Subjects in 2019

Select a subject area below to find out more about VCE and IB prerequisites, timetable options & class locations, fees (if applicable) and subject descriptions.

Please note: You can only undertake one Extension Program subject area. To undertake study in more than one Extension Program subject area at a time would be unmanageable for most students and would compromise the aims of the program. Your VCE or IB studies should be your main priority. The timetables and School Centre fees are indicative based on current 2018 academic year information.

Extension Program Subject Areas in 2019

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: AHIS10001 Art History: Theory and Controversy
Semester 2: AHIS10002 Modern Art: The Politics of the New

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of one of Art 3/4, any History 3/4, or Studio Arts 3/4 in Year 11, OR enrolment in Art 3/4, any History 3/4, or Studio Arts 3/4 in Year 12 after completion of one of Art 1/2, any History 1/2, or Studio Arts 1/2 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB History (SL or HL).

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Two 1-hour lectures and one 1-hour tutorial. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

Please note: Lectures are delivered at the University of Melbourne Parkville campus and students can attend tutorials either on campus or at a School Centre.

More information about this subject area

Visit the School of Culture and Communication in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: BIOL10004 Biology of Cells and Organisms
Semester 2: BIOL10005 Genetics and the Evolution of Life

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Biology 3/4in Year 11 OR enrolment in Biology 3/4 in Year 12 after completion of Biology 1/2 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Biology (SL or HL).

School Centre location Timetable Annual fee Start date
Williamstown High School,
Williamstown
Thursday
4:00pm - 5:30pm
TBC TBC
Tutorial and practical class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Students may choose to study through a School Centre or as part of the first-year undergraduate Biology cohort at the University of Melbourne Parkville campus.

School Centre program

  • One 90 minute to 3-hour session at a School Centre every second week (this session serves to reinforce the material covered in the lectures, complete workshop activities and provide individualised support to students).
  • Three 1-hour lectures per week during semester. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.
  • One 2-hour practical class every second week during semester at the University of Melbourne Parkville campus.
  • Practical class sessions will run from 9:00am – 11:00am or 1:00pm – 3:00pm every day of the week during semester and Extension Program students will be assisted in enrolling into their preferred session.

On-campus program

  • Students studying Extension Program Biology as part of the On Campus Program participate as part of the first-year undergraduate Biology cohort at the University of Melbourne Parkville campus.
  • Three 1-hour lectures per week. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.
  • One 1-hour tutorial per week and one 2-hour practical class every second week during semester

More information about this subject area

Visit our Biology homepage, through the School of BioSciences in the Faculty of Science.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: CHEM10003 Chemistry 1
Semester 2: CHEM10004 Chemistry 2

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Chemistry 3/4 and Mathematical Methods 3/4 in Year 11, or enrolment in Mathematical Methods 3/4 in Year 12 after completion of Chemistry 3/4 and Mathematical Methods 1/2 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Chemistry (SL or HL) and IB Mathematics (SL or HL).

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Three 1-hour lectures and one 1-hour tutorial. Six 3-hour practical classes during semester. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject area

Visit the School of Chemistry in the Faculty of Science.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: ECON10004 Introductory Microeconomics
Semester 2: ECON10003 Introductory Macroeconomics

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Economics 3/4 and either Mathematical Methods 3/4 or Specialist Mathematics 3/4 in Year 11 OR enrolment in Economics 3/4 in Year 12 and either Mathematical Methods 3/4 or Specialist Mathematics 3/4 after completion of Economics 1/2 and either Mathematical Methods 1/2 or Specialist Mathematics 1/2 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Economics (SL or HL) and IB Mathematics (SL or HL).

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Two 1-hour lectures and one 1-hour tutorial. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject area

Visit the Department of Economics in the Faculty of Business and Economics.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: ENGR10004 - Engineering Systems Design 1
Semester 2: ENGR10003 - Engineering Systems Design 2

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Mathematical Methods 3/4 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Mathematics (SL or HL).

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Three one-hour lectures and one three-hour workshop per week. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject area

Visit the Melbourne School of Engineering.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: FREN10006 French 5
Semester 2: FREN10007 French 6

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of French 3/4 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB French (SL or HL) in Year 11.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Two 2-hour tutorials.

