BP221 – Bachelor of Communication (Media)
The Media Program of the Bachelor of Communication offers students from around the world an integrated undergraduate degree that combines the best of both theory and practice. Critical and analytical studies in Communication Studies, as well as a choice of Cinema Studies, Asian Media, Literature and Philosophy or Business, Economics and Politics, complement hands-on industry-focused learning that provides the skills and experience required to secure a future in the media industries of the 21st century.
Situated in a brand-new purpose-designed building in the vibrant heart of Melbourne, the Media Program takes advantage of state-of-the-art learning facilities and equipment for film, television, radio, internet and convergent media production.
RMIT Media graduates can be found throughout the media industries within Australia and internationally. They find work in the film and television industry, public and commercial radio, internet and mobile media, screen culture, journalism, marketing, publishing, academia, the music and games industries, and the government sector. Many also proceed to postgraduate study. RMIT Media graduates have an edge in being multi-skilled, global in outlook and capable of working in a variety of media forms and professional contexts.
Bachelor of Communication (Media), alumni
I started planning my last short film “Whereabouts” when I was in the screen program and completed it when I was in the media program. Some international film festivals including Beverly Hills, Newport Beach, Houston and so on have selected it. I have been accepted by the prestigious AFI Conservatory as Directing Fellow and going to start another journey in this coming August. That will be a wider platform for me to develop my feature film projects and hopefully I can start my first feature film in 2 years.
The Affordable Art Fair - Art Melbourne 2012
RMIT sponsored the Art Melbourne Affordable Art Fair in 2012 and students from our Bachelor of Communication (Media) program filmed the event and made a promotional clip for the organisers.
Music provided by Melbourne International Jazz Festival melbournejazz.com
Produced by Cut And Pace Productions facebook.com/CutXPace
Vanessa Caitlin Goh Mae Jayne
Manal Ali Sulaibeekh
Hui Jun Ng
The program’s academic staff are leading media practitioners, researchers and educators:
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