Our graduates leave with a quality education, and real-world skills they can use in the workplace. Macleay students understand and appreciate the edge this gives them – and we have the data to prove it.
Each year The Department of
‘Digital’ surrounds us – to the extent that it we no longer know what to describe as digital and what not. What is the difference? And when is it appropriate to describe technology as ‘digital’? Or telecommunications? Or marketing? Or
Common wisdom says you should never meet your heroes. Sports Business lecturer Joe Hughes discusses the time he met Herb Elliott
The importance of athlete welfare has reared its head in the ugliest fashion over the past few weeks.
Tom Tilley isn’t just any journalist, Tom Tilley is the journalist who gave me a new perspective on journalism.
By Jesse Mullens (Bachelor of Journalism)
Starting at Macleay College in May 2015, opened the door for me to undertake numerous internships.
First off, I started at the New South Wales Rugby League writing match reports. This helped me to
Aletheia Casey, photojournalism lecturer, has been featured on Firecracker – a website established by Fiona Rogers to promote women working in photography.
Marc Fennell’s has a refreshing view on the media world for Macleay’s journalism students keen to follow in his successful footsteps.
As a self-confessed ambulance-chaser since a young age, Tess Salmon was establishing the mindset that would build her journalism career.
Natasha graduated from Macleay College with a Bachelor of Business specialising in Event Management. Straight after graduation she landed the role of events assistant/administration at the Fundraising Institute of Australia. Clearly she impressed and within three months she was promoted to Education Coordinator!