Get a sense of the kinds of courses we offer.
Melbourne Masterclass: The Terracotta Warriors
A Masterclass in partnership with the NGV exploring the Terracotta Warriors through short lectures, panel discussions and gallery floor talks.
Melbourne Masterclass: 10 Great Books 2019
The book club to end all book clubs.
Summer Intensive: The History of News from Street Ballads to Social Media
A summer intensive course providing an overview of important trends in the history of news over the last 500 years.
Short Course: The Galileo Affair
A short course focusing on the ‘Galileo Affair’, one of the most fascinating episodes in the history of science.
Melbourne Masterclass: "Paris is the World"
A summer intensive exploring the history of Old Regime and revolutionary Paris (17th and 18th centuries). Held at The University of Melbourne and the National Gallery of Victoria.
Short Course: Unearthing Pompeii
A journey through the perpetual unearthing of Pompeii and examine its history, buildings, public and private spheres of everyday life, recreation, entertainment and art.
Melbourne Masterclass: MoMA at NGV
A four-week masterclass in partnership with the NGV exhibition 'MoMA at NGV: 130 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art'.
Masterclass: Treasures from the Palace of Versailles
Unique insights from some of the University’s most preeminent scholars who will discuss the colourful history of Versailles, as well as the artistic achievements and cultural life in the court of Louis XIV.
Classics Summer School
The Classics Summer School is a chance for anyone to learn a little more about the ancient world by taking some informal courses over the summer.
Melbourne Masterclass: Van Gogh's Four Seasons
A Melbourne Masterclass exploring the life and art of one of the most recognisable artists of the 20th century, Vincent van Gogh.
Melbourne Masterclasses: Pivotal Elections in American Politics
The United States of America will elect its 45th president on November 8, 2016. In the lead up to this significant moment in history, the Faculty of Arts will present a four-part masterclass.