Types of concurrent diplomas - Section contents

There are four types of concurrent diplomas in various disciplines for you to choose from.

If you're an undergraduate student, you may be eligible to enrol in any one of the four available concurrent diplomas.

If you are a graduate student, you can only apply to study the Diploma in Languages concurrently with your graduate degree. Not all masters by coursework degrees allow for a concurrent diploma enrolment. If you are a graduate student, your concurrent diploma application must be accompanied with the approval of your Course Coordinator.


Learn how to solve information-related problems. Develop skills in programming, designing online solutions, and developing web applications.

View the Diploma in Computing handbook entry

In-depth language study in conjunction with your degree. This diploma can be taken without previous language training or if you’re seeking to develop existing language skills.

Graduate students (e.g. masters by coursework students) may only apply to undertake the Diploma in Languages concurrently with their graduate course.

Find out more about the Diploma in Languages

View the Diploma in Languages handbook entry

Complete additional studies equivalent to completing a major sequence in mathematics and statistics within the Bachelor of Science.

Find out more about the Diploma in Mathematical Sciences

View the Diploma in Mathematical Sciences handbook entry

Complete a sequence of practical, ensemble and music electives, usually taken over three years. Choose from all areas of study within the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, including music performance, ensemble studies, and advanced musical training.

Find out more about the Diploma in Music

View the Diploma in Music handbook entry