Communication at UQ puts you at the centre of the contemporary information society and economy. In the core courses you will develop understanding and skills in a number of areas: visual, written, multimedia and spoken and interpersonal communication and in researching and exploring communications. You then specialise by choosing a major in Communication, Media and Culture, Public Relations or Mass Communication.

Communication is an expanding area of employment and the Bachelor of Communication is a preparation for careers in public relations, advertising, media planning and analysis; film and television; web design and management; business communication; health promotion, and many more. 

1. Orientation

UQ has developed several helpful tools and websites to assist new students, which can be accessed through the UQ Orientation website.

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers several program specific enrolment seminars, and welcome sessions, during orientation week.

As part of the Student Charter, it is a requirement that you know and understand your official program rules and requirements.