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At the Faculty of Arts, we are committed to exploring the key contemporary social and political issues of our times to create a better world.

We provide outstanding teaching, research and engagement to enrich the arts and the surrounding community.

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Study at the Faculty of Arts and open up a world of opportunities.

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From our groundbreaking research to supporting the wider community, we are proud to work closely with government, industry and alumni.

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Are you a current arts student? We can help you with your study plans, enrolment clashes, degree checks and study overseas enquiries.

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Our research

Our research is committed to making a difference in society. We have many researchers across a range of expertise.

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Undergraduate

We offer many different courses. Study your passion in the arts and the career will find you.

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

Postgraduate

Expand your knowledge and become more employable with a postgraduate course.

POSTGRADUATE COURSES

Latest news

07

Apr

Emeritus Professor Purnendra Jain awarded the Order of the Rising Sun

Japanese Consul-General holds Order of the Rising Sun award ceremony for Emeritus Professor Purnendra Jain in Adelaide

17

Mar

Amelia Rungkat: Student Volunteer of the Year 2020

Congratulations to our very own Amelia Rungkat who was awarded Student Volunteer of the Year 2020.

15

Mar

Adelaide to Shanghai: Taking Australia’s game to the world

On February 19 , Wakefield Press held a book launch for Andrew Hunter’s Port Adelaide to Shanghai: Taking Australia’s game to the world.

15

Mar

Cassie Ackerman shares about her Adelaide Festival internship

Last year Bachelor of Media (Marketing) student Cassie Ackerman was an intern at the Adelaide Festival. This year, she has a job as the Marketing Coordinator at the Adelaide Festival Centre – before she’s even finished her degree.

15

Mar

Participants Wanted: Study of Audience Perceptions of Vlogging

Seeking participants aged 18-34 years old, who are frequent viewers of YouTube videos and fluent in English. Participants will be asked to take part in one 2-hour focus group with snacks provided.

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Upcoming events

10

May

Department of History Seminar: Mourning the Dead: New Guinea Villagers and the Pacific War

Associate Professor Christine Winter will present and lead a fascinating discussion concerning - ‘Mourning the Dead: New Guinea Villagers and the Pacific War’
 

12

May

Research Seminar: Enhancing school – university pre-service teacher professional experience with online wellbeing masterclasses during COVID-19

Over the past ten years, the topics of character, resilience, and wellbeing in education have drawn attention by school leaders, teachers and policymakers; however, there is a gap between the developments in schools and how initial teacher education at universities have responded.

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