative Industries can help you to develop your own creative niche across a range of majors, with the agility you need to keep creating, adapting and innovating as the world continues to evolve.

Real-world learning

You’ll be prepared for the realworld with studio-based learning, skills inentrepreneurship, real industry challenges,work integrated learning (WIL) opportunitiesand links to creative start-ups. With a focus on transferable skills in enterprise and entrepreneurship, working on projects with industry partners like the World Science Festival,Brisbane Open House,Beyond Zero Emissions,Starlight Children's Foundation Australia and Australian Parents for Climate Action in acommon final year capstone experience, you’ll have a head start to succeed in a career with flexibility.

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What to expect

You can’t pigeon-hole creativity. That’s why QUT has designed a degree that combines a range of interdisciplinary skills. The Bachelor of Creative Industries lets you dive into a melting pot of amazing possibilities and absorb the aspects of creativity that are right for you. It sets you up with skills and experiences to create your own opportunities and career outcomes in the creative sector and beyond.

Flexible delivery

The course offers flexibility by allowing you tochoose a combination of study areas to suityour individual creative interests and careeraspirations.

Early in your degree, you’ll choose introductory units that will help you experience your preferred majors or explore Indigenous perspectives. Using this experience, you then decide upon a Bachelor of Creative Industries major from:

  • creative and professional writing
  • drama and performance
  • entertainment
  • fashion communication
  • interactive and visual design
  • media and communication
  • music and sound
  • screen content production

To complement your chosenmajor, you may select a second major. All the primary majors listed above can be studied as second majors as well as animation, architectural studies, art and design history, industrial design studies, interiors, journalism,landscape design or visual communication.

Alternatively, you can add minors electives from across QUT (such as advertising,entrepreneurship, integrated marketing communication, marketing, online environments or public relations) to your chosen major to develop a wide breath of knowledge across several discipline areas.

Flexible delivery

The course offers flexibility by allowing you tochoose a combination of study areas to suityour individual creative interests and careeraspirations.

Early in your degree, you’ll choose introductory units that will help you experience your preferred majors or explore Indigenous perspectives. Using this experience, you then decide upon a Bachelor of Creative Industries major from:

  • creative and professional writing
  • drama and performance
  • entertainment
  • fashion communication
  • interactive and visual design
  • media and communication
  • music and sound
  • screen content production

To complement your chosenmajor, you may select a second majorfrom creative industries(all the primary majors listed above can be studied as second majors as well as animation, architectural studies, art and design history, industrial design studies, interiors, journalism,landscape design or visual communication).

Alternatively, you can add minors electives from across QUT (such as advertising,entrepreneurship, integrated marketing communication, marketing, online environments or public relations) to your chosen major to develop a wide breath of knowledge across several discipline areas.

Double degrees

Combine two bachelor degrees into a single course of study. A double degree allows you to specialise in two fields and pursue different interest areas, gaining a broader range of skills and knowledge, and giving you a competitive advantage and greater career flexibility. This is a popular option for students seeking careers in support roles within the creative industries, or those wanting to work in creative, design or communication roles within other industries.

Consider a double degree with Creative Industries in:

  • Business to gain knowledge and skills to add business acumen to creative endeavours, and creative flair to traditional organisations. Careers include entertainment industries producer, events manager, creative entrepreneur or social media marketer.
  • Law where your creative industries and legal qualifications position you for a career as an in-house lawyer for cultural institutions, government or regulatory bodies, or as a lawyer with special interests in creative industries.
  • Human Services (Health) and use your expertise in careers in youth arts, disability arts, rehabilitation in corrective services, or community and cultural development.
  • Information Technology merging your creative and imaginative skills with sophisticated and innovative critical thinking will give you opportunities in content production, communications, graphic design and games development.
  • Data Science to use knowledge of data science tools and techniques to develop your own creative entrepreneurial niche.

