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Put your passion to work in Creative Arts and Communications

Whether your interests lie with the written word, digital media, information management or records and archives, our diverse range of postgraduate creative arts and communications courses mean you can follow your passion while gaining the skills, knowledge and experience to develop a meaningful career.

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Abby Asomani, Master of Information Management

After graduating, I spent a year in Canada working with a public health start-up that leverages data to predict the spread of infectious diseases. The company was one of the first to identify the emerging risk from COVID-19. My degree allowed me to enhance my career with overseas experience, and gave me the expertise and confidence to contribute in a diverse, multidisciplinary and forward-thinking environment.

The Future Of…

On the internet, anyone has the potential to become a celebrity. Some actively seek internet fame by carefully cultivating their online identity; while others may become unwitting internet celebrities when a stray, unflattering image of themselves is used as the subject of a meme.

In this episode of The Future Of…, digital anthropologist Dr Crystal Abidin discusses the rise and fall of both ‘deliberate’ and ‘accidental’ online celebrities.

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