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Undergraduate creative arts and communications

Right now, the world needs creative minds and communicators to unlock new ways of thinking and share the voices that go unheard. Are you ready to use your creativity to drive positive change?

Bachelor of Arts courses

This flexible degree allows you to choose a major (or two) in languages, writing, journalism, social media and more so you can tailor your studies to your creative passions and career goals.

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Chinese is the world’s most spoken first language. Classes cater for beginners through to native speakers.

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Creative Writing

Develop your writing skills in fiction, poetry, and experimental and emerging genres.

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Digital and Social Media

Explore the human side of the internet and graduate ready for roles in digital and social media strategy.

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English and Cultural Studies

Explore the power of culture and language and examine how societies operate in the past, present and future.

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Learn to speak Japanese – a fascinating language spoken by 135 million people worldwide. Classes range from beginners to advanced.



Use your creative flair and investigative skills to create content for radio, television and online platforms.

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Korean studies

Gain a strong understanding of Korean culture and language, to expand your career opportunities through intercultural literacy and the skills for global engagement.

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Professional Writing and Publishing

Learn how to research, write, edit and publish a range of material, to prepare for a career in professional communications.

Bachelor of Creative Arts courses

This creative degree will help you to balance your creative skills and practical skills to broaden your career opportunities and build your dream career in an area you’re passionate about.

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Fine Art

Pursue a creative career and contribute to the artistic, and cultural needs of contemporary society.

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Screen Arts

Combine production skills, creativity and theory to create diverse and innovative screen projects.

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Theatre Arts

Are you a budding actor or director? This course prepares you for a bright future in theatre arts.

Bachelor of Communications

This degree will help you gain experience in a variety of communications, including, writing, design, public relations and photography.

You can choose to specialise in one of the below fields of communications.

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Use your creative flair and investigative skills to make content for radio, television and online platforms.

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Web Media

Gain experience in a variety of communications, including writing, design, public relations and photography.

Corporate screen production

Corporate screen production

Work with commercial equipment and produce work for film and television.

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How to apply

Don’t want to wait?
Many of our courses are available for mid-year entry. That means that you can start studying as early as this July! Just choose your preferred start date when you apply. Applications for mid-year entry close Friday 14 July.

Start studying in semester 1, 2024
You can apply from Monday 1 May to start studying with us in 2024. If you’re currently completing year 12, you may be eligible for an early offer to help you secure a place before you even receive your ATAR.

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