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Academic Programs for International Postgraduate Students
unisa
2010
Academic Programs for
International Postgraduate Students
What
makes
UniSA
different?
All UniSA programs and courses are designed
around a unique set of Graduate Qualities outlining
the knowledge, skills and personal abilities graduates
need in a constantly changing international
economic environment. A postgraduate of the
University of South Australia
1. Has an understanding of current research-based
knowledge in the field, its methodologies for
creating new knowledge, and can create, critique
and appraise new and significant knowledge;
2. Is prepared for lifelong learning in pursuit of
ongoing personal development and excellence
in research within and beyond a discipline or
professional area;
3. Is an effective problem solver, capable of
applying logical, critical and creative thinking to a
range of research problems;
4. Can work both autonomously and collaboratively
as a researcher within a particular discipline or
professional area and within wider but related
areas;
5. Is committed to ethical action and social
responsibility as a researcher in a discipline or
professional area and as a leading citizen;
6. Communicates effectively as a researcher in a
discipline or professional area and as a leading
member of the community; and
7. Demonstrates international perspectives in
research in a discipline or professional area and
as a leading citizen.
Postgraduate
highlights
UniSA’s research institutes
have national and international
reputations for finding elegant,
practical solutions to complex
scientific and technological
problems. Our Schools help
create skilled, innovative and
experienced professionals who
can use the latest technologies to
effectively and intelligently create
sustainable solutions for business,
industry and the community.
UniSA offers more than 200
coursework and research
programs all of which are
specifically designed in close
consultation with our vast
network of industry and
professional partners. This allows
us to tailor program structure
and content to suit the changing
needs of industry and the
workplace and ensures that the
qualifications you receive as a
graduate of UniSA are relevant
and applicable throughout your
career. Our goal is to develop
graduates who have more than
a theoretical understanding
of a discipline; they have real
experience and are ready to
meet the intellectual, civic and
professional needs of a global
society.
UniSA is the only University
in South Australia to offer
postgraduate programs in
Environmental Risk Assessment
and Remediation, Facilities and
Asset Management, Health
Science, Human Resource
Management, Journalism,
Physiotherapy, Property and
Public Relations.
The University is home to
eight Research Institutes, 13
Research Centres and a range
of committed research groups
and individuals undertaking
world-leading research into a
range of areas including materials
science and minerals processing,
wireless communications,
social sustainability, health and
biomedical sciences, marketing
science, sustainable systems
and technologies, defence and
complex systems engineering and
advanced manufacturing.
Postgraduate research
opportunities at UniSA
UniSA has fostered a research
culture that is dedicated to
adding value to industry and to
the health and welfare of society.
Our commitment to building
partnerships and strengthening
existing relationships by
continuing to deliver results
has reinforced our position as
an engaged and innovative
University. We are people with
whom others can work, explore
and discover.
You can choose from a range of
programs that cover Masters by
Research, Doctor of Philosophy
(PhD), Professional doctorates
that are available in the disciplines
of Communication, Education,
Health Sciences, Human Services
and Information Technology,
and the Graduate Certificate in
Research Commercialisation.
These pages that follow detail all
the postgraduate programs and
research opportunities that we
offer international students.
UniSA offers the most diverse
educational menu in South
Australia comprising more
than 140 undergraduate and
200 coursework and research
postgraduate programs in these
disciplines:
Business
22
Education, Arts and Social
Sciences
41
Health Sciences
60
IT, Engineering and the
Environment
72
Research students from around
the globe are eager to work
alongside UniSA experts. Each
year the number of researchers
educated at UniSA continues to
rise. In fact, over the past five
years, the number of students
graduating with a research
degree has increased by 36 per
cent. And, to ensure that such
talent is nurtured and supported
well into the future, we provide
over 100 scholarships each year
to our research candidates.
In 2005 the first UniSA Research
Chair was established and,
since then, nine more of these
senior appointments have been
made. This initiative indicates
our commitment to increasing
our research leadership status on
a global level. We are building
a place in which others wish to
work and engage.
Why do a research degree?
Because you’ll never get a better
intellectual challenge. A research
degree requires hard work,
dedication and a high level of
analytical thinking and aptitude.
It also gives you an opportunity to
break new ground or to build on
research undertaken by others.
As a career move it’s evidence
of independent thought and
the ability to manage a project
in a given timeframe. It could
also allow you to develop a new
specialisation or change your
career altogether.
For information about your UniSA
experience and the city of Adelaide,
South Australia, please refer to
our Handbook for international
students which is available from
your agent or by downloading from
www.unisa.edu.au/international/
handbook.asp
1
Postgraduate
Program directory
2010 coursework
and research
degrees
Please note that all
program requirements
listed in this section are
indicative only and may change
3
Postgraduate programs available in 2010
Program
Division of Business
EQ
Coursework Programs Graduate Certificate
Graduate Certificate in Business (Professional Accounting)
Le Cordon Bleu Graduate Certificate in International Hospitality Management
Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management
Graduate Certificate in International Business
Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
Graduate Certificate in Marketing
Graduate Certificate in Management (Administrative Management)
Graduate Certificate in Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
Graduate Certificate in Management (Event Management)
Graduate Certificate in Management (Manufacturing)
Graduate Certificate in Management
Graduate Certificate in Management (Integrated Supply Chain Management)
Graduate Certificate in Management (Tourism)
Graduate Certificate in Property
Graduate Certificate in Research Commercialisation
Coursework Programs Graduate Diploma
Graduate Diploma in Management (Arts and Cultural Management)
Graduate Diploma in Business (Professional Accounting)
Le Cordon Bleu Graduate Diploma in International Hospitality Management
Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management
Graduate Diploma in International Business
Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
Graduate Diploma in Marketing
Graduate Diploma in Management (Administrative Management)
Graduate Diploma in Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
Graduate Diploma in Management (Event Management)
Graduate Diploma in Management (Manufacturing)
Graduate Diploma in Management
Graduate Diploma in Management (Integrated Supply Chain Management)
Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism)
Graduate Diploma in Property
Notes
EQ
EXT
UniSA Division of Business programs are accredited
by the
European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.
au/business/about/equis
Minimum English language entry requirements
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) (see Note 1 right)
6.0
Overall Band Score
6.5
International students may only enrol in this program
externally from their own country.
In accordance with Australian law CRICOS codes
are not required for transnational programs or for
programs available only in off-campus mode.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Annual fees reflect standard program duration.
English Language Programs
Score
Successful completion of the CELUSA Academic English Program
Level 5
Score
TOEFL iBT (Internet-based test)
90 with no band less than 21
TOEFL PBT (Paper-based test)
577 with TWE (Test of Written English) of 4.5
Other ways to meet the English language
condition
• Successful completion of a tertiary qualification at diploma level or
above completed in Australia within the last two years; or
4
Score
Reading and Writing
• Successful completion of at least two years of tertiary study at diploma
level or above conducted and completed in English within the last five
years in a country in which English is commonly used as determined by
the University (see Note 2 right). Where the study in English was more
than five years ago this requirement may be satisfied by subsequent and
recent work experience of at least two years duration in a setting where
English is the language of business subject to satisfactory evidence as
determined by the University.
IELTS English language requirements
IELTS overall total score
IELTS reading subscore
IELTS writing subscore
SP2 SP5 SP7
CWE
6.5
6
6
32
$12440
SP1 SP3
CWE
6.5
6
6
39
DCHU
055258G
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
25
DCIB
054756J
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
34
DCMA
024119J
0.5yrs
n/a
$11800
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
36
DCMK
036383E
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
38
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
24
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
28
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
30
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
27
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
23
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
26
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
31
DGPO
024128G
0.5yrs
n/a
$9960
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
35
DCRC
n/a
0.5yrs
n/a
$13600
SP2 SP5
Online
6.5
6
6
33
DGAC
024151J
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP4
CWE
6.5
6
6
29
DGBS
036380G
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP2 SP5 SP7
CWE
6.5
6
6
32
DGHO
051377M
1yr
Fees are paid
through LCB
$24880
SP1 SP4
CWE
6.5
6
6
39
DGHU
055259G
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
25
DGIB
054755K
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
34
DGMA
024133M
1yr
$23600
$23600
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
36
DGMK
036272A
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
38
DGMT
058630B
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
24
DGMT
058630B
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
28
DGMT
058630B
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
30
DGMT
058630B
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
27
DGMT
058630B
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
23
DGMT
058630B
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
26
DGMT
058630B
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
31
DGPR
000576D
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
35
Home campus codes
Start dates (2010)
CEA
SP = Study Period
City East
CWE City West
MLK Mawson Lakes
MAG Magill
WHY Whyalla/Mt Gambier
EXT
Page reference number
Home campus
$9960
Fees are paid
through LCB
IELTS speaking subscore
Start date
(SP = Study Period)
n/a
0.5yrs
IELTS listening subscore
Total program fee (A$)
0.5yrs
051378K
Annual program fee
2010 (A$)
Program duration (years)
036387A
Quota
DCBS
DCHO
Program code
CRICOS code
please refer to the table in the notes (below) for equivalent TOEFL scores
External
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
11 January 2010 – 9 April 2010
15 February 2010 – 2 July 2010
5 April 2010 – 2 July 2010
28 June 2010 – 24 September 2010
12 July 2010 – 26 November 2010
20 September 2010 – 17 December 2010
25 October 2010 – 25 May 2011
Actual teaching dates vary in a small percentage of courses.
It is important that students consult their timetable for exact
teaching dates for their specific course.
Note 1: Results from IELTS and TOEFL are valid for two years.
Note 2: The University through UniSA International maintains
a list of countries where English is commonly used and
which would satisfy this criteria. This may include particular
educational institutions within a given non-English speaking
country where English is the language of instruction.
Please note: UniSA reserves the right to alter amend or
delete any program fee course admission requirement or
mode of delivery without prior notice.
For more information visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/study/progcourses
[i]
Please note: Commencement of study begins with a UniSA
orientation program. Please ensure your travel plans enable
you to arrive in time for this orientation program.
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/ltu/students/
start/orientation/international/default.asp
5
Postgraduate programs available in 2010
Program
Division of Business
EQ
(continued)
Coursework Programs Masters
Master of Management (Arts and Cultural Management)
Master of Business (Professional Accounting)
Le Cordon Bleu Master of International Hospitality Management
Master of Human Resource Management
Master of International Business
Le Cordon Bleu Master of Business Administration (International Hotel and Restaurant Management)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Marketing
Master of Management (Administrative Management)
Master of Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
Master of Management (Event Management)
Master of Management (Manufacturing)
Master of Management
Master of Management (Integrated Supply Chain Management)
Master of Management (Tourism)
Master of Business (Professional Accounting and Finance)
Master of Business (Property)
Coursework Programs Masters Double Degrees
MBA Double Masters
Business Double Masters
Research Degrees
Master of Business
PhD Business and Management
Division of Education Arts and Social Sciences
Coursework Programs Graduate Entry
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) - Graduate Entry
Bachelor of Education (Junior Primary and Primary) - Graduate Entry
Bachelor of Education (Primary and Middle) - Graduate Entry
Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary) - Graduate Entry
Notes
EQ
EXT
UniSA Division of Business programs are accredited
by the
European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.
au/business/about/equis
Minimum English language entry requirements
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) (see Note 1 right)
6.0
Overall Band Score
6.5
International students may only enrol in this program
externally from their own country.
In accordance with Australian law CRICOS codes
are not required for transnational programs or for
programs available only in off-campus mode.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Annual fees reflect standard program duration.
English Language Programs
Score
Successful completion of the CELUSA Academic English Program
Level 5
Score
TOEFL iBT (Internet-based test)
90 with no band less than 21
TOEFL PBT (Paper-based test)
577 with TWE (Test of Written English) of 4.5
Other ways to meet the English language
condition
• Successful completion of a tertiary qualification at diploma level or
above completed in Australia within the last two years; or
6
Score
Reading and Writing
• Successful completion of at least two years of tertiary study at diploma
level or above conducted and completed in English within the last five
years in a country in which English is commonly used as determined by
the University (see Note 2 right). Where the study in English was more
than five years ago this requirement may be satisfied by subsequent and
recent work experience of at least two years duration in a setting where
English is the language of business subject to satisfactory evidence as
determined by the University.
IELTS English language requirements
Start date
(SP = Study Period)
Home campus
IELTS overall total score
IELTS reading subscore
IELTS writing subscore
$29880
SP1 SP4
CWE
6.5
6
6
$19920
$29880
SP2 SP5 SP7
CWE
6.5
6
6
32
DMHO
051375B
2yrs
Fees are paid
through LCB
$34210
SP1 SP4
CWE
6.5
6
6
39
DMHU
055260C
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
25
DMIB
054754M
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
34
DMIH
040928J
1.5yrs
Fees are paid
through LCB
$31200
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
40
DMMA
048635B
1.5yrs
$23600
$35400
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
36
DMMK
036275J
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
38
DMMT
058629F
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
24
DMMT
058629F
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
28
DMMT
058629F
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
30
DMMT
058629F
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
27
DMMT
058629F
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
23
DMMT
058629F
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
26
DMMT
058629F
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
31
DMPF
064532J
2yrs
$19920
$39840
SP2 SP5 SP7
CWE
6.5
6
6
33
DMPR
006024K
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
35
DMBA
058633K
2yrs
$23600
$53100
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
CWE
6.5
6
6
37
DMDD
059435G
2yrs
$19920
$44820
SP1 SP3 SP4 SP6
6.5
6
6
37
29
DMRU
000547J
2yrs
$20800
$41600
SP2 SP5
CWE
7
6
6
6
6
33
DPBU
018568A
4yrs
$20800
$83200
SP2 SP5
CWE
7
6
6
6
6
34
MBCG
052370K
2yrs
$16000
$32000
SP 2
MAG
7
6
6
6.5
6.5
48
MBEG
052371J
2yrs
$16000
$32000
MAG
7
6
6
6.5
6.5
48
052369C
2yrs
$16000
$32000
SP2
MLK
7
6
6
6.5
6.5
49
050782F
2yrs
$16000
$32000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
6.5
6.5
49
LBPG
Q
LBGG
Home campus codes
Start dates (2010)
CEA
SP = Study Period
City East
CWE City West
MLK Mawson Lakes
MAG Magill
WHY Whyalla/Mt Gambier
EXT
Page reference number
Total program fee (A$)
$19920
1.5yrs
IELTS speaking subscore
Annual program fee
2010 (A$)
1.5yrs
032304G
IELTS listening subscore
Program duration (years)
053555D
DMBS
Quota
DMAC
Program code
CRICOS code
please refer to the table in the notes (below) for equivalent TOEFL scores
External
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
SP 2 and 5
11 January 2010 – 9 April 2010
15 February 2010 – 2 July 2010
5 April 2010 – 2 July 2010
28 June 2010 – 24 September 2010
12 July 2010 – 26 November 2010
20 September 2010 – 17 December 2010
25 October 2010 – 25 May 2011
Actual teaching dates vary in a small percentage of courses.
It is important that students consult their timetable for exact
teaching dates for their specific course.
Note 1: Results from IELTS and TOEFL are valid for two years.
Note 2: The University through UniSA International maintains
a list of countries where English is commonly used and
which would satisfy this criteria. This may include particular
educational institutions within a given non-English speaking
country where English is the language of instruction.
Please note: UniSA reserves the right to alter amend or
delete any program fee course admission requirement or
mode of delivery without prior notice.
For more information visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/study/progcourses
[i]
Please note: Commencement of study begins with a UniSA
orientation program. Please ensure your travel plans enable
you to arrive in time for this orientation program.
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/ltu/students/
start/orientation/international/default.asp
7
Postgraduate programs available in 2010
Program
Division of Education Arts and Social Sciences (continued)
Coursework Programs Graduate Certificate
Graduate Certificate in Journalism
Graduate Certificate in Educational Computing
Graduate Certificate in Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
Graduate Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety Management
Coursework Programs Graduate Diploma
Graduate Diploma in International Studies
Graduate Diploma in Languages and Culture Studies
Graduate Diploma in Visual Art and Design (Specialisation)
Graduate Diploma in Communication (Public Relations)
Graduate Diploma in Journalism
Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary)
Graduate Diploma in Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management
Graduate Diploma in Mediation and Conflict Resolution
Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Counselling
Coursework Programs Masters
Master of International Studies
Master of Architecture
Master of Sustainable Design
Master of Visual Art and Design (Specialisation)
Master of Arts (Communication Management)
Master of Arts (Journalism)
Master of Education
Master of Teaching (Middle and Secondary)
Master of Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
Master of Occupational Health and Safety
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Master of Psychology (Work and Organisational)
Master of Mediation and Conflict Resolution
Master of Social Work
Notes
EQ
EXT
UniSA Division of Business programs are accredited
by the
European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.
au/business/about/equis
Minimum English language entry requirements
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) (see Note 1 right)
6.0
Overall Band Score
6.5
International students may only enrol in this program
externally from their own country.
