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Bachelor of journalism

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School of Communication, International Studies and Languages


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  • Program information

  • 3 year degree

  • Magill campus

  • 2009 TER: 85.05

  • Double Degrees

  • Journalism & International Studies

  • Journalism & Law

  • Journalism & Writing and Creative Communication (new in 2010)

  • Experience. The Difference.

  • Internships

  • International exchange opportunities


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  • Structure of MBJO

    • Major (12 courses that focus your degree)

    • 4 Foundation + 1 Indigenous

    • Sub-major(a cluster of 6 courses that broaden your academic program)

      • 1 Elective(from any of the courses offered by the University)


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  • Where Journalists can work:

    • Media – newspapers/radio/television/online

    • Magazines and In-house publications

    • Public Relations/Communication companies

    • Government Departments

    • Freelance

  • Recent graduates working at:

    • Metropolitan TV– Channel 7, 9, 10, ABC

    • Radio – Australia wide, ABC Radio, regional and metro

    • Newspapers – Australia wide, regional and metro

    • Local, State and Federal Government


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What makes a good Journalist?

Writing skills, people skills, general knowledge and curiosity

  • Not just a glamour career…

  • Weekend work

  • Odd hours

  • Not everyone likes dealing with the media

  • Working under pressure

  • But…

  • Paid to talk with people and write

  • Travel – within job and work anywhere in the world

  • Challenging

  • Plus much, much more….


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  • Key Advantages of the program

    • Only University Journalism program in SA

    • Taught by Academics and Practitioners

    • Excellent reputation (in top 5 programs within Australia)

  • Industry links

    • On-line website (The Warbler)

    • Close links with industry in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales

    • Industry guest speakers


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  • Opportunities within the program:

    • International exchange

    • Third Year Internship

    • Collaboration with Channel 31

  • Past student experiences:

  • World Police and Fire Games (Adelaide and Liverpool)

  • 2008 World Beach Volleyball Games


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    • Undergraduate Program Director

    • Kathryn Bowd 8302 4677

    • Program Support Officer

    • Ms. Rebecca Calton 8302 4286

    • Contact: www.unisa.edu.au/com

    • [email protected]

    • Experience. The Difference.


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    Experience…

    Education, Arts & Social Sciences

    Tuesday 8 September 2009

    Magill campus

    Tours commence at 3 pm

    Information sessions commence at 5 pm

    Visit the campus where you’ll study.

    Register your attendance:

    www.unisa.edu.au/eas


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