Description

Create change through collaboration – learn to lead with confidence and tackle contemporary development challenges, working in partnership to find sustainable solutions.

This fully-online master’s, delivered jointly with the University of Melbourne, focuses on the practical skills, global connections and collaborative outlook needed to make a real difference in the development world.

Study Details:

24 months part-time online

Module Details:

Contemporary Development
Contemporary Leadership
Leading Development
Organisation Development and Change
International Management and Leadership
Leadership Skills in Action
Project

Student Destinations

If you want to reposition yourself as a leader in development, but don’t want to take time out from your important work to study, this fully-online master’s course will support you to learn on the job.

If you work in or alongside the global development sector – as a manager, planner, policy maker, consultant, educator, entrepreneur, researcher, or community advocate – transform your career with us and change the world for the better.

Fees

This course is a joint master’s with The University of Melbourne and The University of Manchester. The full course fee for 1st March 2021 intake is $28,164 AUD.

The University of Melbourne are managing the admissions process. You will be expected to pay for each taught subject/unit ($3,520) as the unit starts at the beginning of each study period. This will take place in March, May, July and October of each year you study with us.

Entry Requirements

A bachelor degree with honours (minimum Upper Second (2:1) or international equivalent) and at least two years of documented, relevant work experience; or a H2B (70%) or equivalent at The University of Melbourne

In order to be considered for entry, you must have completed:

  • An honours degree in a cognate discipline (e.g. social sciences including anthropology; sociology; public policy; social policy; political science; media and communication; journalism; economics; management; population and global health; education; engineering; or architecture and public planning), or equivalent and at least two years of documented, relevant professional work experience, or
  • an undergraduate degree in a cognate discipline (e.g. social sciences including anthropology; sociology; public policy; social policy; political science; media and communication; journalism; economics; management; population and global health; education; engineering; or architecture and public planning), or equivalent, and at least two years of documented, relevant professional work experience, or
  • a minimum of eight years documented, relevant professional work experience. Candidates entering through this route will be registered for the master’s certificate under a probation arrangement. Failure to pass all master’s certificate course units in the first year of study will disallow registration for a higher-level qualification.

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