The UNSW Master of Journalism and Communications is an innovative, interdisciplinary two year degree that provides education in journalism, media studies and communication. It’s designed to produce industry-ready journalists and communication professionals.
Build a Professional Portfolio
Undertaking a Master of Journalism and Communication at UNSW allows you to develop and hone specialist skills across a range of journalistic writing forms. These encompass journalistic values, news writing, genres, research and interviewing skills, critical thinking and ethical awareness.
UNSW School of the Arts and Media’s digital news website, Newsworthy, features written articles, audio, and video produced by postgraduate and undergraduate Media students. Newsworthy allows you to build your portfolio and learn through practical experience and mentoring from seasoned industry professionals, including Connie Levett, former editor of The Sydney Morning Herald.
Love What You Do
This program is structured to acknowledge and recognise the skills that individuals bring to their postgraduate education. More experienced students can undertake a streamlined degree while students with less professional experience will study for the full 2 years.
The program includes three different streams to choose from including: