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What is a concurrent diploma and how do I apply for one?
Concurrent diplomas provide you with the option to complete the equivalent of a major (100 points of subjects) in an additional area of study, including one not available to you within your degree course itself. A concurrent diploma is undertaken at the same time as your University of Melbourne undergraduate degree* and will add one year (full-time) to the total time of your degree.
See the Concurrent diplomas page for more information, or visit your Application Summary page in my.unimelb to apply.
* Note: If you are studying the Bachelor of Agriculture, you must obtain course coordinator approval to undertake a concurrent diploma.
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Last updated: Dec. 10, 2021, 5:55 p.m.