More information about this subject area

Visit the French Studies information from the School of Languages and Linguistics, Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: FREN20019 French 7
Semester 2: FREN20004 French Translation

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of French 3/4 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB French (SL or HL) in Year 11.

Please note: All applicants will be required to attend an interview and/or complete a placement test to determine whether their proficiency is suitable for Advanced French.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Three hours of language classes.

More information about this subject

Visit the French Studies information from the School of Languages and Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: GERM10006 German 5
Semester 2: GERM10007 German 6

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of German 3/4 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB German (SL or HL) in Year 11.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

One 2-hour seminar and two 1-hour seminars.

More information about this subject area

Visit the German Studies information from the School of Languages and Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: GERM10008: German 7
Semester 2: GERM10009: German 8

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of German 3/4 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB German (SL or HL) in Year 11.

Please note: All applicants will be required to attend an interview and/or complete a placement test to determine whether their proficiency is suitable for Advanced German.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

One 1-hour seminar and one 2-hour seminar per week.

More information about this subject area

Visit the German Studies information from the School of Languages and Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: HEBR10011 Hebrew 5
Semester 2: HEBR10012 Hebrew 6

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Hebrew 3/4 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Hebrew (SL or HL) in Year 11.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
Bialik College, Hawthorn East Scheduled during school hours - not available to external students No fee TBC
Leibler Yavneh College,
Elsternwick
Wednesday 4.30pm - 6.00pm $500 5/2/2019
Mount Scopus Memorial College, Burwood During school hours - not available to external students No fee TBC

Total class hours per week

Four hours of language classes.

More information about this subject area

Visit the program in Jewish Culture and Society from the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: HPSC10002 Science and Pseudoscience
Semester 2: HPSC10001 From Plato to Einstein

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of humanities and/or science subjects in Year 11 and enrolment in 3/4 humanities and/or science subjects in Year 12.

Students may be concurrently enrolled in Units 3/4 VCE Philosophy.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB humanities and/or sciences subjects (SL or HL).

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Two 1-hour lectures and one 1-hour tutorial. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject area

Visit information about the History and Philosophy of Science from the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: INDO10001 Indonesian 3
Semester 2: INDO10002 Indonesian 4

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Indonesian (Second Language) 3/4 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Indonesian (SL or HL) in Year 11.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Two 2-hour seminars.

More information about this subject area

Visit Indonesian Language and Studies information from the Asia Institute in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: ITAL10006 Italian 5
Semester 2: ITAL10007 Italian 6

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of VCE 3/4 Italian in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Italian (SL or HL) in Year 11.

School Centre locationTimetable Annual fee Start date
Penola Catholic College, Broadmeadows Thursday 11am – 12.45pm Nil Mid-February 2019
Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Students may choose to study through a School Centre or as part of the undergraduate Italian 5 and 6 cohort at the University of Melbourne Parkville campus.

School Centre program:

  • One 90 minute to 2 hour session at a School Centre every week (this session serves to reinforce the material covered in the lectures, complete workshop activities and provide individualised support to students).
  • Ten 1-hour lectures per week during semester. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

On-campus program:

One 1.5-hour seminar and one 1-hour conversation class. Ten 1-hour lectures, ten 1-hour multimedia seminars, and five 1-hour tutorials scheduled across the semester. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject area

Visit information about Italian Studies from the School of Languages and Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: JAPN10007 Japanese 3
Semester 2: JAPN10008 Japanese 4

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of VCE Japanese (Second language) 3/4 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Japanese (SL or HL) in Year 11.

Please note: All applicants will be required to attend an interview and/or complete a placement test to determine which Extension Japanese entry point they are eligible for – Japanese, Advanced Japanese or Further Advanced Japanese.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

One 1-hour lecture and two 1.5-hour tutorials. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject

Visit information about Japanese Language and Studies from  the Asia Institute in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: JAPN10003 Japanese 5
Semester 2: JAPN10004 Japanese 6

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Japanese (Second Language) 3/4 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Japanese (SL or HL) in year 11.

Please note: All applicants will be required to attend an interview and/or complete a placement test to determine which Extension Japanese entry point they are eligible for – Japanese, Advanced Japanese or Further Advanced Japanese.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

One 1-hour lecture and two 1.5-hour tutorials. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject

Visit information about Japanese Language and Studies from  the Asia Institute in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: JAPN10005 Japanese 7
Semester 2: JAPN10006 Japanese 8

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Japanese (Second Language) 3/4 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Japanese (SL or HL) in Year 11.

Please note: All applicants will be required to attend an interview and/or complete a placement test to determine which Extension Japanese entry point they are eligible for – Japanese, Advanced Japanese or Further Advanced Japanese.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

One 1-hour lecture and two 1.5-hour tutorials. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject

Visit information about Japanese Language and Studies from  the Asia Institute in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: ENGL10002 Literature and Performance
Semester 2: ENGL10001 Modern and Contemporary Literature

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Literature 3/4 in Year 11 OR enrolment in Literature 3/4 in Year 12 after completion of Literature 1/2.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB English (SL or HL).

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
All classes will take place on campus at the University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Two 1-hour lectures and one 1-hour tutorial. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject area

Visit the School of Culture and Communication in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: MAST10018 Linear Algebra Extension Studies: The subject gives a solid grounding in one of the key areas of modern mathematics needed in science and technology. It develops the concepts of vectors, matrices and the methods of linear algebra. Students should develop the ability to use the methods of linear algebra and will develop a capacity to write mathematical proofs. The topics covered are systems of linear equations, matrices and determinants; vectors in real n-space, cross product, scalar triple product, lines and planes; vector spaces, linear independence, basis, dimension; linear transformations, eigenvalues, eigenvectors; inner products, least squares estimation, symmetric and orthogonal matrices.

Semester 2: MAST10019 Calculus Extension Studies This subject extends knowledge of calculus beyond the standard school curriculum. Students are introduced to hyperbolic functions and their inverses, the complex exponential and functions of two variables. Techniques of differentiation and integration will be extended to these cases.

Students will be exposed to several classes of differential equation models, both first and second order, used to describe various real world systems. The subject also introduces sequences and series including the concepts of convergence and divergence.

Calculus topics include: intuitive idea of limits and continuity of functions of one variable, sequences, series, hyperbolic functions and their inverses, level curves, partial derivatives, chain rules for partial derivatives, directional derivative, tangent planes and extrema for functions of two variables. Integration topics include: techniques of integration and double integrals. Ordinary differential equations topics include: first order (separable, linear via integrating factor), second order constant coefficient (general and particular solutions).

Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Mathematical Methods 3/4 in Year 11 and enrolment in Specialist Mathematics 3/4 in Year 12 OR enrolment in Mathematical Methods 3/4 and Specialist Mathematics 3/4 in Year 12 after completion of Mathematical Methods 1/2 and General Mathematics (Specialist Mathematics orientation) 1/2 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Mathematics (HL).

Please note: VCE applicants with a B+ average in General Mathematics 1/2 will be considered. To be eligible, all other prerequisite mathematics subjects require A/A+ average.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
Braemar College,
Woodend
Tuesday & Thursday 3:45pm - 5:30pm $50 11/2/19
Camberwell Grammar School,
Canterbury
TBC TBC TBC
Gippsland Grammar School,
(Garnsey Campus) Sale
Monday & Wednesday
4:00pm – 6:00pm
$500 (For non-Gippsland Grammar Students) 4/2/19
Melbourne Grammar School,
Melbourne
Wednesday
4:00pm - 6:00pm
No fee 6/2/19
Mill Park Secondary College* Wednesday 1.30pm – 4.30pm $500 February 2019
Overnewton Anglican Community College, Keilor Tuesday
4:00pm - 6:30pm
No fee 11/2/19
Rosehill Secondary College,
Niddrie
Tuesday & Thursday 3:30pm - 5:00pm No fee 5/2/19
St Kevin's College,
Toorak
Wednesday
3:30pm - 6pm
$200 4/2/19
Westbourne Grammar School,
Werribee
Tuesday
4:30pm - 6:30pm
No fee 29/1/19

*Mill Park Secondary College availability subject to completing teacher training

Total class hours per week

2 to 3 hours of classes, depending on the School Centre.

