The School of Media and Communication delivers creative programs, research and training in media, communication and design games interaction.
Renowned for our strong industry and community connections, we prepare students with work-ready skills and open up collaborative networks for our researchers. We encourage students and researchers to explore, experiment and push the boundaries of creative and future-focused practice.
The School of Media and Communication pushes the boundaries of digital knowledge creation and future-focused practice.
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The School of Media and Communication provides programs and courses that support you to launch or advance your career in communication, design games and media.Our teaching areas
The School brings together vibrant theorists, thinkers and practitioners in design, communication, creative writing, screen culture, new media, journalism, games, animation, art and digital media.Research
The School of Media and Communication cultivates rewarding relationships with industry, cultural and community partners. We work with you on collaborative projects, workforce development and research.
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Journalism | Nick McKenzie's story
Nick McKenzie reflects on being an investigative journalist and studying a Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) at RMIT.
Studying Communication at RMIT
This clip explains the similarities and differences of studying a communication degree at RMIT.
Experienced practitioners set to deepen engagement with industry
Five industry fellows have been appointed to the School of Media and Communication from a range of disciplinary and professional domains.
Leaving comfort zone leads to learning
For RMIT Journalism graduates, the learning never stops as they produce a new live current affairs program about LGBT+ communities in Australia.
Social media around the world: Five things you might not know
Most people rely on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to bring them closer together. But how are they used across the planet? Is a "footie" taken in Chile any different than a "selfie" from Australia?
Design and media students making a difference with Lentara
RMIT’s School of Media and Communication has formed a partnership with Lentara UnitingCare, which will see students solve real-life challenges faced by the not-for-profit.
Students interpret Bollywood through a lens
Media and photography students have travelled to India on a two-week study tour to explore Bollywood culture and gain an understanding of the world’s largest producer of film.