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Postgraduate Studies

Masters and PhD Studies

Master of Education

The Master of Education is ideal for practising professionals in a broad range of fields related to education and youth policy & research.

The degree offers several streams, allowing students to complete the degree through a mix of coursework and research, totally by research, or totally by coursework.? The Master of Education has one-year streams (Streams 100, 100A and 100B) and one and a half year streams (Streams150, 150A and 150B). Eligibility for each stream depends on the level of the applicant's previous qualifications.

Through your subject selections you can tailor you Master of Education to provide you with an opportunity to understand and contribute to contemporary education policy in Australia and internationally, by developing essential skills in policy analysis, researching young people in schools, teachers, school communities, and critical evaluation of wider policy issues affecting schools and other social institutions involved in the transition to independent adulthood.

The Master of Education allows flexibility in design according to the personal professional development needs of each student, and recognises that practitioners increasingly want to undertake research in their own environment with the aim of developing policy and programs which make a difference! Candidates are encouraged to negotiate a program that will be relevant to their work interests. The Masters Program can be undertaken on a full-time or part-time basis.

For further information about the possibilities within the Master of Education at The University of Melbourne, contact the Melbourne Education Student Centre on +61 3 8344 8285, email [email protected] or visit the course website.

Master in Youth Health and Education Management

Download 2006 Course Brochure [pdf]

The Australian Youth Research Centre is pleased to announce the introduction of a new Masters program, the Masters in Youth Health and Education Management. This program is designed to provide knowledge, skills and processes to enable education, health and welfare professionals to engage in effective cross-sectoral work with young people.

The course is a full fee paying one year-full time equivalent course to be offered in a part-time mode.

Course Objectives:

  • to prepare graduates for leadership roles in cross-sectoral practice in the youth, health, education and welfare sectors
  • to promote positive youth development in research, policy and sector development
  • to enhance the youth, health, education and welfare sectors ability to work across sectors
  • to promote learning in cross-sectoral teams in the context of their workplaces and more broadly their community
  • to develop, implement and evaluate community initiatives and extend the evidence of cross-sectoral community based initiatives

Further information about this program and subjects offered can be found at http://webraft.its.unimelb.edu.au/571661/pub/COURSE/pub/

For information on admission requirements and fees go to the Education Faculty Website or contact the Faculty office (ph:03 8344 8285.)
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