With UTS having such an industry focused approach, our graduates leave with the skills, knowledge and hands-on experience sought by industry globally. As a UTS:Communication graduate, you’ll be on the fast-track to an exciting career. Our graduates work in media organisations, publishing houses, production companies, businesses and consultancies around the world. They work in government and non-government organisations, and as dynamic freelancers engaged in creative and artistic production.
Writing graduate wins PM's Literary Award for fiction
Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Writing) graduate Gillian Mears has won the $80,000 Prime Ministers Literary Award for fiction with her novel Foals bread.
Distinguished graduate wins 2012 Sydney Peace Prize
Winner of the 2012 Sydney Peace Prize, Zimbabwean politician Sekai Holland, has a long association with Australia. A communications graduate of the NSW Institute of Technology, UTS's predecessor institution, she has been recognised for “a lifetime of outstanding courage in campaigning for human rights and democracy”.
Debut novelist wins Australia's most prestigious literary prize
Already the winner of several literary prizes, UTS graduate Anna Funder's debut novel All That I Am named the winner of the 2012 Miles Franklin Literary Award.
Walkley Award-winning journalist Helen Vatsikopoulos is currently researching and writing a non-fiction memoir about her family during the Greek Civil War between 1946 and 1949. The research is being undertaken as part of her Doctorate of Creative Arts at UTS.