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Our graduates

A man and woman filming with from two cameras on a boat at sea.

Former students from the Department of Science Communication can today be found working in a variety of communication and creative-based roles. In addition to the many professionals working in freelance as writers and filmmakers all over the world, our recent graduates have been employed in a variety of high-profile science communication roles, such as within the Office of the Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor, the Australian Academy of Sciences, Office of the Leader of the New Zealand Labour Party, the Museum of Science (Boston), Sir Peter Blake Trust (NIWA Ambassador), Royal Society of New Zealand, the BBC, Discovery, Ministry of Health, and many others.​

See what some of our Science Communication graduates are doing now