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Julia Holman, UTS Bachelor of Arts Communication (Journalism) and Bachelor of Arts in International Studies (Spanish)Julia Holman

Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) and in International Studies

“UTS prepared me for my employment with the opportunity of studying overseas. The year overseas in Chile was the perfect preparation for a job in journalism.”

Paddy Manningimage of journalism student Paddy Manning

Master of Arts in Journalism
Freelance journalist and writer

“The most fun [subject] was making my first radio documentary, an investigation into clean coal, which aired on ABC Radio National."

Whitney Fitzsimmons, UTS Master of Arts in Journalism

Whitney Fitzsimmons

Master of Arts in Journalism
Executive Producer, Small Business Secrets, SBS TV

“My Masters degree boosted my confidence in writing for different media such as online publications, print, TV and radio.”

Matt Bungard, UTS Master of Arts in JournalismMatt Bungard

Master of Arts in Journalism
Journalist, The Sydney Morning Herald

“I enjoyed the variety of fields of study, the guidance from my tutors and the connections that completing this degree provided me with.”

Lisa Robinson, UTS Master of Arts in JournalismLisa Robinson

Master of Arts in Journalism
Cadet Journalist, Australian Associated Press (AAP)

“I chose to study postgraduate journalism at UTS because of the faculty's reputation for hands-on experience.”

Sarah Berry, UTS Master of Arts in JournalismSarah Berry

Master of Arts in Journalism
Health and lifestyle writer, Fairfax

“I chose UTS journalism course because it had the best reputation, and it didn’t disappoint.”

Han Nguyen, UTS Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) student

Han Nguyen

Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) 

“Finding an internship is hard, but I promise you, once you get your first one the rest comes easy.”

Jessica Maggio, UTS Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) and Bachelor of Arts in International Studies studentJessica Maggio

Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) Bachelor of Arts in International Studies

“I can proudly and earnestly say that I have walked away from this degree with an abundance of confidence. Confidence in myself, and confidence in what I do.”

Lynda Kinkade, UTS Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) studentLynda Kinkade

Bachelor Communication (Journalism)
News Anchor, CNN

“I choose UTS to study journalism because of its strong reputation for delivering in-depth and hands-on experience.”

Sam Buckingham-Jones, UTS Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) Bachelor of Arts in International Studies studentSam Buckingham-Jones

Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) and Bachelor of Arts in International Studies (Chile)
Journalist, The Australian

“My degree gave me the contacts, the know-how, and the mental stamina to withstand a difficult, and often-unrelenting job.”

Rachel Sibley, UTS Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) Bachelor of Arts in International Studies studentRachel Sibley

Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) and a Bachelor of International Studies (Quebec)

“For international studies students, know that a year abroad is hard, but so rewarding. My in-country study was an amazing year.”

Chloe Potvin, UTS Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) Bachelor of International Studies studentChloe Potvin

Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism)

“Studying abroad during my In-Country Studies year has definitely been the highlight of the course. The process of immersion allowed me to improve my language skills, gain a deeper understanding of Italian culture and expand my world views. The year related well to my communication degree as I carried out cultural research and met many different people from various countries and backgrounds giving me numerous stories.”

Alexandra Blucher, UTS Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) Bachelor of International Studies studentAlexandra Blucher

Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) and International Studies (China)

“… the quality of teaching is extremely high, the manner in which one learns is both practical and theoretical, and you can focus and specialise in the field ofcommunication that you would like to chase a career in.”

Anna Watanabe, UTS Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) Bachelor of Arts in International Studies studentAnna Watanabe

Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) and in International Studies (Japan)

“UTS Journalism throws you in the deep-end from the day you walk in, helping you mature, both as a writer and human being.”

Elias Jahshan, UTS Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) Bachelor of Arts in International Studies studentElias Jahshan

Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) and in International Studies

“I was working at The Sunday Telegraph as a writer before a promotion led me to my current role as a journalist for the Hornsby and Upper North Shore Advocate community newspaper.”

Esther Han, UTS Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) Bachelor of International Studies studentEsther Han

Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) and in International Studies (China)
Consumer Affairs Editor, Sydney Morning Herald

“If you want to be a journalist, why not start now. Observe the world around you, and ask yourself why the people, the environment, the infrastructure, the culture, and so on, are the way they are. Sniff out the contradictions, interrogate the players or find something worth sharing, then write.”

Georgina Stone, UTS Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism) studentGeorgina Stone

Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism)

“The course was very practical from day one.”

Stefica Bikes, UTS Master of Arts in Journalism studentStefica Bikes

Master of Arts in Journalism

“Listen to the lecturers, most are professional journalists who have been in the industry for years, so they know what they’re talking about and just want to help.”