Communication, Journalism, Government and International Relations

Study mode:On campus Study type:Part-time Languages: English
201–250 place StudyQA ranking:5019 Duration:8 years

This app is scheduled to commence at 2020. A double level combining the job of Government and International Relations with the job of Communication and Journalism will produce media professionals with the knowledge and understanding to work effectively within local, international and national political context as journalists, political strategists or media advisers. During a complex comprehension of communication, graduates will be built to better navigate the complexity of the global communication network and also the diverse stakeholders and communities there in. It's going to combine specialist training in fundamental areas of social media management including the creation of key messages, newswriting, desktop publishing and societal websites communication with a deep comprehension of public policy manufacturing, administration, political campaigning and worldwide advocacy. Graduates will be competitive in a selection of sectors including government, business and the not for profit businesses.

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