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Communication with Honours at the University of Newcastle
With increasing competition in all sectors of employment, students who graduate with an Honours degree have a distinct advantage. It is often considered by employers as an added skill and has been used by previous graduates to pursue higher positions and salaries.
As a graduate of the Bachelor of Communication you may undertake an additional year of full-time (or equivalent part-time) to complete an Honours degree. The Honours program is designed to further develop and encourage you in your area of specialisation and prepares you for a successful career in the communication industry. It also provides a pathway into research degree study.
Offered by the School of Creative Industries through the Faculty of Education and Arts, the Honours degree in communication aims to produce graduates who will have a well-developed capacity to think critically and creatively about society and culture and their relationship with research into professional communication practice.
When you study communication at the University of Newcastle, you will have the opportunity to learn in our purpose-built facilities including sound and recording studios of industry standard.
For more information about the Bachelor of Communication (Honours) degree, please refer to the handbook.
Apply for Honours
You usually apply for Honours in the final year of your undergraduate degree. To be accepted for entry you must have successfully completed a Bachelor of Communication or equivalent with a credit grade point average (GPA).
To apply for entry into this Honours program you need to download and complete two forms:
- Direct Admissions Application form; and
- Faculty of Education and Arts (FEDUA) End on Honours application form.
These are available in the 'Enrolment and course information' tab via this link, or by clicking the Apply Now button. Once completed, submit the forms to a student hub (Shortland or Ourimbah).
Find out more about Honours scholarships.