The latest QS World University's Top 100 Australian Universities for Art, Design and Architecture major
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IELTS 6.0~6.5 or equivalent approved English test
Academic entry requirement for undergraduate needs to have completed High school (Gaosan)/Gaokao/Foundation/Diploma.
Academic entry requirement for postgraduate needs to have completed an undergraduate degree at university level.
Some courses need related working experience.
Students who graduates 3 years vocational college in China can apply for qualifying program then enter master course.
Some course applications require portfolios
Art design: fashion designer, illustrator, graphic designer, animation and game designer, etc. Architecture: architect, construction procurement, drafter, interior designer, architectural designer, etc.
Students graduated from a bachelor or master degree who meet the requirements can apply for a graduation working visa for 2 to 3 years. The Architecture is one of the immigration major on the independent skilled immigration list.
Recommended Universities and Popular Courses
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Bachelor of fashion (Design)
Master of communication Design
Art and design is the No. 1 in Australia and Top 12 in the world, the ranking only second to the Oxford University (Top 10).
All majors related to art and design are Studio Based, and the creative atmosphere is relaxed and strong.
The University of New South Wales
Bachelor of Design/Bachelor of Commerce
Master of Design
Ranking the 7th in Australia and 43rd in the world.
UNSW undergraduate design degree offers dual degree options. In addition, the school has independently built an art campus, with 4 professional directions : the College of Fine Arts,
Art Theory, Design, Fine Arts and Media.
The University of Melbourne
Master of Architecture
Master of Landscape Architecture
University of Melbourne has always ranked first in Australia for its architecture major.
The University of Melbourne school of Architecture is also one of the oldest schools in the University of Melbourne