Maggie O’Shea, who is studying a Bachelor of Communication (Media), was offered an internship in the production office of *Newton’s Law* (Every Cloud Productions) during the shooting of the show. Read more
RMIT’s School of Media and Communication is excited to be one of the Australian partners chosen by Intel’s Global Production Labs (a division of ‘Agency Inside’, the in-house creative and production group of this major tech company) to participate in a paid internships scheme in the San Francisco Bay area Read more →
As part of the studio-based teaching model in the BComm Media program, some of the studios available to students involve interdisciplinary collaborations as well as working with an external industry partner. One exciting studio that does both this year is ‘Lentara: nonfiction design’. This studio sees Media students teaming up Read more →
This year has been an exciting one for the program – we’ve made a major shift to a fully studio-based curriculum. Students and staff are proud to show you some of the results of that change at their public end-of-semester exhibition on Thursday 29th October, 5.45-8pm, Building 9 (City Campus).
You may have seen this advertisement currently appearing on Australian television featuring the filmmaking duo of Julian Lucas and Jarred Osborn.
Both Julian and Jarred are graduates of RMIT’s Bachelor of Communication (Julian in the Media program and Jarrod in the Professional Communication program where students can choose to specialise in Media).