Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours)

Griffith University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00233E

The Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) is a full-time or part-time program that has been designed to enable students who have demonstrated substantial ability at an undergraduate level to develop their practical expertise and theoretical understanding to a more advanced level.While studying Visual Arts (Honours), you'll have the ability to work on a project that you're passionate about and have the space and access to studios and equipment to explore that further.Learn from the bestYou'll be challenged and supported to excel by lecturers who are also leading visual artists. Learn your craft from practicing professionals who regularly hold exhibitions of their work and are represented on industry boards.We're proud to deliver an outstanding education that supports our students in facing the future with confidence, competence and the knowledge and skills to thrive in a rapidly changing world.Learn and create in inspiring studio spacesVisual arts guest lectures and masterclasses with visiting scholars and practising artists will inspire your creativity and increase your network. You'll have access to an exciting calendar of on-campus exhibitions and artist talks, as well as unique opportunities to exhibit and sell your work through our QCA Galleries.


  • Communicating Research in the Visual Arts
  • Honours Research Project
  • Visual Arts Research Methods

Standard entry requirements

Bachelor of Fine Art or equivalent and 5.0 GPA for nine second and third year studio courses and 30CP in art theory and proposal

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
South Bank Campus International: $32,000 No
  • Full-time : 1 year

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