In 2020, 4.5 million people have access to the internet. That’s more than half of the earth’s population. Undoubtedly, this fertile expansion of communication channels and technology calls for savvy and creative communicators with the right skills and specialisations.
The advantage of your media & communications qualification is that it gives you a unique synergy of multi-disciplines, learning methodologies as well as areas of specialisation. It is not just about mass communications as a whole, but also include PR, print & broadcast journalism, event management, video & film production, content writing, social media, digital marketing, entertainment, visual communications, photography and so on.
Hence, you will acquire the opportunity, and given the challenge, to discover your talents and passions that you would want to eventually specialise in. In short, you will be future-ready and have the versatility to match the vast amount of career opportunities.