From criminology and languages to philosophy, apply your natural curiosity and creative instincts to pursue a career in humanities and the social sciences.
The Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics equips its graduates with knowledge, prestige – and vast employment opportunities.
Annalise was already working in the field of international development and was ready to lean more into the humanitarian side of the sector.
Our vision is to equip our graduates with critical thinking, communication and problem-solving skills.
Maddi works full time as the Heritage Advocacy Advisor for the National Trust of Australia (Victoria).
Tanya is co-founder and COO of an online marketplace and social enterprise that connects skilled people to not-for-profit organisations.
Louise studied a Graduate Diploma of Development Studies fully online, while working in the Pilbara region.
Vice-Chancellor’s scholar Emma Perinne plans on taking her political knowledge back to her island home, where she hopes to act as a change-maker.
Bachelor of Arts student Renee Cremer discusses side-steps and right paths, juggling work and family, and her hopes for Australia’s political future.
The impact criminology graduates can have on society and the way it addresses and perceives crime is a powerful one.
One of Australia’s most respected and influential journalists, Leigh Sales combines her deep curiosity about the world with formidable interviewing and analytical skills.
April’s unexpected passion for criminology has led to a job, the chance to mentor others like her, published research – and soon, a new title.
Laili knew she wanted to speak an additional language to help improve her job prospects and also out of personal interest.
The highlight of my career is the fact that I’m living in a foreign country and don’t feel out of place or on the outer boundaries of the community.
Lincoln James is an Associate Lecturer at Deakin. He takes so much pride and passion in his work that it is hard to believe he ever felt unsure of what career he would choose.
For Molly Dalrymple, choosing a university came down to the number of opportunities on offer.
I’m determined to pursue a career where I can impact people’s lives and be a voice for those who don’t have one.
Molly customised her degrees to study her interests in photography and biochemistry and has since founded her own business.
I really appreciated the great grounding and instruction provided in the Associate Degree of Arts in writing academic essays, using the library and digital technology.