The School of Communication, International Studies and Languages, housed on UniSA’s beautiful Magill Campus, offers the broadest range of communication, media and arts courses in South Australia and the only Journalism degree in the state. The School’s disciplinary offerings span media, languages, performing arts, international relations, literature, creative and professional writing, public relations, sociology, cultural studies, linguistics, music, theatre, and history. Teaching at the School utilises state-of-the-art technologies and facilities, including a purpose-built television studio and a university-wide radio station.
Collaboration between the University and industry is an integral part of ensuring our graduates are work ready through internships and organisation-based projects where students apply their skills and knowledge in real world contexts and develop their cognitive and communication skills. Our graduates are typified by well-developed cognitive and communication skills, and an ability to operate in an autonomous and self-directed manner and to apply knowledge and skills responsibly. As part of our commitment to producing research of the highest quality we foster a dynamic and supportive research environment. Researchers explore the complexities of the world in new and productive ways, adopting multidisciplinary approaches and producing research and creative outputs of international quality. The Australian Research Council, through Excellence in Research for Australia, has ranked the School at or above world-standard in Cultural Studies, Journalism, Linguistics, and Sociology.