In accordance with Australian law CRICOS codes
are not required for transnational programs or for
programs available only in off-campus mode.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Annual fees reflect standard program duration.
English Language Programs
Score
Successful completion of the CELUSA Academic English Program
Level 5
Score
TOEFL iBT (Internet-based test)
90 with no band less than 21
TOEFL PBT (Paper-based test)
577 with TWE (Test of Written English) of 4.5
Other ways to meet the English language
condition
• Successful completion of a tertiary qualification at diploma level or
above completed in Australia within the last two years; or
8
Score
Reading and Writing
• Successful completion of at least two years of tertiary study at diploma
level or above conducted and completed in English within the last five
years in a country in which English is commonly used as determined by
the University (see Note 2 right). Where the study in English was more
than five years ago this requirement may be satisfied by subsequent and
recent work experience of at least two years duration in a setting where
English is the language of business subject to satisfactory evidence as
determined by the University.
IELTS English language requirements
IELTS speaking subscore
MAG
7
6.5
6.5
46
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
50
ICHF
n/a
0.5yrs
$18500
$18500
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
52
ICOY
n/a
0.5yrs
$18500
$18500
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
52
42
Home campus
Annual program fee
2010 (A$)
Page reference number
IELTS writing subscore
SP2
$17500
IELTS listening subscore
IELTS reading subscore
$17500
$17500
Start date
(SP = Study Period)
$17500
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
0.5yrs
036390F
CRICOS code
065560G
Quota
MCJO
MCEC
Program code
IELTS overall total score
Program duration (years)
please refer to the table in the notes (below) for equivalent TOEFL scores
MGIL
024148D
1yr
$16900
$16900
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
MGLC
024149C
1yr
$16900
$16900
SP2
MAG
6.5
6
6
42
DGAD
048556A
1yr
$17500
$17500
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
44
MGPU
024136G
1yr
$17500
$17500
SP2
MAG
6.5
6
6
45
MGJO
036377C
1yr
$17500
$17500
SP2
MAG
7
6.5
6.5
46
057384G
1yr
$16000
$16000
SP2
MLK
7
6.5
6.5
50
IGHF
n/a
1yr
$18500
$18500
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
53
IGOY
n/a
1yr
$18500
$18500
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
53
LGED
Q
MGNB
036378B
1yr
$17500
$17500
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
56
MGRH
024046K
1yr
$17500
$17500
SP2
MAG
6.5
6
6
56
MMIL
048329A
1.5yrs
$16900
$25350
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
43
DMAE
060208J
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2
CWE
6.5
6
6
43
DMSD
060205A
2yrs
$16600
$33200
SP2
CWE
6.5
6
6
44
DMAD
048557M
1.5yrs
$17500
$26250
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
45
47
MMCO
040643M
1.5yrs
$17500
$26250
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
MMJO
048338M
1.5yrs
$17500
$26250
SP2
MAG
7
6.5
6.5
47
MMEU
024059E
1yr
$16500
$16500
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
51
LMTC
057383J
2yrs
$!6500
$33000
MLK
7
6
6
IMHF
Q
n/a
1.5yrs
$18500
$27750
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
54
IMOY
n/a
1.5yrs
$18500
$27750
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
6.5
6.5
51
54
55
IMCL
Q
036349G
2yrs
$18500
$37000
SP1
CEA
7
7
7
IMPO
Q
036351B
2yrs
$18500
$37000
SP1
CEA
7
7
7
55
MMNB
048331G
1.5yrs
$17500
$26250
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
57
MMSK
064242G
2yrs
$17500
$35000
SP2
MAG
6.5
6
6
57
Home campus codes
Start dates (2010)
CEA
SP = Study Period
City East
CWE City West
MLK Mawson Lakes
MAG Magill
WHY Whyalla/Mt Gambier
EXT
SP5
External
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
11 January 2010 – 9 April 2010
15 February 2010 – 2 July 2010
5 April 2010 – 2 July 2010
28 June 2010 – 24 September 2010
12 July 2010 – 26 November 2010
20 September 2010 – 17 December 2010
25 October 2010 – 25 May 2011
Actual teaching dates vary in a small percentage of courses.
It is important that students consult their timetable for exact
teaching dates for their specific course.
Note 1: Results from IELTS and TOEFL are valid for two years.
Note 2: The University through UniSA International maintains
a list of countries where English is commonly used and
which would satisfy this criteria. This may include particular
educational institutions within a given non-English speaking
country where English is the language of instruction.
Please note: UniSA reserves the right to alter amend or
delete any program fee course admission requirement or
mode of delivery without prior notice.
For more information visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/study/progcourses
[i]
Please note: Commencement of study begins with a UniSA
orientation program. Please ensure your travel plans enable
you to arrive in time for this orientation program.
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/ltu/students/
start/orientation/international/default.asp
9
Postgraduate programs available in 2010
Program
Division of Education Arts and Social Sciences (continued)
Research Degrees
Master of Arts (Indigenous Studies)
PhD Indigenous or Australian Studies
Master of Arts (International Studies)
PhD Social Science (International Studies)
Master of Architecture
Master of Design (Architecture)
PhD Architecture and Design
Master of Design (Art)
Master of Visual Arts
PhD Visual Art (Major Studio Project)
PhD Visual Arts
Doctor of Communication
Master of Arts (Communication and Information Studies)
PhD Social Science (Communication and Information Studies)
Doctor of Education
Master of Education
Master of Education
Master of Education
PhD Education
PhD Education (Early Childhood Education)
PhD Education (Magill)
PhD Social Science (Psychology)
Master of Social Science (Social Work and Social Policy)
PhD Social Science (Social Work and Social Policy)
PhD Whyalla
Division of Health Sciences
Coursework Programs Graduate Certificate
Graduate Certificate in Medical Radiation (Breast Imaging)
Graduate Certificate in Medical Radiation
Graduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy)
Notes
EQ
EXT
UniSA Division of Business programs are accredited
by the
European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.
au/business/about/equis
Minimum English language entry requirements
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) (see Note 1 right)
6.0
Overall Band Score
6.5
International students may only enrol in this program
externally from their own country.
In accordance with Australian law CRICOS codes
are not required for transnational programs or for
programs available only in off-campus mode.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Annual fees reflect standard program duration.
English Language Programs
Score
Successful completion of the CELUSA Academic English Program
Level 5
Score
TOEFL iBT (Internet-based test)
90 with no band less than 21
TOEFL PBT (Paper-based test)
577 with TWE (Test of Written English) of 4.5
Other ways to meet the English language
condition
• Successful completion of a tertiary qualification at diploma level or
above completed in Australia within the last two years; or
10
Score
Reading and Writing
• Successful completion of at least two years of tertiary study at diploma
level or above conducted and completed in English within the last five
years in a country in which English is commonly used as determined by
the University (see Note 2 right). Where the study in English was more
than five years ago this requirement may be satisfied by subsequent and
recent work experience of at least two years duration in a setting where
English is the language of business subject to satisfactory evidence as
determined by the University.
IELTS English language requirements
Page reference number
IELTS speaking subscore
IELTS listening subscore
IELTS writing subscore
IELTS reading subscore
IELTS overall total score
Home campus
Start date
(SP = Study Period)
Total program fee (A$)
Annual program fee
2010 (A$)
Program duration (years)
CRICOS code
Quota
Program code
please refer to the table in the notes (below) for equivalent TOEFL scores
DMRI
039461E
2yrs
$15100
$30200
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
DPUN
048558K
4yrs
$17100
$68400
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
MMRI
020957C
2yrs
$16900
$33800
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
MPSI
040646G
4yrs
$16900
$67600
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
013177A
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
DMRC
048565M
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
DPAC
015040B
4yrs
$20900
$83600
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
DMRT
013571B
2yrs
$17500
$35000
SP2
CWE
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
DMRV
024083E
2yrs
$17500
$35000
SP2
CWE
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
DMRA
Q
DPRV
036284G
4yrs
$17500
$70000
SP2
CWE
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
DPAT
036284G
4yrs
$17500
$70000
SP2
CWE
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
MPCS
040744F
4yrs
$17500
$70000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
MMRC
040746D
2yrs
$17500
$35000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
MPSC
040645J
4yrs
$17500
$70000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
MPEU
036294F
4yrs
$16000
$64000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
LMRA
000619J
2yrs
$16000
$32000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
58
MMRE
000619J
2yrs
$16000
$32000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
MMRM
000619J
2yrs
$16000
$32000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
LPEN
016149C
4yrs
$16000
$64000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
MPEE
016149C
4yrs
$16000
$64000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
MPEM
016149C
4yrs
$16000
$64000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
MPSP
040647G
4yrs
$18500
$74000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
MMRW
040747C
2yrs
$17500
$35000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
58
MPSO
040648F
4yrs
$17500
$70000
SP2 SP5
MAG
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
WPHD
020947E
4yrs
$17500
$70000
SP2
WHY
6.5
6
6
6
6
59
ICMR
n/a
0.5yrs
$7875
$7875
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
ICMR
n/a
0.5yrs
$7875
$7875
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
69
059071J
0.5yrs
$10138
$10138
SP2
CEA
6.5
6
6
66
ICPY
Q
Home campus codes
Start dates (2010)
CEA
SP = Study Period
City East
CWE City West
MLK Mawson Lakes
MAG Magill
WHY Whyalla/Mt Gambier
EXT
External
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
11 January 2010 – 9 April 2010
15 February 2010 – 2 July 2010
5 April 2010 – 2 July 2010
28 June 2010 – 24 September 2010
12 July 2010 – 26 November 2010
20 September 2010 – 17 December 2010
25 October 2010 – 25 May 2011
Actual teaching dates vary in a small percentage of courses.
It is important that students consult their timetable for exact
teaching dates for their specific course.
Note 1: Results from IELTS and TOEFL are valid for two years.
Note 2: The University through UniSA International maintains
a list of countries where English is commonly used and
which would satisfy this criteria. This may include particular
educational institutions within a given non-English speaking
country where English is the language of instruction.
69
Please note: UniSA reserves the right to alter amend or
delete any program fee course admission requirement or
mode of delivery without prior notice.
For more information visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/study/progcourses
[i]
Please note: Commencement of study begins with a UniSA
orientation program. Please ensure your travel plans enable
you to arrive in time for this orientation program.
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/ltu/students/
start/orientation/international/default.asp
11
Postgraduate programs available in 2010
Program
Division of Health Sciences (continued)
Coursework Programs Graduate Diploma
Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Health and Ageing)
Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Leadership and Management)
Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Nurse Education)
Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Cardiovascular Nursing)
Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Research Methodologies)
Graduate Diploma in Medical Sonography
Coursework Programs Masters
Master of Health Science (Health Service Management)
Master of Nursing (Cardiovascular Nursing)
Master of Nursing (Health and Ageing)
Master of Nursing (Leadership and Management)
Master of Nursing/Mental Health Nursing/Midwifery (Research Methodologies)
Master of Nursing (Nurse Education)
Master of Occupational Therapy (Graduate Entry)
Master of Physiotherapy (Graduate Entry)
Master of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy
Master of Medical Sonography
Research Degrees
Master of Health (Human Movement)
Master of Health (Medical Radiation)
Master of Health (Occupational Therapy)
Master of Health (Podiatry)
Master of Health (Physiotherapy)
Master of Health
Master of Science (Pharmaceutical Science)
Master of Science (Laboratory Medicine)
Master of Science (Pharmacy)
Master of Nursing
Doctor of Philosophy (Health Sciences)
Doctor of Philosophy (Human Movement)
Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing and Midwifery)
Doctor of Philosophy (Pharmacy and Medical Sciences)
Notes
EQ
EXT
UniSA Division of Business programs are accredited
by the
European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.
au/business/about/equis
Minimum English language entry requirements
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) (see Note 1 right)
6.0
Overall Band Score
6.5
International students may only enrol in this program
externally from their own country.
In accordance with Australian law CRICOS codes
are not required for transnational programs or for
programs available only in off-campus mode.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Annual fees reflect standard program duration.
English Language Programs
Score
Successful completion of the CELUSA Academic English Program
Level 5
Score
TOEFL iBT (Internet-based test)
90 with no band less than 21
TOEFL PBT (Paper-based test)
577 with TWE (Test of Written English) of 4.5
Other ways to meet the English language
condition
• Successful completion of a tertiary qualification at diploma level or
above completed in Australia within the last two years; or
12
Score
Reading and Writing
• Successful completion of at least two years of tertiary study at diploma
level or above conducted and completed in English within the last five
years in a country in which English is commonly used as determined by
the University (see Note 2 right). Where the study in English was more
than five years ago this requirement may be satisfied by subsequent and
recent work experience of at least two years duration in a setting where
English is the language of business subject to satisfactory evidence as
determined by the University.
IELTS English language requirements
CRICOS code
Program duration (years)
Annual program fee
2010 (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date
(SP = Study Period)
Home campus
IELTS overall total score
IELTS reading subscore
IELTS writing subscore
IELTS listening subscore
IELTS speaking subscore
Page reference number
n/a
1yr
$17550
$17550
SP2
EXT
6.5
6
6
6
6
64
IGNG
Q
045407E
1yr
$17550
$17550
SP2
CEA/EXT
6.5
6
6
6
6
61
IGNG
Q
045407E
1yr
$17550
$17550
SP2
CEA/EXT
6.5
6
6
6
6
62
n/a
1yr
$17550
$17550
SP2
EXT
6.5
6
6
6
6
65
045407E
1yr
$17550
$17550
SP2
CEA/EXT
6.5
6
6
6
6
n/a
1yr
$15750
$15750
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
Program code
Quota
please refer to the table in the notes (below) for equivalent TOEFL scores
IGNG
IGNG
IGNG
Q
IGSO
IMHP
Q
052686A
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2
CEA
6.5
6
6
IMNG
n/a
1.5yrs
$17550
$26325
SP2
EXT
6.5
6
6
6
6
65
IMNG
n/a
1.5yrs
$17550
$26325
SP2
EXT
6.5
6
6
6
6
68
64
IMNG
Q
046395G
1.5yrs
$17550
$26325
SP2
CEA/EXT
6.5
6
6
6
6
61
IMNG
Q
046395G
1.5yrs
$17550
$26325
SP2
CEA/EXT
6.5
6
6
6
6
63
IMNG
Q
046395G
1.5yrs
$17550
$26325
SP2
CEA/EXT
6.5
6
6
6
6
IMOG
Q
024071J
2yrs
$24150
$48300
SP5
CEA
7
6
6
67
IMPE
Q
045406F
2yrs
$27825
$55650
SP5
CEA
7
6
6
67
IMPX
Q
045405G
1.3yrs
$20275
$25344
SP1
CEA
6.5
6
6
66
n/a
1.5yrs
$15750
$23625
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
68
IMHC
036359E
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IMHC
065561G
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IMHC
036361M
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IMHC
065563E
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IMHC
024052A
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IMHC
036358F
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IMHC
065562F
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IMHC
036360A
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IMHC
009603M
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IMHC
024073G
2yrs
$20900
$41800
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IPHD
024089K
4yrs
$20900
$83600
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IPHD
048569G
4yrs
$20900
$83600
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IPHD
024085C
4yrs
$20900
$83600
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IPHD
048570C
4yrs
$20900
$83600
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
70
IMSO
Home campus codes
Start dates (2010)
CEA
SP = Study Period
City East
CWE City West
MLK Mawson Lakes
MAG Magill
WHY Whyalla/Mt Gambier
EXT
63
68
External
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
11 January 2010 – 9 April 2010
15 February 2010 – 2 July 2010
5 April 2010 – 2 July 2010
28 June 2010 – 24 September 2010
12 July 2010 – 26 November 2010
20 September 2010 – 17 December 2010
25 October 2010 – 25 May 2011
Actual teaching dates vary in a small percentage of courses.
It is important that students consult their timetable for exact
teaching dates for their specific course.
Note 1: Results from IELTS and TOEFL are valid for two years.
Note 2: The University through UniSA International maintains
a list of countries where English is commonly used and
which would satisfy this criteria. This may include particular
educational institutions within a given non-English speaking
country where English is the language of instruction.
62
Please note: UniSA reserves the right to alter amend or
delete any program fee course admission requirement or
mode of delivery without prior notice.
For more information visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/study/progcourses
[i]
Please note: Commencement of study begins with a UniSA
orientation program. Please ensure your travel plans enable
you to arrive in time for this orientation program.
