Why study media?
Media are central to contemporary life.
With contemporary equipment, facilities and leading academics and industry practitioners who understand the importance of both making and analysing media, our recently opened Media School is the first of its kind in Australia.
Our partners include Australia's most significant media and creative institutions including MONA, AFTRS, Fairfax, News Corp and the ABC. You will have the opportunity to work with their staff and contribute to the current and future media and screen industries.
You will be a part of Tasmania’s creative community fuelled by internationally renowned museums, galleries, media and screen productions and events.
Careers in media
We are surrounded by stories. They are a powerful means for communicating ideas. Media professionals use stories as vessels for information, to create emotional and political connections, to form cultural identities, and to prompt social and environmental change.
Challenge understandings of the world, our communities, and ourselves through your lens.
Be a filmmaker. Reveal the latest innovations in music, sport, fashion, technology or health as a website or publications editor. Tell the story of the world’s iconic brands or launch an innovative product using games and video on social media in advertising. Support local communities or nations in times of transformation or crisis, bringing their stories to television or radio.
The Bachelor of Media and Bachelor of Media with Honours give you access to a wide range of ever changing media-related fields. You will gain the context and experience to shape not only stories with impact, but the entire future of the industry.
"As a journalist, my job is to grab someone and say, ‘I know your time is valuable but this is really important and it's something we can do something about’. It’s about waking people up to solutions."
"You find things about the world and you get to tell a story about it… that's the most rewarding thing.
The staff at the University were really encouraging and they brought a range of expertise and experience that really helped aspiring journalists like myself to get a foothold in the industry."
- Advertising creative director
- Art director and copywriter
- Broadcaster, presenter
- Campaign manager
- Documentary maker/producer
- Events manager
- Film production crew
- Media and market researcher
- Media adviser
- News producer
- Public relations consultant
- Policy adviser and analyst
- Science communicator
- Screen and media entrepreneur
- Social media content creator
- Sports writer and presenter
- Travel writer or editor