Communication courses provide a range of specializations – from Creative writing, Digital media, Film, Radio, and Television production, to Journalism, Advertising, Public relations, and Publishing. Courses are available in all qualification levels, offered as vocational certificates and diplomas right through to postgraduate research. Specializations and career outcomes vary depending on the level at which you study.
Certificate and Diploma programmes are available in areas such as Creative writing, Commercial broadcasting, Media arts, Multimedia journalism, Radio and Television presenting, Journalism, News media, Animation, Publishing, and Web media.
In the higher education sector, programmes fall under Communication, Applied communication, Media and Creative technologies, Media arts and Digital media, with the opportunity to choose from a wide range of majors. Students can also complement their communications studies by pairing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree with a programmed from another discipline. This is called a double degree (or conjoint degree) that means you can study communications alongside another field of your choice, such as the ones mentioned above.