The Faculty of Arts is committed to developing mutually beneficial relationships and partnerships with Australian and international business, government, and non-government organisations.
International Engagement aims to enhance teaching and research relationships with colleagues around the world. It covers a wide variety of projects embedded in the Indonesia, Latin America and China, as well as key international partnerships and research / commercial international engagement opportunities.
Alumni and Friends
With over 70,000 Faculty of Arts graduates worldwide, our network of alumni and friends make a significant and valuable contribution to the broader community through leadership and excellence. Over its 150-year history, the Faculty has produced leaders in a wide range of fields, including government, business, the arts and media, community and not-for-profit organisations.
Extended and Community Learning Programs
Extended and Community Learning Programs in the Faculty of Arts are high-quality, educational experiences and enrichment opportunities, designed for alumni and the general public for all stages in life to pursue professional and personal interests through curated programs. These programs are led by some of the University's most celebrated scholars and are developed in collaboration with cultural partners and industry experts.
Teaching and learning
Information and resources for prospective Casual Academic Staff and existing staff. These resources will help in the design and implementation of curriculum and effective teaching strategies in the humanities, social sciences and languages. Other resources such as professional development opportunities are designed to support staff in building careers of teaching excellence.
Work with us
Casual academic staff are required for the 2017 Summer semester. Please see the standardised position description. All applications are completed online.
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Your generosity makes an enormous difference to the development of our students, providing them with the opportunities to enrich and extend their learning.
The Faculty of Arts is comprised of two graduate schools and five academic schools.
Engage with our staff
A list of professional Engagement staff within the Faculty of Arts.