Study a Bachelor of Aboriginal Professional Practice at the University of Newcastle for an in-depth exploration of Aboriginal culture, history and politics.

Bachelor of Aboriginal Professional Practice

Why study with us?

Aboriginal Professional PracticeThe University of Newcastle has made Indigenous studies one of its highest priorities. The Aboriginal team leading the Wollotuka Institute and Aboriginal Professional Practice degree are committed to the advancement of Indigenous education at a local, national and global level and have a proud reputation for ensuring positive outcomes for Aboriginal students across a range of degrees.

When you study the Bachelor of Aboriginal Professional Practice at the University of Newcastle you will have the opportunity to gain an informed insight into the oldest continuing living culture in the world. With this knowledge you will be able to pursue a rewarding career in Aboriginal affairs and make a difference for Indigenous communities throughout the nation.

The Aboriginal Professional Practice degree is available to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students and is purposely designed to deliver work ready, culturally secure, social advocates to a broad career in Aboriginal representation.

Graduates of the Bachelor of Aboriginal Professional Practice typically find employment in Aboriginal affairs, within Aboriginal agencies and with a range of businesses and industries targeting Aboriginal communities and clients. 

This dynamic and highly specialised degree in Indigenous studies is taught and managed by an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander academic and administrative team. They are passionate about Indigenous representation and are committed to the issues and content contained within the Aboriginal Professional Practice degree.

What you will study