You’re considered an International student if you are a citizen of a country other than Australia or New Zealand.
Our innovative contemporary art qualifications let you focus on an area of particular interest to you. You can choose to study ceramics, drawing, glass, jewellery and metal, new media arts, painting, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, and contemporary art history and theory.
As part of your studies we make sure you get lots of intensive studio time, with access to stimulating, custom-built studio spaces. You will be taught by practicing artists, researchers and acclaimed academics, and will learn in on-campus workshops and design studios.
You could also use your contemporary art qualification as a pathway to further study, for example combined with a Master of Teaching (Secondary) you can become a secondary art teacher.
12018 QS World Subject Rankings
2 QILT: Graduate Destinations Survey 2015 and Graduate Outcomes Survey 2016-17 – Full-time Employment Indicator. Public SA-founded universities only.
Building your career is our business. We're number one in South Australia for art and design. With 97 per cent of our assessed research at or above world class2, you can be confident that you'll learn advanced art and research skills of the highest standard.
You’ll be taught by industry professionals. Our academics have a very practical approach to learning and you’ll work on real projects and get real experience. We’ve also invested millions of dollars in new buildings and facilities, so you’ll use the latest technologies and learn in ultra-modern teaching spaces.
We’re Australia’s youngest university to receive five-stars in research3 and this excellence shines through our teaching. Our people are inspired by challenges and opportunities. We partner with local icons and international industry professionals to focus on real world projects.
1 QS World Subject Rankings 2018
2 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)
3 2015 QS Rankings
Contemporary artists are highly creative, highly motivated, disciplined and committed. To succeed in this creative profession you need to be willing to take risks, push boundaries and experiment with materials, textures and subject matter. Careers to consider:
We are a globally connected university and our staff and students come from over 90 countries. We have more than 2,500 industry and professional relationships that support student internships, research and community engagement.
Hear from Emma as she shares her experiences studying at UniSA and her journey as a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Glass) graduate.