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Study Bachelor of Communication at Western Sydney University Sydney City Campus

Enhance your learning experiences by engaging in the culture, expectations and practices of your profession or discipline. Likewise, also get practical experience though placements and other community-based programs.

Fast Facts

Course facts at a glance.
IELTS Overall
6.5
Each Band
6
CRICOS code

074452D

Duration

3 years

Delivery mode

On campus:

  • Sydney
Annual fee
  • AUD$ 28080
Start dates
  • March
  • July

Why study Bachelor of Communication at Western Sydney University Sydney City Campus

  • Be able to understand how your field of study is connected to other disciplines
  • Be able to learn the strategies required for the active participation in the community
  • One will be able learn to value ethical conduct, intellectual integrity, diversity and social justice principles.
  • Be able to develop skills like critical thinking, problem solving, conflict resolution, team building and public speaking.
  • Improve your self-knowledge and self-perception through various skills that you will learn.

Career opportunities

Bachelor of Communication (Advertising)

Graduates in this course will have some of following career opportunities in:

  • Advertising agencies
  • Direct marketing agencies
  • New media companies
  • TV and radio stations
  • Marketing
  • Market research companies
  • Copywriting studios
  • Digital and social media communications
  • Strategy planning
  • Media planning
  • Brand management

Bachelor of Communication (Journalism)

Graduates in this course will have some of following career opportunities in:

  • Print, TV, radio or online journalism
  • Current affairs
  • Magazine journalism
  • Community journalism
  • Corporate communications
  • Media research
  • Organizational communications
  • Technical communication

Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations)

Graduates in this course will have some of following career opportunities in:

  •  Public relations
  • Campaign development and management
  • Publicity
  • Media relations
  • Crisis communication
  • Event management
  • Public affairs

What you will study

Some of the core units are:

  • Writing Ecologies
  • Foundations of Media
  • Arts and Production
  • Advertising: An Introduction
  • Media Cultures and Industries
  • Public Relations Theory and Practice
  • Introduction to Journalism
  • Visual Storytelling
  • Media Law and Ethics
  • Professional Writing and Editing
  • Communication Research Project
  • Media Memory

Professional recognition/Accreditation
The Bachelor of Communication is accredited by the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) and the
Media Federation of Australia (MFA).

How to apply

Course enquiries

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