Bachelor of Communication (Media) RMIT University

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

This program produces critically informed contemporary media professionals who are creative and multi-skilled communicators.

Our graduates are able to deliver innovative content for a wide range of existing and new platforms including film, television and radio, social and mobile media, and the web.

Situated in a purpose-designed building in the heart of vibrant Melbourne, this program accesses state-of-the-art learning facilities. This program's unique combination of industry training and academic study will teach you to analyse media in a broad historical and cultural context, as well as encourage critical engagement and innovation across a range of media platforms.

Ultimately the program will provide you with a broad knowledge of a wide range of media including traditional and emerging forms. It will also provide skills and knowledge that will help you to determine your specific career directions and to facilitate lifelong learning.

Our graduates are fluent with technology and the evolving media environment and are creative thinkers and problem-solvers employed across a wide range of industry sectors. Industries that program graduates have moved into include film and television, radio, screen culture, internet and mobile media production, government and education.


You will study one of five contextual strands as part of your degree program. The five contextual strands are: Asian Media and Culture; Cinema Studies; Politics...

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RMIT Media graduates can be found throughout the media industries within Australia and internationally. They find work in the film and television industry, public...

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Student Reviews

August 2018
Year completed 2021

Positives: - balance between theory & practical
- assignment based (no exams = good)
- only three years, not too many contact hours per week

Negatives: None come to mind

My advice to future students is: Choose specifically not generally if you can, I feel more set for life this way

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July 2018
Year completed 2017

Positives: Wide range of subjects and topics to choose from

Explore any area you enjoy

Can meet people with either same or different interests in communications / media

Be friend people from different countries

Negatives: Could possibly be too broad so hard to narrow down your career choice

My advice to futur...

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May 2018
Year completed 2018

Overall, I found the course to be very useful as everything is very hands on. Before I started Uni, I heard about it being about memorizing and regurgitating theories during the exams. But I find that to be false at RMIT. Because it's so hands on I feel I have a better idea on what I have to do once I get a job as well as the...

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April 2018
Year completed 2019

Positive is that we make films it is very hands on and productive

Negative is the amount of reading logs and quizzes that have to be completed each week

My advice to future students is: Get yourself familiar with Premiere Pro and a full on schedule

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January 2018
Year completed 2018

Positive- lots of great connections for work experience, very hands on and interesting. Interactive and a lot of fun, always using different methods of teaching as well which kept the course fun.

Negative- heavy work load and would be a difficult course for someone who doesn't have much confidence or isn't a people person

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