Liaise directly with industry professionals and extend your media and communications studies. Choose from three approaches: travel on an international study tour, undertake a local internship, or put your practice to the test with an industry project
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- Critically analyse and discuss key characteristics and emerging issues of global practice in media and communication contexts
- Plan, develop and manage projects to meet client objectives, working collaboratively to achieve organisational and personal goals
- Evaluate and present project outcomes to relevant stakeholders and recommend future possibilities
- Reflect upon your personal and professional learning and critically analyse your contribution to the professional setting, making connections between academic knowledge and skills and practical applications.
- Week 1: Overview of Professional Practice and the assessment project choices.
- Week 2: Learning Contract, Proposal and Proposal Presentation
- Week 3: Stage 2 Assessment: Report,and Report Presentation with past student examples
- Week 4: Reflective Journal
- Week 5: Presentation of your Proposal
- Weeks 6-10: Self-directed learning on your project with your tutor
- Week 11: Present your Project
- Week 13: Review
- Week 14: Review
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
This subject is for Master of Communication Design students only. Prior to enrolling, you must contact RMIT at email@example.com for approval.
No special requirements
- Stage 2 (70%)
- Stage 1 (30%)