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Appendix

The raw data and a collection of female-focused content for further reading.

Graduate data

Note the following data is based on students that completed courses or degrees, not on enrolments.

Australian film television and radio School (AFTRS)

MASTER

Master of Arts Screen:
Business and Leadership/Screen Arts and Business
Male Female Other % of women
2015 4 6 60%
2017 4 7 64%
2018 5 2 29%
Master of Screen Arts Male Female Other % of women
2017 10 3 23%
Master of Arts Screen Male Female Other % of women
2018 14 12 46%

BACHELOR

Bachelor of Arts (Screen)/Screen: Production Male Female Other % of women
2017 52 32 38%
2018 52 25 32%

GRADUATE DIPLOMA

Graduate Diploma in Radio Male Female Other % of women
2016 9 6 40%
2017 5 5 50%
2018 8 5 38%
Graduate Diploma in Screen Business Male Female Other % of women
2015 4 2 33%

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE​

Graduate Certificate in Directing Male Female Other % of women
2016 4 4 50%
2017 10 4 29%
2018 9 4 31%
Graduate Certificate in Screen: Editing Male Female Other % of women
2016 8 3 27%
2017 2 6 75%
2018 4 2 33%
Graduate Certificate Screen: Cinematography Male Female Other % of women
2017 7 5 42%
2018 10 1 9%
Graduate Certificate Screen: Directing Male Female Other % of women
2017 10 4 29%
2018 9 4 31%
Graduate Certificate Screen: Documentary Male Female Other % of women
2017 1 8 89%
2018 2 5 71%
Graduate Certificate Screen: Music Male Female Other % of women
2017 0 5 100%
2018 3 3 1 43%
Graduate Certificate Screen: Creative Producing Male Female Other % of women
2017 2 7 78%
2018 2 4 67%
Graduate Certificate Screen: Screenwriting Male Female Other % of women
2017 5 6 55%
2018 7 6 46%
Graduate Certificate in Directing Fundamentals Male Female Other % of women
2016 11 6 35%
Graduate Certificate in Documentary Male Female Other % of women
2016 3 1 25%
Graduate Certificate in Screenwriting Male Female Other % of women
2016 6 10 63%
Graduate Certificate Screen: Business Male Female Other % of women
2017 1 1 50%

ADVANCED DIPLOMA​

Advanced Diploma in Music Scoring for the Screen Male Female Other % of women
2015 10 1 9%
2016 8 1 11%
Advanced Diploma in Producing: Story, Audience, Finance Male Female Other % of women
2015 5 10 67%
2016 8 11 58%
Advanced Diploma in Screenwriting: Feature Film Male Female Other % of women
2015 13 11 46%
2016 7 10 59%
2017 15 8 35%
2018 4 10 71%
Advanced Diploma in Screenwriting: Series Television Male Female Other % of women
2015 9 9 50%
2016 13 11 46%
2017 6 11 65%
2018 9 7 1 44%
Advanced Diploma in Radio/Radio Essentials Male Female Other % of women
2015 14 7 33%
2016 10 6 38%
2017 16 4 20%
2018 9 7 44%
Advanced Diploma in Script Editing and Development Male Female Other % of women
2017 4 8 67%
2018 4 6 60%
Advanced Diploma in Production Sound Male Female Other % of women
2017 4 8 67%
2018 4 6 60%
Advanced Diploma in Visual Effects/3D Animation & VFX Male Female Other % of women
2017 4 1 20%
2018 6 2 25%
Advanced Diploma in Cine Essentials Male Female Other % of women
2016 6 3 33%

DIPLOMA​

Diploma in Camera/Camera Fundamentals Male Female Other % of women
2015 16 10 38%
2016 19 12 39%
2017 20 16 44%
2018 13 7 35%
Diploma in Design/Design for the Screen/Screen Design Male Female Other % of women
2015 0 9 100%
2016 2 5 71%
2017 2 5 71%
2018 4 6 60%
Diploma in Editing/Editing Fundamentals Male Female Other % of women
2015 17 14 45%
2016 24 15 38%
2017 16 19 54%
Diploma in Digital Content (Radio) Male Female Other % of women
2015 3 6 67%
2016 1 7 88%
2017 2 3 60%
Diploma in Grading/Colour Grading Male Female Other % of women
2017 8 6 43%
2018 8 7 47%
Diploma in Sound Fundamentals Male Female Other % of women
2016 3 2 40%
Diploma in Visual Effects Fundamentals Male Female Other % of women
2016 0 5 100%
Diploma in Production Accounting Male Female Other % of women
2017 3 5 63%
Diploma in Production Management Male Female Other % of women
2017 6 13 63%

Griffith Film School (GFS)

MASTER

Master of Screen Production Male Female Other % of women
2015 8 3 27%
2016 9 9 50%
2017 9 4 31%
2018 6 2 25%

BACHELOR

Bachelor of Animation Male Female Other % of women
2015 24 28 54%
2016 21 29 58%
2017 25 21 46%
2018 12 24 67%
Bachelor of Film and Screen Media Production Male Female Other % of women
2015 42 47 53%
2016 45 37 45%
2017 51 29 36%
2018 49 49 50%
Bachelor of Games Design Male Female Other % of women
2015 18 8 31%
2016 19 6 24%
2017 15 8 35%
2018 19 4 17%

HONOURS

Bachelor of Animation (Honours) Male Female Other % of women
2015 4 11 73%
2016 2 1 33%
2017 6 5 45%
2018 0 4 100%
Bachelor of Film and Screen Media Production (Honours) Male Female Other % of women
2015 1 0 0%
2016 1 1 50%
2017 2 1 33%
2018 1 1 50%
Bachelor of Games Design (Honours) Male Female Other % of women
2015 1 0 0%
2016 1 1 50%
2017 2 1 33%

UTS Animal logic Acadmey (UTS ALA)

MASTER

Master of Animation and Visualisation Male Female Other % of women
2017 11 8 42%
2018 13 14 52%

Victorian College of the Arts (VCA)

MASTER

Master of Film and Television Male Female Other % of women
2015 8 16 67%
2016 12 9 43%
2017 10 7 1 39%
2018 12 10 45%
Master of Producing Male Female Other % of women
2015 0 14 100%
2016 6 9 60%
2017 6 11 65%
2018 9 8 47%
Master of Screenwriting Male Female Other % of women
2015 10 10 50%
2016 7 14 67%
2017 8 12 60%
2018 6 13 68%

BACHELOR

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Animation) Male Female Other % of women
2015 4 7 64%
2016 4 4 50%
2017 1 5 83%
2018 2 3 60%
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film and Television) Male Female Other % of women
2015 8 8 50%
2016 6 9 60%
2017 10 6 38%
2018 9 4 31%
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Screenwriting) Male Female Other % of women
2015 9 10 53%
2016 8 8 50%
2017 7 11 61%
2018 10 9 47%

HONOURS

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Degree with Honours) (Animation) Male Female Other % of women
2016 1 1 50%
2018 0 1 100%
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Degree with Honours) (Film and Television) Male Female Other % of women
2015 0 1 100%
2016 7 4 36%
2017 2 3 60%
2018 1 2 67%
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Degree with Honours) (Screenwriting) Male Female Other % of women
2016 1 0 0%
2017 2 3 60%
2018 3 1 25%

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