Creative Industries Courses

A creative degree that gets down to business.

Australia’s creative industries are a major driver of our economy, worth an estimated $30 billion and employing hundreds of thousands. If you’re thinking about a creative career, don’t let anyone tell you it isn’t a serious business.

Our newly offered Creative Industries degree is unique in NSW. It gives you the opportunity to combine your studies in Arts, Communication, Design and Music with courses in Business and Law.

In an evolving employment market, this extra savvy is a distinct advantage. There are also great creative degrees in Communication, Design (Visual Communication), Music and Screen Media.We also offer a Graphic Design/Pathway to Teaching (Secondary) degree. It’s your pathway to a Master of Teaching (Secondary), and a career as an inspiring high school teacher.

Postgraduates can take their careers to the next level with a range of degrees in Creative Industries, or a Master of Digital Humanities.


World class programs

Western is a Top 150 University in the world for communication and media studies (QS World University Ranking).

Julian talks about his experience as a Game Designer at Western.

Creative Facilities

Explore your potential in our $2 million purpose-built media studio and industry-recognised television production unit.

Industry partnerships

Semi Permanent

Semi Permanent is a global design platform that connects leading creators and thought-leaders, with brands and audiences - across live events, content and special projects. 

Through this partnership, Western Sydney University students are able to access, learn from and be inspired by global leaders in the creative and business worlds.

Western Sydney University is the official education partner of Semi Permanent.

Tropfest

Through our partnership with Tropfest, Western Sydney University strives to provide our students with unique industry experiences that will inspire and support them to harness creativity and share their stories.

Tropfest is the world’s largest short film festival, created by John Polson to showcase emerging talent of the next generation of Australian filmmakers.
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