Careers and outcomes

Careers and outcomes

This course equips you with the creative skills, knowledge and connections to pursue a career in the creative industries and beyond. Some career options are:

  • events and festivals coordinator/producer—an entertainment major with additional studies in film, entrepreneurship, public relations, or tourism and entertainment marketing
  • digital communicator—majors in interactive and visual design, and advertising, or media and communication
  • fashion marketer—a major in fashion communication with additional studies in media and communication, digital media, marketing or public relations
  • media producer—a major in media and communication with additional studies in digital media, entertainment, management or interactive and visual design
  • qualified teacher—studies in dance; drama; film, television and screen; music; visual arts; combined with a Master of Teaching.

Possible careers

  • Branding Specialist
  • Campaign Manager
  • Communication Strategist
  • Creative Entrepreneur
  • Creative Writer
  • Digital Communication Specialist
  • Digital Content Producer
  • Drama Teacher
  • Entertainment Entrepreneur
  • Events and Festivals Coordinator
  • Fashion Marketer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Media Producer
  • Media or Communications Adviser
  • Multimedia Designer
  • Music Agent
  • Music Publisher
  • Organisational Communication Specialist
  • Publicist
  • Stage Manager
  • Theatre Professionals
  • Web Designer

Details and units

Your course

The core of the program centres on Creative Enterprise studios that offer authentic, problem-based activities, coupled with work integrated learning, skills in entrepreneurship and commercial links that engage in creative start-ups. Early in your degree, you choose 24 credit points of introductory units to experience your preferred majors, with the option to undertake defined breadth units in other relevant areas. Using this experience, you then decide upon a creative industries major, and from there you may select a second major to develop a significant depth of knowledge and skill in two discipline areas. Alternatively, you might prefer to develop a wide breath of knowledge across several discipline areas by adding minors and unit options (electives) to your chosen creative industries major.

To meet the course requirements of the Bachelor of Creative Industries, you must complete:

  • Core units - 72 credit points
  • Creative Industries introductory units - 24 credit points
  • A Creative Industries major - 96 credit points from one of the specified majors including: Creative and Professional Writing; Media and Communication; Drama and Performance; Entertainment; Fashion Communication; Interactive and Visual Design; Music and Sound; and Screen Content Production.
  • Complementary studies - one 96 credit point second major, or two 48 credit point minors, or one 48 credit pointminor and four unit options (electives).

Please note:

  • Online units may require participation in online activities scheduled Monday to Friday, 8am to 10pm Australian Eastern Standard time.
  • Notall units are available via the online mode.
  • Students with advanced standing may not be able to complete via the online mode until end 2022.

Study overseas

Study overseas while earning credit towards your QUT creative industries degree with one of our worldwide exchange partners.

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Overseas study can be for one or two semesters (or during the semester break) and the units you take can be in a creative or non-creative discipline area, depending on how they match with your QUT course. Saving your electives for exchange will allow you the most flexibility.

Your course

The core of the program centres on Creative Enterprise studios that offer authentic, problem-based activities, coupled with work integrated learning, skills in entrepreneurship and commercial links that engage in creative start-ups. Early in your degree, you choose 24 credit points of introductory units to experience your preferred majors, with the option to undertake defined breadth units in other relevant areas. Using this experience, you then decide upon a creative industries major, and from there you may select a second major to develop a significant depth of knowledge and skill in two discipline areas. Alternatively, you might prefer to develop a wide breath of knowledge across several discipline areas by adding minors and unit options (electives) to your chosen creative industries major.

To meet the course requirements of the Bachelor of Creative Industries, you must complete:

  • Core units - 72 credit points
  • Creative Industries introductory units - 24 credit points
  • A Creative Industries major - 96 credit points from one of the specified majors including: Creative and Professional Writing; Media and Communication; Drama and Performance; Entertainment; Fashion Communication; Interactive and Visual Design; Music and Sound; and Screen Content Production.
  • Complementary studies - one 96 credit point second major, or two 48 credit point minors, or one 48 credit point minor and four unit options (electives).

Study overseas

Study overseas while earning credit towards your QUT creative industries degree with one of our worldwide exchange partners.

