Deakin University

 

Deakin University, Australia

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A high quality education, excellent employment prospects and a university experience you will love – that’s what Deakin University has to offer.

Deakin University, Australia, is ranked in the Top 1% of universities worldwide (ShanghaiRankings), and is among the top 50 young universities in the world (QS, Times Higher Education).

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Our degrees are world-class and we are on an impressive upward trajectory in global subject rankings. Deakin is ranked in the Top 1% of all universities worldwide in 24 study areas, including business, computer science, education, law, medicine, nursing, public health, and more.

Deakin’s approach to learning puts the emphasis on practical experience and our curriculum is informed by the best in industry. Whatever degree you choose, industry placements will give you the opportunity to apply your knowledge and explore your career options. And through our unique DeakinTALENT services you will be able to directly connect with employers, and will offer you opportunities and tools to build your experience and prepare for your graduate job search.

Deakin has four modern, fully equipped campuses and an innovative online learning environment (Cloud Campus). We have invested in the latest technology, state-of-the-art learning tools and facilities to ensure our students are equipped with the skills and knowledge required for the jobs of tomorrow.

But we offer more than just a quality Australian degree. Students can get involved through more than 150 clubs and societies, or make use of Deakin’s wide range of student support services.

You don’t just study a degree at Deakin University – you get a life-changing experience while investing in your career.

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Bachelor of Arts Programs

SPSCC has articulation agreements with Deakin University in these programs:

Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing program at Deakin University, students must successfully complete the Associate in Arts degree at SPSCC, having taken specific courses as outlined in the Articulation Agreement (see below).

Articulation Agreement
Please note: either Deakin University or SPSCC can terminate the articulation agreement at any time. It is vital the student notifies Deakin University during the application process that the student is applying by means of this specific articulation agreement. Students that have completed the AA degree at SPSCC may be accepted into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing program subject to the same requirements as outlined on the Deakin University website for applying students.

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing degree at Deakin University, the SPSCC student must successfully complete the SPSCC Associate in Arts degree. In conjunction with the degree, students must have successfully passed the following courses:

  • ENGL&101, English Composition I
  • ENGL&102, Composition II
  • ENGL&112, Introduction to Fiction
  • ENGL&113, Introduction to Poetry
  • ENGL 198, Writing Lab
  • ENGL&236, Creative Writing I: Fiction
  • ENGL&237, Creative Writing II: Poetry
  • ENGL&238, Creative Writing III: Creative Non-Fiction
  • ENGL 246, Advanced Creative Writing: Prose

Note: SPSCC Associate in Arts graduates must commence their studies in Trimester 2 at Deakin University in order to complete the Deakin bachelor degree program in 1.5 years.

Note: SPSCC Associate in Arts graduates can request the granting of reduced Deakin credits for prior learning from 12 to 8 if they wish to take advantage of Australian post-study work rights, which enables international students to legally work in Australia for two years after they have completed the equivalent of two years of full-time tertiary study in Australia. (Australian post-study work rights current as of April, 2019 and subject to change according to Australian law).

Bachelor of Arts in Drama

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Drama program at Deakin University, students must successfully complete the Associate in Arts degree at SPSCC, having taken specific courses as outlined in the Articulation Agreement (see below).

Articulation Agreement
Please note: either Deakin University or SPSCC can terminate the articulation agreement at any time. It is vital the student notifies Deakin University during the application process that the student is applying by means of this specific articulation agreement. Students that have completed the AA degree at SPSCC may be accepted into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Drama program subject to the same requirements as outlined on the Deakin University website for applying students.

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Drama degree at Deakin University, the SPSCC student must successfully complete the SPSCC Associate in Arts degree. In conjunction with the degree, students must have successfully passed the following courses:

  • DRMA&101, Introduction to Theatre
  • DRMA 160, Acting I
  • DRMA 260, Acting II
  • DRMA 261, Acting III / Directing
  • DRMA 263, Acting IV Acting Styles
  • DRMA 267, Acting for TV
  • DRMA 271, Rehearsal and Performance: Drama
  • DRMA 298, Production-Theatre Lab
  • ENGL&101, English Composition I
  • ENGL&102, Composition II
  • FILMP 114, Introduction to Film Production

Note: SPSCC Associate in Arts graduates must commence their studies in Trimester 2 at Deakin University in order to complete the Deakin bachelor degree program in 1.5 years.

Note: SPSCC Associate in Arts graduates can request the granting of reduced Deakin credits for prior learning from 12 to 8 if they wish to take advantage of Australian post-study work rights, which enables international students to legally work in Australia for two years after they have completed the equivalent of two years of full-time tertiary study in Australia. (Australian post-study work rights current as of April, 2019 and subject to change according to Australian law).

 
Bachelor of Arts in Film, Television and Animation

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Film, Television and Animation program at Deakin University, students must successfully complete the Associate in Arts degree at SPSCC, having taken specific courses as outlined in the Articulation Agreement (see below).

Articulation Agreement
Please note: either Deakin University or SPSCC can terminate the articulation agreement at any time. It is vital the student notifies Deakin University during the application process that the student is applying by means of this specific articulation agreement. Students that have completed the AA degree at SPSCC may be accepted into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Film, Television and Animation program subject to the same requirements as outlined on the Deakin University website for applying students.

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Film, Television and Animation degree at Deakin University, the SPSCC student must successfully complete the SPSCC Associate in Arts degree. In conjunction with the degree, students must have successfully passed the following courses:

  • FILM 116, Introduction to Film Studies
  • FILM 117, Film History
  • FILMP 114, Introduction to Film Production
  • FILMP 115, Introduction to Digital Video Editing
  • FILMP 201, Film Production I
  • FILMP 202, Film Production II (completing a documentary project)
  • FILMP 215, Advanced Digital Video Editing
  • ART 130, 2D Design
  • ART 135, 3D Design
  • ENGL&101, English Composition I
  • ENGL&102, Composition II

Note: SPSCC Associate in Arts graduates must commence their studies in Trimester 2 at Deakin University in order to complete the Deakin bachelor degree program in 1.5 years.

Note: SPSCC Associate in Arts graduates can request the granting of reduced Deakin credits for prior learning from 12 to 8 if they wish to take advantage of Australian post-study work rights, which enables international students to legally work in Australia for two years after they have completed the equivalent of two years of full-time tertiary study in Australia. (Australian post-study work rights current as of April, 2019 and subject to change according to Australian law).