Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

Graduate Diploma in Digital Communication

Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00213J

This course takes students' careers to the next level by providing them with skills and knowledge across areas such as social media, industry disruption, data analytics, artificial intelligence, automation and visualisation. It will provide students with the critical thinking skills needed to design and implement solutions to the key communication challenges that confront today's society. The course is organised with an emphasis on authentic real-world learning that prepares students to creatively and effectively address a range of challenging communication scenarios. It is offered with delivery modes designed to fit busy lifestyles with units delivered through an intensive delivery mode, offering the balance of short, sharp delivery while allowing flexibility to balance work, family, study and personal needs. This approach, including pre-work, interactive workshops and webinars, and further self-guided learning, allows students to learn at their own pace.


  • 96 credit points
  • core units (48 credit points) and electives (48 credit points).


  • Digital communication

Standard entry requirements

A completed recognised bachelor degree in any discipline or equivalent.

Study pathways

Students are eligible to receive advanced standing from the Graduate Certificate in Digital Communication. The Graduate Diploma course provides a pathway to the Master of Digital Communication. Students who complete 48 credit points of core units will be able to exit early with the Graduate Certificate in Digital Communication.

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Kelvin Grove International: $30,300 No
  • Full-time : 1 year

Further information

This course is also delivered online and can be completed in full-time or part-time study mode.

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