Broaden your horizons with a Postgraduate qualification in the Arts.
Selection criteria for each program differ, but the standard prerequisite is a completed Bachelor's degree (in any field of study) with at least a credit average.
|Art History||Environmental Policy and Management|
|Curatorial and Museum Studies||Music|
|Translation and Transcultural Communication|
Applications for postgraduate coursework programs are made through SATAC .
Application closing dates, offer dates and commencement dates vary amongst postgraduate programs. Please refer the the SATAC website for details.
International applicants apply directly to the University.
For more information, please visit the University's International Students page.
If you would like more specific information about any of our programs, please contact the relevant coordinator.
|Arts||Dr Wayne Errington|
|Art History||Assoc Prof Catherine Speck|
|Curatorial and Museum Studies||Assoc Prof Catherine Speck|
|Master of Education||Dr Edward Palmer|
|Master of Teaching||Dr Stephanie Eglinton-Warner|
|Environmental Policy and Management||Dr Douglas Bardsley|
|Music||Assoc Prof Kimi Coaldrake|
|Translation and Transcultural Communication||Dr Ning Zhang|
Supervision is available in the Faculty of Arts to support postgraduate students in areas as diverse as History, Creative Writing, Liguistics and Geographical Information Systems.
How to Apply
All postgraduate research affairs are administered by the Graduate Centre. Please contact the Graduate Centre for general enquiries regarding application and procedures, or visit the Graduate Centre website for further information.
Considering a research Higher Degree?
Contact the relevant Research Coordinator.