International Study Programs by Area of Study

Are you looking to extend yourself within your Major or Specialisation by studying overseas? To help you choose an overseas program that best fits your studies,  Arts Learning Abroad has developed advising pages providing specific advice for your course and area of study!

Advice for Bachelor of Global Studies students

As a Bachelor of Global Studies student, you are in a unique position of having overseas study built directly into your course, so we have developed some specific advice to help you plan your experience

Advice for Bachelor of Global Studies students

Advice by Major, Minor and Specialisation

Below you will find information relevant to each Major, Minor and Specialisation within the Faculty of Arts.

Ancient Cultures

Anthropology

Australia in the World

Behavioural Studies

Chinese Studies

Communications and Media Studies

Criminology

Cultural Economy – Masters only

Electives – Arts

Electives – Open

English as an International Language

Film and Screen Studies

French Studies

German Studies

Global Cultural Literacies

History

Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Human Geography

Human Rights

Indigenous Culture and Histories

Indonesian Studies

International Development – Masters only

International Relations

International Studies

Italian Studies

Japanese Studies

Jewish Studies

Journalism

Korean Studies

Linguistics

Literary Studies

Music

Philosophy

Politics

Psychology

Religious Studies

Sociology

Spanish and Latin American Studies

Tourism – Masters only

Ukrainian Studies