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/ltu/students/
start/orientation/international/default.asp
13
Postgraduate programs available in 2010
Program
Division of IT, Engineering and the Environment
Coursework Programs Graduate Certificate
Graduate Certificate in Business Information Management (Records Management)
Graduate Certificate in Business Information Management (Library Management)
Graduate Certificate in Business Information Management (Enterprise Content and Knowledge Management)
Graduate Certificate in Business Information Management (Preservation and Archival Management)
Graduate Certificate in Building and Planning
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Transport Systems Engineering)
Graduate Certificate in Project Management
Graduate Certificate in Project Management (Assets and Facilities)
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Microsystems Technology)
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering)
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Computational Physics)
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Electrical Power Engineering)
Graduate Certificate in Engineering
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Telecommunications)
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management and Sustainability
Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
Graduate Certificate in Professional Engineering Practice
Graduate Certificate in Professional Practice
Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Graduate Certificate in Water Resources Management
Graduate Certificate of Engineering (Advanced Manufacturing Technology) (Manufacturing Management)
Coursework Programs Graduate Diploma
Graduate Diploma in Business Information Management (Enterprise Content and Knowledge Management)
Graduate Diploma in Business Information Management (Preservation and Archival Management)
Graduate Diploma in Business Information Management (Records Management)
Graduate Diploma in e-Commerce
Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Management
Graduate Diploma in Project Management (Assets and Facilities)
Graduate Diploma in Project Management
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Transport Systems Engineering)
Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering)
Notes
EQ
EXT
UniSA Division of Business programs are accredited
by the
European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.
au/business/about/equis
Minimum English language entry requirements
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) (see Note 1 right)
6.0
Overall Band Score
6.5
International students may only enrol in this program
externally from their own country.
In accordance with Australian law CRICOS codes
are not required for transnational programs or for
programs available only in off-campus mode.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Annual fees reflect standard program duration.
English Language Programs
Score
Successful completion of the CELUSA Academic English Program
Level 5
Score
TOEFL iBT (Internet-based test)
90 with no band less than 21
TOEFL PBT (Paper-based test)
577 with TWE (Test of Written English) of 4.5
Other ways to meet the English language
condition
• Successful completion of a tertiary qualification at diploma level or
above completed in Australia within the last two years; or
14
Score
Reading and Writing
• Successful completion of at least two years of tertiary study at diploma
level or above conducted and completed in English within the last five
years in a country in which English is commonly used as determined by
the University (see Note 2 right). Where the study in English was more
than five years ago this requirement may be satisfied by subsequent and
recent work experience of at least two years duration in a setting where
English is the language of business subject to satisfactory evidence as
determined by the University.
IELTS English language requirements
Start date
(SP = Study Period)
Home campus
IELTS overall total score
IELTS reading subscore
IELTS writing subscore
$9750
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
97
$9750
$9750
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
94
DCBI
n/a
0.5yrs
$9750
$9750
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
95
DCBI
n/a
0.5yrs
$9750
$9750
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
96
ICBP
036392D
0.5yrs
$10500
$10500
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
108
ICER
040656F
0.5yrs
$11000
$11000
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
81
ICPM
058642J
0.5yrs
$10500
$10500
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
99
ICPM
064669C
0.5yrs
$10500
$10500
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
101
LCEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
$11000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
78
LCEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
$11000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
75
LCEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
$11000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
80
LCEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
$11000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
76
LCEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
$11000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
73
LCEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
$11000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
79
LCES
058637F
0.5yrs
$10000
$10000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
108
LCIF
036273M
0.5yrs
$9750
$9750
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
88
LCPE
065559A
0.5yrs
$11000
$11000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
86
92
LCPP
061230C
0.5yrs
$9750
$9750
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
LCSU
057810F
0.5yrs
$9750
$9750
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
85
LCWM
055262A
0.5yrs
$11500
$11500
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
103
LGEN
048571B
0.5yrs
$10500
$10500
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
84
DGBF
n/a
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
95
DGBF
n/a
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 SP5
EXT
6.5
6
6
96
DGBF
n/a
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 SP5
Online
6.5
6
6
97
DGEC
041700K
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2
CWE
6.5
6
6
91
DGLM
n/a
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 SP5
Online
6.5
6
6
93
IGBP
064670K
1yr
$21000
$21000
SP3 SP6
CEA
6.5
6
6
100
IGBP
013176B
1yr
$21000
$21000
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
99
IGER
040659C
1yr
$22000
$22000
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
81
IGUR
000579A
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
102
LGEE
000575E
1yr
$22000
$22000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
74
Home campus codes
Start dates (2010)
CEA
SP = Study Period
City East
CWE City West
MLK Mawson Lakes
MAG Magill
WHY Whyalla/Mt Gambier
EXT
Page reference number
Total program fee (A$)
$9750
0.5yrs
IELTS speaking subscore
Annual program fee
2010 (A$)
0.5yrs
n/a
IELTS listening subscore
Program duration (years)
n/a
DCBI
Quota
DCBI
Program code
CRICOS code
please refer to the table in the notes (below) for equivalent TOEFL scores
External
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
SP6
11 January 2010 – 9 April 2010
15 February 2010 – 2 July 2010
5 April 2010 – 2 July 2010
28 June 2010 – 24 September 2010
12 July 2010 – 26 November 2010
20 September 2010 – 17 December 2010
25 October 2010 – 25 May 2011
Actual teaching dates vary in a small percentage of courses.
It is important that students consult their timetable for exact
teaching dates for their specific course.
Note 1: Results from IELTS and TOEFL are valid for two years.
Note 2: The University through UniSA International maintains
a list of countries where English is commonly used and
which would satisfy this criteria. This may include particular
educational institutions within a given non-English speaking
country where English is the language of instruction.
Please note: UniSA reserves the right to alter amend or
delete any program fee course admission requirement or
mode of delivery without prior notice.
For more information visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/study/progcourses
[i]
Please note: Commencement of study begins with a UniSA
orientation program. Please ensure your travel plans enable
you to arrive in time for this orientation program.
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/ltu/students/
start/orientation/international/default.asp
15
Postgraduate programs available in 2010
Program
Division of IT, Engineering and the Environment (continued)
Coursework Programs Graduate Diploma (continued)
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Microsystems Technology)
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Electrical Power Engineering)
Graduate Diploma in Engineering
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Telecommunications)
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Advanced Manufacturing Technology)
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Manufacturing Management)
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Sustainability (Natural Resource Management)
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Sustainability (Water Management)
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Sustainability (Urban Ecology)
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Sustainability (Geospatial Science)
Graduate Diploma in Information Technology
Graduate Diploma in Professional Computing
Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Graduate Diploma in Water Resources Management
Coursework Programs Masters and PhDs
Master of Business Information Management
Master of e-Commerce
Master of Business Information Systems
Master of Library and Information Management
Master of Project Management
Master of Project Management (Assets and Facilities)
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
Master of Science (Computer and Information Science)
Master of Information and Communications Technology Management
Master of Engineering (Microsystems Technology)
Master of Engineering (Electrical Power Engineering)
Master of Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering)
Master of Engineering (Telecommunications)
Master of Engineering (Manufacturing Management)
Master of Engineering (Advanced Manufacturing Technology)
Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability (Geospatial Science)
Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability (Natural Resource Management)
Notes
EQ
EXT
UniSA Division of Business programs are accredited
by the
European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.
au/business/about/equis
Minimum English language entry requirements
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) (see Note 1 right)
6.0
Overall Band Score
6.5
International students may only enrol in this program
externally from their own country.
In accordance with Australian law CRICOS codes
are not required for transnational programs or for
programs available only in off-campus mode.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Annual fees reflect standard program duration.
English Language Programs
Score
Successful completion of the CELUSA Academic English Program
Level 5
Score
TOEFL iBT (Internet-based test)
90 with no band less than 21
TOEFL PBT (Paper-based test)
577 with TWE (Test of Written English) of 4.5
Other ways to meet the English language
condition
• Successful completion of a tertiary qualification at diploma level or
above completed in Australia within the last two years; or
16
Score
Reading and Writing
• Successful completion of at least two years of tertiary study at diploma
level or above conducted and completed in English within the last five
years in a country in which English is commonly used as determined by
the University (see Note 2 right). Where the study in English was more
than five years ago this requirement may be satisfied by subsequent and
recent work experience of at least two years duration in a setting where
English is the language of business subject to satisfactory evidence as
determined by the University.
IELTS English language requirements
Start date
(SP = Study Period)
Home campus
IELTS overall total score
IELTS reading subscore
IELTS writing subscore
$22000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
77
$22000
$22000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
76
LGEE
000575E
1yr
$22000
$22000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
73
LGEE
000575E
1yr
$22000
$22000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
79
LGEG
050785C
1yr
$21000
$21000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
83
LGEG
050785C
1yr
$21000
$21000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
82
LGES
058636G
1yr
$20000
$20000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
105
LGES
058636G
1yr
$20000
$20000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
106
LGES
058636G
1yr
$20000
$20000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
107
LGES
058636G
1yr
$20000
$20000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
104
LGIF
036277G
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
88
LGPR
052351B
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
90
LGSU
057809K
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
85
LGWM
055263M
1yr
$23000
$23000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
103
94
DMBF
065401A
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
DMEC
041699J
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
91
DMIS
036334C
1.5yrs
$28875
$19250
SP2 SP5 SP7
CWE
6.5
6
6
92
DMLM
062517B
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 SP5
CWE
6.5
6
6
93
IMPJ
024075E
1.5yrs
$21000
$31500
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
98
IMPJ
065402M
1.5yrs
$21000
$31500
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
100
101
IMUR
048094D
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
LMCP
048093E
1.5yrs
$20000
$30000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
89
LMCT
048097A
1.5yrs
$20000
$30000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
89
LMEE
048095C
1.5yrs
$22000
$33000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
77
LMEE
048095C
1.5yrs
$22000
$33000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
75
LMEE
048095C
1.5yrs
$22000
$33000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
74
LMEE
048095C
1.5yrs
$22000
$33000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
78
LMEN
048506M
1.5yrs
$21000
$31500
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
82
LMEN
048506M
1.5yrs
$21000
$31500
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
83
LMES
058635G
1.5yrs
$20000
$30000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
104
LMES
058635G
1.5yrs
$20000
$30000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
105
Home campus codes
Start dates (2010)
CEA
SP = Study Period
City East
CWE City West
MLK Mawson Lakes
MAG Magill
WHY Whyalla/Mt Gambier
EXT
Page reference number
Total program fee (A$)
$22000
1yr
IELTS speaking subscore
Annual program fee
2010 (A$)
1yr
000575E
IELTS listening subscore
Program duration (years)
000575E
LGEE
Quota
LGEE
Program code
CRICOS code
please refer to the table in the notes (below) for equivalent TOEFL scores
External
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
11 January 2010 – 9 April 2010
15 February 2010 – 2 July 2010
5 April 2010 – 2 July 2010
28 June 2010 – 24 September 2010
12 July 2010 – 26 November 2010
20 September 2010 – 17 December 2010
25 October 2010 – 25 May 2011
Actual teaching dates vary in a small percentage of courses.
It is important that students consult their timetable for exact
teaching dates for their specific course.
Note 1: Results from IELTS and TOEFL are valid for two years.
Note 2: The University through UniSA International maintains
a list of countries where English is commonly used and
which would satisfy this criteria. This may include particular
educational institutions within a given non-English speaking
country where English is the language of instruction.
Please note: UniSA reserves the right to alter amend or
delete any program fee course admission requirement or
mode of delivery without prior notice.
For more information visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/study/progcourses
[i]
Please note: Commencement of study begins with a UniSA
orientation program. Please ensure your travel plans enable
you to arrive in time for this orientation program.
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/ltu/students/
start/orientation/international/default.asp
17
Postgraduate programs available in 2010
Program
Division of IT, Engineering and the Environment (continued)
Coursework Programs Masters and PhDs (continued)
Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability (Urban Ecology)
Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability (Water Management)
Master of Information Technology
Master of Professional Computing
Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Master of Water Resources Management
Master of Engineering (Transport Systems Engineering)
Doctor of Information Technology Management
Doctor of Project Management
Doctor of Information Technology
Research Degrees
Master of Science (Bioinformatics)
Master of Computer Information Science
Master of Engineering (Electrical and Information Engineering)
Master of Science (Geoinformatics)
Master of Science (Minerals and Materials)
Master of Science (Applied Physics)
Master of Planning
Master of Science (Sustainable Environments)
Master of Engineering (Systems Engineering)
Master of Science (Environmental Remediation Public Health)
Master of Building
Master of Science (Mathematics)
Master of Engineering (Mechanical and Manufacturing)
Master of Science (Statistics)
Master of Engineering (Civil)
Doctor of Philosophy (Electrical and Information Engineering)
Doctor of Philosophy (Systems Engineering)
Doctor of Philosophy (Environmental Remediation Public Health)
Doctor of Philosophy (Mathematics and Statistics)
Doctor of Philosophy (Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering)
Doctor of Philosophy (Computer and Information Science)
Notes
EQ
EXT
UniSA Division of Business programs are accredited
by the
European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.
au/business/about/equis
Minimum English language entry requirements
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) (see Note 1 right)
6.0
Overall Band Score
6.5
International students may only enrol in this program
externally from their own country.
In accordance with Australian law CRICOS codes
are not required for transnational programs or for
programs available only in off-campus mode.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Annual fees reflect standard program duration.
English Language Programs
Score
Successful completion of the CELUSA Academic English Program
Level 5
Score
TOEFL iBT (Internet-based test)
90 with no band less than 21
TOEFL PBT (Paper-based test)
577 with TWE (Test of Written English) of 4.5
Other ways to meet the English language
condition
• Successful completion of a tertiary qualification at diploma level or
above completed in Australia within the last two years; or
18
Score
Reading and Writing
• Successful completion of at least two years of tertiary study at diploma
level or above conducted and completed in English within the last five
years in a country in which English is commonly used as determined by
the University (see Note 2 right). Where the study in English was more
than five years ago this requirement may be satisfied by subsequent and
recent work experience of at least two years duration in a setting where
English is the language of business subject to satisfactory evidence as
determined by the University.
IELTS English language requirements
Start date
(SP = Study Period)
Home campus
IELTS overall total score
IELTS reading subscore
IELTS writing subscore
$30000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
107
$20000
$30000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
106
LMIF
048092F
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
87
LMPR
052349G
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
90
LMSU
057808M
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
84
LMWM
055264K
1.5yrs
$23000
$34500
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
102
IMEN
051833C
1.5yrs
$22000
$33000
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
80
DPTM
064450M
3yrs
$20000
$60000
SP2 SP5
CWE
7
6
6
86
IPPM
048572A
3yrs
$21000
$63000
SP2 SP5
CEA
6.5
6
6
LPIN
059070K
3yrs
$20000
$60000
SP2 SP5
MLK
6.5
6
6
LMIE
065888F
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
065882A
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
065884K
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
065889E
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
065890A
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
024051B
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
024074F
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
065881B
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
065887G
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
065885J
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
013179K
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
000161E
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
065886G
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
065891M
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LMIE
065883M
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LPHD
013179K
4yrs
$23000
$92000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LPHD
065901C
4yrs
$23000
$92000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LPHD
065908G
4yrs
$23000
$92000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LPHD
065909F
4yrs
$23000
$92000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LPHD
065910B
4yrs
$23000
$92000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LPHD
065903A
4yrs
$23000
$92000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
Home campus codes
Start dates (2010)
CEA
SP = Study Period
City East
CWE City West
MLK Mawson Lakes
MAG Magill
WHY Whyalla/Mt Gambier
EXT
Page reference number
Total program fee (A$)
$20000
1.5yrs
IELTS speaking subscore
Annual program fee
2010 (A$)
1.5yrs
058635G
IELTS listening subscore
Program duration (years)
058635G
LMES
Quota
LMES
Program code
CRICOS code
please refer to the table in the notes (below) for equivalent TOEFL scores
External
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
11 January 2010 – 9 April 2010
15 February 2010 – 2 July 2010
5 April 2010 – 2 July 2010
28 June 2010 – 24 September 2010
12 July 2010 – 26 November 2010
20 September 2010 – 17 December 2010
25 October 2010 – 25 May 2011
Actual teaching dates vary in a small percentage of courses.
It is important that students consult their timetable for exact
teaching dates for their specific course.
Note 1: Results from IELTS and TOEFL are valid for two years.
Note 2: The University through UniSA International maintains
a list of countries where English is commonly used and
which would satisfy this criteria. This may include particular
educational institutions within a given non-English speaking
country where English is the language of instruction.
