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Graduate Certificate in Broadcasting - West Aust Academy of Performing Arts


The Graduate Certificate in Broadcasting (Radio) is designed principally for journalism, media and communications graduates. It may also attract graduates of other disciplines who wish to employ their specialist knowledge in a radio broadcast media setting. The course prepares students for employment as presenters, reporters and producers in radio. Participants are introduced to the range of performance, presentation, technical and people skills required by today's electronic media professionals.

Entry to the programme will be by audition and interview. Preference will be given to applicants who can demonstrate some knowledge and practice of journalism. Applicants will require an appropriate three-year undergraduate degree, or equivalent, awarded by a recognised tertiary institution, or substantial and relevant industry experience.  Auditions and interviews will be conducted in November for the 2009 intake.

For more information click here or contact:

Contact the Co-ordinator of the Broadcasting Course, Peter Holland before applying.

Tel: +61 8 9370 6228
Fax: +61 8 9370 6665





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