Orientation Week 2021

Monday 22 – Friday 26 February 2021

It's time to begin your journey at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music. Our dynamic Orientation program looks a little different this year and will be delivered as a blend on online and on-campus activities. Essential information sessions and opportunities to connect with your community will be presented throughout the week. Be sure to check your discipline specific program carefully and check your student email for any additional requirements and updates!

Use the Handbook to identify the subjects you will take to meet your course requirements and academic goals, then you need to enrol into your subjects via your Study Plan. Enrolling in a subject means that you are officially admitted to study that subject. You can find further information on enrolling here. 

Need any assistance with the process? Support is available via Stop 1.

Get organised and learn more about the  Faculty’s Timetable and Room Bookings system.

The Southbank Hub is the home to University services for all Southbank students. Located in the heart of the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, the Southbank Hub  provides access to vital services and support ranging from Stop 1 student support, library services, counselling, and academic services. Explore the range of services offered both online and on-campus via the Southbank Hub.

Southbank Campus has secure End of Trip Facilities for cyclists. This service is accessible using a registered university student or staff card.

If you are coming to Orientation sessions on public transport, use PTV Journey Planner to plan your travel.

For information on discounted public transport fares, see our page on public transport.

Make sure you know where you are going! Find the rooms and buildings you need via the Southbank campus map and Parkville campus map.

Want to get a feel for some of our key spaces? Explore the campus before you hit the ground  with the  Southbank Virtual Tour.

Before you come to campus, make sure you carefully read our return to campus guidelines to make sure you know your responsibilities to help us keep our campuses safe for everyone. Don’t come to campus if you are unwell.

Find out more about coming to campus on our return to campus page.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Theatre)

Master of Theatre (Directing) (Writing) (Dramaturgy)

Master of Creative Arts Therapy

Master of Music Therapy

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Production)

Master of Production Design

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Animation)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film and Television)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Screenwriting)

Master of Film and Television (Documentary) and (Narrative)

Master of Screenwriting

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Dance)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Animation)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Film and Television)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Screenwriting)

Bachelor of Music (Honours) (Interactive Composition)

Bachelor of Music (Honours) (Jazz and Improvisation)

Bachelor of Music (Honours) (Performance, Composition, Musicology, Ethnomusicology)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Music Theatre)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Visual Art)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Social Practice and Community Engagement)

Bachelor of Music (Interactive Composition)

Bachelor of Music (Jazz and Improvisation)

Bachelor of Music (Performance, Composition, Musicology, Ethnomusicology)

Diploma of Music

Graduate Diploma of Music

Master of Music (Opera Performance)

Master of Music (Performance Teaching)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Music Theatre)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Art)

Graduate Certificate in Visual Art

Master of Contemporary Art

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