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      1. Communication studies

        Ranked in the top 150 in the world, AUT's communication studies programmes will give you a valuable foundation for key roles in lots of industries, including the media and communications fields.

        As a communications student, you’ll have access to outstanding facilities and services, and you could work on live projects for real clients or do work experience with major organisations. You’ll be career-ready when you leave AUT.

        Research in communication studies

        We believe in high-quality research that has impact, and have world-class researchers and research strengths across communication studies.

        More about our research

        Get involved with extra activities and projects

        You’ll have plenty of opportunities to put your learning into practice when you study here – like working on our student radio station, training newspaper and other publications, and taking part in real PR projects:

        Sharon Lee
        Pacific media
        Associate Professor Arezou Zalipour
        Radio on air
        Dr Merja Myllylahti
        News pattern
        Sharon Lee
        Reframe your mindset during COVID-19
        13 May, 2020
        AUT student Sharon Lee writes for the Times Higher Education website about the importance of reframing your mindset while studying during COVID-19.
        Pacific media
        Pacific governments and media crackdown
        07 May, 2020
        As fears grow over the coronavirus, some governments stand accused of using tough lockdown rules to silence criticism, writes Professor David Robie.
        Associate Professor Arezou Zalipour
        Knowing?ourselves?through film?
        25 Feb, 2020
        Screen Production Associate Professor Arezou Zalipour says now more than ever the value of different perspectives in film making is valued.
        Radio on air
        Why radio matters so much, 100 years on
        07 Jan, 2020
        Senior Lecturer Peter Hoar investigates why radio is still such a crucial form of communication, 100 years on.
        Dr Merja Myllylahti
        Broadcasting sector in serious trouble
        11 Dec, 2019
        New Zealand’s broadcasting sector, both public and commercial, is facing the biggest structural upheaval in a decade, writes Dr Merja Myllylahti.
        Joe Burn
        Suzanne Suisuiki
        Ollie Wards
        Hulu Tu'inukuafe
        Ben Moore

        Contact details

        Contact us online
        Phone 0800 AUT UNI

        School of Communication Studies
        WG Building, City Campus
        Governor Fitzroy Place
        City Campus
        Auckland City
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