|Course||Campus||Course code||Fee type||Pattern of
|Course start date|
|B Communication and Media||Wollongong||753110||CSP||3F/EqP||60.35||65.35||4 Mar 2019
29 Jul 2019
|B Communication and Media (Dean's Scholar)||Wollongong||753111||CSP||3F/EqP||84.70||90.70||4 Mar 2019
29 Jul 2019
B Communication and Media will provide you with opportunities to develop a wide range of creative, technical and conceptual skills. From day one you will work on real projects, learning practical skills: tweeting, blogging, creating content, video production and working on real client briefs. This means you will graduate with a portfolio of work that you can present to future employers and clients.
Areas of study: Digital and social media, global screen media, journalism, marketing communication and advertising, visual communication design.
Career opportunities: Media research and analysis, corporate communications, digital content development, social media, advertising, publishing, marketing, government media policy, media education.
Fees and charges: Visit the UOW website for current fee information.
Assumed knowledge: Any 2 units of English.
Recommended studies: English (Advanced).
For your application to be assessed on your university results you need to have completed at least half a year of full-time study (or part-time equivalent) at bachelor degree level or higher. Your grades will be converted to a selection rank to be used for admission purposes. Students may also be eligible for credit for prior learning.
If you have completed an AQF Certificate IV, AQF Diploma or AQF Advanced Diploma you will be considered for admission to this degree. Your grades will be converted to a selection rank in order for us to assess whether you meet the minimum selection rank.
Admission to UOW is based on your academic qualifications, and generally your work or life experience is not taken into account. Students wishing to undertake this course, but who do not meet academic requirements are advised to apply for a pathway program that UOW recognises, such as a UOW College pathway program, the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT), and the TAFE Tertiary Preparation Certificate (TPC).
Visit the UOW website, select the undergraduate course that you are interested in, then choose the 'Admission Profile' tab in the Admissions, Key dates and Fees section. For Dean's Scholar, see the UOW website.
Courses are added and cancelled throughout the admissions year and course details are subject to change. Check the course search on the UAC website or the My UAC app regularly throughout the 2018–19 admissions period.
Honours programs are available in most degrees, often as an additional year of study to meritorious students or embedded into the course.
Check the relevant course information on the UOW Course Finder at the UOW website.
|Course code||Lowest ATAR (LA)||Median ATAR (MA)||Highest ATAR (HA)||Lowest selection rank (LSR)||Median selection rank (MSR)||Highest selection rank (HSR)|
– = data is not available.
<5 = less than 5 ATAR-based offers were made.
N/A = no offers were made on the basis of ATAR.
LA - Lowest ATAR
MA - Median ATAR
HA - Highest ATAR
LSR - Lowest selection rank
LSR - Median selection rank
LSR - Highest selection rank