Breadth studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music allow students from a variety of backgrounds to continue their interest in the arts or develop new skills and passions alongside their undergraduate degree.
Some subjects are suitable for beginners, others need a level of experience. The available options span dance, Indigenous arts and culture, interdisciplinary arts, film and television, music theatre, production, theatre and visual art.
Some are delivered through a traditional lecture-based format, while others are practically focused to give you hands-on experience. Subjects are taught on the Parkville and Southbank campuses and in many cases classes are also attended by Faculty students. As a breadth student you will be welcomed into our community of artists, performers, students and lecturers.
Benefits of Breadth Studies
Ancient and Contemporary Indigenous Arts
Each year, the Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development takes University of Melbourne students out on Country. Mireille Stahle joined the team in Yorta Yorta Country for a deep dive into Indigenous cultures and artistic practices.Read More
Find your subject
An ambitious $200 million capital works project is nearing completion at the University's Southbank campus to boost the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music’s standing as a world-leading arts education institution with cutting-edge facilities and strong industry links, right in the heart of Melbourne’s reinvigorated and thriving Arts Precinct.Explore