Diploma of Arts
South Australian Institute of Business and Technology (SAIBT)
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|Adelaide||Yes||Full-time internal, Part-time internal||
Year 12 or equivalent
The Diploma of Arts introduces students to contemporary issues in society, and the influence of culture and communication, as well as providing foundation concepts to accelerate students' progress in their proposed area of degree studies.
Subjects you can Study
About South Australian Institute of Business and Technology (SAIBT)The South Australian Institute of Business and Technology (SAIBT) is a modern education institution providing high quality programs in an environment that encourages students to achieve excellence in their studies. Quality teaching, strong student support services and outstanding facilities are central to SAIBT's education philosophy.
SAIBT offers diploma programs that articulate into most bachelor degrees offered at the University of South Australia. SAIBT students will study University of South Australia curriculum, taught by University staff on the University campus.
FEE-HELP is available for eligible domestic students.
Provider CRICOS: 02193C
- Full-time internal = 1 year
- Part-time internal = 2 years
Stage 1 consists of 7 courses. If students have completed Year 12 or equivalent, they will only be required to complete Stage 2 of the diploma and will receive credit exemption from Stage 1. Stage 2 of the diploma consists of 8 courses.
Year 12 or equivalent
Successful completion of a SAIBT Diploma provides a pathway into a full range of disciplines at the University of South Australia's Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences.
Life after Study
Journalists write and edit news reports, commentaries, feature articles and blogs for newspapers, magazines, radio, television and websites, including online publications.
Media presenters deliver a variety of radio, television and live programmes, including all music formats, music and chat programmes, interview and talkback programmes, news bulletins and sports programmes. They may also present rock and classical music concerts that are broadcast live to air, and pre-recorded programmes such as documentary and music specials.
Public relations officers plan, develop, put into place and evaluate information and communication strategies that present an organisation to the public, clients and other stakeholders. They also promote good information flow within their organisation.
Social workers help people to deal with personal and social problems, either directly or by planning or carrying out programmes that benefit groups or communities. They are interested in challenging the structural barriers that contribute to inequality, discrimination, exploitation and oppression within communities.