Course Details


Bachelor Degree

Study Load

Part Time

Study Mode

In Class

Course Location


Applications Close

Feb 12, 2024


1 year full-time; 2 years part-time

Griffith University

Bachelor of Animation (Honours)

The Bachelor of Animation (Honours) provides a fourth year of study for students who have completed a Bachelor of Animation (1179) or an equivalent undergraduate program. It is a full-time or part-time program that comprises a significant independent Animation research project to be completed under formal supervision. This project is driven by methodological and theoretical inquiry and complemented with an appropriate elective course.

As well as the opportunity for career and skill advancement, this Honours program creates a pathway for Animation students to move into research and higher degree studies – Master of Philosophy (5001), Master of Screen Production – Advanced Major (5736) or Doctor of Philosophy (6001).

Opportunities and experiences

As a Griffith Film School student, you’ll have access to an exciting calendar of on-campus exhibitions, guest lectures, masterclasses and artist talks from industry leaders.

Submit your work to film festivals or national and international competitions and take advantage of our wide network of industry contacts and successful alumni.

For more information, visit Griffith University

The University's Bachelor Honours Degree (AQF Level 8) Policy will apply. To be eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Animation (Honours) program, applicants must: - have achieved a grade point average of at least 5.0 in their undergraduate degree - have negotiated one supervisor who is available and willing to facilitate the student's requirements - confirm (prior to application) that their chosen project can be conducted within - the appropriate concentration area - that is, check the availability of resources, supervision etc - submit a proposal outlining the nature of the Research Project they wish to undertake - applicants are required to present a current folio of their most outstanding work.
Course Fee

$11,500 per year