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We're rated five stars for teaching quality*, a rating we've held for 18 consecutive years. So you know you're learning everything you need from the best there is.

Go on. Skip the loading screens and get into your career quicker by studying Design at UniSC.

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Bachelor degree

When you choose to study the Bachelor of Design, you'll have an exciting array of design majors to choose from, allowing you to tailor your studies to fit your career aspirations.

Choose from:
Digital Culture Game Design Interactive Media Visual Communication Creative Writing and Publishing Journalism Music Screen Media Social Media Theatre and Performance

Combined degree

Gain a career advantage with a double degree tailored to your areas of interest.

In a hurry?

Not ready to commit to a 3 year degree?

Gain foundation skills and employment opportunities by graduating with a diploma or undergraduate certificate. While qualifications in their own right, they can also be a pathway to a bachelor and beyond.


A Higher Degree by Research (HDR) is a supervised research program that requires undertaking original research.

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Design at UniSC

USC Design students exhibition. Photo by Maite Sajovic
Exhibition shows sustainability of student designs

From brightly coloured wall art to skeleton and skull props to bold branding on water bottles and T-shirts, a new exhibition at the UniSC Art Gallery displays the diverse work of final-year Design students.

New creative project Beeyali is a call to look after Country and its endangered ecosystems

Listening to the environment allows us to understand the patterns of place and can help us better connect with Country and its ecosystems. Leah Barclay, Lyndon Davis and Tricia King write for The Conversation. 

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