Bachelor of Communication (Journalism)

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University), Study In Australia


Course Details

Are you ready to take part in both simulated and live productions of radio, TV news and current affairs? You will learn how to write high quality print and digital news and feature stories, which will be published in the well-regarded City Journal. 

This degree is highly regarded by the local and international news media industry, for its blend of theory and practice. By the end of your studies you will have the practical and theoretical knowledge to begin a career in journalism, in Australia and abroad, and be able to show employers evidence of your skills and achievements with a professional portfolio of published work.

Graduates are employed in all major news organisations in Australia, and in many international news agencies.

With the changing dynamic of the industry, our students are also well equipped to pursue roles such as media advisors and corporate communication specialists.

Program Fee: Around $31680

Duration: Full-time 3 years

All prices, dates, and deadlines are subject to change.

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