Communication and digital media
Communication and digital media studies at RMIT will thoroughly prepare you for the fast-moving communication and digital media industries.
You will be trained to think critically, act fast and make informed decisions. RMIT programs are designed and taught by industry leaders. You will also have the opportunity to gain work experience through RMIT's highly regarded Workplace Integrated Learning Scheme.
RMIT communication and digital media graduates work around the world in television, radio, newspapers, corporations, advertising agencies, government and not-for profit organisations.
Programs now open for midyear intake. Browse study levels below for available programs.
- The three lives of Alex Stitt 25/06/2013RMIT partners with MIAF to bring together a discussion panel of leading representatives from each of these three distinct but related disciplines.
- GEElab monthly game play: Mutually Assured Destruction 26/06/2013Mutually Assured Destruction is a role playing card game of strategy, intrigue and paranoia based on John von Nuemann’s Cold War era strategy of the same name. Players will work in teams to gather intelligence and make strategic choices to ensure that their country is the one still standing when the game ends. Join the GEElab for drinks and game play as they transform the RMIT Design Hub into the game’s war room.
- An afternoon with Matt Soar 03/07/2013In this free 'Creative Provocations' seminar Matt will share his recent Korsakow database diary film C'est n'est pas Embres , and a non-narrative, experimental, remediation of found film footage, Lost Leaders . Matt's research into 'articulatation' and 'assemblage' in relation to Korsakow films and poetic online documentary will also be covered. Presented by NonfictionLab