About the course
Conestogas Broadcasting - Television and Independent Production program recognizes the increasing importance of independent production in video content creation while maintaining the high quality standards demanded in the broadcast arena. Students who are passionate for the art of visual storytelling through film and video will learn to write, shoot, edit, and perform on camera. Storytelling is enhanced through lighting, sound design, and post-production finishing, using industry-standard software to edit, composite, animate motion-graphics, and colour grade. Students work individually, and in both small and large crews. They learn to market themselves and their productions through the web and social media. In the final semester, students have the opportunity to secure an industry placement and to choose from a number of program specializations, including short narrative film, sports mobile, freelance video, and series development. (Program specialization options are subject to minimum enrolments each year).
Intake Months
JANUARY
Delivery Locations
C76389
Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Duration
2 Years
Post study visa
3 Years
English language requirements
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6.5
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80
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53-57
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Conestoga College

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Conestoga is a leader in polytechnic education and one of Ontarios fastest growing colleges, delivering a full range of career-focused education, training and applied research programs to prepare students for success in the new knowledge economy and promote economic prosperity throughout our region and across Ontario. Established in 1967, Conestoga now serves approximately 16,500 full-time students through campuses and training centres in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Stratford, Ingersoll and Brantford and is a provincial leader in apprenticeship training. Continuing education programs attract more than 38,000 enrolments each year.
Conestoga delivers more than 200 career-focused programs, and has more degree offerings than any other college outside of the GTA, including Ontario’s only college-based, accredited engineering degrees. Conestoga College operates a number of child care centres throughout Waterloo Region that offer quality early learning and care for children and function as lab schools for post-secondary college programs. The program of each child care centre is guided by the philosophy taught to the Early Childhood education students. It has been developed using a thoughtfully constructed curriculum design that draws upon evidence-based research in the fields of early learning and care. Labs equipped with the latest technology, project-based courses, field and clinical experiences, international exchange, applied research and co-op opportunities engage students as they learn to connect theory, research and practice.
Student Engagement (formerly known as Student Life) recognizes each students potential to develop, both personally and professionally, while at college. Conestoga Colleges Co-Curricular Record (CCR) enhances student growth and development. The CCR is an official document, complementary to students’ academic transcript, which recognizes and records learning that student have achieved through approved co-curricular experiences at Conestoga College. Doon (Kitchener) is Conestoga’s original and largest campus, located just off the 401 at the Homer Watson Blvd. interchange.
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Doon Campus (Kitchener) - Conestoga College of Applied Arts And Technology

299 Doon Valley Drive, Kitchener, Ontario, N2G 4M4

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Doon Campus is the main campus for Conestoga College. It is located at the south end of Kitchener and houses the central administration offices as well as the majority of courses offered by the college