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  • Curtin University

    CUR-COM-DEG | Undergraduate

    Prepare for your future in media and communications

    Dive into digital communication with a degree that prepares you for a range of media roles – some of which don’t even exist yet. Understand social, cultural and technological shifts in media. Learn practical tools for digital communication.  

  • La Trobe University

    LAT-ART-DEG | Undergraduate

    Pursue your passion and your profession

    A flexible arts degree offering a large selection of humanities and social sciences majors. Mix it up with minors and electives in business, health, and science. Develop critical thinking, emotional intelligence, creativity, and communication skills.

    Available majors

    • Archaeological and Heritage Studies,  
    • Creative and Professional Writing,  
    • Crime, Justice and Legal Studies,  
    • Digital Media,  
    • English,  
    • Hindi Studies Beginners,  
    • History,  
    • Human Geography,  
    • Linguistics,  
    • Philosophy,  
    • Politics,  
    • Psychological Science,  
    • Sociology,  
    • Sustainability and Development,  
    • Visual Cultures,  
    • Agribusiness,  
    • Digital Business,  
    • Enterprise,  
    • Management,  
    • Marketing
  • University of the Sunshine Coast

    Produce posts, tweets, messages, blogs, videos and more.

    Learn how to publish content on social media platforms. You’ll discover how to plan, create, and schedule. Reach a broader audience. Begin to explore marketing and public relations. Zoom in on online platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    Influence and manage public perception

    Become a highly valued communications professional. With skills including writing, content creation, events management, and strategic planning, you’ll be ready to run PR programs and campaigns for businesses, not-for-profits, and government.

  • Curtin University

    A degree with twice the creativity

    Artistic professions shape society’s aesthetic and social needs. Aspiring artists can choose Fine Art or Visual Culture (art history, theory and critical evaluation) for work in curation, policy development, public relations and tourism.

  • Curtin University

    Writers, with both creative and technically proficient skills, will always be in demand

    Learn to craft articles, speeches, reports, travel writing, humour, fiction, history, creative non-fiction, media releases and how to write specifically for the internet. Find a career in research, writing, editing and publishing.

  • Edith Cowan University

    A blended skillset of communication and creativity

    Become highly employable and look forward to a career of diversity with this business and communications degree. Study the importance of customers and brands—and learn how to strategically influence them. Build skills in traditional and digital media.

  • Curtin University

    The digital world needs technically literate communicators

    Study digital publishing, virtual collaboration and social networks alongside networked technologies, regulation and the economics of the internet. Take electives in media, design, IT and marketing to secure skills that are coveted by every industry.

  • Curtin University

    CUR-VLC-DEG | Undergraduate

    Art mirrors life — the how and why

    Explore how culture is expressed in visual images. Understand how art informs our world, through the history and theories of art. Work in sectors where initiative, creativity and critical thinking are valued—curation, policy development, and tourism.

  • University of the Sunshine Coast

    USC-COM-DEG | Undergraduate

    With a focus on social media or journalism

    One of the most flexible communications degrees on offer. Majors include music, screen media, theatre, and visual communication. With so much choice, you can tailor your degree to your career goals. Become a creative professional and work in media.