O que eu aprenderei?

Become fluent in strategy’s many ‘voices’

Nowhere is multi-skilling more valuable than in the media industry. Broadcasters, communications agencies, large organisations and government are all looking for professionals who can identify and execute strategic messaging across the board—through digital and social media, PR and brand communication.

Our new Graduate Certificate of Media (Strategic Communication) will help you turn this demand into career opportunity.

What will you do?

Conducted over six months full-time, the degree will prepare you to take on greater responsibility in strategic communication planning, management and execution. You will graduate with:

  • enhanced strategic thinking, problem-solving and decision-making ability
  • refined skills in creating and tailoring strategic messaging for all key media channels
  • greater understanding of the principles underlying media relationship-building
  • awareness of key media channels’ unique consumption drivers.

Depending on your course choices, you’ll also gain high-level skills and understanding in either risk and crisis communication or brand messaging.

Where could it take you?

You’ll graduate equipped to take on higher-level strategic communication roles for organisations of all kinds. From a renewable energy provider to a digital comm’s agency; from a big-four business advisory to a global conservation research institute. You’ll also receive advanced standing for the Graduate Diploma in Media (Strategic Communication) or Master of Media (Strategic Communication).

De qual departamento farei parte?

Faculty of Arts

CRICOS

100936

Opções de estudo

Período integral (6 meses)

Valores
A$18.000,00 (R$ 56.443) por ano
AUD $18,000 for 12 units

*O preço é estimado e tem caráter informativo, por favor, verifique esta informação com a instituição.

Data de início

27 Julho 2020

Localização

The University of Adelaide (UoA)

North Terrace Campus,

UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE,

South Australia,

5005, ADELAIDE, Australia

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes do(s)/da Brasil

Entry to postgraduate coursework programs as a minimum requires a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification from an approved institution as a qualification for entry. Some of the graduate certificates and graduate diplomas that are offered may be accepted as qualifying work for entry to a Master’s program, or as professional qualifications in their own right. English language requirements: IELTS (Academic) Minimum Scores - Overall band score of 6.5 and Band score of 6 in all bands; TOEFL Minimum Scores - Internet-based: total score of 79 with a minimum of 21 in Writing, 18 in Speaking and 13 in Reading and Listening; Pearson Test of English (Academic) Minimum Scores - Overall score of 58 and Skills profile of no less than 50 in all skills, Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) - Overall score of 176 and Individual score of 169 in all skills.

Para estudantes internacionais

Bachelor degree or equivalent

IELTS: Overall band score of 6.5 and Band score of 6 in all bands; TOEFL Paper-based: total score of 577 with a minimum of 4.5 in the Test of Written English (TWE) or Internet-based: total score of 79 with a minimum of 21 in Writing, 18 in Speaking and 13 in Reading and Listening; Pearson Test of English (Academic) overall score of 58 and Skills profile of no less than 50 in all skills; and Cambridge English-Advanced (CAE): Overall score of 176 and Individual score of 169 in all skills.

Application deadline - Coursework program commencing in Semester 2: 1 May.

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