Combine multi-disciplinary creative studies with business know-how.

Integrate your natural creativity with in-demand business skills through SAE’s Creative Industries courses. Make your dream career a reality.

Start by choosing your unique interest area to make this course your own. You’ll have the opportunity to study specialisations including Audio Engineering, Film Production, Design or Games, and Animation.

Whichever path you choose, experience state-of-the-art tech and tools to learn the ins and outs of your specialty. During this course, you will build a real-world portfolio of work to show the industry what you’re made of.

Alongside learning the creative tricks of the trade, master the entrepreneurial skills it takes to become a trailblazer in the creative world.

Learn business fundamentals including communication, project management, copyright, and more. Explore cutting-edge technology used for virtual and hybrid events, Augmented Reality and projection mapping.

Receive expert mentorship from those who have worked in the Creative Industries and know what it takes to succeed. Small class sizes combined with collaborative online study allow you to take advantage of your teacher’s knowledge and ensure you get the support you deserve.

Your artistic talents might get you noticed in this industry, but business know-how will take you to the top!


Career opportunities

  • Multimedia Entrepreneurs
  • Digital Content Producer
  • Arts Administrator
  • Creative Events Producer
  • Creative Media Marketing and Events Coordinator
  • Content Strategist
  • Industry Researcher
  • Multimedia Production
  • Film Production
  • Audio Engineer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Games Designer
  • Music Producer


Tools & Software

What you'll learn

Entrepreneurship Creative Problem Solving Industry communication techniques Project management strategies Remote collaboration Copyright, ownership and distribution Multimedia development and production Research Interdisciplinary project design

Is Creative Industries for you?

We have outlined some considerations and suitability recommendations to consider before you study Creative Industries at SAE.

  • a strong sense of creativity and imagination
  • a willingness and ability to collaborate effectively with people from diverse backgrounds, including industry practitioners
  • have technical, computer and software skills
  • have critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • adaptability to changing technologies and industry trends
  • possess an interest in the societal, ethical and cultural factors influencing creative industries
  • a willingness to devote up to 10 hours per week for every 10 credit points you study. This will allow for scheduled classes, personal study and project work.
  • a keen interest in how creative media is made, published, distributed and consumed
  • a curiosity about the new and emerging ways in which we can share creative ideas
  • enthusiasm for the business of creative media creation, including project management, quality assurance, business and marketing.

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We're here to help

We understand the personal nature of the creative industries and we get hands on with you. Our state-of the-art studios and industry leading equipment will provide you access and exposure to discover your creative voice. Smaller, interactive classes help to cultivate exploration and opportunities for collaboration. Our network of creative practitioners are available in person and online.

You have access to one-on-one support to help you on outcome-focused learning and work practice. You’ll graduate with applied skills, hands-on confidence, and contemporary expertise that is industry recognised and highly sought-after.

If you would like to find out more, schedule a call back with an SAE course advisor.

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