98
6
6
87
Please note: UniSA reserves the right to alter amend or
delete any program fee course admission requirement or
mode of delivery without prior notice.
For more information visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/study/progcourses
[i]
Please note: Commencement of study begins with a UniSA
orientation program. Please ensure your travel plans enable
you to arrive in time for this orientation program.
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/ltu/students/
start/orientation/international/default.asp
19
Postgraduate programs available in 2010
Program
Division of IT, Engineering and the Environment (continued)
Research Degrees (continued)
Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering and Environment)
Doctor of Philosophy (Planning and Building)
Doctor of Philosophy (Bioinformatics)
Doctor of Philosophy (Minerals and Materials)
A supplementary brochure on new Master programs and opportunities at
the University of South Australia will be available in June 2009.
Notes
EQ
EXT
UniSA Division of Business programs are accredited
by the
European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.
au/business/about/equis
Minimum English language entry requirements
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) (see Note 1 right)
6.0
Overall Band Score
6.5
International students may only enrol in this program
externally from their own country.
In accordance with Australian law CRICOS codes
are not required for transnational programs or for
programs available only in off-campus mode.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Annual fees reflect standard program duration.
English Language Programs
Score
Successful completion of the CELUSA Academic English Program
Level 5
Score
TOEFL iBT (Internet-based test)
90 with no band less than 21
TOEFL PBT (Paper-based test)
577 with TWE (Test of Written English) of 4.5
Other ways to meet the English language
condition
• Successful completion of a tertiary qualification at diploma level or
above completed in Australia within the last two years; or
20
Score
Reading and Writing
• Successful completion of at least two years of tertiary study at diploma
level or above conducted and completed in English within the last five
years in a country in which English is commonly used as determined by
the University (see Note 2 right). Where the study in English was more
than five years ago this requirement may be satisfied by subsequent and
recent work experience of at least two years duration in a setting where
English is the language of business subject to satisfactory evidence as
determined by the University.
IELTS English language requirements
Start date
(SP = Study Period)
Home campus
IELTS overall total score
IELTS reading subscore
IELTS writing subscore
$92000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
$23000
$92000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LPHD
065902B
4yrs
$23000
$92000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
LPHD
036288D
4yrs
$23000
$92000
SP2 SP5
MLK
7
6
6
109
Home campus codes
Start dates (2010)
CEA
SP = Study Period
City East
CWE City West
MLK Mawson Lakes
MAG Magill
WHY Whyalla/Mt Gambier
EXT
External
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
11 January 2010 – 9 April 2010
15 February 2010 – 2 July 2010
5 April 2010 – 2 July 2010
28 June 2010 – 24 September 2010
12 July 2010 – 26 November 2010
20 September 2010 – 17 December 2010
25 October 2010 – 25 May 2011
Actual teaching dates vary in a small percentage of courses.
It is important that students consult their timetable for exact
teaching dates for their specific course.
Note 1: Results from IELTS and TOEFL are valid for two years.
Note 2: The University through UniSA International maintains
a list of countries where English is commonly used and
which would satisfy this criteria. This may include particular
educational institutions within a given non-English speaking
country where English is the language of instruction.
Page reference number
Total program fee (A$)
$23000
4yrs
IELTS speaking subscore
Annual program fee
2010 (A$)
4yrs
065911A
IELTS listening subscore
Program duration (years)
065906K
LPHD
Quota
LPHD
Program code
CRICOS code
please refer to the table in the notes (below) for equivalent TOEFL scores
Please note: UniSA reserves the right to alter amend or
delete any program fee course admission requirement or
mode of delivery without prior notice.
For more information visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/study/progcourses
[i]
Please note: Commencement of study begins with a UniSA
orientation program. Please ensure your travel plans enable
you to arrive in time for this orientation program.
[ i ] For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/ltu/students/
start/orientation/international/default.asp
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Division of
Business
Today’s business world
demands well-educated
professionals with the skills,
knowledge and enthusiasm
to succeed. UniSA’s Division
of Business enjoys an
international reputation for
innovation and educating
professionals to suit the
global business community.
As one of Australia’s largest
faculties of business and
as a significant contributor
to the Asia-Pacific region,
the Division offers local
and international students
from a wide range of
backgrounds the chance to
study together. Within each
Division of Business degree
there are opportunities
to study specialist areas,
undertake an overseas
student exchange or study a
double degree.
The Division has a successful
research agenda with
internationally recognised
research concentrations.
Its focus is on high quality
research that produces
benefits for industry and
the wider community in
national and international
markets.
The Division of Business
was the second Australian
business school to be
accredited by the European
Quality Improvement
System (EQUIS).
EQUIS is part of the
European Foundation for
Management Development
and accreditation is
awarded to business
schools only after a rigorous
assessment by a panel of
international academics and
business people.
• School of Marketing
For more information visit: www.unisa.edu.au/business
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The Division of Business
has earned a reputation as
one of Australia’s leading
educators of entrepreneurs
and business professionals.
The Division has five wellestablished and respected
schools:
• School of Commerce
• School of Law
• School of Management
• International Graduate
School of Business
Master of Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
DMMT
058629F
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Diploma in Management with a
grade point average of at least 4.0 from the
University of South Australia or an equivalent
qualification from another recognised university.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program requirements
UniSA’s Management programs have been
designed for those aspiring to positions as mid-level
managers through to CEOs. The programs are
specifically designed in close consultation with
our vast network of industry and professional
partners. This ensures the programs meet the
increasingly complex challenges organisations
face and maintain relevance to supervisors and
managers. The program includes content important
to industry and provides students with a broad
based knowledge of management principles and
practices. Graduates will be equipped with the
relevant skills and knowledge to face contemporary
and complex global management challenges.
Course name
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
People, Organisations and Leadership
Action Learning Project
What will I study?
The Masters program consists of 12 courses totalling
54 units. It allows students to undertake four core
business courses, four electives and four courses
within a management specialisation related to
managing change, project management for business,
managing human resources and strategic concepts.
Plus three courses from the following:
Managing Change
Project Management for Business
Managing Human Resources
Strategic Concepts
Negotiation and Conflict Management
Plus 4 Electives
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Specialisations are also available in Administrative
Management, Event Management, Innovation
and Entrepreneurship, Integrated Supply Chain
Management, Manufacturing and Tourism.
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
Business
Home campus
Program overview
For further information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Management
Program code
CRICOS code
DGMT
058630B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
What will I study?
Important information
The Graduate Diploma comprises
eight courses totalling 36 units.
Specialisations are also available in Administrative
Management, Event Management, Innovation
and Entrepreneurship, Integrated Supply Chain
Management, Manufacturing and Tourism.
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
Program requirements
Total program fee (A$)
$19920
Course name
People, Organisations and Leadership
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Certificate in Management or
Business Administration from the University of
South Australia or an equivalent qualification
from another recognised university.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Units
4.5
Complete at least one of the following:
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
4.5
4.5
4.5
Four courses from the following:
Managing Change
Project Management for Business
Managing Human Resources
Strategic Concepts
Negotiation and Conflict Management
Plus 2 Electives
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Certificate in Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
$9960
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
Four years relevant work experience and
a Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Two years relevant work experience and an
Advanced Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Relevant work experience for at least 6 years.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
CWE
What will I study?
Important information
The Graduate Certificate comprises four courses
totalling 18 units.
Specialisations are also available in Administrative
Management, Event Management, Innovation
and Entrepreneurship, Integrated Supply Chain
Management, Manufacturing and Tourism.
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
Program requirements
Course name
Division Core
People, Organisations and Leadership
Elective
Plus two courses from the Management
Specialisation
Managing Change
Project Management for Business
Managing Human Resources
Strategic Concepts
Negotiation and Conflict Management
Units
4.5
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
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Master of Management (Administrative Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
DMMT
058629F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$29880
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.
Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program overview
Program requirements
Skilled administrators are always in demand.
UniSA’s postgraduate program in Administrative
Management has been designed to provide the
knowledge necessary to meet the administrative
challenges and responsibilities in modern
organisations. Offering a blend of information
systems and management courses, the program
will enable graduates to contribute to the effective
management of administrative systems in private
and public sector organisations. Students will
develop skills in a variety of areas including people
management, information management, and verbal
and written communication. They will have the
chance to examine workplace trends and practices
as they affect contemporary organisations.
Course name
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
People, Organisations and Leadership
What will I study?
Important information
The School of Management programs
offer specialised courses in administrative
management related to areas such as the
impact of technology, workplace learning,
information and resource management, and
supporting decision making. The Master program
comprises 12 courses totalling 54 units.
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
Four courses from the following:
Impact of Technology
Workplace Learning M
Information and Resource Management
Supporting Decision Making
Plus 4 Electives
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Management (Administrative Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
DGMT
058630B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
Total program fee (A$)
$19920
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Program requirements
Course name
People, Organisations and Leadership
Complete at least one of the following:
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
Four courses from the following:
Impact of Technology
Workplace Learning M
Information and Resource Management
Supporting Decision Making
Plus 2 Electives
Entry requirements
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.
Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
What will I study?
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
The School of Management programs
offer specialised courses in administrative
management related to areas such as the
impact of technology, workplace learning,
information and resource management, and
supporting decision making. The Graduate
Diploma has eight courses totalling 36 units.
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Management (Administrative Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
Course name
Units
Division Core
People, Organisations and Leadership
Elective
4.5
4.5
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.
Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Plus two courses from the Administrative
Management Specialisation
Impact of Technology
Workplace Learning M
Information and Resource Management
Supporting Decision Making
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
What will I study?
Important information
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$9960
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
The School of Management programs offer
specialised courses in administrative management
related to areas such as the impact of
technology, workplace learning, information
and resource management, and supporting
decision making. The Graduate Certificate
consists of four courses totalling 18 units.
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Program requirements
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Master of Human Resource Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
DMHU
055260C
1.5yrs
Professional recognition
The Masters of HRM program is accredited with
the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI).
$19920
What will I study?
Total program fee (A$)
$29880
Professional HRM practice requires knowledge
and skills in the operation and management
of business. Students undertaking the Master
program will be required to take at least four
courses in general management, developing
knowledge and skills in marketing, accounting,
organisational behaviour, business and the
regulatory environment. The program is structured
to develop life long knowledge and skills in
HRM professional practice and offers a variety of
electives to enable students to develop knowledge
in areas of interest. The Master degree requires
the completion of six HRM-specific courses, four
general business courses, and two HRM electives.
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Applicants will have one of the following:
A completed undergraduate degree*
or postgraduate qualifications; or
Completed the requirements of the Graduate
Diploma in Human Resource Management
with a GPA of at least 5.0 (65% average).
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program requirements
Program overview
Unique in South Australia, UniSA’s graduate Human
Resource Management (HRM) program provides an
introduction to the knowledge and skills required by
HRM practitioners. The program is taught by qualified
academics who are engaged in a wide range of
industry-based research. Its courses draw upon
current international research and local industry
knowledge. The program is designed to be relevant
and useful to current and future practitioners.
Course name
Units
Introduction to Human Resource Management 4.5
Legal Aspects of Employment F
4.5
Australian Industrial Relations
4.5
Strategic Management of Human Resources
4.5
Performance Management
4.5
Recruitment and Selection
4.5
People, Organisations and Leadership
4.5
Global Business Environment
4.5
4.5
4.5
General Electives:
International Human
Resource Management
Reward and Recognition
Occupational Health and Safety Law and
Risk Management
Workplace Learning M
Risk Management
Business Ethics G
Managing Change
Entrepreneurial Creativity and Innovation
Project Management for Business
Legal Aspects of Rehabilitation in Australia
Leadership Dynamics
Negotiation and Conflict Management
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
Business
Total annual fee (A$)
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Students must complete 54 credit units, made up
of six HRM core courses, the four courses of the
Divisional core, and sufficient additional courses
from the general elective list. Students who have
a background, or previous studies, in a particular
course may substitute a course of equal value and
standing with the approval of the Program Director.
Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management
Program code
CRICOS code
DGHU
055259G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Program overview
Program requirements
Unique in South Australia, UniSA’s graduate Human
Resource Management (HRM) program provides an
introduction to the knowledge and skills required by
HRM practitioners. The program is taught by qualified
academics who are engaged in a wide range of
industry-based research. Its courses draw upon
current international research and local industry
knowledge. The program is designed to be relevant
and useful to current and future practitioners.
Course name
Units
Introduction to Human Resource Management 4.5
Legal Aspects of Employment F
4.5
People, Organisations and Leadership
4.5
Professional recognition
Applicants will have one of the following:
A completed undergraduate degree*
or postgraduate qualifications; or
Completed the requirements of the Graduate
Certificate in Human Resource Management
with a GPA of at least 5.0 (65% average).
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
The Graduate Diploma in Human Resource
Management is accredited with the Australian
Human Resources Institute (AHRI).
What will I study?
Professional HRM practice requires knowledge
and skills in the operation and management of
business. The program is structured to develop life
long knowledge and skills in HRM professional
practice and offers a variety of electives to
enable students to develop knowledge in areas
of interest. The Graduate Diploma requires
completion of eight courses; three required
courses and five electives. Completed Diploma
courses contribute directly to the Master degree.
And at least one from the following list:
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
4.5
4.5
4.5
At least two from the following list:
Strategic Management of Human Resources
4.5
Australian Industrial Relations
4.5
Performance Management
4.5
International Human Resource Management 4.5
Recruitment and Selection
4.5
Reward and Recognition
4.5
Additional courses from this list to make a total
of eight courses:
Occupational Health and Safety Law and Risk
Management
4.5
Workplace Learning M
4.5
Managing Change
Business Ethics G
Risk Management
Entrepreneurial Creativity and Innovation
Project Management for Business
Legal Aspects of Rehabilitation in Australia
Leadership Dynamics
Negotiation and Conflict Management
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Students are required to take the three HRM
core courses (which includes BUS55114 People,
Organisation and Leadership), at least one course
from the Division Core, and at least two courses
from the HRM electives, and sufficient additional
electives from the specified list to make eight
courses, unless otherwise approved by the Program
Director. Students who have a background, or
previous studies, in a particular course may
substitute a course of equal value and standing
with the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DCHU
055258G
0.5yrs
$9960
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
CWE
Entry requirements
Applicants will have one of the following:
Six years relevant work experience; or
Four years relevant work experience and
a Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Two years relevant work experience and an
Advanced Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Any undergraduate degree or higher qualification.
Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program overview
Program requirements
Unique in South Australia, UniSA’s graduate Human
Resource Management (HRM) program provides an
introduction to the knowledge and skills required by
HRM practitioners. The program is taught by qualified
academics who are engaged in a wide range of
industry-based research. Its courses draw upon
current international research and local industry
knowledge. The program is designed to be relevant
and useful to current and future practitioners.
Course name
Professional recognition
The Graduate Certificate in Human Resource
Management is accredited with the Australian
Human Resources Institute (AHRI).
What will I study?
Professional HRM practice requires knowledge
and skills in the operation and management of
business. The program is structured to develop life
long knowledge and skills in HRM professional
practice and offers a variety of electives to
enable students to develop knowledge in areas
of interest. The Graduate Certificate requires the
completion of four courses; three required courses
and one elective. Completed Certificate and
courses contribute directly to the Master degree.
For further information
Units
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
HRM Core Courses
Introduction to Human Resource Management 4.5
Legal Aspects of Employment F
4.5
People, Organisations and Leadership
4.5
And one of the following electives:
Recruitment and Selection
Australian Industrial Relations
Performance Management
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
This program requires students to complete
three core course, and one elective course,
unless otherwise approved by the Program
Director. Students who have a background, or
previous studies, in a particular course may
substitute a course of equal value and standing
with the approval of the Program Director.
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Master of Management (Integrated Supply Chain Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
DMMT
058629F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Diploma in Management with a
grade point average of at least 4.0 from the
University of South Australia or an equivalent
qualification from another recognised university.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program overview
Program requirements
The knowledge, skills and expertise developed
in UniSA’s Integrated Supply Chain Management
program will encourage exceptional employment
opportunities in various industries. As many
organisations realise the growing importance and
need for skilled professionals in this area, jobs
in supply chain management are constantly in
high demand. Covering both the manufacturing
and service industries, UniSA’s Integrated Supply
Chain Management program is designed from
a strategic management perspective. Students
will explore networks and processes as well
as global and international benchmarks. A
combination of international research and
industry experience mean that UniSA’s Integrated
Supply Chain Management program provides
material which is relevant, practical and useful
for executives and managers dealing with supply
chains both domestically and internationally.
Course name
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
People, Organisations and Leadership
Four courses from the following:
Supply Chain Management and
Competitive Advantage
Systems Approach to Supply Chain
Management
Integrated Logistics Management G
Operations Management
Plus 4 Electives
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
What will I study?
