Information and support for you:
Resources and support for students commencing or currently studying a Bachelor of Arts.
Find out more about applying for our coursework programs and how you can make the most of your program as a student.
Make the most of your research program. Find out what you need to know about maintaining and changing your enrollment, as well as resources and opportunities to assist your research journey.
The Handbook is the official source of course and subject information.
My course planner
My Course Planner can help you to plan your subjects for different majors, minors and specialisations in a number of undergraduate and graduate courses.
Scholarships and prizes
The Faculty of Arts offers a unique range of scholarships to provide scholars with opportunities for development and research in the humanities, social sciences and languages.
Information for international students
Find information and support specifically for international students.
Work Integrated Learning
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) facilitates internships and other forms of work experience for students in the Faculty of Art.
The Faculty of Arts runs a number of overseas subjects around the world, in collaboration with partner universities. Overseas subjects typically run for a week and may also involve industry visits and cultural excursions.
Academic Advising is an important initiative to connect academics and students. The relationship between yourself and your academic adviser is a mentoring relationship, and your adviser will be an ongoing and supportive contact during your time at the University.
Book a room or equipment
Find information about booking Faculty of Arts’ teaching spaces or loaning audio visual equipment.
Arts West building disability access
Information about disability access in Arts West (Building 148)
Dean's Honours List 2022
Our Dean's Honours List recognises the exceptional efforts and abilities of the highest-achieving students in the Faculty of Arts.
Arts Student Forum
In 2021, the Faculty of Arts is launching the Student Forum. The Forum will be a formal platform for regular, on-going conversations between students and Faculty staff.
FAQs for current students at University of Melbourne
Diversity & inclusion at Arts
There are a range of resources, groups, and services, both within the University and with external organisations, that may assist underrepresented and marginalised communities and their allies.
Manage your course
Access course admin information, including planning, enrolment, timetabling, exams, results, graduation and more.
Health & wellbeing services
Explore our online resources or discover professional support available for your mental and physical wellbeing.
Find faculty staff
Find contact information for academic staff at the Faculty.