The journalism component develops skills in collecting, assembling, analysing and presenting information. Students develop strong skills in language and gain a good understanding of the media. Students have the chance to complement their journalism training through domestic and international field trips and internship opportunities. Gain valuable insights into current practice through an on-site media and production support team, and industry professionals from leading media outlets. The arts component develops skills in written communication, problem- solving, critical thinking and interpersonal understanding. Students can choose majors that complement their journalism studies or broaden their knowledge in other fields. For more information, visit Bachelors of Journalism/Arts at UQ.