About Culture and communication
Undertake exciting majors and subjects in this area in the Bachelor of Arts, or study unique Masters level courses that lead towards professional vocations in publishing, writing, museums and galleries, other arts and media institutions.
Led by by world-leading scholars, fields include literary and cultural studies, art history, cinema and performance, media and communication and Australian Indigenous studies.
Academics in this discipline publish, speak and blog on topics as diverse as romanticism, poetry, Asian popular culture, digital media, climate change, network societies, gender and sexuality, racism, cosmopolitanism, and contemporary arts.
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Why study at the University of Melbourne
Graduate within depth knowledge and with the interdisciplinary knowledge, community leadership skills and cultural awareness necessary to succeed.
Taught by leading experts
Our expert academics will inspire you to expand your understanding and transform your perspective of the world.
A degree that opens doors
Organisations seek out graduates who are open-minded, creative, and skilled at analysis and communication across diverse cultures.
Hear from our students
Find out what motivated our current students to choose Melbourne, and the impact studying with us has had on their lives and careers.
The University always makes sure they are implementing the latest technological advancements and design-smart infrastructure, and most importantly offer a huge teaching team dedicated to being at the top of the industry to ensure everyone’s best teaching and learning experience.Chau Le, Bachelor of Arts student
The degrees at Melbourne encourage learning through exploration.Nicholas Thongvilu, Bachelor of Arts