September 02, 2015

University of South Australia - Australia

Exciting new opportunity for students who want a career in the film industry

Our Bachelor of Media Arts ‘Media Industry Placement’ with Rising Sun Pictures (RSP) is the perfect platform for students who want a career in the film industry. RSP is a world renowned visual effects studio, with major clients including film studios and independent producers from around the world. The Adelaide based studio has created thousands of visual effects for over 100 films. RSP was recently nominated for an Academy Award for their work on the film X-Men: Days of Future Past.

The ‘Media Industry Placement’ with RSP is a full time 18 unit course over a 10 week period, taught by RSP staff. The placement will provide final year students with hands-on training in core skills required by entry level visual effects artists. Students will gain practical insights into career strategies and employment prospects. 

In the placement, students will gain exposure to professional production practices and work with industry standard software tools under the supervision of experienced visual effects artists. The course will comprise a series of lectures, workshops and presentations focusing on core visual effects skills in the software package Houdini, including fluid dynamics, particle simulations, hair and fur simulations, explosions, and fire effects. Students will learn while working in a simulated production environment within RSP's studio.
Students interested in the placement are required to submit a portfolio of relevant work and sit an interview. Assessment for entry is based on their portfolio, GPA and performance in the interview. The process is competitive and the places are limited. 

UniSA Business School named one of world’s best

The University of South Australia Business School has been awarded an overall five star rating in the 2015 QS Stars Business School rankings. The prestigious international rating places the UniSA Business School in the top one per cent of Business Schools in the world.
In addition to the overall five star rating, UniSA Business School also received five stars in the following five categories:
  • Teaching and Student Quality
  • Internationalisation and Diversity 
  • Facilities 
  • Engagement
  • Program Strength: Master of Business Administration (MBA).
The QS Stars Business School rankings made special mention of the UniSA Business School for showing excellent performance in establishing academic partnerships with other Business Schools around the world and in having a good proportion of international faculty staff.

New 2016 business programs
Two new integrated business programs will be available in 2016 and will provide students with a solid foundation in key business disciplines through industry engagement. The two new programs are as follows:

The students will learn how to navigate the business challenges such as operating across different socio-economic and institutional environments, working with state-owned enterprises and many and varied political systems. Students will have the opportunity to embed a student exchange experience, an internship or mentoring in the program.

This specialisation equips students with the knowledge and skills to develop strategic information systems and processes that align to an organisation’s business needs. Students will learn how to plan, form and apply IT solutions to respond to business problems and gain expertise in areas such as accounting, economics and marketing. An internship is also available in this program and students will graduate with the knowledge and confidence to succeed as a business professional in IT.
New Master of Engineering specialization for 2016
Starting in 2016, the Master of Engineering LMCL will offer three specializations:


For more information, please contact/visit your nearest JM Office today
                  
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