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Your study of public relations delivers knowledge and skills that are in increasing demand – public relations is one of the fastest-growing specialist areas of communication.
The Massey University Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) will build the skills you need for a successful career in public relations.
You will develop your interpersonal and inter-group communication abilities.
You’ll also learn strategic thinking, planning, writing, research and information processing skills.
You’ll learn how to help organizations to communicate in persuasive and ethical ways with their staff, customers, regulators, communities, investors, and society.
Public relations practitioners:
85% of graduates are employed within six months of graduation.
These graduates are employed across nine different industry categories with more than 60 different job titles.
Massey University was New Zealand’s first institution to offer university-level courses in public relations, so you’ll be able to take advantage of Massey's extensive knowledge and experience in teaching this discipline.
This major is accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (ACEJMC).
If you keep your grades up, you’ll also have the option of completing a communication internship.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,796|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$11,750|
Improve your English language skills without taking an IELTS test. You could get direct entry to a Massey degree with our English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses.
|English Test||English for Academic Purposes 1||English for Academic Purposes 2|
|English Entry||IELTS||5.0 overall (all bands 4.5 or above)||5.5 overall (all bands 5.0 or above)|
|iBT TOEFL||40 overall (3 in reading & listening, 13 in speaking & writing)||50 overall (5 in reading & listening, 15 in speaking & writing)|
|PTE||38 overall||46 overall|
To be admitted to an undergraduate qualification, applicants will need a minimum level of academic achievement from school, or another university or tertiary institution.
The specific level depends on which country or region of the world they are from.
If you don't have the skills or qualifications you need to be accepted into your chosen study, you can do foundation qualifications.
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