Campion College, located in Sydney, is the first Liberal Arts College in Australia. Campion offers a broad program in the liberal arts, educating students in humanities and sciences which lie at the core of the Western intellectual tradition. In doing so, our curriculum prepares students for both work and life.
With the highest student satisfaction rates of any tertiary education provider in Australia and the #1 Bachelor of Arts degree according to the latest Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) results, Campion offers an unparalleled educational experience, giving students a huge advantage in securing a career post studies.
Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts
Campion’s three-year undergraduate degree offers a uniquely integrated study of history, literature, philosophy and theology.
Diploma of Liberal Arts
Students complete the first year of Campion’s Bachelor degree, undertaking Level 100 units in the core disciplines.
Diploma of Classical Languages
Undertaken concurrently with the Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts, students learn Latin and Ancient Greek.
Graduate Certificate in Religious Education (Primary)
Professional development for Religious Education teachers or postgrad students seeking a foundational degree in theology.
10 Reasons to Study at Campion
1. Number 1 Bachelor of Arts in Australia
2. Number 1 in Australia for learner engagement and teaching quality
3. 100% graduate satisfaction
4. Australia’s standout institution for Western Civilisation studies
5. Campion fosters a love of learning
6. Learn how to think, not what to think
7. Combine studies in the liberal arts and classical languages
8. Campion nurtures an authentic Catholic environment
9. Campion provides a foundational education for life
10. Campion is endorsed by prominent public figures
Campion College offers a range of scholarships that reward students for excellence and assist individuals who might otherwise struggle financially to undertake tertiary studies. We encourage you to review the different scholarships on offer by visiting the page below and get in touch if you have any questions about scholarships, fees and enrolment.
Campion College’s student accommodation facilities are all on-site, located within the grounds of the College. There are two kinds of student accommodation available: residential dormitories and residential houses. Male and female students reside in separate residential areas and we offer a number of additional services and amenities including catered meals. All students who receive a letter of offer are eligible to apply.
Dr Paul Morrissey and Campion College express their condolences to the friends and family of the great philosopher Sir Roger Scruton, who passed away yesterday. Campion was fortunate enough to have Sir Roger visit Campion in 2014 and give several lectures on the...
Campion's history lecturer Dr Stephen Chavura has written an article in today's Australian about the much-discussed religious discrimination bill which is in the process of being finalised: No one could have predicted 20 years ago that religious freedom would become a...
Campion College received a strong endorsement on Sky News last night from The Australian foreign editor Greg Sheridan, who named Campion as a "wonderful institution" on Peta Credlin's show.Greg and Peta discussed the former's recent book God is Good for You: A Defence...
Campion's 12th graduating class received their undergraduate degrees on Wednesday 11 December during a ceremony at St Patrick's Cathedral in Parramatta.The day began with a breakfast on campus for family and friends. Later, everyone gathered at the cathedral for Mass,...
Dr Jeremy Bell, who lectures in philosophy, theology and history at Campion, has written an op-ed in this week's Catholic Weekly in response to Pope Francis's suggestion of adding ecological sins to the Catholic Catechism:Pope Francis recently mooted the idea of...
An article in US online magazine Inc. posits that liberal arts degrees are set to rise significantly in 2020 according to expert research:With "software eating the world" and just about every business becoming, in some way, a tech business, it's no surprise that many...