Bachelor of Media in Communication and Journalism UNSW Sydney

4.5 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

In the Bachelor of Media (Communication & Journalism) you learn how to use your words to tell a story. But not just any story. Our students learn multiplatform storytelling techniques, developing diverse professional skills, from creating communication strategies to writing the news. In this program you are not simply skilled up as a writer, you are also encouraged to become an influential and strategic communicator able to tackle complex issues by drawing on your integrated practical and theoretical expertise.


In addition to fundamental courses in media theory and practice, you can also choose specialist electives from a range of communication, journalism and media...

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Journalism (online, print, broadcast)
Corporate communications
Media account management
Internal communications
Corporate affairs
Media relations
Social media

Additional Information

Students in the Bachelor of Media in Communication and Journalism can gain relevant practical experience in a number of ways.

Opportunities incl...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Media in Communication and Journalism UNSW Sydney based on 2 reviews
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Student Reviews

June 2018
Year completed 2014

Positives: Course enables you to develop media theory knowledge to deal with important broadcast issues such as defamation and contempt of court. Fairly good presentation of media history within Australia with a taste of political and societal issues.

Negatives: The course lacked practicality skills and time on computers d...

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June 2018
Year completed 2013

Positives: Course is detailed in areas of theory and legal practice. This course allows you to develop a sound knowledge of the media landscape and potential issues when it comes to publication and defamation. The course also provides opportunities to develop skills in introductory marketing and public relations matters.


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