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Danielle Posejpal

Danielle Posejpal

Danielle Posejpal

"My course provided me with the understanding that creative ideas and communication are essential aspects of public relations."

"The course covers all roles a PR practitioner can have and gave me a good understanding of the greater aspects of the industry. "

Advertising and Public Relations student

Study areas

Bachelor of Communications

The communications course focuses on the theoretical and practical dimensions of communication and include six major streams of study comprising of: advertising; broadcasting; creative services; journalism; media; culture; mass communications; and public relations. The School offers students a caring, supportive environment with expert staff who are committed to quality teaching and research.

Bachelor of Creative Industries

The creative industries are a growing and important component of the global economy, focused on the creation and exploitation of intellectual property across a range of disciplines including; film; design; interactive media; and photography. Courses are designed to meet the needs of the creative industries and enable graduates to meet the challenges of employment (including self-employment). It focuses on the development of students’ creative, intellectual, analytical and research skills and aims to produce graduates who have an informed, critical and creative approach to understanding media, design and visual culture.

Bachelor of Arts

Our Bachelor of Arts course enables you to pursue your passion and career goals simultaneously. You will have a unique opportunity to design a cross-disciplinary course according to your personal interests. The course structure enables you to combine arts subjects with either another major from any university discipline or a series of electives, from the sciences to business, law and psychology. We also encourage work-related placements.

Postgraduate

In addition to our three main Undergraduate awards, we also offer a number of specialised research and coursework Postgraduate programs. The school also hosts the WA Screen Academy.

You can find out more about the courses we offer by first selecting your student type:


School leavers

If you are 20 years of age or under and about to start your first degree this option is for you.

Study areas

If you want to reach your potential in a learning environment that is supportive, flexible and relevant to the real world, view our study areas on our Future Students web page.


Non-school leavers

If you are over the age of 20 and about to start your first degree this option is for you.

Study areas

If you want to reach your potential in a learning environment that is supportive, flexible and relevant to the real world, view our study areas on our Future Students web page.


Postgraduate

If you already have a degree or significant work experience this option is for you.

Study areas

If you want to reach your potential in a learning environment that is supportive, flexible and relevant to the real world, view our study areas on our Future Students web page.


International

If you are not an Australian citizen or permanent resident this option is for you.

Study areas

If you want to reach your potential in a learning environment that is supportive, flexible and relevant to the real world, view our study areas on our Future Students web page.

Undergraduate

Postgraduate

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