Providing Pathways for your future
The Bachelor of Arts (Extended) is a four-year degree for Australian Indigenous students that will provide a pathway to embark on careers that build on a strong Arts background. The Bachelor offers over 30 areas of study including Asian studies, European languages, communications, philosophy and political science and are examples of the many specialisations that you can study.
As a student of this program you will have access to a range of opportunities available to Bachelor of Arts (BArts) students including opportunities for: Study Abroad, Scholarships and Prizes, Work Integrated Learning (Internships) opportunities as well as career opportunities.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts (Extended) will be equipped to enter into professional careers, or pursue further graduate study. Through our graduate schools, we offer programs across arts and cultural management, government, media and communications, and the social sciences
The Bachelor of Arts (Extended) is a course for motivated and aspiring Indigenous students who have not obtained the results for direct entry into the Bachelor of Arts. Students who receive an ATAR score of more than 50 are encouraged to apply. The Bachelor of Arts (Extended) is a four-year program that aims to build a strong foundation for success across a range of disciplines.
The course facilitates a supported transition to University through the provision of an additional study year specifically designed to develop appropriate academic skills for success at University. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students will access specialised academic support through foundation studies in key areas such as academic literacy, communication and performance, literature, philosophy and environmental studies. These subjects will be taught by the Trinity College Foundation Studies program in co-operation with staff from the Faculty of Arts.
Once students have completed the first year of the Bachelor of Arts (Extended), they will move into a standard Bachelor of Arts course structure and choose units depending on the desired career path. There are over 30 disciplines to choose from and these include Australian Indigenous studies, history, psychology, languages, criminology and many more. For more information please visit the majors web page.
In addition, students will be supported through the Murrup Barak centre, as well as living in one of the colleges affiliated with the University of Melbourne.