Deakin Campus Tours
Deakin would like to invite your students and their families to a campus tour in the September school holidays. Led by our knowledgeable and friendly current students, the 1-hour small group tours are a great way for students to see our world-class facilities and learning spaces, get a feel for Uni life and ask questions about the courses that interest them.
There's only one way to choose a Uni – they've got to experience it.
Students who might have missed out on the recent Open Day events, or who might like a bit more of a personal tour of the university campuses, are encouraged to register for a Campus Tour these upcoming school holidays.
Below are details of Campus Tours at the Melbourne and Geelong Campuses. Details of the Warrnambool Campus Tour can be found when clicking on the registration link.
Dates: Melbourne Campus: Thursday 22 September OR Wednesday 28 September
Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus: Tuesday 27 September OR Thursday 29 September
Geelong Waterfront Campus: Wednesday 21 September
Times: 9.00am, 10.30am, 12.00pm, 1.30pm, 3.00pm
Bachelor of Educational Studies
The Bachelor of Educational Studies has been designed for students who are passionate about becoming teachers, but do not achieve the entry requirements to go directly into one of the suite of Education degrees.
Although the 3-year Bachelor of Educational Studies allows students to gain a qualification to work in education-related fields other than teaching, it is also designed as a pathway for students who wish to consider future study in teaching in Early Childhood and Primary Education. Eligible students who successfully complete their first year of study (subject to meeting certain progression and non-academic requirements) may apply for transfer into the second year of the Bachelor of Education suite of courses. Students who complete the three years of study can progress to a postgraduate Initial Teacher Education qualification.
Students should note that this course alone will not lead to early childhood, primary or secondary teacher registration in Australia.
Find out more at Bachelor of Educational Studies.
Elite Athletes and Artistic Performers Entry Scheme
If you're an elite athlete or performing artist, you may be eligible for the Elite Athletes and Artistic Performers Entry Scheme.
Additional consideration can be given for entry into Melbourne undergraduate and graduate degrees to applicants who:
- are an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident or holder of a permanent humanitarian visa
- are recognised as an elite athlete or performing artist by one of these organisations
- meet the prerequisites (and any other published entry requirements) of the course
- can demonstrate that they have undertaken elite training, competition, performance and/or practice commitments whilst preparing for entry to the University of Melbourne.
The athletic or performance activity applicants nominate cannot be associated with the degree they are applying for, i.e., elite musicians applying for the Bachelor of Music.
Eligible athletes can also apply to Melbourne's Elite Athlete Program for sports scholarships and support.
Find out more at Elite Athletes and Artistic Performers Entry Scheme.