Explore style and genre, media, and the demands of readers, editors and publishers.
You develop your skills as a writer, testing your creative ideas in an environment that challenges, critiques and supports you as you go.
‘I loved my time at Griffith,’ says Brooke ‘Broadcasting and TV were my favourite classes and put me in a good position to knock confidently on doors and ask for work experience in radio jobs throughout my degree.‘ Kat echoes these sentiments: ‘Through Griffith, I was able to intern at Nine Gold Coast News, and then within the newsroom at Sea FM,’ she said.
Kat was offered a role at Sea FM on completion of her degree.
As a Griffith graduate, you'll enjoy great versatility in shaping your career.
Degrees in English and creative writing are especially well suited for: If you’re considering further study, get the right advice and information you need at our September Mature Student Open Evenings.
You can also learn valuable editing and publishing skills by becoming involved with the production of Talent Implied, Griffith’s annual creative writing journal.
Kat Orchard and Brooke Whitney Communication graduates For public relations specialists Kat Orchard and Brooke Whitney, studying communication at Griffith opened doors to exciting media careers with both obtaining jobs in radio newsrooms before graduating.
He chose to study astronomy because he wanted a balance of humanities and science subjects, and would eventually like to write a science fiction novel.
Nurture your creative, critical and professional skills as a writer, gain a foundation in the main genres of fiction, non-fiction and poetry, and be supported in finding your own voice.