Why study Arts ?
Studying a Bachelor of Arts at The University of Western Australia lets you cultivate your passions while developing the transferable skills that employers need and an Arts degree provides.
Transferable skills are sometimes referred to as 'people skills' because they're about personal attributes that are essential in every industry. Importantly, these skills can never be automated, ensuring you’ll be ready and well equipped for work.
- Strong reasoning ability
- Problem solving and investigation
- Critical and creative thinking
- Teamwork skills
- Written and verbal presentation skills
- Self-management and self-motivation
- Emotional judgement and professional ethics
- Time management and ability to work under pressure
- Decisiveness and conflict resolution
- Flexibility and adaptability
- Responsibility and leadership
- Complex and analytical reasoning
Developing your transferable skills experience via UWA's Bachelor of Arts will set you apart from the competition while preparing you for the jobs of the future.
As a Bachelor of Arts graduate, you can choose from a multitude of professional pathways. For example, Bachelor of Arts graduates are eligible to apply for a wide range of postgraduate arts courses, as well as professional postgraduate degrees in Law, Medicine, Engineering (if they also hold a major in Engineering Science) and many other areas.
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- Anthropology and Sociology
- Asian Studies
- Classics and Ancient History
- Communication and Media Studies
- English and Cultural Studies
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- 36 months
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
CRICOS Code: 00126G
To be considered for this course you need to:
- achieve the University’s minimum entry score (ATAR of 80 or equivalent)
- demonstrate English language competence
- satisfy any prerequisites for your preferred majors
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.