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Bachelor of Media and Communication with a Major in Advertising

Gain the practical skills you need to excel in a range of roles in the dynamic and ever-changing advertising industry with a Bachelor of Media and Communication with a Major in Advertising from Swinburne University.



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Bachelor of Media and Communication With a Major in Media Studies

Swinburne Online’s Bachelor of Media and Communication With a Major in Media Studies prepares students for a variety of roles within media or advertising.


The online course equips you with a plethora of industry skills and an understanding of the media in a rapidly changing digital age.


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Bachelor of Media and Communication With a Major in Public Relations

Learn how to develop and maintain brands and public perception with this online Bachelor of Media and Communication With a Major in Public Relations course.


This course will teach you to build a public relations strategy and communicate ideas effectively with both stakeholders and consumers.


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BSB52415 Diploma of Marketing and Communication

Study this online Diploma of Marketing and Communication (BSB52415) course to gain a comprehensive grounding in the principles of marketing research, evaluation and management.


Upon completion of this diploma, you will have obtained the theoretical skill set necessary to pursue middle and senior management roles in marketing.


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BSB42415 Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication (specialising in Digital Marketing)

Studying the Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication (specialising in Digital Marketing) course online will give you the essentials of marketing, with a focus on digital marketing basics such as SEO, UX and data analytics.


Upon completion of this online marketing certificate course you will have the training to plan and execute effective marketing campaigns from start to finish. You will become a professional player in a competitive yet rewarding field.


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BSB42415 Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication

If you want to work in marketing then the Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication (BSB42415) online course will give you the professional edge you need to succeed.


If you’re a sales professional looking for your first qualification in marketing or you’re interested in getting your market research credentials, then this Certificate IV in Marketing will take you to that next level as a marketing or public relations officer.


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BSB52415 Digital Marketing Pathway

Get to grips with digital marketing techniques by studying this Digital Marketing Pathways (BSB52415) program offered by North Coast TAFE.



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About Communications

The communications industry, comprising professions like journalism, public relations, the media and events management, is a vibrant and creative field that is ideal for anyone with a flair for words, modern media and buzz creation. Organisations are placing strong emphasis on hiring those with outstanding communication skills and an online course in communications can lead you to any number of exciting career options.

Being a communications professional is all about learning how to convey messages effectively, reaching your target audience and creating the right kind of spin and hype. Depending on your particular area, you will need to learn specific techniques and strategies to achieve this goal.

Aspiring journalists can learn journalistic techniques and styles with a course in freelance journalism. By working as a freelance journalist, you will have the flexibility to manage your own time and the ability to work across a range of interesting projects for different clients. You will become skilled in interview techniques, sourcing and preparing leads and marketing your work, to ensure you always get the scoop and know how to write about it in an engaging, informative manner.

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Natarsha Belling - Ten News National Presenter

'Whilst a university degree assisted me greatly, the importance of hands-on experience can never be underestimated. Every university holiday, I would participate in work experience in the industry.'

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Gerard Pratt - Assistant Manager of Events and Ceremonies, Australian War Memorial, Canberra

'When I was younger I had two uncles who were in the navy and that was all I ever talked about. So since I was five, the navy was always something I knew I was going to do.'

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Daniel Browning - Producer & Presenter, Awaye, ABC Radio National

'Awaye! started out of Alice Springs with a presenter called Clayton Lewis during the International Year of Indigenous People in 1993.'

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