What do you want to study?
European Studies involves looking at all different areas of European culture, from art and history, to film, music, philosophy and politics.
Event Management is the application of project management skills to the development of events such as festivals, concerts, conferences and sporting events.
Fashion design is the art of applying design concepts/aesthetics to clothing and accessories.
Film & Television is about exploring all forms of media, looking at historical, aesthetic, cultural & social significance and cover a range of areas relevant to production.
In three key words, Finance is money, markets and valuation.
Fine Arts is the study of theory, skills and creative practice associated with drawing, painting, sculpture, print making and photography.
Floristry is the term used to describe all aspects of flower care, handling, arranging and display.
Food Innovation refers to developing new food products, processes and business models.
Food Safety is concerned with how potential food-related health risks can be minimised.
Food Science and Nutrition is the study of the science behind the food we eat and its effect on our quality of life.
The discipline of Forensic Analytical Science applies a broad range of scientific knowledge to answer questions of a legal nature.
The main goal of Forestry is to create and implement systems that allow forests to continue a sustainable provision of environmental supplies and services.
Forklift Operation involves learning the skills and techniques needed to lift and move heavy machinery, as well as the associated health and safety procedures.
French is the study of not only the French language, but also French culture, history and literature.
A tertiary education in Funeral Services will prepare you with the skills and know-how to become a professional in the funeral industry.
The study of Furniture design at tertiary level looks at the function of furniture, how it is used, its ergonomics (how it is designed to fit the human body) and the types of materials used in the art of furniture making.
Gender Studies looks at the way that gender is socially constructed.
Genetics is the area of biology that deals with genes, heredity and variation in living organisms.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) map out the positions of places and objects in relation to each other.
Geography is the study of the world in which we live, the people who populate it and the interactions between both elements.