Overseas study can be for one or two semesters (or during the semester break) and the units you take can be in a creative or non-creative discipline area, depending on how they match with your QUT course. Saving your electives for exchange will allow you the most flexibility.

Requirements

ATAR/selection rank threshold
70.00

These thresholds are the lowest adjusted scores to which QUT made an offer in Semester 1, 2022.

Don't have a ATAR/selection rank?

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Course code
KK43
QTAC code
421192
CRICOS code
056186M
Delivery
  • Online
  • Kelvin Grove
Delivery
  • Kelvin Grove
Duration
3 years full-time
Duration
3 years full-time
Entry
February and July
Entry
February and July
Deferment

You can defer your offer and postpone the start of your course for one year.

Assumed knowledge

Before you start this course, we assume you have sound knowledge of the subject/s listed below. If you don't have the subject knowledge, you can still apply for the course but we strongly encourage you to undertake bridging studies to gain the knowledge:

  • English, or Literature, or English and Literature Extension, or English as an Additional Language (Units 3 & 4, C)

More about assumed knowledge

Year 12 early offer scheme

If you're a current Queensland Year 12 student, you may be eligible to receive an offer for this course on the last day of Queensland Year 12, before receiving your ATAR or selection rank.

Find out more about the QUT Year 12 Early Offer Scheme

Helping you to get into your course

If you don't think your ATAR or selection rank is high enough to get into this course, you can guarantee your entry with guaranteed advanced standing by upgrading through one the following programs which you can select as one of your QTAC preferences:

QUT College Diploma in Esports

QUT College Diploma in Business graduates will automatically receive an offer to start the Bachelor of Business within three weeks after completion of the diploma. You will also automatically receive 1 year (96 credit points) credit transfer and be able to complete the degree in 2 years as a full-time student (or equivalent part-time).

Find out more about the QUT College Diploma in Esports

QUT College Diploma in Entrepreneurship (subject to final approval)

QUT College Diploma in Entrepreneurship (subject to final approval) graduates will automatically receive an offer to start the Bachelor of Business within three weeks after completion of the diploma. You will also automatically receive 1 year (96 credit points) credit transfer and be able to complete the degree in 2 years as a full-time student (or equivalent part-time).

Offer guarantee

If you achieve an ATAR or selection rank of 87.00 or higher (including any adjustments) and satisfy all other admission requirements, you are guaranteed an offer for this course.

Advanced standing

If you have prior studies or work experience, you may be eligible for advanced standing (credit). You can apply for advanced standing once you've been accepted to QUT. If you're in your first semester of study, you must apply for advanced standing within 10 days of receiving your offer.

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Deferment

You can defer your offer and postpone the start of your course for one year.

More about deferring your offer

Adjustments to your ATAR/selection rank

Any adjustments you receive to your ATAR or selection rank will be applied to this course.

Find out if you’re eligible for an adjustment to your ATAR or selection rank

Offers we made to school leavers in Semester 1, 2022

The figures listed in the tables below reflect the offers that were made to recent ATAR students. The entry thresholds box at the top of this page shows the lowest adjusted ATAR/selection rank required to receive an offer for all applicants for the most recent January QTAC offer round.

Excluding adjustments Including adjustments
Highest ATAR/selection rank
to receive an offer

Selection rank 99.10

Selection rank 99.95

Median ATAR/selection rank
to receive an offer

Selection rank 77.95

Selection rank 79.15

Lowest ATAR/selection rank
to receive an offer

Selection rank 66.35

Selection rank 70.35

You can find out more about your fellow students’ backgrounds with this course’s student profile.

Other admission options

If you are of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, you may be eligible for admission through our Centralised Assessment Selection Process (CASP).

Select the country where you completed your studies to see a guide to the grades you need to apply for this course.

If your country or qualification is not listed, you can still apply for this course and we will assess your eligibility.

