The Deakin Exchange program is only open to students from a Deakin University exchange partner. Students applying from an exchange partner institution must be nominated by their home institution's study abroad office.
The Faculty of Arts and Education offers a broad range of programs in the Humanities, Social Sciences and the fields of Government and Community; International Studies; Languages; Communication and Media; and Performing and Creative Arts. The Faculty aims to give students an intellectually exciting educational experience, which at the same time develops the professional and vocational skills, that are essential in the workplace of the 21st century.
The Faculty of Arts and Education is also a major teaching faculty with undergraduate and graduate programs in primary and secondary teaching, adult education and literacy, arts education, curriculum and administration studies, early childhood education, language and literacy education, mathematics education, physical and health education, professional education and training, science education, social education, special educational needs, flexible, online and distance education, TESOL, TLOTE and workplace and vocational education and training.
For further information on Deakin's exchange program including entry requirements, applying, accommodation, orientation trip, campuses and locations, please visit the Study Abroad website.Read More
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Frequently asked questions
What are the key study start dates?
Browse all start and finish dates for Deakin’s main study periods. You’ll also find dates relating to applications and prospective student events, plus a list of all public holidays and study breaks.
How much does it cost to study at Deakin?
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Can I speak to someone in person about my study options?
Yes! We regularly host a range of events including 1:1 consultations and information sessions, to assist you with your study options and career planning. Check out our upcoming events or contact our Prospective Student Enquiry Centre on 1800 693 888 for more information.
Am I eligible for a scholarship with this course?
Scholarships are available for domestic and international students at all study levels. Find a scholarship that works for you.
Can I claim recognition of prior learning (RPL) for this course?
In some courses, you can reduce your overall study time and tuition cost by getting your work and previous study experience recognised as recognition of prior learning (RPL).