Students will study courses in supply chain
management and competitive advantage,
systems approach to supply chain management,
integrated logistics management and operations
management. Ongoing industry partnerships ensure
relevant material and practices are applied to
teaching frameworks. The Masters degree requires
completion of 12 courses totalling 54 units.
Graduate Diploma in Management (Integrated Supply Chain Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
DGMT
058630B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
What will I study?
Total program fee (A$)
$19920
Students will study courses in supply chain
management and competitive advantage, systems
approach to supply chain management, integrated
logistics management and operations management.
Ongoing industry partnerships ensure relevant
material and practices are applied to teaching
frameworks. The Graduate Diploma requires the
completion of eight courses totalling 36 units.
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Certificate in Management or
Business Administration from the University of
South Australia or an equivalent qualification
from another recognised university.
Program requirements
Course name
People, Organisations and Leadership
Complete at least one of the following:
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
Four courses from the following:
Supply Chain Management and Competitive
Advantage
Systems Approach to Supply Chain
Management
Integrated Logistics Management G
Operations Management
Plus 2 Electives
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Certificate in Management (Integrated Supply Chain Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
DCMT
058631A
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
$9960
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
Four years relevant work experience and
a Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Two years relevant work experience and an
Advanced Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Relevant work experience for at least 6 years.
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CWE
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
What will I study?
Students will study courses in supply chain
management and competitive advantage, systems
approach to supply chain management, integrated
logistics management and operations management.
Ongoing industry partnerships ensure relevant
material and practices are applied to teaching
frameworks. The Graduate Certificate requires the
completion of four courses totalling 18 units.
Program requirements
Course name
Division Core
People, Organisations and Leadership
Elective
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
Plus 2 courses from the Integrated Supply Chain
Management Specialisation
Supply Chain Management and Competitive
Advantage
4.5
Systems Approach to Supply Chain
Management
4.5
Integrated Logistics Management G
4.5
Operations Management
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Management (Manufacturing)
Program code
CRICOS code
DMMT
058629F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Diploma in Management with a
grade point average of at least 4.0 from the
University of South Australia or an equivalent
qualification from another recognised university.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program requirements
Manufacturing is under continuous pressure to
operate more professionally in order to survive
and compete in an increasingly aggressive global
business environment. It is most important that
managers in the manufacturing sector have
command of the contemporary knowledge, methods
and tools which can help their company’s ability
to grow and develop in challenging environments.
UniSA’s well established postgraduate programs in
manufacturing management are a joint initiative
of industry, the University and government. They
have been designed and developed with strong
industry involvement, and will give students
up-to-date knowledge and approaches that they
can apply immediately in their own organisations.
Course name
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
People, Organisations and Leadership
What will I study?
The Master degree requires completion
of 12 courses totalling 54 units.
Four courses from the following:
Lean Manufacturing Systems
Risk Management
Cost Management in Manufacturing G
Integrated Logistics Management G
Supply Chain Management and
Competitive Advantage
Plus 4 Electives
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Business
Home campus
Program overview
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Management (Manufacturing)
Program code
CRICOS code
DGMT
058630B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
What will I study?
Total program fee (A$)
$19920
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of eight courses totalling 36 units.
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
Program requirements
Course name
People, Organisations and Leadership
Complete at least one of the following:
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
CWE
Four courses from the following:
Lean Manufacturing Systems
Risk Management
Cost Management in Manufacturing G
Integrated Logistics Management G
Supply Chain Management and Competitive
Advantage
Plus 2 Electives
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Certificate in Management or
Business Administration from the University of
South Australia or an equivalent qualification
from another recognised university.
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Certificate in Management (Manufacturing)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
$9960
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
Four years relevant work experience and
a Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
An Advanced Diploma in a relevant discipline plus
have two years relevant work experience; or
Relevant work experience for at least 6 years.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
What will I study?
Important information
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of four courses totalling 18 units.
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
Program requirements
Course name
Division Core
People, Organisations and Leadership
Elective
Plus two courses from the Manufacturing
Specialisation
Lean Manufacturing Systems
Risk Management
Cost Management in Manufacturing G
Integrated Logistics Management G
Supply Chain Management and Competitive
Advantage
Units
4.5
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
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Master of Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
Program code
CRICOS code
DMMT
058629F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Diploma in Management with a
grade point average of at least 4.0 from the
University of South Australia or an equivalent
qualification from another recognised university.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average
of 4 or better will be eligible for entry.
Program overview
What will I study?
Important information
Successful managers need to embrace innovation
and entrepreneurship as part of their everyday
thinking to achieve solutions that work. UniSA’s
unique Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Management program helps students achieve
this success. Students are encouraged to develop
a positive enterprise culture and progress this
throughout their studies. The program focuses
on skills required in setting up a new business
venture, the development and commercialisation
of innovations in existing businesses as well
as in new ventures, understanding the factors
that differentiate successful enterprises and
planning the establishment, development
and marketing of a small business.
The Master degree requires completion of 12
courses totalling 54 units. Specialisations include
entrepreneurial foundations, marketing, business
planning, and corporate entrepreneurship.
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
Program requirements
For further information
Course name
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
People, Organisations and Leadership
Four courses from the following:
Entrepreneurial Foundations
Entrepreneurial Marketing G
Entrepreneurial Planning G
Entrepreneurial Creativity and Innovation
Corporate Entrepreneurship
Plus 4 Electives
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
Program code
CRICOS code
DGMT
058630B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
What will I study?
Total program fee (A$)
$19920
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of eight courses totalling 36 units. Specialisations
include entrepreneurial foundations, marketing,
business planning, and corporate entrepreneurship.
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Program requirements
Course name
People, Organisations and
Leadership
Complete at least one of the following
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
Four courses from the following:
Entrepreneurial Foundations
Entrepreneurial Marketing G
Entrepreneurial Planning G
Entrepreneurial Creativity and Innovation
Corporate Entrepreneurship
Plus 2 Electives
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Certificate in Management or
Business Administration from the University of
South Australia or an equivalent qualification
from another recognised university.
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Certificate in Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
Program code
CRICOS code
DCMT
058631A
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
$9960
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
Four years relevant work experience and
a Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Two years relevant work experience and an
Advanced Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Relevant work experience for at least 6 years.
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CWE
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of four courses totalling 18 units. Specialisations
include entrepreneurial foundations, marketing,
business planning, and corporate entrepreneurship.
Program requirements
Course name
Division Core
People, Organisations and Leadership
Elective
Plus two courses from the Innovation and
Entrepreneurship Specialisation
Entrepreneurial Foundations
Entrepreneurial Marketing G
Entrepreneurial Planning G
Entrepreneurial Creativity and Innovation
Corporate Entrepreneurship
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Master of Management (Arts and Cultural Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
DMAC
053555D
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
Total program fee (A$)
$29880
Start date (Study period)
SP1 or SP4
CWE
Entry requirements
Applicants will normally meet one of
the following requirements:
A completed undergraduate degree*; or
A completed Graduate Diploma in Management
(Art and Cultural Management) from the
University of South Australia; or
Post graduate qualifications in Arts Management
(or equivalent) from a recognised university.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program requirements
This program provides the fundamental elements,
skills and knowledge vital for arts and cultural
managers in all sectors. The Masters program builds
on this foundation and provides advanced studies
and experience in executing research projects in
areas relevant to arts and cultural management.
Alternatively, students can undertake elective
courses in a management area of their choice.
Courses are taught by both specialist academics and
leading industry professionals, all with substantial
experience in the arts and cultural sectors. Drawing
on current international research and industry
knowledge, the courses are designed to be
relevant, practical and useful for current and future
managers within the arts and cultural industry.
Course name
What will I study?
(either)
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective
Master students have the opportunity to undertake
elective courses in other areas of management
such as tourism management, event management,
entrepreneurship, project management, human
resource management, logistics and supply
chain management or they may undertake a
research project and complete a minor thesis.
FIRST YEAR
Environment of the Arts
Accounting and Finance (Arts)
Law (Arts)
Marketing (Arts)
Strategic Concepts
Arts Administration 1G
Arts Administration 2G
Field Project (Arts)
For further information
Units
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Business
Home campus
Program overview
SECOND YEAR
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
(or)
THIRD YEAR
Research Methods in Business and
Management G
Research Project (Arts and Cultural
Management) A
Research Project (Arts and Cultural
Management) B
4.5
4.5
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Graduate Diploma in Management (Arts and Cultural Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
DGAC
024151J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1 or SP4
CWE
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma in Management (Arts
and Cultural Management) is the core program
in arts management. Areas covered include arts
law, marketing, finance, strategic management,
people management, grant writing, managing
boards, leadership in the arts, introduction
to cultural policy, business planning and
other contemporary management issues.
Entry requirements
Program requirements
Applicants will normally meet one of
the following requirements:
A completed undergraduate degree*; or
A completed Diploma or Advanced Diploma
in a relevant field of the arts and two years
relevant professional experience; or
A minimum of six years relevant
professional experience; or
Post graduate qualifications in Arts Management
(or equivalent) from a recognised university.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Course name
Program overview
This program provides the fundamental elements,
skills and knowledge vital for arts and cultural
managers in all sectors. Students undertake eight
courses in the Graduate Diploma, one of which is
a field project with an arts or cultural organisation
to get first-hand experience in a real-world setting.
Courses are taught by both specialist academics and
leading industry professionals, all with substantial
experience in the arts and cultural sectors. Drawing
on current international research and industry
knowledge, the courses are designed to be
relevant, practical and useful for current and future
managers within the arts and cultural industry.
Units
FIRST YEAR
Environment of the Arts
Accounting and Finance (Arts)
Law (Arts)
Marketing (Arts)
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
Strategic Concepts
Arts Administration 1G
Arts Administration 2G
Field Project (Arts)
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Master of Management (Event Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
DMMT
058629F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Diploma in Management with a
grade point average of at least 4.0 from the
University of South Australia or an equivalent
qualification from another recognised university.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program overview
Program requirements
Events Management is a vibrant and dynamic
industry with increasing demand for skilled
graduates on an international scale. Unlike
other Event Management programs in Australia,
UniSA’s Event Management program is designed
from a strategic management perspective - the
program will provide students with a broad based
knowledge of management principles and practices
with specialised focus on event management
elements. Attention to global industry trends makes
UniSA’s Event Management program unique and
cutting-edge, preparing graduates for employment
locally, nationally and internationally. The program
will explore frameworks in a variety of exciting
events sectors, creating employment options in
roles such as arts and music festival coordination,
exhibition and special event management, corporate
convention management, public relations activities
and management of major sporting events.
Course name
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
People, Organisations and Leadership
What will I study?
Students will explore core courses in business,
as wells as specialised courses in Meetings,
Conventions and Exhibition Management; Sport,
Tourism and Events; Arts and Cultural Management
and Festivals, Events and Conventions. The Masters
program consists of 12 courses totalling 54 units.
Four courses from the following:
Meetings, Conventions and Exhibition
Management
Sport, Tourism and Events
Arts and Cultural Events Management
Festivals and Events
Plus 4 Electives
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Management (Event Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
DGMT
058630B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program requirements
Course name
People, Organisations and Leadership
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
What will I study?
Total program fee (A$)
$19920
Students will explore core courses in business,
as wells as specialised courses in Meetings,
Conventions and Exhibition Management; Sport,
Tourism and Events; Arts and Cultural Management
and Festivals, Events and Conventions. The Graduate
Diploma comprises eight courses totalling 36 units.
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Certificate in Management or
Business Administration from the University of
South Australia or an equivalent qualification
from another recognised university.
Complete at least one of the following:
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
Four courses from the following:
Meetings, Conventions and Exhibition
Management
Sport, Tourism and Events
Arts and Cultural Events Management
Festivals and Events
Plus 2 Electives
Graduate Certificate in Management (Event Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
DCMT
058631A
0.5yrs
$9960
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
Four years relevant work experience and
a Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Two years relevant work experience and an
Advanced Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Relevant work experience for at least 6 years.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
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CWE
What will I study?
Important information
Students will explore core courses in business,
as wells as specialised courses in Meetings,
Conventions and Exhibition Management; Sport,
Tourism and Events; Arts and Cultural Management
and Festivals, Events and Conventions. The Graduate
Certificate comprises four courses totalling 18 units.
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Program requirements
Course name
For further information
Units
Division Core
People, Organisations and Leadership
Elective
4.5
4.5
Plus 2 courses from the Events Management
Specialisation
Meetings, Conventions and Exhibition
Management
Sport, Tourism and Events
Arts and Cultural Events Management
Festivals and Events
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Management (Tourism)
Program code
CRICOS code
DMMT
058629F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Diploma in Management with a
grade point average of at least 4.0 from the
University of South Australia or an equivalent
qualification from another recognised university.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program requirements
UniSA’s School of Management offers core
business courses in conjunction with specialised
management courses that represent the distinctive
characteristics of the tourism industry. These provide
a comprehensive qualification designed to meet
today’s complex global management challenges.
With input from senior industry representatives,
this program is designed to meet the needs of
Australian and international students. The objective
of these programs is to provide a professional level
of education for potential and current tourism
managers. Emphasis will be placed on understanding
the factors that influence management decisionmaking in tourism and related industries. This
program provides graduates with the necessary
skills, knowledge and attitudes to enable them
to work and develop as productive and socially
responsible managers in tourism worldwide.
Course name
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
People, Organisations and Leadership
Four from the following:
The Principles and Practice of Tourism
and Hospitality
Leisure and Tourism: Predicting Demand
Festivals and Events
Tourism: Impacts and Sustainability
Plus 4 Electives
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Business
Home campus
Program overview
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
What will I study?
UniSA’s Tourism program develops the skills
necessary to perform effectively as a tourism
professional. Students will study courses
in business, management, tourism, leisure,
tourism sustainability and events, festivals and
conventions. The Master degree requires the
completion of courses totalling 54 units.
Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism)
Program code
CRICOS code
DGMT
058630B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
What will I study?
Total program fee (A$)
$19920
UniSA’s Tourism program develops the skills
necessary to perform effectively as a tourism
professional. Students will study courses
in business, management, tourism, leisure,
tourism sustainability and events, festivals and
conventions. The Graduate Diploma requires
the completion of courses totalling 36 units.
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
A Graduate Certificate in Management or
Business Administration from the University of
South Australia or an equivalent qualification
from another recognised university.
Program requirements
Course name
People, Organisations and Leadership
Complete at least one of the following:
Global Business Environment
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
Four courses from the following:
The Principles and Practice of Tourism and
Hospitality
Leisure and Tourism: Predicting Demand
Festivals and Events
Tourism: Impacts and Sustainability
Plus 2 Electives
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Certificate in Management (Tourism)
Program code
CRICOS code
DCMT
058631A
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
$9960
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A successfully completed Bachelors degree
from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent*; or
Four years relevant work experience and
a Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Two years relevant work experience and an
Advanced Diploma in a relevant discipline; or
Relevant work experience for at least 6 years.
CWE
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
What will I study?
UniSA’s Tourism program develops the skills
necessary to perform effectively as a tourism
professional. Students will study courses
in business, management, tourism, leisure,
tourism sustainability and events, festivals and
conventions. The Graduate Certificate requires
completion of courses totalling 18 units.
Program requirements
Course name
Division Core
People, Organisations and Leadership
Elective
Important information
Units
4.5
Plus two courses from the Tourism Specialisation
The Principles and Practice of Tourism and
Hospitality
4.5
Leisure and Tourism: Predicting Demand
4.5
Festivals and Events
4.5
Tourism: Impacts and Sustainability
4.5
Students who have a background or previous
studies in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with
the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Master of Business (Professional Accounting)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
DMBS
032304G
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP2, SP5 or SP7
Home campus
CWE
Professional recognition
Important information
The program is designed to satisfy the tertiary
education requirements for membership of
CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered
Accountants in Australia. Graduation from this
program has been recognised by the Association
of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) as
fulfilling requirements for maximum exemption
in the ACCA’s professional program.
No course from the program schedule which is
substantially equivalent to a course taken in gaining
another award may be included in the program
of study. Students who have taken for another
award, a course which is substantially equivalent
to a course from the program schedule, may be
granted up to 18 units (4 courses) of credit or may
substitute a course of equal standing and units
value, with the approval of the Program Director.
For graduates to satisfy the tertiary educational
requirements of CPA Australia and ICAA, all of the
courses in the program schedule of the Master
of Business (Professional Accounting) must be
taken, unless an equivalent course has been taken
from another award. Students who meet the work
experience requirement may undertake the course
Managerial Finance in place of Corporate Finance.
