See the world
Our arts and humanities students go on amazing adventures. Your opportunities could include semester exchanges, intensive overseas units – where you might tour literary and theatrical landmarks in New York or follow 600-year-old flood markers around Rome – or studying a Core Curriculum unit at our Rome Campus or in Beijing, Leeds, Paris or New York.Study overseas
A personal touch
Small classes sizes and engaging teaching staff who know your name make studying arts and humanities at ACU a quality experience. Our staff are widely and well-published researchers and practitioners in their chosen field and are recognised for their teaching excellence as well as their commitment to creating a supportive, personalised learning environment.
Work hard in your first year and you may be invited to join the National School of Arts’ Scholars Program. The small group of students invited into this annual program have the chance to work with the school’s top research staff and to devise and complete an individual research project with a mentor.
We'll work with you from day one to ensure you’re ready for a rewarding career after graduation. Our Arts Advantage Program will give you the tools to confidently step into the job market. You can also volunteer at a non-profit organisation to build on-the-job skills, or be a part of the Big Idea – a social enterprise competition designed to provide innovative ideas to help homeless, marginalised and disadvantaged Australians. Past students have volunteered with organisations such as local charities, youth theatre groups, animal welfare groups, community radio, refugee support groups and museums.