Facts & figures
- #1 in Australia for graduate employability*
- #1 in Australia for architecture/built environment*
- *2021 QS World University Rankings
Facts & figures
Learn more about architecture as a study area.
Learn more about design as a study area.
An honours degree is an extra year of full-time study, completed after your undergraduate degree. It's a chance to set yourself apart from your cohort and develop your research skills under the supervision of an academic staff member.
As one of the world's top 25 schools in the field of architecture/built environment*, we strive for intellectual excellence, creative thinking and evidence-based research.
We've attracted world-renowned teachers and researchers, so you'll be learning the latest practices from leaders in the field.
*QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022
We offer plenty of opportunities for our students to study abroad as part of their degree, on both short-term and long-term placements.
By taking on one of our international study opportunities you'll learn new skills, test your adaptability and gain a global perspective.
We're connected with industry, and are committed to providing you with the experience necessary to launch your career in architecture and design.
You'll have opportunities to participate in real-life industry projects, attend workshops and symposia run by international scholars and display your work in our Tin Sheds Gallery.
There is an Internship Elective available in every Architecture, Design and Planning degree, meaning you get the opportunity to gain real world experience while completing your studies.
The internship is tailored to suit you as well as the host organisation. The placement is for 120 hours which can be completed full time or part time, during semester or during summer/winter break.
Internships provide valuable opportunities to utilise your skills in a practical workplace setting. You’re able to enhance your studies by integrating course theory with current best practice, and this will have a positive influence on future employability.
In the past, students have interned with: