Bachelor of Design (Honours) / Bachelor of Media (PR & Advertising) UNSW Sydney

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Bachelor Degree
5 Years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Design (Hons) / Media (PR and Advertising) is designed to provide students with foundational and applied skills, knowledge and capabilities in public relations and advertising. The program aims to develop communication leaders who inspire innovation and change at all levels of society and adhere to the highest ethical standards. The BMedia (PR and Advertising) program is structured to offer a philosophical and cultural foundation in the media studies core, conceptual and practical skills in public relations and advertising, and access to free electives that provide a more general education.


Object Design
Graphics Media
Spatial Design


Average ratings for Bachelor of Design (Honours) / Bachelor of Media (PR & Advertising) UNSW Sydney based on 1 review
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July 2018
Year completed 2022

Positives: it has a great balance between creative/analytical skills

Negatives: how strict the structure is, and that fact that most of my units are core rather than electives i choose

My advice to future students is: do your research!

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