Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Art

Monash University

CAULFIELD EAST, VIC, Australia

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International (Estimated)
A$28,100 / year
Domestic (Estimated)
A$26,900 / year
IELTS
6.5
ATAR
75.00


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Course at a glance
Field of study
Humanities and social sciences
Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Duration (Int'l)
208 Weeks
Duration (Dom)
208 Weeks
Study mode (Int'l)
Full Time, Part Time
Study mode (Dom)
Full Time, Part Time
Intake
FEB
Course description
Faculty

We offer both first (or undergraduate) degree courses, as well as a range of graduate coursework and research programs.

At Monash Arts, we are committed to providing you not just with an excellent academic education, but also with an enjoyable educational experience that combines intellectual stimulation with social interaction and engagement with the wider world.

Our large and diverse Faculty is particularly strong in the humanities, performing arts, languages and social sciences, and encourages the development of cutting-edge studies that operate at the intersection of traditional academic disciplines.

You will find that our courses are rigorous and stimulating, preparing you for further study, or for a career in the global economy.

The Monash Arts community is spread across our Australian and overseas campuses, and includes distance education students across the nation and around the world.

Course

This double degree course will immerse you in a range of conceptual and practical approaches to art making through workshops and classes to help develop your studio practice

Entry requirement

  • Duration: 15-20 minutes

    The interview will be as informal as possible. There is no need to rehearse - just be yourself. Demonstrate that you have the ability to commit yourself to an intensive program of study and the potential to utilise what Monash offers for your personal, intellectual, professional and artistic development.

    We're looking for your enthusiasm for your chosen discipline. We hope you've begun to explore your ambitions at school and outside of the school curriculum as well. We want to see experimentation and curiosity in your attitudes and work and that you can express form and ideas through both drawing and making. We hope you have an enthusiasm for particular artists or designers.

    Typically there will be two interviewers present who will direct the interview, often studying through your folio while asking you questions at the same time.

    Explain your work and why you made certain decisions about how it turned out. For the Bachelor of Architectural Design you'll have an opportunity to tell us about the ideas you explored in the pre-selection activity. The interview also allows you to demonstrate your communication skills while discussing your background, enthusiasm, and motivations.

    You'll have the opportunity to tell us about a product, designer, artist or architect that has inspired you, promote your achievements, awards, prizes and let us know about your interests beyond your discipline of choice.

    At the end you will be asked if you have any questions. Have some prepared. Interview the interviewers. Ask questions about aspects of the degree and demonstrate you've researched Monash and the course.

    Your folio should include 10 to 15 major examples of your best creative works and additional minor pieces. A well-presented folio demonstrates that you value your work and tells us we should value your work too.

    Presentation

    Please present your drawings in either an A1 or A0 folio. Don't worry about mounting them. Plastic leaved folios are ok but loose leaf is also fine. Include original works instead of photos where possible - if 3-dimensional works are easily carried bring them along.

    You must also supply us with a digital copy of your folio for our record. You can provide this to us on the day of your interview on USB or CD-ROM. We prefer individual images be saved as JPEG, PNG, or TIFF and videos as H.264 MOV or MP4. Alternately, your folio can be saved as a single PDF or DOCX file.

    If you are attending multiple interviews, you can choose to submit only one copy or multiple copies if you are presenting significantly different folios.

    What should I include in my folio?

    Your folio should reflect you: your interests, your practice and your ambitions. You can include many different types of work in your folio depending on your discipline of choice. It can include some of (but not necessarily all of):

    • 3D or sculptural objects
    • Art pieces
    • Colour and pattern
    • Demonstrate good quality line work and shading
    • Development pages and initial plans
    • Drawings (2D, 3D, and in perspective)
    • Image making
    • Layout and typography
    • Narratives and story-telling
    • Paintings
    • Photography, illustration, collage, digital works
    • Videos and animations

    Journal

    The journal is very important. This should contain your exploration of ideas, and document works or exhibitions you have seen. It is a portable laboratory of your search and experiments. Interviewers always look carefully at the journals you bring in as they reveal your thinking, capacity for curiosity and experimentation.

