A concurrent diploma enables students to gain an additional qualification in another area of study while completing their undergraduate degree. If you are interested in a concurrent diploma, you would pursue an in-depth sequence of subjects in another discipline. The sequence normally consists of first year, second year and third year subjects, which allow you to progressively develop expertise in this field.
Concurrent diplomas are offered in five different subject areas. Please click on the links below for more details about each concurrent diploma option, including course structure and entry requirements.
- Diploma in Informatics, for students interested in information and communication technology.
- Diploma in Languages, providing students with the opportunity to gain a recognised qualification in the study of a language. Beginners to post VCE level options are available.
- Diploma in Mathematical Sciences, for students seeking in-depth knowledge and skills in mathematics and statistics.
- Diploma in Music (Practical), for those who would like to continue musical studies through one-to-one instrumental and vocal tuition.
- U21 Global Issues Program, for those interested in careers with an international perspective.
Some diplomas have specific entry requirements.
Note that applications for the Diploma in Music (Practical) should be made as soon as you have been accepted into your undergraduate degree. Entry is by audition.