Explore how we communicate in film, television, radio, the press, publishing and digital media and media arts. Learn about the historical, political, and cultural aspects of media and understand developments and debates in the media and communication industries. Explore media arts practices and aesthetics. There is the opportunity to develop practical production skills and an understanding of workplace practices.
Television, film, radio, print and online production, journalism, media law, marketing, advertising, teaching, communications, industry funding organisations, campaign or advocacy officer, media expert, policy and research officer (Government, business, academic, NGO).
We also offer single subject study. Visit our short courses page to find out more.
A media internship (MST3INT) is available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Media Studies and the Bachelor of Journalism. In this unit, students will develop contacts with, and work in, a media organisation. Students will develop an understanding of issues internal to the organisation such as its goals, structure, management and work practices.
Overseas study opportunities
La Trobe University has exchange arrangements with universities world-wide. The Media Studies Program has specific arrangements with Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York and Queen Margaret College in Edinburgh, Scotland. Also, our students have studied at a range of University of California campuses.