Arts & Education

Arts is a range of social sciences, from Education to Social Work, International Studies to Digital Media. If you have a passion to learn, to teach, to help and to design, picking a degree from the wide world of Arts is the best choice you can make. This is your chance to explore your passions and learn your strengths. There are no holds barred with a degree from the world of Arts. You might want to study a broad Bachelor of Arts, or more specific Arts degrees, like Journalism, Media and Communications and Cultural Studies.

Check out our comparisons of the Bachelor of Arts across the five main universities in Sydney, and four major universities in Melbourne - straight from the students' mouths.

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Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Arts

University of Melbourne

A Bachelor of Arts at Melbourne offers students a broad-based study of the humanities and social sciences with an opportunity to study a wide range of subjects and focus on the area which interests them most.

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Bachelor of Fine Arts

Bachelor of Fine Arts

University of Melbourne

A Bachelor of Fine Arts presents a unique university experience for its students and sufficient depth to craft and sharpen their artistic ability.

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Bachelor of Music

Bachelor of Music

University of Melbourne

Taught through the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, the Bachelor of Music at the University of Melbourne offers studentss the opportunity to broaden and/or hone their music skills in an academic environment.

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Diploma in Music

Diploma in Music

University of Melbourne

The Diploma in Music is a one-year Diploma aimed at offering students a more practical approach to music performance than the Bachelor of Music.

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Diploma of Modern Languages

Diploma of Modern Languages

University of Melbourne

The Diploma of Modern Languages is a one-year Diploma which needs to be studied alongside a Bachelor degree in any discipline.

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U21 Diploma in Global Issues

U21 Diploma in Global Issues

University of Melbourne

The Diploma in Global Issues is a Universitas 21 initiative, an international network of leading research institutions. Students will study subjects relating to international studies and development.

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Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Primary)

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Primary)

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This degree prepares students for work as an educator of children from Kindergarten to the end of Primary School.

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Bachelor of Education (K-12 Middle Schooling)

Bachelor of Education (K-12 Middle Schooling)

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This is one of only a handful of degrees that equip students with a NSW Institute of Teachers accredited qualification which allows them to teach in both primary and secondary schools.

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Bachelor of Educational Studies

Bachelor of Educational Studies

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This degree is the more flexible of the variations within the field of Education, where students can select their 24 subjects from a list of over 120 Education-oriented subjects, based on their personal interests and career aspirations.

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Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Arts

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Arts is a very broad degree, with a lot of scope for specialisation. It is designed to improve student’s abilities in many areas relating to the humanities, social sciences, interdisciplinary studies and the performing arts. Emphasised skills include expression, both written and linguistic, capacity for reasoned criticism and objective analysis and interpretation.

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