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Charles Sturt University is celebrating after 100% of their graduates in the revised radio course scored jobs with the radio and media industries.
Lecturer and radio discipline group leader in the CSU School of Communication and Creative Industries in Bathurst, David Maxwell said graduates of the Bachelor of Communication (Radio)  can be found in diverse roles within the radio industry.
“All of this year’s graduates now have jobs in the radio industry or related media organisations,” Mr Maxwell said.
“These students join the more than 100 graduates from the course since it was first established under the sponsorship of Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) in 2000.”
Nick Robins has joined Macquarie Media, Sarah Heslop and Gemma Prendergast have joined Nova Entertainment and Hannah Mayjor Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) Melbourne.
Graduates Frankie White and Tilly Allard have joined the multimedia sections of News Corp.
25 new students will enrol in the course in 2016.
Fourteen of these students will come from regional markets through the CSU/Southern Cross Austereo Regional Radio Endorsement Program which is in its second year.

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