Shape your future
Whether you’re looking to take your creative writing to the next level, launch a career in the film industry or preserve historic and cultural artifacts, UC has a degree for you.
We’re in the top 20% of universities nationally for median creative arts graduate salaries and rank number one in the ACT for learner engagement and skills development.*
You’ll gain valuable real-world experiences and graduate highly sought after with well-crafted skills in analysis, creativity, research, critical thinking, intercultural awareness and communication, preparing you for a rewarding career in the creative industries.
*Good Universities Guide, 2022
Get career ready
We’ll connect you directly to industry thanks to our focus on practical learning.
Learn from the best
Our teachers and guest lecturers are some of the best and brightest in the arts sector.
Build your degree
Select the subjects that most interest you with our range of elective options.
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Our learning spaces
Heritage and Conservation Lab
Our state-of-the-art conservation lab is equipped with the tools and machines needed to analyse, restore, and prepare heritage artefacts.
Our TV studio is used for training in a wide variety of production scenarios, with a focus on film and digital media production.
Media Resource Centre
Equipped with professional gear for film production and cutting-edge technology for digital media production, our resource centre allows you to bring your creative ideas to life.
The home of creative education
Develop your talents and get industry ready with UC. You will have access to an expansive suite of technology and equipment to help you bring your ideas to life.
Do you have personal or school-based projects you’re proud of? Bypass standard university admissions by submitting five pieces of your most accomplished work in the arts.
Get industry ready
Immerse yourself in practical learning from day one thanks to our hands-on approach to learning. Get your hands-dirty with work-based projects and Work Integrated Learning that will teach you technical skills alongside soft skills such as communication, presentation and managing stakeholders.
From the second half of your study, you’ll take your classroom knowledge to the workplace in a real-life industry setting, giving you the chance to make industry contacts and network with potential employers.
"I loved being in the university environment, having tutors that loved to talk, interact and workshop rather than just telling us how to do something."
Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing)