Art History and Art Curatorship
In an increasingly image-based culture, including a rapidly expanding museum and gallery industry, techniques in visual literacy are essential for a variety of professions as well as for daily life.
Arts and Cultural Management
This vocationally-orientated program delivers transferrable skills you can apply across a broad range of art form contexts including film, theatre, dance, music and the visual arts.
Australian Indigenous studies
An exciting interdisciplinary program that offers students an opportunity to learn about the history and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Creative Writing at The University of Melbourne offers students an exciting environment in which to develop essential skills in creative writing. Our academic staff are widely published writers and leading researchers.
English and Theatre studies
Recognised nationally and internationally for its innovative teaching, scholarship and research; listed at 21 in the QS World University Rankings for 2017
Gender studies (Interdisciplinary program)
The Gender studies program at The University of Melbourne offers students the potential to learn about issues such as sexual difference, gender equity, queer politics, and sexuality, from a variety of thought-provoking and provocative perspectives.
Media and Communications
This dynamic program offers students a critical understanding of this fast changing area. Close links with media professionals enable students to develop the blend of conceptual and practical skills required for successful careers in media and other industries.
Publishing and Communication
We equip students with globally-recognised skills to enable them to pursue a career in book, magazine, digital and web-based publishing, and professional communications.
Screen and Cultural studies
Offering studies across a range of screen media, analysing their histories, evolution and embedding in everyday life. The program encourages students to explore a variety of cultural texts, sites and practices from a range of interpretive angles.