Master of International Development

University of Canberra

Be part of a new generation of practitioners and scholars who are solving some of the most challenging problems facing the world today. A Master of International Development will introduce you to the latest theories on sustainable development and cross-cultural practice in terms of dealing with issues like poverty, empowerment and gender. The course will intricately hone your practice-led research skills and prepare you for a rewarding career in the charity sector or in public development agencies like World Vision, Oxfam and the Australian Red Cross.

Course Fee:

Australian: $33,920
International: $52,000

Entry Requirements:

Bachelor degree or equivalent; Students may be required to complete Police checks for research undertaken as part of the Development Research Project unit of this course.

Structure:

48 credit points

Subjects you can Study:

International development

Study Pathways:

Exit awards: Graduate Certificate in International Development; Graduate Diploma in International Development

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Related Careers:

Economist, Management Consultant,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Canberra No info No Part time 4 years
Canberra No info No Full time 2 years
The University of Canberra is located in Australia's national capital. The University provides professionally based undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees. They engage in applied research to support government, business and the professions regionally, nationally and internationally.

Provider CRICOS: 00212K

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