A bachelor's degree is a hallmark of higher education. It is given to those who dedicate three to seven years studying a specific program. A bachelor's degree can be earned in a variety of disciplines in the arts and sciences.
Australia education is mainly the responsibility of the government. The government fully funds the public university education while it partially funds the private university education. Australia being an English-spoken country, most of students from countries whose english is the first language often loves studying in this country
Top Bachelor Programs in Architecture in Australia 2017
The three-year Bachelor of Architectural is an engaging and rewarding program for students interested in design and the built environment. In the 2015 QS Subject Rankings UniSA ranked in the World Top 100 for Architecture. Our programs are highly respected within industry and provide students with both practical and academic training. They are taught by staff members who are both academics and... [+]
Melbourne Polytechnic's Bachelor of the Built Environment was developed following rigorous consultation with industry stakeholders and benchmarking with comparative courses within Australia to ensure that students have essential skills as required by architects at the undergraduate level. Build your future with Melbourne Polytechnic. [+]
This program, the first step to becoming a design architect, helps you develop an understanding of architecture and provides a diverse set of skills... [+]
Bachelor of Architectural Design
This program, the first step to becoming a design architect, helps you develop an understanding of architecture and provides a diverse set of skills and learning experiences. You will focus on learning the core skills required of an architect and architectural designer and intensively develop a broad grounding in design and communication skills.RMIT Architecture graduates are design innovators who continue to achieve at the highest levels and are acknowledged by the national and international architectural profession. In 2012 RMIT student Ton Vu was shortlisted for The Architectural Review’s “Global Architecture Graduate Awards”, a shortlist of only 10 students worldwide and containing no other candidates from Australian or New Zealand universities. Our students have also been extremely successful in recent years in the Architecture Australia (AA) “Unbuilt Architecture Awards”, open not only to students but to registered architects.... [-]
Urban and regional planning is more than just creating physical environments - it’s a way of sustainably changing and shaping the world. You will learn to understand... [+]
Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning (Honours)
Urban and regional planning is more than just creating physical environments - it’s a way of sustainably changing and shaping the world.You will learn to understand all the influences that affect the way we live, work, play and commute and the many other considerations involved in creating sustainable and liveable cities and regions.This program is suitable for anyone with a passion for geography, urban design, history, economics, politics or environmental studies.While this program focuses on Melbourne and its surrounds, you will be introduced to planning practices across the world. You will be involved in many real-life projects with leading practitioners.This program will replace the old BP188 Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning in 2014. This change is to reflect an Honours year being embedded into the final year of study. The entrance requirements and duration of this program remain the same.... [-]
Architecture is much more than simply providing good building design. As an architect, you will be involved in the design of quality environments in which people live, work and play. There are many [+]
Bachelor of Applied Science - Architectural Science
Architecture is much more than simply providing good building design. As an architect, you will be involved in the design of quality environments in which people live, work and play. There are many different architectural specialties and you could find yourself involved in urban design, environmental research, building conservation, heritage matters or community development.
This course will provide you with an understanding of both the practical and theoretical sides of architecture. The design of buildings, technical aspects of building construction and how architecture relates to people and how they live are all covered in depth. You will also discover how to effectively communicate your architectural ideas through written and spoken reports, photographs, drawings, models and electronic media.... [-]