Bachelor of Journalism University of Queensland - UQ

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

Journalists of the future need to be multi-skilled, adaptable, resourceful and creative. UQ’s Bachelor of Journalism has been designed to meet the expectations of this digital landscape.

This three-year program will prepare you for a professional career researching, reporting, writing and telling stories across different media platforms, including digital, print, radio and television.

Benefit from a progressive program that keeps pace with industry where you will learn the principles and practices of new digital media production.

Gain sought after skills in field recording and camerawork; editing of sound; vision and pictures; data analysis; publishing and multimedia platform distribution.

Prepare for a versatile and adaptable career with access to an on-site Media and Production Support team as well as industry professionals and fieldwork and internship opportunities.
Careers

Career opportunities are found within:
metropolitan, national and regional newspapers
commercial radio and television stations
web and multimedia...

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Additional Information

The skills of a professional journalist – proper and thorough research, interviewing, writing, critical thinking and interpretation – are valued in...

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Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Journalism University of Queensland - UQ based on 4 reviews
Rating
4.25
Job prospects
3.5
Teachers
4.25
Course work
4.5
Time worthy
4.25
Money Worthy
4.25



Student Reviews

April 2018
Year completed 2018

Positives: Lots of hands on experience in the work field as well as creating content. Interesting perspectives on all areas. Meeting new people with similar interests.

One of the best parts is reading current news sources and having the knowledge to decipher what is true and false about the article.

Negatives: As the c...

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April 2018
Year completed 2021

Positives: It urges you to communicate with more people than you normally would and gets you out of your comfort zone in the best way

Negatives: It feels really demanding at times

My advice to future students is: Really think about the field you intend to go into and ask yourself if it’s right for you. Don’t just pick s...

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April 2018
Year completed 2022

Positives: The teachers are all interesting and well informed of their subjects. They’re helpful. And the assessments feel relevant to the course work.

Negatives: Haven’t encountered any so far.

My advice to future students is: Pay attention and try to attend every lecture and tutorial.

Also, if you’re struggling the...

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March 2018
Year completed 2018

I love that the degree takes a practical approach and allows you to complete journalistic stories that you're interested in. I also found that this degree teaches you a lot of transferable skills that are applicable to a lot of workplaces.

My advice to future students is: I would suggest that potential future students thin...

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