Studying law opens the door to countless opportunities, inside and outside the legal profession. UNSW Law instils the values, skills and qualities you’ll need to become a qualified legal practitioner with a strong sense of community and social justice. Employers seek our graduates for their critical thinking and analytical skills. We teach our students to think outside the box, so when it comes to your career, there will be many options available to you.
• In-house counsel for news and media organisations
• Legal correspondent
• Corporate communications specialist
• Media analyst
Students in the Bachelor of Media in Communication and Journalism can gain relevant practical experience in a number of ways.
- third year portfolio project or media internship
- elective internship through the Arts & Social Sciences Vocational Placement (Internship) course
- elective production courses from a wide range of faculties across UNSW, including Art & Design, Built Environment, Computing Science, and Engineering
- use of advanced multimedia labs, digital video production, post production facilities, animation and audio studios for relevant courses
Overseas exchange program
You don't have to choose between overseas travel and study - you can do both! Spend a term overseas at a partner university and receive credit towards your Bachelor of Media degree at UNSW.
UNSW has over 200 partner universities in over 38 countries.
A year-long honours program is available for high achieving students in the Bachelor of Media in Communication and Journalism.
Honours is an intensive study program that provides the opportunity to engage in specialised research, to further develop analytical skills and expand your graduate options.
Find Your Career Match
At UNSW Arts & Social Sciences we want you to love what you do - and that means choosing a degree that will help you secure a job you love.
Find out which careers suit your personality type best and how we can help you get there.