Western Sydney University, which used to be called the University of Western Sydney, is a highly ranked public college in Greater Western Sydney, Australia. The university was made when two different schools joined together to form a network called the federated University. According to the State Legislature, the institution started working on January 1, 1989. Macarthur Institute of Higher Education was added to the university in the same year. In 2015, it got its present name. The Association of Commonwealth Universities, the Australian Medical Council, and the Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations are all connected to this university. It is also linked to reputable groups like Innovative Research Universities, Universities Australia, and AACSB International.
Western Sydney University doesn't have a main campus, but there are study programs at campuses in Penrith, Blacktown, Campbelltown, Parramatta, Hawkesbury, and Bankstown. Each campus has state-of-the-art academic, administrative, housing, and other services for students. All of the campuses are easy to get to and offer a wide range of specialized classes. The university library has a large number of rare and one-of-a-kind books, journals, research guides, exam papers, e-books, e-journals, databases, etc. on many different topics. Students and faculty can use all of the resources to learn, teach, and do research. The resources come in both printed and digital forms. Some of the things the university offers are IT services, free Wi-Fi, printing services, student lockers, and places to park. The sites also have places for children to play, clinics, gyms, health and fitness centers, prayer rooms for different religions, and places to meditate. Students can get free, private counseling services in person or online. The university also has a lot of places for recreation, sports, and entertainment to keep the community busy and calm.
The university offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral programs in fields like law, medicine, social sciences, psychology, humanities, business, and more that pay well. The institution also offers online education through its website, where you can find courses. About 48,500 students from more than 70 countries make up the close-knit community of Western Sydney University. These students come from many different cultures and ethnic backgrounds. There are 38,827 students in the undergraduate program, and 7,123 students in the postgraduate program. About 1,675 professors and 1,712 administrative staff work at the university right now. Each member of the faculty knows a lot about their job and has done it for a long time. This gives students the best help possible.
Over the years, many well-known people have graduated from the university. Christopher Kelen, an academic, writer, and artist; Christopher Fleming, a researcher, TV personality, and public speaker; Fiona Meryl Scott, a politician; Matthew Granfield, the head of marketing at Heritage Bank; Azis Syamsuddin, a politician; Yvonne Jaqueline Strzechowski, an actress; Craig Anderson, a TV actor; Anita Heiss, a writer and cultural activist; Damian McDonald, a novelist; Whitney Fit (Poet, Director and Screenwriter)
Starting in Western Sydney, our students will succeed, our research will have impact and our communities will thrive through our commitment to excellence, sustainability, equity, transformation and connectedness.
Our values define who we are and what we expect and encourage in each other. They are lived and embedded in the behaviours of everyone within the University community. Our values represent a commitment to our students, people and communities, both local and global.Our values are: Boldness, Fairness, Integrity, Excellence.
The Bachelor of Communication includes a variety of studies in the communication, media, and design professions, as well as specialized coursework in the important fields of media arts production, journalism, public relations, and advertising. Teaching combines theory and practice with references to actual situations, presenting potential career paths in a world of convergent digital media. Students gain an understanding of the local and global relevance of their chosen studies through classwork, independent study, and interaction with the multicultural nature of our communities. They also have the chance to develop and produce a variety of media outcomes as part of their studies as applied research and professional projects. Through self-directed, team-based and problem-based learning strategies requiring active participation in the community and professional contexts, graduates learn to reflect and value ethical and intellectual conduct as well as respect for diversity and social justice principles.
Fees: $28080 per year
Scholarship: For new overseas students enrolling in Western Sydney University's undergraduate degree coursework programs , Western Sydney International is offering $6,000 and $3,000 multi-year scholarships.