media, communications, journalism degree


Communications is a commonly used industry term encompassing Mass Comm, Advertising, Film, Radio, Journalism, Sound, Television, Video, Audio Multimedia and creative writing. Communications courses at undergraduate bachelor, postgraduate master, Ph.D doctorate research degree levels in Australian universities are listed below. Some courses are available online distance learning education or on part time basis. More non Media courses here.

  • Besides your ATAR score, which are the Year 12 HSC prerequisites ?
  • Where do I study to become a Reporter,  Digital JournalistNews Correspondent, Television Presenter or work in Digital Media or Publishing  industries ?
  • This may lead to roles such  as a  journalist, Media manager, editor, reporter, TV journalist, TV presenter,  Video producer, Website Producer, Web Product Manager  or professional writer.
  • A bachelor university degree in Journalism / Digital Media / Communications leads to jobs in the Web Advertising, Print Advertising, online Advertising, television and TV news reporting, digital multimedia technologies web and print publishing , public relations, webinars and  journalism.
  • If you are keen in Visual Communications, have a look here

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Typical university admission requirement :

  • English proficiency

New South Wales : NSW

Victoria : VIC

Queensland : QLD

 Western Australia : WA

Tasmania : TAS

  • School of English, Journalism &  European Languages studies at  University of Tasmania: UTAS

 South Australia : SA

Australia wide

 Australian Capital Territory  : ACT

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