Use the conceptual frameworks in your area of study to develop the analytical and critical capacities you need to apply to the contemporary issues facing your chosen field. This program enables you to gain practical skills that can be applied through internships and placements.
The Graduate Diploma of Arts (Advanced) can also be used as a pathway into a Master of Arts (Advanced Seminar and Shorter Thesis), Master of Arts (Thesis Only), or Doctor of Philosophy
Who is it for?
The Graduate Diploma of Arts (Advanced) is intended for those looking for a specific, professionally-focused stream of study that can also lead to further study. Each course above has its own entry requirements and course structure, which you can read about in the Handbook.
Where will it take me?
On graduation from a Graduate Diploma in Arts (Advanced), you'll be ready for work in professional fields including:
- Publishing and communications
- Arts Policy and management
- Journalism, editing and writing
Graduates from this degree have worked at:
- Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health
- St Albans Secondary College
- Department of Finance and Deregulation
Graduates from this degree have gone on to study:
- Master of Coursework
- Master of Research
- Doctor of Philosophy
- 31 March 2019 for Semester 2, 2019 intake (please note: late applications will be accepted until 31 May 2019)
- 31 October 2019 for Semester 1 2020 intake
- Scholarship deadlines
Later international applications for Semester 2, 2019 may be accepted for some courses through until 31 May 2019. In applying past the deadline, students should take into account student visa deadlines.
International applicants can apply up to one year in advance of their studies. That is, if a student would like to commence in Semester 1, they can apply from Semester 1 of the previous year
- For more detailed information please visit the Graduate Coursework application information web page