I completed secondary school in Australia

ATAR/selection rank
70.00
Offer guarantee

If you completed secondary school in Australia and achieve an ATAR/selection rank of 87.00 or higher (including any adjustments) and satisfy all other admission requirements, you are guaranteed an offer for this course.

Minimum English language requirements

Select the country where you completed your studies to see a guide on meeting QUT’s English language requirements.

Your scores and prior qualifications in English-speaking countries are considered. Approved English-speaking countries are Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa, United States of America and Wales.

If your country or qualification is not listed, you can still apply for this course and we will assess your eligibility.

We accept English language proficiency scores from the following tests. Tests must be taken no more than 2 years prior to the QUT course commencement.

English Test Overall Listening Reading Writing Speaking
PTE Academic/PTE Academic Online 58 50 50 50 50
Cambridge English Score
You must share your results with QUT through the Candidate Results Online website.
176 169 169 169 169
IELTS Academic / IELTS Online 6.5 6 6 6 6
TOEFL iBT / Home / Paper 79 16 16 21 18

Don't have the English language score you need? We can help!

We offer English language programs to improve your English and help you gain entry to this course.

When you apply for this course, we will recommend which English course you should enrol in.

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Fees

Your actual fees may vary depending on which units you choose. We review fees annually, and they may be subject to increases.

2023 fees

2023: To Be Announced

Additional Costs

There are requirements that you will need to meet as a student in this course. (Screen Content Productionstudents only). Information is available from the Additional course requirements and costs website.

2023 fees

2023: $32,300 per year full-time (96 credit points)

Additional Costs

There are requirements that you will need to meet as a student in this course. (Screen Content Productionstudents only). Information is available from the Additional course requirements and costs website.

Student services and amenities fees

You may need to pay student services and amenities (SA) fees as part of your course costs.

Find out more about undergraduate course fees

HECS-HELP: loans to help you pay for your course fees

You may not have to pay anything upfront if you're eligible for a HECS-HELP loan.

Find out more about government loans

Scholarships

You can apply for scholarships to help you with study and living costs.

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QUT Excellence Scholarship (Academic)

QUT's premier offering for students with outstanding academic achievement.

Scholarship eligibility
Academic performance

Equity scholarships scheme

Scholarship eligibility
Struggling financially

QUT Elite Sport Scholarship

Scholarship eligibility
Sporting excellence

You may also be eligible for

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FAQs

What do you study in Creative Industries? ›

In the Creative Industries component you will combine a core of entrepreneurship with major studies including culture and society, creative writing, design, enterprise innovation, journalism, literature, media arts, music performance and photo media.

What is bachelor of arts in Creative Industries? ›

The Bachelor of Arts in Creative Industries is a four-year degree that blends the fundamentals of a business program with courses in media business, design, and communication, to help students become the creative leaders of tomorrow.

What are Creative Industries examples? ›

The creative industries – which include advertising, architecture, arts and crafts, design, fashion, film, video, photography, music, performing arts, publishing, research & development, software, computer games, electronic publishing, and TV/radio – are the lifeblood of the creative economy.

Which Canadian university offers Creative Industries? ›

Highlights. BA in Creative Industries is offered by Faculty of Communication & Design under Ryerson University, Canada.

Why should I study economics? ›

Economics helps you to think strategically and make decisions to optimise the outcome. Especially in demand are people who have studied Economics and Finance as they are particularly well-prepared for jobs in banking and the financial sector, such as in accountancy firms.

Why do people study economics? ›

The study of economics helps people understand the world around them. It enables people to understand people, businesses, markets and governments, and therefore better respond to the threats and opportunities that emerge when things change.

What is Bachelor screen media? ›

The Bachelor of Screen Media provides students with the tools and the know-how to make compelling, in-demand content crossing the spectrum of film, television, documentary, web series, video games and interactive experiences.

Does Bentley have graphic design? ›

This state-of-the-art facility is equipped with professional-grade software that supports graphic design, sound mixing, animation and DVD authoring.

