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University of Sydney, Full Time Masters Degrees in Communication & Media Studies

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The Master of Crosscultural Communication is an exciting field of study in today’s globalised world, examining how communication happens in different societies (crosscultural communication), and how people from different societies interact (intercultural communication). Read more
The Master of Crosscultural Communication is an exciting field of study in today’s globalised world, examining how communication happens in different societies (crosscultural communication), and how people from different societies interact (intercultural communication).

In this course you will develop an understanding of how languages work, how societies and cultures differ and the variety of ways in which people from different societies and cultural backgrounds communicate using languages. On this foundation, you will be able to analyse intercultural communication.

You will have the flexibility to select your own pathway of electives such as: language, communication and translation; business and global communication; culture and media communication.

You can also choose to study a particular society, or focus on a research project.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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Recent advances in digital media have seen many changes in workplaces, creative practices and everyday life. Read more
Recent advances in digital media have seen many changes in workplaces, creative practices and everyday life. The Master of Digital Communication and Culture equips graduates with a critical awareness of the latest developments in internet platforms, social media, research tools, digital audiences, mobile media, online governance, cross-media creativity and games. Informed by critical humanities literature in digital cultures, the core of the course is uniquely focused on cultural practices and new media change.

When you enrol in this course, you can take four or five of the core Digital Cultures units of study – Digital Research and Publishing; Internet Cultures and Governance; New Media Audiences; Network Society and Mobile Media and Games. Beyond the core units, there are many ways that you can customise your learning experience by selecting from a wide range of relevant electives from Arts and Social Sciences, Sydney College of the Arts, Interactive Design and Electronic Arts and IT.

The graduate diploma and graduate certificate both provide shorter avenues to update and extend an understanding of digital media, or to explore new career directions.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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Health communication comprises one of the largest industry workforces in public relations and media, acting as a fundamental bridge between medical bodies, public health authorities and the wider public through the media. Read more
Health communication comprises one of the largest industry workforces in public relations and media, acting as a fundamental bridge between medical bodies, public health authorities and the wider public through the media. The Master of Health Communication delivers core media skills to help you become an effective communicator across health and medicine, public affairs, public relations, community relations and journalism.
Our unique Health Communication program is the most comprehensive and specialised course of its kind in Australia, combining the expertise of the University of Sydney’s Department of Media and Communications with the public health resources of the School of Public Health. With a cross-disciplinary and collaborative approach to both media and health disciplines, our program incorporates media relations, organisational communication, and health communication approaches.

As a Master of Health Communication graduate, you will enter the profession with a solid evidence-based education in international health, community‑oriented health practice, obesity and other disease prevention strategies, and health promotion. Our training also covers such topics as campaign development, media advocacy, humanitarian and emergency health issues, bioethics, and an understanding of health cultures, policy and systems. Featuring a well-regarded internship program, you will have the chance to attain high-level skills from work experience while fostering professional contacts and networks before you complete the course.

The Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Media Practice provide shorter avenues to update and extend your professional skills, or to explore new career directions. This master’s degree requires four core units of study.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Media Practice focuses on media industry content production, in a rapidly changing, increasingly global context. Areas of study include writing for media, media liaison, broadcast and online journalism, ethical and legal issues in the media, and international media practice. Read more
The Master of Media Practice focuses on media industry content production, in a rapidly changing, increasingly global context. Areas of study include writing for media, media liaison, broadcast and online journalism, ethical and legal issues in the media, and international media practice.

This course will broaden your written and spoken communication skills, as well as your production skills in print, broadcast and online media. You will also develop a sophisticated understanding of the media industries, audiences and global media environments.

The Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Media Practice provide shorter avenues to update and extend your professional skills, or to explore new career directions.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Publishing is accredited by the Australian Publishers Association (APA), and will equip you with the skills required for book, magazine, digital and online publishing. Read more
The Master of Publishing is accredited by the Australian Publishers Association (APA), and will equip you with the skills required for book, magazine, digital and online publishing. This course offers both professional training with direct vocational applications and a scholarly approach to the history of publishing, its cultural significance and changing directions.

This course is aimed at students who wish to take up, or already occupy, career positions in publishing or in other organisations where an in-depth understanding of the publishing world would enhance their professional prospects.

You will have the opportunity to study aspects of book, magazine and online editing; manuscript preparation; print and website production; publication design; and marketing. This range of study provides you with both hands-on production skills and an in-depth understanding of how our culture consumes print and online content. If you have achieved a credit or higher in two core units, you can complete an internship, as well as an extracurricular anthology project. This means our graduates are equipped with real-world experience, professional network connections and the opportunity to develop a portfolio.

Our course is taught by current industry professionals with extensive experience in book, magazine and online publishing.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Strategic Public Relations focuses on professional public relations with an emphasis on corporate communication and political communication. Read more
The Master of Strategic Public Relations focuses on professional public relations with an emphasis on corporate communication and political communication. The corporate communication strand develops and applies strategy selection processes used in large public companies. It analyses and investigates management‑level communication across small to medium enterprises (SMEs) throughout the business cycle, including at times of conflict and crisis.

The political communication strand develops candidate campaigns and issue campaign briefs, analyses and applies campaign communication matter including ‘netroots’ tools such as Twitter, and investigates theories of political communication as they relate to public opinion and public policy. Within the overarching framework of the course, there are a number of sub‑disciplines including government, media and investor relations.

The Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Strategic Public Relations provide shorter avenues to update and extend your professional skills, or to explore new career directions.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Moving Image (MMI) offers students hands-on education in contemporary moving image production by teaching them how to develop a film project from concept to screen. Read more
The Master of Moving Image (MMI) offers students hands-on education in contemporary moving image production by teaching them how to develop a film project from concept to screen. Foregrounding experimentation and innovation, the MMI brings together traditional aspects of film production with new directions in the cinematic arts, incorporating new technologies in interactivity, three-dimensional imaging and virtual delivery. Film projects are conceived, developed and produced through learning industry standard protocols and techniques in pre-production, production and post-production. These include story and script development, production management, art direction, cinematography, directing techniques, and the use of new platforms for film output including interactive apps for hand-held devices. Students are also introduced to the history and theory of film and new media, and can choose from a range of electives from across the university including animation, screenwriting, sound design, digital effects, and rich internet applications.

Students produce a major film project in any genre or style. Students have options to specialise their degree pathway through industry placement, as well as through preparation for further study and higher degrees of research. The degree is ideal for professionals looking for a career in the film and digital media sector, and for anyone wishing to engage with contemporary filmmaking and interactive media.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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