Study Areas

Writing, Editing and Publishing

If you want a career in the creative industries, or simply love to write and want to improve as a writer, these courses are for you.

They are for people who already have skills in these areas and want to develop them further.

Employment possibilities include:

  • professional writing
  • editing
  • design
  • many other publishing positions, print or web-based

You could also go on to further study in writing and editing, either at NMIT or another institution.

There is a practical placement in the industry as part of the course.

Gain skills and knowledge in:

  • industry standards and demands
  • editing and proofreading
  • writing markets
  • editing skills
  • computer skills for writers
  • fiction, popular and literary
  • screenwriting
  • writing for children
  • poetry
  • small press publishing
  • research methods
  • myths and symbols
  • desk top publishing
  • photography for writer
  • business and legal requirements
  • interpreting and responding to a brief
  • managing projects
  • work relationships and contracts
Courses
Master of Creative Industries
We are pleased to introduce our latest post-graduate course - the Master of Creative Industries (MCI).

Graduate Certificate of Creative Industries
We are pleased to introduce our latest post-graduate course - the Graduate Certificate of Creative Industries. The GCCI is part of the multidiscipline Master of Creative Industries program aimed at creative practitioners of all disciplines (we have graduates in Fine Art/Illustration, Music, Film Making and TV, Journalism, Photography, Graphic Design, Jewellery and Object Design, Curators and more).

Graduate Diploma of Creative Industries
We are pleased to introduce our latest post-graduate course - the Graduate Diploma of Creative Industries (GDCI). The GDCI is part of the multidiscipline Master of Creative Industries program aimed at creative practitioners of all disciplines (we have graduates in Fine Art/Illustration, Music, Film Making and TV, Journalism, Photography, Graphic Design, Jewellery and Object Design, Curators and more).



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