The Graduate Certificate in Publishing and Communications (Advanced) provides an introduction to the dynamic field of publishing and communications. Grasp the foundational editorial principles and methods you can use across a range of genres and media, complemented by a practical knowledge of electronic editing and publishing for digital media. Develop and refine key research, writing and critical thinking skills about the aspects of change in the publishing and communications industries.
You can also use the course as an entry point to an articulated structure of higher degree study, and may qualify for entry to an advanced graduate diploma or masters course in this area.
Who is it for?
If you're looking for a course of study with an industry focus, the Graduate Certificate in Publishing and Communications (Advanced) will help build your understanding of how to navigate the changing nature of publishing and communications. Use the skills you learn to effectively adapt and pursue a successful career. You can read more in the Handbook.
Where will it take me?
Career outcomes for the Graduate Certificate in Publishing and Communications (Advanced) reach into the core roles within the publishing and communications industry, including:
- professional editing
- print and online publications
- communications and stakeholder management
- copywriting and website content creation
- 31 May, 2018 for Semester 2, 2018 intake*
- 31 October, 2018 for Semester 1 2019 intake
- 31 May, 2019 for Semester 2, 2019 intake
- Scholarship deadline
It is strongly recommended your application is submitted by the following dates to ensure enough time for your student visa processing.
- Later applications may be accepted from onshore applicants. Please email Arts Grad admissions
- For more detailed information please visit the Graduate Coursework application information web page.
*Please note: This is a late application closing date. Submitting your application during this period may impact on your ability to receive a visa in time for commencement of classes. The Department of Home Affairs suggests submitting your visa application no later than 6 weeks before class commencement to avoid late commencement, and no earlier than 3 months before you are due to commence. Please see the Future students website for more details