The UTS College Graduate Certificate in Communication will give you the confidence, knowledge and skills you need to take your professional qualifications to the next level. On successful completion, you'll receive 24 credit points as Recognition of Prior Learning towards a:

 

offered by the School of Communication, UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS). Built on a blended learning model, the program combines high-energy Live Online classes, independent study, and face-to-face learning (when it’s safe to do so).

50% scholarships available. Ask your agent for details.

 

Over the course of one or two semesters*, you’ll:

  • study journalism, media arts and production, advertising, PR and more
  • explore strategic communication practices and key theories that inform human communication
  • apply problem solving skills and design thinking to communication issues in a highly interactive and collaborative environment.
 

Speak to your Education Agent to apply today.

 

*Depending on your level of English literacy.

How do the Graduate Certificates compare?

FeesA$23,500
Scholarships available. Ask your agent for details.
UTS College reserves the right to vary fees at any time. You should factor in the likelihood of an annual UTS College fee increase into your budget.
Duration8 months - 2 semesters
CRICOS code103558E
Entry requirements

Choose country or region where you completed secondary schooling

Academic
Successful completion of an Associate Degree (AQF 6) or higher.
Academic

If you do not meet the academic requirements consider our UTS Foundation Studies.

English

IELTS 6.0 overall with 6.0 in writing or TOEFL-iBT 72 with 21 in writing or UTS College Academic English level 4 (AEL4) or equivalent.

Find out about accepted alternative English language qualifications at UTS College. 

If you do not meet the English requirements consider our English Language Courses or our Extended Diploma

General
Articulation Requirements from Foundation to UTS

Graduate Certificate in Communication

For guaranteed articulation to the master's courses offered by the UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences noted above, you will need to have passed all your graduate certificate program units. 
 

Subjects
FeesA$18,000
Scholarships available. Ask your agent for details.
UTS College reserves the right to vary fees at any time. You should factor in the likelihood of an annual UTS College fee increase into your budget.
Duration4 months - 1 semester
CRICOS code103559D
Entry requirements

Choose country or region where you completed secondary schooling

Academic
Successful completion of an Associate Degree (AQF 6) or higher.
Academic

If you do not meet the academic requirements consider our UTS Foundation Studies.

English

IELTS 6.5 overall with 6.0 in writing or TOEFL-iBT 79-93 with 21 in writing or UTS College Academic English level 5 (AEL5) or equivalent.

Find out about accepted alternative English language qualifications at UTS College. 

If you do not meet the English requirements consider our English Language Courses or our Extended Diploma

General
Articulation Requirements from Foundation to UTS

Graduate Certificate in Communication

For guaranteed articulation to the master's courses offered by the UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences noted above, you will need to have passed all your graduate certificate program units. 

Subjects

Course intake & start dates

Semester 1 intake 28 February 2022 1 April 2022
Semester 2 intake 14 June 2022 15 July 2022
Semester 3 intake 26 September 2022 28 October 2022

Orientation dates

Semester 1: 28 February - 4 March 2022
Semester 2: 14-17 June 2022
Semester 3: 26-30 September 2022

Modes of study

This course is delivered full time and face-to-face in scheduled classes. The course is also delivered Live Online in exceptional circumstances such as the current pandemic.

Assessment methods

Assessment methods in the Graduate Certificate in Communication include quizzes (multiple-choice, open-ended questions); presentations (group and individual); written reflections and learning journals; written reports; essays and essay drafts; group debates; communication plans, media release writing (exam conditions); PR campaign; group reports and presentations.