A public research university with its main campus in Tasmania, Australia, is called the University of Tasmania (UTAS). Built around 1890. It is the fourth-oldest university in Australia. The institution is made of sandstone and a part of both the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning and the international Association of Commonwealth Universities.
The university collaborates with 20 specialized research institutes and cooperative research centers, and it provides a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees in a number of subject areas. The university's multiple 5 rating scores (far above world standard) for excellence in research earned by the Australian Research Council are in large part due to the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies. At the Australian Maritime College, the country's hub for maritime education, training, and research, the university also offers tertiary education.
There are three main campuses for the institution, located in Burnie, Launceston, and Hobart. On its Sydney sites in Darlinghurst and Rozelle, the College of Health and Medicine also houses a variety of small, specialized facilities. Additionally, it shares a research space with the Australian National Maritime Museum in Pyrmont.
The research strengths of the institution aim to benefit from Tasmania's distinctive features, notably its natural environment and geographic location. The research is strongest in the areas of data, knowledge, and decision-making as well as the environment, resources, and sustainability; creativity, culture, and society; health; the marine, antarctic, and maritime.
enhance your professional communication abilities in a range of contexts, including the sciences, the arts, and politics.
The complexity and dynamism of an increasingly digital and global communication environment have prompted the development of our new Master of Strategic Communication program. Employers are expecting strong analytical capabilities and professional-level communications competence, which is driving the rapid growth of jobs requiring communication skills.Our degrees provide a special path for students coming from undergraduate studies or professional employment in the sciences, arts, or business to personalize their education in response.
These courses will assist you in developing advanced analytical abilities and professional-level communications experience to apply to'real-world' scenarios. They are designed for people who desire to advocate and execute change across a range of social, environmental, political, and corporate settings.
Through a variety of specializations, benefit from the Media School's solid reputation in media research and unparalleled access to industry partners throughout Tasmania:
Environmental Management and Conservation
Communications in Marketing
Environmental and Public Health
Experience and tourism
Analyze media texts, practices, industries, and audiences critically from theoretical viewpoints while demonstrating a high level of familiarity with local, national, and global contexts.
demonstrate advanced skills in particular facets of media creation while effectively and morally communicating academic ideas across a range of media channels.
Design and create a scholarly research project and media material that reflect professional and academic standards, adapt to a changing and dynamic media environment, and
To foster collaborative media practices, critically reflect on the evolution of your professional research.
Tuition: $31950 per year
25% reduction in registered tuition fees for the duration of the course.
Academics: 2.8 GPA