A number of subjects offered by the University are termed 'quota subjects' or 'quota restricted subjects'. These are usually workshops or subjects with a travel component where the capacity for large enrolment is limited by available resources such as workshop space, machinery and accommodation as well as because of the mode of teaching.
Work Integrated Learning
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) subjects are designed to provide students with professional experience in an area related to their field of study or the career they are working towards. The aim of providing industry-specific opportunities is to enable you to develop skills that will enhance your prospects of gaining meaningful employment and building your career for the future.
Melbourne School of Design Travelling studios are 'working laboratories' for design thought and production and involve the exploration of complex, real-life issues. Exposure to unfamiliar cultures, places and people will stimulate your ability to think creatively and problem-solve.
Information about current studio offerings for students enrolled in the Master of Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture, Master of Urban Design or Master of Urban Planning.
Robin Boyd Studio
Subjects with a Travel Component
Students in the MSD have opportunities to enrol into subjects partially or entirely taught overseas.
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The University offers a limited number of subjects through January and February as part of the Summer Semester. These are often taught as intensive subjects and cover the same amount of content as subjects taught in standard semesters.
If you’re about to undertake an undergraduate (bachelors) degree at the University, you may also choose to study a concurrent diploma. A concurrent diploma can enhance your employability and allow you to develop detailed knowledge in an area outside your main area of study.
If you are interested in undertaking a subject that isn’t offered at the University of Melbourne, it may be possible for you to complete this subject at another university and have it count toward your current degree. This is known as cross-institutional study.