Master of Marketing Communications University of Melbourne

3.5 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Ranked #25 in our University Rankings
Masters Degree
2.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Be part of the merging sectors of marketing and communication by cultivating your future as a professional. The Master of Marketing Communications arms you with disciplinary-specific knowledge and interdisciplinary expertise that gives you the adaptive capabilities to thrive in this ever-changing profession.

As vocational program with an internship option, the Master of Marketing Communications integrates your skills in the marketing and communications disciplines by teaching you how to adapt to the changing industry of the digital age. Graduates emerge as creative and reflective practitioners equipped to face dynamic industry challenges with practical skills in content marketing, advertising, public relations and strategic communications.

Developed with industry experts, this program is co-taught by the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences and Melbourne Business School.

Content marketing and advertising
External relations
Public relations
Social media coordination
Digital brand management

Who is it for?

Designed for those with a keen analysis of emerging technology and their impact on modern marketing and communications. If you want to understand t...

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Student Reviews

July 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: Useful group projects with plenty of real life examples and methods

Negatives: Too many old theories that might not be able to practice in the real life.

My advice to future students is: Be creative, don’t afraid of asking, collaborating with your classmates and tutors.

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July 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: Interactive and applicable

Negatives: Sometimes boring lecturers

My advice to future students is: Do the best, but don’t expect to much

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