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Studying Art in Australia at Sydney Art School

art studio session webInternational students who are looking to study art in Australia will find that Sydney Art School (SAS) offers the highest quality art education with the flexibility to suit your needs:

 SAS is the only specialised visual arts college in Sydney Australia to be recognised on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).  This means that you will be studying at a school that meets the Australian Government quality standards required to become a CRICOS provider as well as being accredited by the Australian Skills Quality Authority as a Registered Training Organisation.

Course Options Available

Study towards the following visual art qualifications are available to international students on a full time basis:

  • Certificate IV in Visual Arts
  • Diploma of Visual Arts
  • Advance Diploma of Visual Arts

Each course is 1 year full time comprising 4 terms x 8 weeks.

Highest Quality Art Education

SAS students benefit from the  'Atelier' method, learning "hands on" in studio from art tutors who have been winners and finalists in some of Australia's most prestigous art prizes and awards.  The program centres on giving students the opportunity to develop their artistic skills and techniques to the highest level while also giving practical exposure to the real world tasks required of a professional artist. 

Flexible Timetable Options

Studio sessions are available during daytime and evenings providing students flexible timetable options.  Options to develop skills in the specialised disciplines in painting, drawing, jewellery and printmaking are offered to all students.

Pathways to University

SAS has agreements with 2 major Australian universities to enable students to enter their Bachelor degree programmes.   For other universities,  a Diploma or Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts from Sydney Art School as part of the Australian Qualifications Framework, and may assist in entry and count towards unit credits.

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