More information about this subject area

Visit the School of Mathematics and Statistics in the Faculty of Science.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: MECM10003 Media and Society
Semester 2: MECM10006 Introduction to Media Writing

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Media 3/4 in Year 11 OR enrolment in Media 3/4 in Year 12 after completion of Media 1/2 in Year 11.

IB requirements

An ‘A’ grade average in one IB SL or HL humanities subject with an essay-writing component.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start Date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Two 1-hour lectures and one 1 hour tutorial.

More information about this subject area

Visit the School of Culture and Communication in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: PHIL10002 Philosophy: The Big Questions
Semester 2: PHIL10003 Philosophy: The Great Thinkers

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

An ‘A’ grade average in one VCE 1/2 or 3/4 humanities subject with an essay-writing component.

Students may be concurrently enrolled in Units 3 and 4 VCE Philosophy

IB requirements

An ‘A’ grade average in one IB SL or HL humanities subject with an essay-writing component.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Two 1-hour lectures and one 1-hour tutorial. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject area

Visit the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies in the Faculty of Arts.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: EVSC10001 The Global Environment
Semester 2: ERTH10002 Understanding Planet Earth

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of one of VCE Mathematical Methods 3/4, Chemistry 3/4, Environmental Science 3/4, Geography 3/4, Biology 3/4 or Physics 3/4 in Year 11

OR enrolment in one of VCE Mathematical Methods 3/4, Chemistry 3/4, Environmental Science 3/4, Geography 3/4, Biology 3/4 or Physics 3/4 in Year 12 after completion of one of Mathematical Methods 1/2, Chemistry 1/2, Environmental Science 1/2, Geography 1/2, Biology 1/2 or Physics 1/2 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in one of IB Mathematics (SL or HL), IB Chemistry (SL or HL), IB Biology (SL or HL) , IB Physics (SL or HL), or IB Geography (SL or HL).

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Three 1-hour lectures and one 2 to 3-hour practical class. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

Note: There may be some flexibility in attendance requirements due to the availability of online material. Final arrangements will depend on the number of students interested in the subject area and their availability to attend scheduled classes. Interested students are strongly encouraged to submit an application.

More information about this subject area

Visit the School of Earth Sciences in the Faculty of Science.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: PHYC10003 Physics 1
Semester 2: PHYC10004 Physics 2: Physical Science and Technology

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Physics 3/4 and Mathematical Methods 3/4 in Year 11 OR enrolment in Physics 3/4 and Mathematical Methods 3/4 in Year 12 after completion of Physics 1/2 and Mathematical Methods 1/2 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Physics (SL or HL) and IB Mathematics (SL or HL).

Please note: Applicants who have not completed Physics 3/4 and Mathematical Methods 3/4 in Year 11 will be required to sit the Extension Physics Selection Test to determine whether their proficiency is equivalent to 3/4 level.

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Tuesday
5:00pm – 7:00pm
No fee TBC

Total class hours per week

One 2-hour theory and demonstration class every Tuesday during the school term. Practical classes will be run during the school holidays at the University of Melbourne Parkville campus in term 1 and term 3.

More information about this subject area

Visit the School of Physics in the Faculty of Science.

Subjects you can take from this area:

Semester 1: PSYC10003 Mind, Brain and Behaviour 1
Semester 2: PSYC10004 Mind, Brain and Behaviour 2

Please refer to the above links for a detailed overview of the subject, including information related to the subject content, assessment criteria and other important subject information. Contact the Extension Program team if you have any questions about this subject area.

VCE requirements

Completion of Psychology 3/4 in Year 11 OR enrolment in Psychology 3/4 in Year 12 after completion of Psychology 1/2 in Year 11.

IB requirements

Enrolment in IB Psychology (SL or HL).

Class location Timetable Annual fee Start date
University of Melbourne,
Parkville
Semester 1
Semester 2
No fee

Semester 1 classes will commence during week of Monday 4 March 2019.

Total class hours per week

Three 1-hour lectures and one 2-hour practical class. Lectures will be recorded and made available online for those students who are unable to attend due to other commitments.

More information about this subject

Visit the School of Psychological Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.