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  • Bachelor Degree 3 years.
  • Tuition NZ$ 20,000 to 25,000/year for international students.
  • You can work part-time while you study.
  • Great job opportunities after graduation.

Arts & Media Studies.

Careers: Online audio and video, portable devices, networking and an on-demand culture have begun to produce a transformed creative environment.

  • Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies, The University of Waikato. Is a 3-year degree that brings several disciplines together in a degree that explores the impact of creative technologies in arts and media, while subjecting those technologies and creative forms to critical inquiry.
  • Bachelor of Communication (Media Studies), Massey University. An exciting and challenging discipline that aims to provide an understanding of the importance of the media within cultural, social, political and economic spheres. It will prepare students to better understand the information-rich society we live in.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies, Victoria University. An interdisciplinary academic field which analyses the meaning and role of media such as newspapers, magazines, television, the internet and popular music.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Screen and Media Studies, The University of Waikato. You will develop analytical abilities, research experience, strong written and verbal communication skills, and a broader perspective on the world and its various cultures.
  • Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies, The University of Waikato.. Brings several disciplines together in a degree that explores the impact of creative technologies in arts and media, while subjecting those technologies and creative forms to critical inquiry.

Creative Industries.

Film Studies and TV Production.

Careers: Business and Commerce Worker, Journalist, Marketing Practitioner, Public Relations Consultant, Scriptwriter, Teacher, Digital media producer.

  • Bachelor of Arts in Film, Victoria University. Furthers the understanding of cinema as an art of narrative, spectacle and performance, as well as a medium with important social implications within a university context of research and teaching in the creative arts and humanities.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Study Film and Media Studies, University of Otago. Focuses on the historical, aesthetic, cultural and social significance of cinema, television and new visual technologies and their interconnections.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Screen and Media Studies, University of Waikato. Focuses on the historical, aesthetic, cultural and social significance of cinema, television and new visual technologies and their interconnections.
  • Bachelor of Communication Studies (Television), Auckland University of Technology (AUT). Focuses on the development of creative and professional skills in television and broadcasting. You will develop the practical knowledge to produce programmes suitable for large, medium or small screens.

Journalism & Mass Communication.

Careers: Journalist, Broadcaster, Producer, Creative advertising professional, Digital media specialist, Communication Manager, Event Manager, Liaison and advisory worker, Marketing, Project manager, Public affairs, Relationship Manager, Media industries, Art Industries.

  • Bachelor of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology. Equips you with the skills to decide the media's look, sound, feel and flavour – as a journalist, broadcaster, producer, creative advertising professional, digital media specialist or PR professional. Majors in TV and Radio.
  • Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Communication Studies - 4,5 years Auckland University of Technology (AUT). Gives students the opportunity to gain qualifications in both the BBus with a major and the BCS, with a major in Advertising Creativity, Creative Industries, Digital Media, Journalism, Professional Communication, Public Relations, Radio or Television.
  • Bachelor of Communication, Massey University. With a comprehensive blend of business and creative disciplines, the BC will prepare graduates for a variety of emerging and current occupations.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, University of Otago. Study of the processes and effects of interpersonal and mass communication involving the production, reception, and human processing of aural, verbal and visual messages in their cultural contexts.
  • Bachelor of Communication Studies, University of Waikato. You'll be provided with the skills and knowledge needed to become a strategy-based communication, marketing or public relations practitioner.
  • Bachelor of Communication Studies (Journalism), Auckland University of Technology. You will gain experience in news reporting, different writing and production specialisations, bicultural reporting, cross-cultural reporting, news photography, media law and ethics.
  • Certificate in Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology (AUT). Pre-degree program; covers the fundamental communication theory and practice you need to enter the Bachelor of Communication Studies.
  • Graduate Diploma in Journalism, Massey University. The focus of the course is on print and online journalism, working on daily or community newspapers, although students do have the opportunity to do radio reporting and other broadcasting work.

Radio.

  • Bachelor of Communication Studies (Radio), Auckland University of Technology (AUT). Helps you develop the skills to become a multi-skilled, well-grounded, adaptable and creative broadcaster ready to enter the radio industry.

 

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