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Why study creative arts and communications at Murdoch

Are you an imaginative person who loves expressing yourself through writing and creating? If you have a talent for getting your message across, a degree in creative arts and communication can set you up for a career doing just that.

Whether you’re passionate about becoming a journalist breaking the latest news stories, an animator working on a brand-new game, or a sound designer composing a movie soundtrack, courses in creative arts and communications can open up a world of possibilities.

Where could a degree in creative arts and communications take you?

There’s a career for every kind of creative thinker. To suit this wide range of possibilities, we have a variety of creative arts and communications-related degrees to suit a range of interests, including:

There’s no limit to the kind of jobs that you could get with a degree in creative arts and communications and where it could take you. You could even travel internationally and study abroad as part of your course – check out the options available for Murdoch students.

Looking for a better idea of what your studies could be like? Watch A Day in the Life of a Creative Arts Student.

Experience your future career

Our courses are focused on giving you the chance to get a taste for your future career as you study. You'll have the opportunity to work with real clients through our on-campus communications and creative consultancy. We also give you access to a wide range of facilities on campus that allow you to take your creativity and gain experience, including:

  • sound stage
  • television and radio studio
  • news room
  • digital post-production facilities
  • sound-mixing studios
  • video editing suites
  • drama studios

With so many opportunities as part of your course such as work integrated learning, study abroad, and student facilities to take advantage of, you can experience your future career before you graduate.

Check out one of our upcoming events to get your future career in creative arts and communication started.

Posted on:

27 Aug 2019

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