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 Study Aboriginal & Australian Studies UniSA.

Aboriginal Knowledges is becoming increasingly valuable across a range of industries and sectors in Australia. The Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Cultures and Australian Society) will give you the opportunity to undertake study in a broad range of disciplines, relevant to Aboriginal Knowledges such as health, law, history, education, environment, policy and research. 

Aboriginal & Australian Studies programs

Enrolment Key

Open for Midyear entry

Open for 2018 enrolment

Undergraduate programs

Double degree programs

Research programs



Key Features

  • You will have the opportunity to work within the community while learning from highly respected Indigenous professionals and academic staff
  • Study professional majors in Indigenous Knowledges, Australian Studies or Australian history
  • Pathway to become a teacher



Torston, Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Cultures and Australian Society)

“I now understand so much more about Australia, its people and its history. I can’t wait to see where my degree will take me.”

Career opportunities

Graduates may find employment in roles such as:

  • Community organisations
  • Consultancy
  • Education
  • Government
  • Health
  • History
  • Policy development
  • Social work

International Handbook

International Handbook

Embark on a journey with limitless possibilities and graduate ready to take on the world. Download our International Handbook and explore your study and career options. 

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Our Indigenous Engagement

Australian Studies

The University of South Australia has long been engaged in the education and employment of Indigenous Australians.

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