Why study journalism at La Trobe?

Hands-on media experience

Showcase your work alongside other emerging journalists on La Trobe’s media platform, upstart.

Check out some of their published work

Top 200 globally

One of the world’s leading university ranking agencies ranks our arts and humanities subjects among the world’s best.

Times Higher Education (THE), 2020, World University Rankings 2021 by subject: arts and humanities

Most adaptable

Employers ranked La Trobe graduates the most innovative and adaptable in Victoria.

Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT), 2020, 2019 Employer Satisfaction Survey

Career opportunities in journalism

Career pathways

Journalism skills prepare you for a range of careers, including:

  • journalist
  • editor
  • broadcaster
  • digital content creator
  • producer

Future employers

Potential employers of journalism graduates include:

  • SBS
  • News Corp
  • KPMG
  • Ten Network
  • Shepparton News

On the couch with maths, statistics and data science

Hear from our dedicated staff and ask questions via ON24’s Q&A portal.

Explore mathematical concepts and learn how to model abstract problems, problem solve and communicate clearly.

Broadcast from Melbourne Campus Open Day on Sunday 2 August, 2020.

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