Swinburne journalism degree students will learn practical writing and reporting skills, including investigation, research and interviewing. Students will produce stories for real publications, including our own digital journal, The Burne.

Study investigative or broadcast journalism, as well as photojournalism, and gain skills across digital media, television, radio and print.

You’ll graduate from your journalism studies with a full understanding of the social, historical, legal and ethical framework to produce journalism that informs, guides and empowers. Browse our courses to find detailed course information, application dates, entry requirements, fees, subjects, ATAR calculator and more. 

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Follow Kirstie’s journey from undertaking a football PR internship as part of her Journalism degree to becoming Communications Manager – Community for AFL Victoria. The skills she learned in new media helped Kirstie future-proof her career.

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    Swinburne student nominated for prestigious journalism award

    Bachelor of Media and Communications student Angus Delaney has been named as a finalist for the Student Journalist award at the Walkley Foundation’s Mid-Year Celebration of Journalism.

    Friday 16 June 2023

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