The Master of Education (International Education) offers in-depth insights into issues such as the processes and outcomes of globalisation in education, internationalising institutions and systems, and intercultural education.
During the course, which is delivered entirely online, candidates have the opportunity to apply the insights they gain through specialised units of study to topics of their choice, developing one or two small research essays through negotiations with an academic team member.
All academics attached to the program are actively engaged in researching the issues about which they teach.
Participants in the program are usually teachers and other professionals such as planners, officials and aid workers who are either currently employed – or training for future employment – in the field of international education.
Please refer to the course resolutions in this handbook for information on the specific admission requirements for different coursework award courses.
To qualify for the award of Master of Education (International Education) candidates must complete 48 credit points, including:
To qualify for the award Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies (International Education) candidates must complete 36 credit points, including:
To qualify for the award of Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies (International Education) candidates must complete 24 credit points, including:
Please note: units of study in International Education are only offered via distance mode.