Looking at design job ads can help you explore career options and understand what employers are looking for in graduates.
What to study?
Below are some Architecture, Design and related university degrees in Victoria (always check VTAC and university websites for latest information):
The Australian Institute of Design also has an extensive lists of courses, both at university and TAFE.
If design appeals to you, we suggest you also check occupations and training courses in IT, Digital, Industrial Design, Engineering, and Urban Planning.
Occupation Snapshop: Urban Planning
Interested in the environment, design, communication, and sociology? You may be interested in studying urban and regional planning in the future.
“Urban and regional planners develop policies and plans for the use of land and resources. They advise on the economic, environmental, social and cultural needs of particular localities or regions as they relate to the built environment and the community.
They also work on large-scale projects such as new suburbs, towns, industrial areas, commercial and retail developments, urban renewal projects and transportation links”, https://bit.ly/2mF0uxk
The following are examples of planning courses you can study in Victoria:
Bachelor of Urban, Rural, and Environmental Planning, La Trobe University, Bendigo, http://bit.ly/1PlLAGQ
Bachelor of Design (majoring in Urban Planning), > Master of Urban Planning, University of Melbourne, http://bdes.unimelb.edu.au/
Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning (Honours), RMIT, http://bit.ly/2a4LW7I
Watch the following students talking about studying Architecture at university.