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Bachelor of Media and Communications

Undergraduate | UNE-MCM-DEG | 2024

Creative communications for the digital era

Get to the core of communication and storytelling, then learn how to adapt it for digital. You’ve got the choice to specialise in media and culture - or - writing and publishing. Get ready for careers in PR, advertising, social media, journalism, and more.

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Study method
100% online
Assessments
100% online
Credit available
Yes
Duration
3 years full time or part time equivalent
Total subjects
24

Price from
$48,038
Available loans
Australian Higher Education Loan Program (HELP)
CSP available
Yes

Bachelor of Media and Communications

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Career opportunities

Graduate with greater knowledge about the media, how it works and how it has evolved. You’ll have gained diverse communication and analytical skills and be equipped to adapt to any rapidly changing workplace. Media and communications play an important role in any organisation; it’s their avenue to speak clearly and directly to their audience and to highlight their role in society. Many of our media and communications graduates go on to forge careers in public relations roles, in both the public and private sectors.

Career options for graduates include:

  • journalism
  • radio and television
  • public relations, marketing and advertising
  • social media
  • corporate writing
  • public sector research and administration
  • communications strategy
  • marketing messaging.

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