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  • RMIT University

    Innovate, create, and communicate across digital platforms

    Co-created with expert digital publishers and industry partners, this qualification is for media professionals ready to diversify in this emerging discipline. Upskill your traditional publishing approach to new media. Engage customers in the digital space.

  • Victoria University

    Create digital content for the web, socials, e-learning and more

    Use new and existing technology to deliver digital content and services. You’ll explore video production, web technologies, and more. Graduate with an innovative portfolio. Apply your new skills, including SEO and UX, to exciting roles in digital media.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    SWI-WRI-GDI | Postgraduate

    Explore the global opportunities presented by electronic media

    Gain a deep understanding of research, writing for electronic media, journalism, history writing and script adaptation for stage screen and multimedia. There is always a steady demand for graduates with traditional and electronic writing skills

  • Curtin University

    Upgrade your online communication skill set

    Build on your existing understanding of online culture. Choose from topics such as online gaming, writing for the web, the digital economy and website development. Harness emerging technology and see how digital culture engages with everyday life.

  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-MCW-MAS | Postgraduate

    Elevate your writing to a professional level

    Enrich your writing with academic perspectives. From print to digital, you’ll cover all the genres. Explore creative non-fiction and feature writing. Develop your manuscript. Edit. Revise. Give and receive feedback. Write with peers under expert guidance.

  • Australian National University

    Harness the power of communications to persuade in policy work

    Enhance your skills in policy making and public service delivery through the art of communication. Learn the principles of policy communication and persuasion so that you can lead improvements in policy and create the outcomes you desire.  

  • University of Tasmania

    Become a more persuasive media professional

    Develop even further in your communications career and go after more hands-on roles in the media industry. In this course, you'll discover how to produce compelling content, plan events, and connect with audiences through diverse media channels.