Entry requirements
Program requirements
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.
Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Course name
Program overview
This program is designed to allow graduates with
non-accounting tertiary qualifications to obtain a
recognised accounting qualification. The Master
program provides graduates with the knowledge
and expertise appropriate to the needs of a
professional accountant in finance, commerce,
industry, government and public practice. Students
who successfully complete this Master program,
will meet the academic requirements for entrance
into the professional qualifying programs for CPA
Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants
in Australia (ICAA). Study programs may be available
for applicants who do not have a bachelor degree.
Core courses
Financial Accounting Fundamentals M
Information and Systems for Competitive
Advantage M
Analytical Techniques for Accountants
People, Organisations and Leadership
Accountancy courses
Managerial Economics
Management Accounting M
Corporate Finance
Advanced Accounting M
Commercial and Corporations Law M
Auditing Principles M
Issues in Accounting Theory M
Taxation Law M
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Business (Professional Accounting)
Program code
CRICOS code
DGBS
036380G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP2, SP5 or SP7
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.
Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program requirements
Course name
Financial Accounting Fundamentals M
Information and Systems for Competitive
Advantage M
Analytical Techniques for Accountants
Management Accounting M
Managerial Economics
Advanced Accounting M
Commercial and Corporations Law M
Corporate Finance
For further information
Units
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
No course from the program schedule which is
substantially equivalent to a course taken in gaining
another award may be included in the program
of study. Students who have taken for another
award, a course which is substantially equivalent
to a course from the program schedule, may be
granted up to 9 units (2 courses) of credit or may
substitute a course of equal standing and units
value, with the approval of the Program Director.
Graduate Certificate in Business (Professional Accounting)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
DCBS
036387A
0.5yrs
$9960
SP2, SP5 or SP7
Home campus
Entry requirements
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.
Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
CWE
Program requirements
Course name
Accounting for Management M
Plus three accountancy courses, selected from:
Managerial Economics
Management Accounting M
Managerial Finance or Corporate Finance
Advanced Accounting M
Commercial and Corporations Law M
Auditing Principles M
Issues in Accounting Theory M
Taxation Law M
Information, Systems and Competitive
Advantage M
Important information
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For further information
Units
4.5
No course from the program schedule which
is substantially equivalent to a course taken
in gaining another award may be included
in the program of study. Students who have
taken for another award, a course which is
substantially equivalent to a course from the
program schedule, may be granted up to 4.5
units (1 course) of credit or may substitute
a course of equal standing and units value,
with the approval of the Program Director.
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Business (Professional Accounting and Finance)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
DMPF
064532J
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
Total program fee (A$)
$39840
Start date (Study period)
SP2, SP5 or SP7
CWE
Entry requirements
A completed Bachelors degree from a recognised
higher education institution or equivalent*; or
A completed Graduate Diploma from a
recognised higher education institution.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
Financial Accounting Fundamentals M
People, Organisations and Leadership
Corporate Finance
Managerial Economics
Advanced Accounting M
Commercial and Corporations Law M
Information and Systems for Competitive
Advantage M
Finance elective
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
Management Accounting M
4.5
Analytical Techniques for Accountants
4.5
Finance elective
4.5
Finance elective
4.5
Taxation Law M or Elective
4.5
Auditing Principles M or Elective
4.5
Issues in Accounting Theory M
4.5
Finance elective
4.5
Finance electives may be chosen from the following
list. All courses may not be offered every year:
Advanced Corporate Finance
Perspectives in Finance
Financial Theory and Financial Markets
Managing Financial Risk
Investment Management
Personal Wealth Management
Professional recognition
Important information
Students who have taken for another award, a
course which is substantially equivalent to a course
from the program schedule, may be granted up
to 18 units (4 courses) of credit or may substitute
a course of equal standing and unit value, with
the approval of the Program Director. Students
who wish to satisfy the educational requirements
for admission to the professional program of The
Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (to
qualify as a chartered accountant) must take all
courses as specified above. Students who wish to
satisfy the educational requirements for admission
to CPA Australia and to undertake professional
studies with that organisation (to qualify as a
CPA) may choose to replace one or both of the
following courses with electives: ACCT 5014
Auditing Principles M; ACCT 5017 Taxation Law M.
Business
Home campus
Program requirements
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
The program is designed to satisfy the
tertiary education requirements for associate
level membership of CPA Australia and to
undertake the CA Program with the Institute
of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
This is the minimum expected level of
qualification for accountants in Australia.
Master of Business (Research)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DMRU
000547J
2yrs
$20800
$41600
SP2 or SP5
CWE
The Division accepts students in masters degrees
by research in a large range of business and
management related discipline areas including:
Accountability, Sustainability and Governance
Accounting and Auditing
Administrative Law
Arbitration
Arts and Cultural Management
Asian Management/Chinese Management
Brand Management and Buyer Behaviour
Comparative Legal Process
Constitutional Law
Corporate Governance
Corporate Law
Criminal Law and Justice
Cross-Cultural Management
Diversity Management
Employment Relations
Ethics, Integrity and Governance
Event Management and Hospitality
Finance
Human Resource Management
Human Rights Law
International Business
International Education in Business
International Human Resource Management
International Law in Domestic Legal Systems
Labour Economics
Applied Economics
Management
Management Accounting
Manufacturing Management
Market Regulation
Marketing
Organisational Behaviour
Organisational Change
Public Law
Public Private Partnerships
Relationship and Services Marketing
Security Law and Criminal Justice
Supply Chain Management
Sustainability
Tort Law
Tourism
Recreation, Leisure and Sports Management
Water Policy and Law
Wine, Food and International Trade Law
Wine Marketing
Important information
An applicant for a place in a Masters by
research program must satisfy the Research
Degrees Committee of competence to
undertake a higher degree by research by:
a. holding or being eligible to hold from an
approved higher education institution an award
in an appropriate discipline which is assessed
by this University as being equivalent to:
i. an Honours degree or a Bachelors
degree with honours; or
ii. a Bachelors degree and a preliminary
course of study of honours standard; or
iii. an appropriate Masters degree; or
b. holding such other qualifications as are
acceptable to the Research Degrees Committee
- in such cases the applicant must satisfy
the Committee of fitness to undertake
advanced work on the basis of the standard of
achievement in, and the relevance of, previous
higher education studies, and professional
experience or published research work.
For details on applying for research degrees visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/resdegrees/
howtoapply/default.asp
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Research Commercialisation
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
DCRC
n/a
0.5yrs
$13600
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
Online only
Entry requirements
Entry into the program can be either:
• As a currently enrolled UniSA domestic HDR
student. These students are eligible to apply for
the CTS scholarship, which covers both tuition
fees and a living allowance where applicable.
• As a fee paying student. Entry requires completion
at a recognised tertiary institution of a degree at
bachelor level with first or second class honours,
or a postgraduate diploma in a relevant discipline.
A minimum of four years of full-time equivalent
study is required. International students may
be limited to undertaking one course at a time.
Selection for CTS places and scholarships is
competitive, based on academic merit and the
probability of pursuing a career that will use
the skills, knowledge and experience gained
during CTS training. Currently enrolled as an
HDR student at one of the ATN universities. These
students are entitled to a tuition scholarship.
Professional recognition
Recognised by the Commonwealth Government
through the Commercialisation Training Scheme.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Knowledge Transfer and Commercialisation
(offered online through Queensland University
of Technology)
4.5
Optional units (at least 3 must be undertaken)
Entrepreneurial Foundations (offered online
through UniSA)
4.5
Leadership and Workplace Communication
(offered online through Curtin University
of Technology)
4.5
Project Management for Research
(offered online through University of
Technology, Sydney)
4.5
Public Policy and Research
(offered online through Royal Melbourne
Institute of Technology)
4.5
Principles and Practice of Research Management
(offered online through Queensland University
of Technology)
4.5
Strategic Issues in Research Management
(offered online through UniSA)
4.5
Contexts for Research Management
(offered online through Queensland University
of Technology)
4.5
Managing Research Careers
(offered online through Queensland University
of Technology)
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Important information
Students enrolled at UniSA will have password
access to the course information at the
collaborating universities. Knowledge Transfer and
Commercialisation is a compulsory course. Students
must complete three of the remaining four courses.
The course is one semester full-time equivalent
study. All units are offered online only. Students will
require regular and reliable internet access. Part-time
study is only available with the prior approval of
the Program Director. Prospective students should
consult with the School of Management to ascertain
the availability and duration of Commercialisation
Training Scheme (CTS) places. Students may be
expected to purchase a number of textbooks,
readers and other essential study materials.
Recognised by the Commonwealth Government
through the Commercialisation Training Scheme.
This course is offered online only.
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PhD Business and Management
Program code
CRICOS code
DPBU
018568A
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
4yrs
$20800
$83200
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CWE
The Division accepts students in doctoral degrees
by research in a large range of business and
management related discipline areas including:
Accountability, Sustainability and Governance
Accounting and Auditing
Administrative Law
Arbitration
Arts and Cultural Management
Asian Management/Chinese Management
Brand Management and Buyer Behaviour
Comparative Legal Process
Constitutional Law
Corporate Governance
Corporate Law
Criminal Law and Justice
Cross-Cultural Management
Diversity Management
Employment Relations
Ethics, Integrity and Governance
Event Management and Hospitality
Finance
Human Resource Management
Human Rights Law
International Business
International Education in Business
International Human Resource Management
International Law in Domestic Legal Systems
Labour Economics
Applied Economics
Management
Management Accounting
Manufacturing Management
Market Regulation
Marketing
Organisational Behaviour
Organisational Change
Public Law
Public Private Partnerships
Relationship and Services Marketing
Security Law and Criminal Justice
Supply Chain Management
Sustainability
Tort Law
Tourism
Recreation, Leisure and Sports Management
Water Policy and Law
Wine, Food and International Trade Law
Wine Marketing
Important information
An applicant for a place in a Doctor of
Philosophy program must satisfy the Research
Degrees Committee of competence to
undertake a higher degree by research by:
a. holding or being eligible to hold from an
approved higher education institution an award
in an appropriate discipline which is assessed
by this University as being equivalent to:
i. an Honours degree or a Bachelors degree
with honours of at least class 2a standard; or
ii. an appropriate Masters degree; or
b. holding such other qualifications as are
acceptable to the Research Degrees Committee
- in such cases the applicant must satisfy the
Research Degrees Committee of fitness to
undertake advanced work on the basis of the
standard of achievement in, and the relevance
of, previous higher education studies, and
professional experience or published
research work.
For details on applying for research degrees visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/resdegrees/
howtoapply/default.asp
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of International Business
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
DMIB
054754M
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
Total program fee (A$)
$29880
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.*
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program overview
Program requirements
The Master of International Business is a 12-course
program which develops expertise in core areas
of business management and specialised skills in
international business. In addition, the program
will help graduates to enhance interpersonal and
cross-cultural skills. As globalisation intensifies,
executive success will increasingly depend on
the ability to work effectively in the international
marketplace. This program has been designed to
address this challenge. The program offers exposure
to the latest models and practices in international
business; demonstrated practical relevance in
all courses; innovative teaching methodologies
and challenging projects; the development of
analytical abilities and strategic thinking skills;
constant interaction with participants from several
countries; stimulating presentations by international
industry experts; skills development for a successful
career as an international business executive; and
personalised attention and assistance at all stages.
Course name
What will I study?
FIRST YEAR
Global Business Environment
Advanced Marketing
People, Organisations and Leadership
Accounting for Management M
Managing Across Cultures
Issues in International Trade
International Business Management
International Business Strategy
SECOND YEAR
Doing Business in Asia or Elective
Principles of Finance or Elective
International Human Resource Management
or Elective
Marketing Across Borders or Elective
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Students may choose to undertake
an industry placement.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
The Master of International Business program
comprises eight core courses and four elective
courses totalling 54 units. Students may choose
the option to participate in study abroad
programs to complement their studies.
Graduate Diploma in International Business
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
DGIB
054755K
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
Total program fee (A$)
$19920
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
CWE
Entry requirements
Program requirements
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.*
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average
of 4 or better will be eligible for entry.
Course name
What will I study?
The program comprises eight courses and is taken
over one year.
FIRST YEAR
Global Business Environment
Advanced Marketing
People, Organisations and Leadership
Accounting for Management M
Managing Across Cultures
Issues in International Trade
International Business Management
International Business Strategy
For further information
Units
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Certificate in International Business
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DCIB
054756J
0.5yrs
$9960
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
CWE
Entry requirements
Program requirements
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree* or equivalent.
*Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Course name
What will I study?
The program comprises four courses and is taken
over 0.5 years.
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FIRST YEAR
Global Business Environment
Advanced Marketing
Managing Across Cultures
International Business Management
For further information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Business (Property)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
DMPR
006024K
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Entry requirements
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.
Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program requirements
Students with an undergraduate degree together
with this degree my be eligible to apply for
associate membership and certified practicing
valuer status of the Australian Property Institute
provided that the appropriate professional courses
covering the required knowledge fields of the
Australian Property Institute have been completed.
Prospective students should inquire with the relevant
professional and government bodies concerning
the eligibility of their proposed course of study.
Course name
What will I study?
The Master program provides postgraduatelevel education in property research, valuation,
property management, property investment
and property agency. This qualification requires
the completion of courses totalling 54 units.
Program overview
These programs provide postgraduate level
education in property research, valuation, property
management, property investment and property
agency for graduates. They also provide specialist
education for practising property professionals.
Students must complete 12 courses from
the following:
Accounting for Management M
Analytical Techniques for Accountants
Managerial Economics
Commercial and Corporations Law M
Property Management G
Law of Property G
Property Investment G
Property Research G
Advanced Property Valuation G
Property Agency G
Strategic Asset Management
Rural Real Estate Issues G
Real Estate Business and Marketing
Management G
Statutory Valuation G
Valuation, Marketing and Management of
Specialised Real Estate
Property Project M
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Urban Economics G
Property Development G
Building G
Property Valuation G
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Masters students select 12 courses from those
indicated. Not all courses will be offered every year.
Business
Home campus
Professional recognition
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Property
Program code
CRICOS code
DGPR
000576D
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
Total program fee (A$)
$19920
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma equips students to
meet the requirements of one or more of the
real estate disciplines. Courses incorporate the
specialised knowledge required by real estate
valuers, those in marketing, managers and
researchers. The Graduate Diploma requires
the completion of courses totalling 36 units.
Program requirements
Course name
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.
Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Professional recognition
Students with a partially qualifying undergraduate
degree as approved by the Australian Property
Institute together with this degree may be
eligible to apply for associate membership and
certified practising valuer status of the Australian
Property Institute provided that the appropriate
professional courses have been completed.
Prospective students should inquire with the relevant
professional and government bodies concerning
the eligibility of their proposed course of study.
Units
Students must complete eight courses from
the following:
Accounting for Management M
Analytical Techniques for Accountants
Managerial Economics
Commercial and Corporations Law M
Property Management G
Law of Property G
Property Investment G
Property Research G
Advanced Property Valuation G
Property Agency G
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Strategic Asset Management
Rural Real Estate Issues G
Real Estate Business and Marketing
Management G
Statutory Valuation G
Valuation, Marketing and Management of
Specialised Real Estate
Property Project M
Urban Economics G
Property Development G
Building G
Property Valuation G
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Students must complete eight courses. Not
all courses will be offered every year.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Property
Program code
CRICOS code
DGPO
024128G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
$9960
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CWE
Entry requirements
Applicants will have completed an
undergraduate degree or equivalent.
Normally applicants who have completed a
Bachelors degree with a grade point average of
4 (50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Professional recognition
Graduates of this program together with the
Bachelor of Business (Property) may qualify for
membership of the Australian Property Institute
or the Real Estate Institute of SA provided the
appropriate professional courses have been selected.
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate provides supplementary
coursework to enable property graduates
to complete further professional sequences
in agency. It requires completion of courses
totalling 18 units of which at least 13.5
units must come from the courses listed.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Students must complete four courses from the
following:
Property Management G
4.5
Law of Property G
4.5
Property Investment G
4.5
Property Research G
4.5
Advanced Property Valuation G
4.5
Property Agency G
4.5
Strategic Asset Management
4.5
Rural Real Estate Issues G
Real Estate Business and Marketing
Management G
Statutory Valuation G
Valuation, Marketing and Management of
Specialised Real Estate
Property Project M
Property Development G
Building G
Property Valuation G
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Students must complete four courses. Not
all courses will be offered every year.
