Studying A Masters In Australia
Studying a Masters in Australia is an exciting proposition!
For European students, the system of university-level education in Australia will be familiar, and with over 40 universities in Australia to choose from, there is a wide range of subjects available to study at masters level at an Australian university.
Let’s take a look at what is involved in studying a masters in Australia.Find postgraduate programs in AUSTRALIA
As a general rule most masters level courses at – require an Australian undergraduate degree with a result of 60% which is equivalent to a British undergraduate degree with a result of a 2:2.
Postgraduate courses in Australia always require a good command of the English language, and this is either shown by the student gaining a degree from an English speaking country as recognised by the Australian Government or by attaining the necessary grade at an English test.
Duration Of Masters Courses In Australia
Masters courses in Australia last anywhere from one to three years of full-time study, depending on the course and sometimes on the level of undergraduate degree or work experience the student already has. For example, the Masters in International Relations & Journalism at Monash University can last anywhere from one and a half to three years of full-time study depending on the student’s previous undergraduate degree result and if they attained an undergraduate degree with honours.
Masters Programs Available in Australia
There are currently 43 .
Cost for International & 365彩票 Students
Tuition fees vary between the institutions in Australia and for international students tuition fees can be anywhere between a total of AUD$50,000 (approx. £22,750) to around AUD$100,000 (£55,500) for two or three years studying a masters degree course. For domestic students the tuition fees are from around AUD$40,000 (£22,000) to AUD$90,000 (£49,000) for the same courses. However some courses at some universities cost approximately the same amount for both domestic and international students. For example the Masters in Chinese Cultural Relations at the University of Western Sydney costs AUD$28,960 per year for two years in tuition fees for domestic students and AUD$29,040 per year in two years for international students, while the Masters in International Relations and Journalism at Monash University – which can take up to three years to complete – costs AUD$22,000 per year for all students.
Study Visa Requirements
for the most recent regulations. Read our section on Student Visa Australia for more information.
Masters Students in Australia
Here’s a breakdown of the PG students in Australia – Masters by Research and Masters by Coursework – over recent years.
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