The School of Media and Communication cultivates rewarding relationships with industry, cultural and community partners.

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.

We have close connections with major broadcasters such as the ABC which helps you prepare for a dynamic career. We also offer partnerships with corporate, government and community partners, internships and work-integrated learning. The School of Media and Communication also awards scholarships and has state of the art facilities for you to use.

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Venues and facilities

The School of Media and Communication boasts state of the art facilities and equipment which can be used for industry collaborative projects and research.  The Media Precinct for example embraces cutting-edge technology connected to a robust 48-core optic fibre backbone infrastructure, ultra-high definition 4K video acquisition, the ability to stream live to a global audience and the ability to broadcast content on free-to-air television. 

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RMIT Alumni 

There are more than 24,000 RMIT School of Media and Communication alumni around the world, making significant contributions to their communities and professions. Our alumni network is an incredible group of people, who all have the shared experience of studying at RMIT.

Industry news

AFL and the media: 5 things we learned from Justin Rodski

Professional sport has a complex relationship with the media industry, something Justin Rodksi has learned from almost a decade working with Essendon Football Club.

DISRUPT: Mapping the future of Melbourne through stories

A collective storytelling project held as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week (20-26 May) is inviting participants to take over a 20-metre wall to disrupt the streets with their dreams of the city.

Building urban climate resilience in the Solomon Islands

The informal settlements of Honiara are home to almost half the city’s population. The complex challenges of these vulnerable urban communities call for tailored, multi-faceted solutions.

News in sixty seconds prepares students for the future

Journalism students are gaining valuable industry-ready experience by producing news bulletins for free-to-air TV.


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RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nations on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.

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