School of Media and Communication
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.
Our teaching areas
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’s association with industry has resulted in the delivery of unique and innovative programs within the stream of Media Communication training and research.
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