Graduates of this program together with the
Bachelor of Business (Property) may qualify for
membership of the Australian Property Institute
or the Real Estate Institute of SA provided the
appropriate professional courses have been selected.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Program code
CRICOS code
DMMA
048635B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1.5yrs
$23600
$35400
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Program overview
These programs are designed to further develop
motivated people for senior leadership positions in
organisations operating in international business
environments. UniSA’s MBA is characterised by its
intensity and a full, demanding curriculum. It is
designed to develop students both personally and
professionally. The structure and content of the MBA
is designed to challenge students and the program
is very rewarding. It provides an outstanding
qualification and possibly a life-changing experience.
UniSA MBA graduates are equipped to manage
the complexities and pressures of modern business
and have succeeded as managers throughout the
world. Students may choose to undertake a program
in general management, or specialise in areas
related to finance, human resource management,
entrepreneurship, marketing, information systems,
health management, and property management.
What will I study?
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is
an intensive program comprising 12 constituent
courses plus a compulsory commencement seminar.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
General Management Stream
Core Courses:
Leadership Dynamics
Contemporary Management Skills
Creative and Accountable Marketing
Leading and Managing People
Accounting for Decision Making
Managerial Finance
Competitive Strategy PG
Managerial Economics
International Business
Sustainable Corporate Strategy
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Plus two Elective courses
To be chosen from a range of approved elective
courses offered by the IGSB or approved
courses in other postgraduate programs.
Electives Stream Core Courses:
Leadership Dynamics
Contemporary Management Skills
Creative and Accountable Marketing
Leading and Managing People
Accounting for Decision Making
Managerial Finance
Competitive Strategy PG
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Plus one of the following Core Courses:
Managerial Economics
International Business
Sustainable Corporate Strategy
4.5
4.5
4.5
Plus four general Elective courses
To be chosen from a range of approved elective
courses offered by the IGSB or approved
courses in other postgraduate programs.
Specialisation Configuration Core Courses:
Leadership Dynamics
Contemporary Management Skills
Creative and Accountable Marketing
Leading and Managing People
Accounting for Decision Making
Managerial Finance
Competitive Strategy PG
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Plus one of the following Core Courses:
Managerial Economics
International Business
Sustainable Corporate Strategy
4.5
4.5
4.5
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
A recognised University undergraduate degree or
equivalent professional qualifications and a minimum
of two years’ full-time relevant work experience; or
A Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate in
Business Administration with an average of at least
Pass Level 1 (55%) from a recognised University.
All applicants are required to submit two referee
reports and a detailed curriculum vitae outlining
managerial and executive experience. The referee
report template is available at http://www.unisa.
edu.au/igsb/mba/docs/Referee Report.pdf
Students may choose to undertake an industry
placement, the Business in China study tour or the
European Summer School study tour at Aarhus,
Denmark instead of two electives. The following
specialty streams may be available depending
on demand: Health Services, Marketing, Finance,
Information Systems, Human Resource Management,
Property Management and Entrepreneurship.
Additional streams may become available.
There are three ways to undertake the MBA
- General Management Stream, Electives
Stream and the Specialisation configuration.
Plus four Elective courses
Three specialised elective courses chosen
from one area of specialisation and one
other core or general elective course; or
Four specialised elective courses chosen
from one area of specialisation*
*To be chosen from a range of approved
elective courses offered by the IGSB or approved
courses in other postgraduate programs.
For further information
Important information
For further information
Entrants to the program shall normally hold: A
recognised University undergraduate degree or
equivalent professional qualification and a minimum
of two years’ full-time relevant work experience;
orA Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
with an average of at least Pass Level 1 (55%) from
the International Graduate School of Business at
the University of South Australia; or an equivalent
qualification from other Schools within the University
of South Australia or from another recognised
University with a minimum of five years full time
relevant work experience including significant
experience in supervision and financial management
and evidence of capacity to study at postgraduate
level. All applicants are required to submit two
referee reports and a detailed curriculum vitae
outlining managerial and executive experience. The
referee report template is available at http://www.
unisa.edu.au/igsb/mba/docs/Referee Report.pdf
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Program requirements
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
Program code
CRICOS code
DGMA
024133M
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$23600
Total program fee (A$)
$23600
Start date (Study period)
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
is an intensive program of eight courses and
a compulsory commencement seminar.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core Courses
Leadership Dynamics
Contemporary Management Skills
Creative and Accountable Marketing
Leading and Managing People
Accounting for Decision Making
Managerial Finance
Competitive Strategy PG
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Plus one approved Core or Postgraduate
Elective course
Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
Program code
CRICOS code
DCMA
024119J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
0.5yrs
$11800
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold:
• A recognised University undergraduate
degree or equivalent professional
qualifications and a minimum of two years’
full-time relevant work experience; or
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• A minimum of five years’ full time relevant work
experience including significant experience in
supervision and financial management and
evidence of capacity to study at postgraduate level.
All applicants are required to submit two referee
reports and a detailed curriculum vitae outlining
managerial and executive experience. The referee
report template is available at http://www.unisa.
edu.au/igsb/mba/docs/Referee Report.pdf
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate includes four courses
and a compulsory commencement seminar.
Students must choose two core courses and
an additional two elective or core courses.
Course name
Core Course
Leadership Dynamics
plus one Core Course from the following:
Contemporary Management Skills
Creative and Accountable Marketing
Leading and Managing People
Accounting for Decision Making
Managerial Finance
Managerial Economics
Plus two approved Core or Elective x 2
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
MBA Double Masters
Program code
CRICOS code
DMBA
058633K
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$23600
$53100
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
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Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold a
recognised University undergraduate degree
or equivalent professional qualifications and
a minimum of two years’ full-time relevant
work experience. Applicants who have met the
requirements for a Graduate Certificate or Graduate
Diploma in one of the areas of specialisation may
be eligible for entry. All applicants must have a
minimum of two years’ full-time relevant work
experience. All applicants are required to submit
two referee reports and a detailed curriculum vitae
outlining managerial and executive experience. The
referee report template is available at http://www.
unisa.edu.au/igsb/mba/docs/Referee Report.pdf
Program requirements
The MBA Double Masters provides a high degree of
flexibility for students to combine UniSA’s MBA with
a selection of Masters programs to tailor a portfolio
program to their career aspirations, allowing them
to develop their areas of interest. This program
is designed to further develop motivated people
for senior leadership positions in organisations
operating in international business environments. It
provides a number of benefits; in particular, wider
career options, a significant and broad range of
valuable skills and knowledge, multi-skilling, and the
ability to combine generalist and specialist programs.
Course name
International Business
Leading and Managing People
Accounting for Decision Making
Creative and Accountable Marketing
Leadership Dynamics
Contemporary Management Skills
Managerial Finance
Competitive Strategy PG
Managerial Economics
Sustainable Corporate Strategy
Elective
What will I study?
The MBA Double Masters is an intensive program
comprising 18 constituent courses totalling 81 units
plus a compulsory commencement seminar. Students
will undertake 11 courses from the MBA program
and seven courses from their other masters program.
The program will normally be taken over a two-year
period for full-time students, although a fast-track
option may be available for some students, enabling
them to complete the program in one-and-a-half
years. Some students may choose to undertake
an industry placement instead of two electives.
Plus seven courses from one specialisation,
selected from:
Accounting
Administrative Management
Event Management
Human Resource Management
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Integrated Supply Chain Management
International Business
International Studies
Management
Marketing
Tourism
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Students wishing to take the accounting
specialisation may need to complete an additional
course to meet requirements for professional
recognition. Students completing the Double
Masters program will receive a parchment for each
of the single masters programs. Students may exit
this program and receive the qualification of the
program for which they meet the requirements.
This award may be at Graduate Certificate,
Graduate Diploma or Masters level depending
on the studies undertaken by the student.
Business
Home campus
2yrs
Program overview
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
Business Double Masters
Program code
CRICOS code
DMDD
059435G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$19920
Total program fee (A$)
$44820
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
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Entry requirements
Entrants to the program shall normally hold a
recognised University undergraduate degree* or
equivalent professional qualifications. Applicants
who have met the requirements for a Graduate
Certificate or Graduate Diploma in one of the
areas of specialisation may be eligible for entry.
*Normally applicants who have completed
a Bachelors degree or prior postgraduate
programs with a grade point average of 4
(50%) or better will be eligible for entry.
Program overview
Program requirements
The Business Double Masters is designed to
develop the management skills graduates will need
to function effectively in a global environment.
It will prepare effective leaders and decisionmakers to take on new management challenges
and will appeal to students wishing to enter a
variety of organisations; large, small, non-profit,
or government, local, state or federal. The double
Masters enables students to tailor a portfolio
program to their career aspirations, allowing them
to develop their areas of interest. The only double
Masters degree of its kind in Adelaide, the program
is delivered by academics globally recognised for
contributions to their areas of specialisation.
Course name
What will I study?
Students will complete four Divisional core courses
focusing on people, organisations and leadership;
accounting for managers; the global business
environment; and advanced marketing. In addition,
students can undertake specialist studies in two
areas including management, administrative
management, innovation and entrepreneurship,
tourism and hospitality, accounting, marketing,
and international business. The Business Double
Masters program may be completed in six teaching
periods (slightly more than two years full-time).
The 18 course requirements include four Division
core courses (or MBA equivalents), seven specific
courses to the first Master degree and seven specific
courses to the second Master degree. Students
studying the accountancy stream may need to
complete up to 21 courses in total, with up to 11
in accountancy to meet professional requirements.
Core Courses
Global Business Environment
People, Organisations and Leadership
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Marketing
Plus two specialisations selected from:
Accounting
Administrative Management
Event Management
Human Resource Management
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Integrated Supply Chain Management
International Business
International Studies
Management
Marketing
Tourism
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
Important information
Students wishing to take the accounting
specialisation may need to complete an additional
course to meet requirements for professional
recognition. Students completing the Double
Masters program will receive a parchment for each
of the single masters programs. Students may exit
this program and receive the qualification of the
program for which they meet the requirements.
This award may be at Graduate Certificate,
Graduate Diploma or Masters level depending
on the studies undertaken by the student.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Master of Marketing
Program code
DMMK
CRICOS code
036275J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
1.5yrs
$19920
$29880
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
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Entry requirements
Applicants will have completed one of the following:
A Bachelors degree with a Grade Point Average
of 5 (65%) or greater at a recognised higher
education institution or equivalent; or
A Graduate Certificate in a related discipline
with a Grade Point Average of 5 (65%)
or greater from a recognised higher
education institution or equivalent or
The relevant courses in the Graduate Certificate
in Marketing with a Grade Point Average of 5
(65%) or greater. Students with a Grade Point
Average of 4.5-4.9 (55-64%) need to demonstrate
competency in numeracy and literacy sufficient
for satisfactory progress in the program.
Competency can be demonstrated by
higher grades in relevant disciplines.
Program overview
Program requirements
This program is designed to provide professional
postgraduate education and knowledge for those
seeking a career in marketing and for existing
marketing managers wishing to upgrade their
knowledge and skills. The programs develop
leadership skills and specialised, advanced expertise
in the design, development and management
of marketing in modern economies; they offer
best-practice marketing education in their currency,
applicability and relevance to current and future
business environments; and they provide graduates
with knowledge and understanding about the
relationship between organisational strategy,
marketing methods and planning. The programs
also develop specialist skills in using management
systems, formulating associated strategies and
analysing results. Graduates will have valuable
knowledge and understanding of the value of critical
thinking and effective communication in marketing.
Course name
Advanced Marketing
Advanced Consumer Behaviour
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Business and Marketing
Planning Principles
Advanced Market Analysis
Marketing Elective
Marketing Elective
Business or Marketing Elective
What will I study?
Students will benefit from a comprehensive
program of compulsory and elective courses
which provide an advanced marketing
qualification with enough flexibility to be tailored
to students’ career and personal interests.
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Plus one of the following combinations
Coursework Option:
Advanced Integrated Marketing and
Firm Strategy
Marketing Elective
Marketing Elective
Business or Marketing Elective
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
OR
Research Option:
Research Methods in Business and
Management G
Minor Thesis A
Minor Thesis B
Business or Marketing Elective
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Wine Marketing specialisation
Advanced Wine Marketing
Wine Marketing Project A
Wine Marketing Project B
Research Methods in Business and
Management G
Students who do not wish to complete Minor Thesis
B will be required to complete Advanced Integrated
Marketing and Firm Strategy. Students who have
a background, or previous studies, in a particular
course may substitute a course of equal value and
standing with the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Marketing
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DGMK
036272A
1yr
$19920
$19920
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
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Entry requirements
Applicants will have completed one of the following:
A Bachelors degree with a Grade Point Average
of 5 (65%) or greater at a recognised higher
education institution or equivalent; or
A Graduate Certificate in a related discipline
with a Grade Point Average of 5 (65%)
or greater from a recognised higher
education institution or equivalent; or
The relevant courses in the Graduate
Certificate in Marketing with a Grade
Point Average of 5 (65%) or greater.
Students with a Grade Point Average of 4.5-4.9 (5564%) need to demonstrate competency in numeracy
and literacy sufficient for satisfactory progress in
the program. Competency can be demonstrated
by higher grades in relevant disciplines.
What will I study?
Students will benefit from a comprehensive
program of compulsory and elective courses
which provide an advanced marketing
qualification with enough flexibility to be tailored
to students’ career and personal interests.
Program requirements
Course name
Advanced Marketing
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Business and Marketing
Planning Principles
Advanced Consumer Behaviour
Advanced Market Analysis
Marketing Elective
Marketing or Business Elective
Marketing or Business Elective
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Certificate in Marketing
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
38
DCMK
036383E
0.5yrs
$9960
SP1, SP3 , SP4 or SP6
CWE
What will I study?
Important information
Students will benefit from a comprehensive
program of compulsory and elective courses
which provide an advanced marketing
qualification with enough flexibility to be tailored
to students’ career and personal interests.
Students who have a background, or previous
studies, in a particular course may substitute
a course of equal value and standing with the
approval of the Program Director. Students are
required to take the following courses in the
Graduate Certificate in Marketing to gain entry into
the Graduate Diploma in Marketing and the Master
of Marketing. Advanced Marketing Cost Analysis for
Marketing & Business Management M Advanced
Consumer Behaviour Advanced Market Analysis.
Program requirements
Entry requirements
Course name
Applicants will have completed of the following:
A Bachelors degree with a Grade Point Average
of 5 (65%) or greater at a recognised higher
education institution or equivalent; or
A minimum of five years managerial
work experience.
Students with a Grade Point Average of 4.5-4.9 (5564%) need to demonstrate competency in numeracy
and literacy sufficient for satisfactory progress in
the program. Competency can be demonstrated
by higher grades in relevant disciplines.
Core Courses
Advanced Marketing
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Consumer Behaviour OR
Prescribed Marketing Elective
Advanced Market Analysis OR
Prescribed Marketing Elective
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
All students must complete five marketing courses
and 3 elective courses. Students who have a
background, or previous studies, in a particular
course may substitute a course of equal value and
standing with the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Le Cordon Bleu Master of International Hospitality Management
Program code
DMHO
CRICOS code
051375B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
2yrs
Fees are paid
through LCB
SP1 or SP4
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All applicants are required to apply
directly to Le Cordon Bleu. Applicants
must have successfully completed:
• An undergraduate degree from a
recognised tertiary institution; or
• The Le Cordon Bleu Graduate Certificate
or Graduate Diploma in International
Hospitality Management.
Program requirements
The Le Cordon Bleu/UniSA Master of International
Hospitality Management program is targeted to
a niche and growing hospitality industry market
sector ñ International Meetings Management,
Hospitality, Hotel Management, Restaurant
Business and Gastronomy. The program produces
high-potential professionals with greatly expanded
knowledge, strong decision making and team
skills and a rich global perspective. Course content
concentrates on developing general management
and leadership skills relevant to the international
hospitality industry, while the compulsory six-month
Hospitality Industry Experience course gives students
valuable hands-on experience with a hospitality
organisation. This combination is designed to
promote the development of an international career.
Course name
What will I study?
SECOND YEAR
Service Quality Management LCB
Successful Hospitality Project Design LCB
Applied Hospitality Management LCB
Hospitality Industry Experience LCB
The program includes courses related to
managing hospitality in an international context;
strategic management; global operations;
service quality; leading and managing people;
financial management; hospitality marketing
management; risk and contingency based
management; data analysis for hospitality
managers; applied hospitality management;
successful hospitality project design; and a sixmonth hospitality industry experience project.
FIRST YEAR
Introduction to Global Hospitality
Operations LCB
Leading and Managing People LCB
Financial Management LCB
Hospitality Marketing Management LCB
Managing Hospitality in the International
Context LCB
Strategic Principles LCB
Data Analysis for Hospitality Managers LCB
Risk and Contingency Management LCB
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
This program can only be taken on a full time
basis. This is a full fee paying program; There are
2 intakes each year - the program commences
in January and July; All applicants are required
to apply directly to Le Cordon Bleu.
