Whether you're interested in the visual arts, performing arts, digital media, social work or even psychology studies, we have a huge range of arts courses on offer. You can study at short course, TAFE, degree or postgraduate level.
Our graduates find employment opportunities across the following sectors:
- non-government organisations
- not-for-profit companies
- private companies
- art galleries and studios.
Short courses 1 course
Bachelor degrees (undergraduate) 11 courses
Make a difference with this Community Development course by aiming for an ethical and worthwhile career building strong, sustainable communities in Australia.
Prepare for a fascinating career in the justice system or community welfare, with VU's Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Psychological Studies.
Postgraduate 8 courses
Pursue a career as a community psychologist. Become a part of a vibrant learning environment where your psychology skills and knowledge will be directed towards applied community psychology.
Enhance your career options as a digital media practitioner and become a leader in a global industry with the Graduate Certificate in Digital Media.
Explore the processes and theory behind digital transformation and position yourself as digital media practitioner with the Graduate Certificate in Digital Media.
Shake up the digital media landscape and be at the forefront of this rapidly-moving, global industry with VU's Master of Digital Media.
Further your career in international humanitarian and development aid with the Graduate Certificate in International Community Development.
Take an important role in community development. Get involved in social change, human rights, and sustainable development at a global or local level.
Become a leader in social change, human rights and sustainable development at a global or local level, with the Master of International Community Development.
Postgraduate research 5 courses
Our Office for Research provides support to our current and future researchers, such as:
- identify a research topic
- find a supervisor
- apply for research supervision or grants.
Learn best-practice research methods, then apply them to ground-breaking study, with an integrated PhD in society and culture.
Studying at VULearn more about studying at VU as a non-resident:
VU provided me with a great opportunity to learn and achieve different successes during my two years here in Australia. There are many practical units provided which help me gain more insight into real-world work experience and deliver a strong foundation for students like me to be successful in their career pathway.Niru Tripathi