What is a Bachelor's degree in science? ›

A Bachelor of Science (B.S.) is an undergraduate degree awarded to those who study mathematics or a natural science. Most Bachelor of Science degree programs require students to take between 120 and 133 semester hours, or between 40 and 42 classes. It usually takes students four years to earn a B.S. degree.

Why are creative industries important? ›

“The creative industries are critical to the sustainable development agenda. They stimulate innovation and diversification, are an important factor in the burgeoning services sector, support entrepreneurship, and contribute to cultural diversity,” she said.

What is the concept of creative industries? ›

Creative industries are those based on individual creativity, skill and talent, or which have the potential to create wealth and jobs through the development or production of intellectual property.

What is the largest creative industry? ›

Television and the visual arts make up the largest industries of the creative economy in terms of revenue, while visual arts and music are the largest industries in terms of employment.

What is creative industry management? ›

Sheridan's Creative Industries Management is a specialized eight-month program designed to prepare graduates as managers and entrepreneurs in the arts. With an understanding of management, financing and marketing you'll be ready for a career in film, television, video games and more.

What is managing the Creative Industries? ›

Management of Creative Industries teaches students how to understand and successfully manage businesses or institutions in industries such as arts, media, film, architecture, fashion, crafts, and others. You will become an expert in organisational development, innovation, communication, and creative processes.

Do you have to be smart to study economics? ›

Sure, you have to take a lot of math in college, but it's worth it when you go looking for your first job. “The economics major has a strength in finding work: everyone knows that you have to be smart to be an economics major.

How many hours do economics students study? ›

An economics major spent on average 14.4 hours per week studying.

Is an economics major hard? ›

Economics is a hard major. Economics is considered to be one of the most difficult commerce degrees. Economics is a mix of many subjects including mathematics, business, accounts, psychology and sociology. Other STEM majors such as engineering and mathematics are harder than economics.

Is economics a good career? ›

Yes, it is a good career. An economics graduate will have some unique and highly sought-after skills and in most cases, employment prospects are good. A lot of professionals in banking and accountancy hold economics degrees. For any career related to finance, an economics degree is a good foundation to build on.

What are two types of economics? ›

The two branches of economics are microeconomics and macroeconomics. Economics focuses on efficiency in production and exchange.

Is a economics degree good? ›

Is An Economics Degree Worth It? An economics degree opens the door to many career options and a high salary. The average economics degree job salary in 2019 was around $105,000 (USD). Additionally, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, opportunities and job outlook in this field have increased by about 8%.

What degree is best for film production? ›

Most producers and directors have bachelor's degrees in film and cinema, while others have degrees in related fields, such as acting, writing, or communications.

What is a degree in music called? ›

Bachelor of Music (BM or BMus) is an academic degree awarded by a college, university, or conservatory upon completion of a program of study in music.

What kind of film degrees are there? ›

What Types of Film Degrees Can I Earn? Undergraduates are usually awarded with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Film Studies. If you're interested in graduate programs, you can earn a Master of Arts (M.A.), Master of Fine Arts (MFA) or Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.

What is the easiest Bachelor of Science degree? ›

Psychology is commonly thought of as the easiest of the science majors thanks to its relative lack of complex math, although psych majors can still expect to do a fair amount of statistical analysis on their way to a degree.

Is Bachelor Science hard? ›

degree, is more difficult to earn than the Bachelor of Arts, or B.A. Depending on your major and what school you attend, the B.S. degree may be more or less challenging to complete than the B.A. Both degrees take about four years to complete and require anywhere from 120 to 180 course credit hours.

What is a better degree BA or BS? ›

A BA and a BS serve different purposes. Neither degree ranks as better than the other, but one might better suit specific career goals. For example, students interested in technical careers may need a BS for graduate school applications. In some majors, undergrads choose between a BA and a BS.

Who are involved in creative industries? ›

There are thirteen sub-sectors under the term 'creative industries' and these are: advertising; architecture; the art and antiques market; crafts; design; designer fashion; film and video; interactive leisure software; music; the performing arts; publishing; software and computer games; and television and radio.

