Bachelor of Journalism Macleay College

5.0 out of 5 from 4 reviews
Bachelor Degree
Melbourne
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Offering Australia’s most contemporary journalism degrees, the Bachelor of Journalism enables students to develop the digital journalism skills now expected by the media industry across all TV, radio, print, social and digital.

You will learn critical skills such as mobile journalism and data journalism, along with news research, feature writing, radio, video, new photography, international reporting, ethics and media law. You will put it into practice in a real newsroom from day one. You’ll experience the rush of working to a deadline and complete specialist journalism training in your chosen elective - sport, music, fashion, food and lifestyle writing, investigative reporting and business journalism.

Plus our internship program allows you to gain valuable experience and develop industry contacts – one of the best ways to land your dream role in media.


Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Journalism Macleay College based on 4 reviews
Rating
5.0
Job prospects
4.75
Teachers
5.0
Course work
5.0
Time worthy
4.75
Money Worthy
4.75



Student Reviews

March 2018
Year completed 2017

The small class sizes, the industry expert lecturers and guest speakers, and the quality of the learning material

My advice to future students is: Find what it is that you love, and don't give up

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March 2018
Year completed 2020

Positive aspects:
Smaller campus provides a close knit community and teacher - student interactions.

Specialized and hands on courses provide necessary skills and knowledge for employment.

No negatives.

My advice to future students is: Get to know the online student portal and take advantage of online resources.

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March 2018
Year completed 2018

Positive - Extremely hands on and practical. We have our own newsroom, radio lab and tv studio. Small class sizes ensures you get the one on one time with industry-professional tutors. No negatives.

My advice to future students is: Connect now. Intern as MUCH as possible - not just because it's a course requirement. Get yo...

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March 2018
Year completed 2018

Its very hands on and practical. We have a student run news room thats compulsory therefore we are treated as training Journalists, not students. Its fantastic

My advice to future students is: Listen and get every bit of information out of the teachers, they are very willing to give you all their knowledge.

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