  • 6.5 Academic IELTS, with no band score less than 6
  • If you would like to study in Australia at a university or tertiary level then you may be eligible for the Higher Education Sector Visa (subclass 573) or Postgraduate Research Sector Visa (subclass 574). If your intention is to study a non-award foundation studies course or components of a course (other than English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) that does not lead to an award then the Non Award Sector visa (subclass 575) may suit your needs. For those who intend to come to Australia to undertake English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) the Independent ELICOS Sector visa (subclass 57) provides this option. In some cases it is possible to package your studies on the one visa subclass. For more information please see Course packaging. Eligible student visa applicants from participating education providers may also be able to apply for Streamlined student visa processing. If you have finished your studies and wish to work in Australia temporarily, please see Post-study work arrangements or our Working visas. ; See more at http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Stud
  • Duration: 15-20 minutes

    The interview will be as informal as possible. There is no need to rehearse - just be yourself. Demonstrate that you have the ability to commit yourself to an intensive program of study and the potential to utilise what Monash offers for your personal, intellectual, professional and artistic development.

    We're looking for your enthusiasm for your chosen discipline. We hope you've begun to explore your ambitions at school and outside of the school curriculum as well. We want to see experimentation and curiosity in your attitudes and work and that you can express form and ideas through both drawing and making. We hope you have an enthusiasm for particular artists or designers.

    Typically there will be two interviewers present who will direct the interview, often studying through your folio while asking you questions at the same time.

    Explain your work and why you made certain decisions about how it turned out. For the Bachelor of Architectural Design you'll have an opportunity to tell us about the ideas you explored in the pre-selection activity. The interview also allows you to demonstrate your communication skills while discussing your background, enthusiasm, and motivations.

    You'll have the opportunity to tell us about a product, designer, artist or architect that has inspired you, promote your achievements, awards, prizes and let us know about your interests beyond your discipline of choice.

    At the end you will be asked if you have any questions. Have some prepared. Interview the interviewers. Ask questions about aspects of the degree and demonstrate you've researched Monash and the course.

    Your folio should include 10 to 15 major examples of your best creative works and additional minor pieces. A well-presented folio demonstrates that you value your work and tells us we should value your work too.

    Presentation

    Please present your drawings in either an A1 or A0 folio. Don't worry about mounting them. Plastic leaved folios are ok but loose leaf is also fine. Include original works instead of photos where possible - if 3-dimensional works are easily carried bring them along.

    You must also supply us with a digital copy of your folio for our record. You can provide this to us on the day of your interview on USB or CD-ROM. We prefer individual images be saved as JPEG, PNG, or TIFF and videos as H.264 MOV or MP4. Alternately, your folio can be saved as a single PDF or DOCX file.

    If you are attending multiple interviews, you can choose to submit only one copy or multiple copies if you are presenting significantly different folios.

    What should I include in my folio?

    Your folio should reflect you: your interests, your practice and your ambitions. You can include many different types of work in your folio depending on your discipline of choice. It can include some of (but not necessarily all of):

    • 3D or sculptural objects
    • Art pieces
    • Colour and pattern
    • Demonstrate good quality line work and shading
    • Development pages and initial plans
    • Drawings (2D, 3D, and in perspective)
    • Image making
    • Layout and typography
    • Narratives and story-telling
    • Paintings
    • Photography, illustration, collage, digital works
    • Videos and animations

    Journal

    The journal is very important. This should contain your exploration of ideas, and document works or exhibitions you have seen. It is a portable laboratory of your search and experiments. Interviewers always look carefully at the journals you bring in as they reveal your thinking, capacity for curiosity and experimentation.

  • Semester one (February)

    Applications for on campus studies should be made online through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre.

    Semester two (July)

    This course is not available for Second Semester (July) entry

    Course codes for applying directly to Monash:

    • Visual arts - A20051
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