When did creative industries start? ›

The formal origins of the concept of creative industries can be found in the decision in 1997 by the newly elected British Labour government headed by Tony Blair to establish a Creative Industries Task Force (CITF), as a central activity of its new Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

When did the creative industries begin? ›

The concept of creative industries was first documented in 1994 in Australia when the government released their new cultural policy “Creative nation”, designed to help Australia to embody new IT opportunities and the growing wave of global culture enabled by digital media.

What are the characteristics of the creative industries? ›

The creative industries use human creativity, skill and talent and therefore have intellectual capital as their primary production input (Throsby, 2001, DCMS, 1998). Their output is thereby perceived as highly differentiated and can be characterised as artistic, cultural or creative.

Is marketing a creative industry? ›

As of 2015 the DCMS definition recognizes nine creative sectors, namely: Advertising and marketing.

Is fashion a creative industry? ›

Creative industries: art, design, fashion and media.

What is the best career for a creative person? ›

Best careers for creative people
  • Journalist.
  • Illustrator.
  • Copywriter.
  • Interior designer.
  • Advertising manager.
  • Makeup artist.
  • Tattoo artist.
  • Marketing manager.

What percentage of jobs are creative industry? ›

The foundation Nesta measured employment in the creative economy in the United States and found a total of 10.3 million jobs3 or nearly 10 percent4 of total U.S. employment to be in the creative economy.

Is the creative industry growing? ›

Creative employment continues to grow faster than the workforce as a whole. Employment in the Creative Industries (Creative Economy) [3] grew by 3.2% (5.1%) between 2014 and 2015 and now accounts for 1.9 (2.9) million jobs. This is a 19.5% (19.6%) increase since 2011.

How many sectors of creative industry are there in Indonesia? ›

Indonesia's creative economy is very diverse and covers 16 different sub-sectors (see box).

What is arts and cultural management? ›

The Arts and Cultural Management program explores the tension between culture as an economic activity and culture as symbolic expression through four key themes – organisations, governance, identity and labour.

What are UK creative industries? ›

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) defines creative industries as “those industries which have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent and which have a potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property”.

What are cultural industries examples? ›

The following are illustrative examples of the culture industry.
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27 Examples of Culture Industry.
Affordable Luxury GoodsChain Hotels
Furniture (mass produced)Interior Design (mass produced)
Leisure GoodsMagazines
Manga & AnimeMedia
MoviesMusic Festivals
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What are cultural and creative industries? ›

The cultural and creative industries are: Those sectors of organized acfivity that have as their main objecfive the producfion or reproducfion, the promofion, distribufion or commercializafion of goods, services and acfivifies of content derived from cultural, arfisfic or heritage origins.

What are the characteristics of the creative industries? ›

The creative industries use human creativity, skill and talent and therefore have intellectual capital as their primary production input (Throsby, 2001, DCMS, 1998). Their output is thereby perceived as highly differentiated and can be characterised as artistic, cultural or creative.

What percentage of jobs are creative industry? ›

The foundation Nesta measured employment in the creative economy in the United States and found a total of 10.3 million jobs3 or nearly 10 percent4 of total U.S. employment to be in the creative economy.

How many people work in creative industries in London? ›

There were 622,600 jobs in London's creative industries in 2016, equivalent to 11.9 per cent of total jobs in the capital (compared to 4.9 per cent in the rest of the UK).

What is the best career for a creative person? ›

Best careers for creative people
  • Journalist.
  • Illustrator.
  • Copywriter.
  • Interior designer.
  • Advertising manager.
  • Makeup artist.
  • Tattoo artist.
  • Marketing manager.

Who controls the culture industry? ›

The Culture Industry is not ruled by people but by profit and the need to acquire a monopolistic position in order to acquire more profit. Marx's metaphor of an “engine” is an apt one in that it conjures up a sense of a force that no one controls or commands.

