Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing Melbourne Polytechnic

4.25 out of 5 from 4 reviews
Diploma
Melbourne
1.0 year Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

If you love to write and want to improve as a writer, or you already have writing skills and want to develop them further, this Diploma is the course for you.

Enrolling in Melbourne Polytechnic’s Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing will sharpen your skills in professional writing, editing, design for print or web-based publishing. You will develop these skills within a course designed for emerging writers and editors.

Original and compelling content has never been more in-demand. You’ll also be qualified to work within related industries such as marketing, advertising and the press where you can freelance or work in a professional role.
Careers

You might find yourself working as a content writer, copywriter, novelist, journalist, editor or other similar role.



Ratings

Average ratings for Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing Melbourne Polytechnic based on 4 reviews
Rating
4.25
Job prospects
3.75
Teachers
4.75
Course work
4.75
Time worthy
4.0
Money Worthy
4.0



Student Reviews

February 2018
Year completed 2015

The course as a whole is quite good if your interested in following a career path in writing and/or editing, for me at the time, i was interested in journalism however the course was more focused towards author type writing, so in the end i was very bored of the course and was very happy to have just finished it as it wasn't ...

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February 2018
Year completed 2019

Positive: I have learnt more from this course than any other I’ve done. My skills as an editor and writer have improved significantly. My course is very well equity to help struggling students as well to ensure everyone gets equal opportunities to pass and achieve their goals.

Negative: the work load can become incredibly...

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February 2018
Year completed 2016

Positives: lots of friendly students, teachers and staff
Negatives: they cut our printing budget :(

My advice to future students is: Don’t leave your homework to the last minute

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February 2018
Year completed 2018

The positive aspects are the small class sizes, allowing us to talk through assignments in detail, and allow us to be very hands-on with our teacher/other classmates. The negative aspects are the very long hours of the course, from 9am til 5pm.

My advice to future students is: Pay attention to what your teachers tell you, ...

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