You will have the opportunity to sample diverse careers at the interface of science and the community. You could go on to join our graduates in roles such as presenting science-based TV and radio on Triple J and Scope; writing for New Scientist and Scientriffic; organising and performing in international events like the Edinburgh International Science Festival; managing social media for peak bodies like Science and Technology Australia; or communicating about health science and research for institutions like The Children’s Cancer Institute.
How to apply
To apply, fill out the forms below and return them to University Admissions by 31 August.
- Supplementary application information for Master of Science Communication (Outreach) (7624) (PDF 71KB)
- Postrgaduate Coursework Application for domestic students (PDF 108KB)
Please note that all academic qualification documents must be submitted in scanned colour copies along with the above application forms. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Australia's leading science communication centre
ANU was the first place in Australia to open a science communication centre, and it’s now one of the most diverse of its kind in the world, preparing students to be leaders in science communication in Australia and internationally.
Our academics (your lecturers) are pioneers in science communication research and trailblazers in the field. Their opinion pieces attract millions of readers, they regularly appear on national radio, and you can even find them doing public events in the pub.