How does culture industry work? ›

Culture Industry refers to commercial and state-owned organisations in the arts and media committed to the direct production, sponsorship, display and distribution of cultural goods and services (such as exhibitions, sports events, books, newspapers and films).

What are cultural goods? ›

Cultural goods are objects which are considered of importance for archaeology, prehistory, history, literature, art or science and which are designated and protected as such by a country, as part of its cultural heritage.

This Diploma helps you meet the academic and English language requirements to enter your QUT Bachelor degree with up to one year of credit.

Provides pathway into Bachelor of Creative Industries, Bachelor of Communication, and a range of other Creative Industries programs.. Develop academic and English language skills for successful study in the Bachelor degree program.. Successful graduates will receive up to 1 year of credit for prior learning (advanced standing) towards their chosen Bachelor degree.. Studying Diploma in Creative Industries at the QUT College will fast-track your entry into the second year of QUT's Bachelor of Creative Industries (KK43) and Bachelor of Communication (KC40) .. The Diploma in Creative Industries is equivalent to the first year of QUT’s Bachelor of Creative Industries (KK43) and Bachelor of Communication (KC40) .. On completion of the Diploma with the required results, you will receive up to 1 year of advanced standing and guaranteed place in your chosen Bachelor degree program.. On completion with the required results, receive a guaranteed place in one of the approved QUT Creative Industries programs with up to 1 year of advanced standing.. successful completion of the Diploma in Creative Industries.. After successful completion of the Diploma in Creative Industries you are eligible for 96 credit points (one year) of advanced standing towards the following degree programs.. Select the country where you completed your studies to see a guide on meeting QUT’s English language requirements.. Your actual fees may vary depending on which units you choose.. Tell us about you. Tell us about you. Completed Year 12 or equivalent. Currently in Year 12. Currently in Year 11. Currently in Year 10. Currently in Year 9. Currently in Year 8. Currently in Year 7 or below. Studied at TAFE or have work experience. I have at least one university degree. I am an international student. By submitting this form, you understand that QUT is collecting your personal information.

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VSP501 Creative and Media Industries: Concepts and Histories (3 credits) VSP502 Media Industries Research: Production, Practice, Policy (3 credits) VSP503 Media Ethics (3 credits) VSP504 Creative and Media Industries in Hong Kong (3 credits). Graduation Requirements To qualify for the award of the Master of Arts in Creative and Media Industries offered by Lingnan University, students must, where applicable:. A student who fulfils all the requirements for graduation shall be awarded a Master of Arts in Creative and Media Industries degree with one of the following classifications:. Students will be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Creative and Media Industries if they complete no less than five courses with a minimum CGPA of 2.67, and do not continue in the programme.. The following regulations shall apply with effect in the Academic Year of 2021/22:. The Scholarship will be awarded to a maximum of 4 students in the MACMI Programme.. The selection panel is required to submit the nomination form and result to the PCC of the MACMI Programme for endorsement of the scholarship offer(s).

Dive in to the professional side of design, games, apps, videos, documentary, drama, film, television, online or other creative media.

Check the apply to start dates to see when you can begin your degree, then follow the four step application process.. Check the apply to start dates to see when you can begin your degree, then follow the four step application process.. Check the apply to start dates to see when you can begin your degree, then follow the four step application process.. Check the apply to start dates to see when you can begin your degree, then follow the four step application process.. Check the apply to start dates to see when you can begin your degree, then follow the four step application process.. Check the apply to start dates to see when you can begin your degree, then follow the four step application process.. Check the apply to start dates to see when you can begin your degree, then follow the four step application process.

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1. BACHELOR OF CREATIVE INDUSTRIES (BCI): NICOL SANERS-O'SHEA - ABOUT THE DEGREE
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2. Bachelor of Creative Industries | SAE Creative Media Institute
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3. Bachelor of Creative Arts (Non Dual Award) & Bachelor of Creative Industries Welcome Lecture
(Student Experience)
4. Danielle talks about Bachelor of Creative Industries
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5. Creative Industries at QUT
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6. Bachelor of Creative Industries at SAE
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