Bachelor of Arts: your student experience
In the Bachelor of Arts, you’ll combine the humanities, social sciences and languages to build interdisciplinary knowledge, community leadership and cultural awareness.
Book your place now to discover the diversity and depth of the more than 40 areas of specialisation on offer. From languages and psychology, through to economics and media and communication, you can combine majors and minors to design your degree to your own ambitions. You’ll hear from a panel of current students as they share their experience and answer your questions.
The Bachelor of Arts is your pathway to a career in a wide range of occupations. You can follow your passions, gain experience and the practical skills needed for your career, no matter your interests. Internships, local and global volunteering placements, breath fieldwork, industry projects, study overseas and breadth and language subjects will set you up to succeed in the rapidly changing, global workplace.
This session is tailored for prospective students (and their parent or adult guardian) looking to apply for mid-year entry in 2022 or start their undergraduate degree 2023. All students and their guest are required to register to book their place. Thank you.
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