This program is CRICOS registered by
Le Cordon Bleu Australia Pty Ltd.
Business
Home campus
Entry requirements
Program overview
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Le Cordon Bleu Graduate Diploma in International Hospitality Management
Program code
CRICOS code
DGHO
051377M
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
Fees are paid
through LCB
SP1 or SP4
Home campus
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Entry requirements
All applicants are required to apply directly
to Le Cordon Bleu. Applicants must have
successfully completed:
• An undergraduate degree from a
recognised tertiary institution; or
• The Le Cordon Bleu Graduate Certificate
in International Hospitality Management;
or A Graduate Certificate with a GPA of
4 (50% average) plus have a minimum
of four (4) years aggregated hospitality
experience at a supervisory level.
Credit will not normally be granted; This program
can only be taken on a full time basis. This is a full
fee paying program; There are 2 intakes per year
- the program commences in January and July;
All applicants are required to apply directly to
Le Cordon Bleu
What will I study?
The program includes courses related to
managing hospitality in an international context;
strategic management; global operations;
service quality; leading and managing people;
financial management; hospitality marketing
management; risk and contingency based
management; data analysis for hospitality
managers; applied hospitality management;
successful hospitality project design; and a sixmonth hospitality industry experience project.
Program requirements
Course name
FIRST YEAR
Introduction to Global Hospitality
Operations LCB
Leading and Managing People LCB
Financial Management LCB
Hospitality Marketing Management LCB
Managing Hospitality in the International
Context LCB
Strategic Principles LCB
Data Analysis for Hospitality Managers LCB
Risk and Contingency Management LCB
Important information
Units
This program is CRICOS registered by
Le Cordon Bleu Australia Pty Ltd.
For further information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Le Cordon Bleu Graduate Certificate in International Hospitality Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
DCHO
051378K
0.5yrs
Fees are paid
through LCB
SP1 or SP3
Home campus
Entry requirements
All applicants are required to apply directly to
Le Cordon Bleu. For admission to the Le Cordon
Bleu Graduate Certificate in International
Hospitality Management prospective students
must satisfy the following: Undergraduate
degree from a recognised tertiary institution
or A minimum of four (4) years aggregated
hospitality experience at a supervisory level.
Credit will not normally be granted; This
program can only be taken on a full time basis.
This is a full fee paying program; There are 2
intakes each year - the program commences
in January and July; All applicants are required
to apply directly to Le Cordon Bleu.
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What will I study?
The program includes courses related to
managing hospitality in an international context;
strategic management; global operations;
service quality; leading and managing people;
financial management; hospitality marketing
management; risk and contingency based
management; data analysis for hospitality
managers; applied hospitality management;
successful hospitality project design; and a sixmonth hospitality industry experience project.
Program requirements
Course name
FIRST YEAR
Introduction to Global
Hospitality Operations LCB
Leading and Managing People LCB
Financial Management LCB
Hospitality Marketing Management LCB
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
This program is CRICOS registered by
Le Cordon Bleu Australia Pty Ltd.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Le Cordon Bleu Master of Business Administration
(International Hotel and Restaurant Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
DMIH
040928J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1.5yrs
Fees are paid
through LCB
SP1, SP3, SP4 or SP6
Home campus
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Entry requirements
All applicants are required to apply directly to
Le Cordon Bleu. Applicants must have completed
the Graduate Diploma in International Hospitality
Management with one year hospitality industry
experience. Other pathways are available - please
contact Le Cordon Bleu for further information.
Program overview
Program requirements
The Le Cordon Bleu/UniSA Master of International
Hospitality Management program is targeted to
a niche and growing hospitality industry market
sector ñ International Meetings Management,
Hospitality, Hotel Management, Restaurant
Business and Gastronomy. The program produces
high-potential professionals with greatly expanded
knowledge, strong decision making and team
skills and a rich global perspective. Course content
concentrates on developing general management
and leadership skills relevant to the international
hospitality industry, while the compulsory six-month
Hospitality Industry Experience course gives students
valuable hands-on experience with a hospitality
organisation. This combination is designed to
promote the development of an international career.
Course name
What will I study?
The program includes courses related to
managing hospitality in an international context;
strategic management; global operations;
service quality; leading and managing people;
financial management; hospitality marketing
management; risk and contingency based
management; data analysis for hospitality
managers; applied hospitality management;
successful hospitality project design; and a sixmonth hospitality industry experience project.
Core Courses:
Leadership Dynamics
Contemporary Management Skills
Creative and Accountable Marketing
Leading and Managing People
Accounting for Decision Making
Competitive Strategy PG
Elective Courses (Any 6):
Sustainable Corporate Strategy
Managerial Finance
Managerial Economics
International Business
Managing Hospitality in the International
Context LCB
Service Quality Management LCB
Data Analysis for Hospitality Managers LCB
Risk and Contingency Management LCB
Applied Hospitality Management LCB
For further information
Units
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Research Degrees
The University of South Australia also offers a number of opportunities for Higher Degrees by Research in each of its Divisions.
For the Division of Business, these higher degrees by research are available to qualified applicants:
The Division of Business’s higher degrees by research are available in the following disciplines:
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Accountability, Sustainability and Governance;
Accounting and Auditing;
Arts and Cultural Management;
Brand Management and Buyer Behaviour;
Business and Innovation;
Crisis Management;
Cross-cultural Management and Asian Management;
Diversity Management;
Employment Relations;
Ethics, Integrity and Governance;
Event Management and Hospitality;
Finance;
Human Resource Management;
International Education in Business;
International Management/International Human Resource Management;
Labour Economics;
Applied Economics;
Management;
Management Accounting;
Manufacturing Management;
Market Regulation;
Marketing;
Marketing Management;
Organisational Behaviour;
Organisational Change;
Public Law and Partnerships;
Relationship and Services Marketing;
Security law and Criminal Justice;
Sustainability Management and Indigenous Enterprises;
Sustainable Societies;
Tourism;
Recreation, Leisure and Sports Management;
Water Policy and Law;
Wine Marketing.
Master Degree by Research
Program code
CRICOS Code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DMRU
000547J
2 yrs
$20800
$41600
SP2, SP5
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PhD in Business and Management
Program code
CRICOS Code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DBPU
018568A
4 yrs
$20800
$83200
SP2, SP5
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The Division values the
contributions and supports
the achievements of a
diverse range of staff and
students, both in Australia
and internationally. We
have a clear view of its
performance in the national
context, with our best work
establishing an increasingly
strong international
reputation.
Schools within the Division
include:
• School of
Communication,
International Studies and
Languages
• School of Education
• School of Psychology,
Social Work and Social
Policy
• South Australian School
of Art
• The Louis Laybourne
Smith School of
Architecture and Design
Division of
Education,
Arts and
Social
Sciences
Education, Arts and Social Sciences
The Division of Education,
Arts and Social Sciences
teaches and researches
across a broad field of
the arts, humanities and
social sciences, focusing
on work which contributes
to the building of open,
democratic, inclusive,
creative and sustainable
communities. Programs are
enriched by the professional
knowledge and connections
of staff while research deals
with issues of theoretical
interest and practical
concern.
• The Unaipon School
The Division promotes the
widest expression of the
talents and scholarship
of its staff, encouraging
leadership in community
service and public
intellectualism, engagement
in the life of the University,
innovation in teaching,
excellence in research and
engagement with diverse
traditions and cultures
For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/eas
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Graduate Diploma in International Studies
Program code
MGIL
CRICOS code
024148D
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion of
any of the eight courses below totalling 36 units.
Program requirements
Total annual fee (A$)
$16900
Course name
Total program fee (A$)
$16900
FIRST YEAR
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MAG
Entry requirements
A recognised Australian bachelor degree or
equivalent. No specific knowledge is assumed
on entry. Applicants will be selected on the
academic merit of their existing qualifications.
Program overview
This program aims to develop students‘ ability
to undertake informed and critical analysis of
theory and specialist practice in international
relations, world politics and comparative crosscultural studies. These interdisciplinary programs
aim to develop students‘ ability to undertake
informed and critical analysis of theory and
specialist practice in international relations, world
politics and comparative cross-cultural studies,
including the opportunity to undertake supervised
experience in research at Master’s level.
Units
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Human Rights, Identity and Security
4.5
World Politics, Culture and the Security Debate 4.5
Western Culture, Fundamentalism and
Secularisation
4.5
International Interventions: Democratisation and
State Building
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Comparative Politics and Security Strategies
Culture, Language and Identity
Asia-Pacific Twenty-First Century
Sustainable Development
Environmental Security and Human Rights
Islam, Politics and International Relations
(available in Study Period 7 only)
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
The Graduate Diploma in International Studies
forms part of a nested suite of programs leading
to the Master of Arts (International Studies).
What will I study?
Postgraduate studies in International Studies at
UniSA have been designed to provide graduates
with an understanding of international relations,
politics and the global society. The program aims
to develop students‘ international expertise.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Languages and Culture Studies
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
MGLC
Course name
1yr
FIRST YEAR -
Total annual fee (A$)
$16900
Total program fee (A$)
$16900
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2
MAG
Entry requirements
Applicants will normally hold a recognised
Australian bachelor degree or equivalent.
Program overview
The Graduate Diploma in Languages and Culture
Studies aims to enable graduates from various
disciplines to become confident users of their chosen
language. This program also teaches students to
develop intercultural understanding as an adjunct
to their professional knowledge and skill.
What will I study?
To qualify for the Graduate Diploma in Languages
and Culture Studies, students must complete 36
units of study. A minimum of 18 units must be
taken from the available languages courses and
the remaining units, if required, must be taken
from the Graduate Diploma in International
Studies. Other courses may be approved by the
Program Director. International students may
qualify for the award by completing up to 36 units
of English as an Additional Language courses.
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Program requirements
024149C
SECOND YEAR - LEVEL 2
Units
LEVEL 1 First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
French 1A
4.5
or Italian 1A
4.5
or Japanese 1A
4.5
or Arabic 1A (online Deakin University)
4.5
and Arabic 1A
0
or English Language 1A
4.5
and English Language 2A
4.5
and English Language 3A
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
French 1B
or Italian 1B
or Japanese 1B
or Arabic 1B (online Deakin University)
and Arabic 1B
or English Language 1B
English Language 2B
English Language 3B
Elective 1
and Elective 2
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
French 2A
or Italian 2A
or Japanese 2A
or Arabic 2A (online Deakin University)
and Arabic 2A
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
French 2B
or Italian 2B
or Screen Matters: Film, Television
and New Media
or Japanese 2B
or Arabic 2B (online Deakin University)
and Arabic 2B
Important information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
0
THIRD YEAR - LEVEL 3
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
French 3A
or Italian 3A
Italy Close-up: Cinematic Identities
and Cultures
or Japanese 3A
or Arabic 3A (online Deakin University)
and Arabic 3A
or Professional Language Application Project A
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
French 3B
or Italian 3B
or Japanese 3B
or Arabic 3B (online Deakin University)
and Arabic 3B
or Professional Language Application Project B
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9
0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9
0
4.5
International students wishing to complete the
English as an Additional Language sub-major/major
may take the Graduate Diploma in Languages
and Culture Studies full-time over one year.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of International Studies
Program code
CRICOS code
MMIL
048329A
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$16900
Total program fee (A$)
$25350
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MAG
Entry requirements
Any graduate with a bachelor degree from
a recognised institution may apply. No
specific knowledge is assumed on entry.
Applicants will be selected on the academic
merit of their existing qualifications.
Program overview
This program aims to develop students‘ ability to
undertake informed and critical analysis of theory
and specialist practice in international relations,
world politics and comparative cross-cultural
studies, including the opportunity to undertake
supervised experience in research at Master’s level.
Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
Research course work or professional
options available
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Human Rights, Identity and Security
4.5
World Politics, Culture and the Security Debate 4.5
Western Culture, Fundamentalism and
Secularisation
4.5
International Interventions: Democratisation and
State Building
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Comparative Politics and Security Strategies
4.5
Culture, Language and Identity
4.5
Asia-Pacific Twenty-First Century
4.5
Sustainable Development
4.5
Environmental Security and Human Rights
4.5
Islam, Politics and International Relations (available
in Study Period 7 only)
4.5
The Master of International Studies requires the
completion of courses and/or thesis/project totalling
54 units. Students may undertake a research option
comprising 36 units of approved postgraduate
courses and an 18,000 word (18 unit) minor
postgraduate thesis; or a professional option
comprising 45 units of approved postgraduate
courses and a 9,000 word (9 unit) professional
project report; or a coursework option comprising
54 units of approved postgraduate courses.
Education, Arts and Social Sciences
SECOND YEAR
What will I study?
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3) or Second
Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Research option: Project Development (available in
Study Period 1 only)
4.5
Thesis (Master of International Studies): Part A 9
Thesis (Master of International Studies): Part B 9
Professional option: Project Development (available
in Study Period 1 only)
4.5
Professional Project Report
9
Coursework option:
Complete four more approved courses.
Master of Architecture
Program code
CRICOS code
DMAE
060208J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2
CWE
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry requirements
Entry into the Master of Architecture program is
competitive, based on academic merit, and subject
to quota. Entry requires successful completion of
the Bachelor of Architectural Studies program at
the University of South Australia with a minimum
Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0 (7 point scale),
or an approved equivalent program and GPA
including either: A Bachelor degree in a 3 year preprofessional architecture program from a recognised
higher education institution or equivalent, or
A completed Graduate Diploma in Architecture
from a recognised higher education institution.
Program overview
This intensive and rewarding program equips
students with the creative and technical skills to
work as graduate architects, and provides the
qualifications required towards registration as a
professional architect. The Master of Architecture
comprises the final two years of the five year
professionally accredited architecture education
offered at UniSA and is designed for students who
have already completed a recognised undergraduate
degree in architectural studies or equivalent.
Professional recognition
The Master of Architecture program is accredited
by the Architects Board of South Australia,
endorsing the architecture qualifications of
graduates required for registration as an architect.
The Royal Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA)
recognises the program, endorsing architecture
qualifications required for membership of the RAIA,
including student and graduate membership.
What will I study?
The program has a core focus on Design Studio as
a place of integration for other streams of learning.
The Design Studio courses allow students to
develop capabilities in areas such as sustainability,
construction and documentation, urban design,
contemporary design theory and digital exploration.
Student-directed learning is an important facet of
the program, which offers extensive opportunities
for specialisation according to individual preferences
by pursuing specific research interests and
undertaking advanced electives such as the school‘s
Student Design and Construction program.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Architectural Design Studio 7 (Environment)
Theories and History of Architecture
Elective
9
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Architectural Design Studio 8 (Construction)
Elective
Elective
9
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Architectural Design Studio 9
Masters Project Report 1
Architectural Practice Professional
9
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Architectural Design Studio 10
Masters Project Report 2
Architectural Practice Management
9
4.5
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Master of Sustainable Design
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
DMSD
060205A
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$16600
Total program fee (A$)
$33200
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2
CWE
Entry requirements
Applicants should normally hold at least a
three-year completed undergraduate degree or
recognised equivalent in a related design discipline
from a recognised higher education institution or
equivalent. Alternatively entry requirements would
be satisfied by applicants who have completed a
Graduate Diploma in a related design discipline
from a recognised higher education institution.
Design disciplines may include: Architecture, Interior
Architecture, Industrial Design, Furniture Design,
Civil or Structural Engineering, Planning and Urban
Design. Admission will be based on academic merit.
Program overview
Sustainability is of critical importance to architects
and designers, whose work determines much
of the environmental impact of the objects,
buildings and systems around us. It also shapes
the social behaviors responsible for our on-going
environmental crisis. The Master of Sustainable
Design is a unique interdisciplinary postgraduate
design degree focusing on the principles,
practices and application of sustainable design in
architecture, interior architecture and industrial
design. It can be taken full-time over two years,
or part-time over three and a half years.
What will I study?
For further information
Half of the program is focused on real-world,
‘hands-on’ studio-based projects. These are
supported by a suite of seminars, specialist
electives, and a final individual design research
project. The program is flexible enough to enable
individual students to tailor its components to
suit their design background, particular interests
and developing expertise. Industry Relevance
Knowledge of the principles and practices of a
more sustainable approach to design is now an
essential component of design practice in all
fields. This unique interdisciplinary program is
especially relevant to working practitioners and
graduates in architecture, interior architecture,
industrial design, and other related fields.
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Sustainable Design Studio 1
Introduction to Sustainable Design
Elective 1
9
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Sustainable Design Studio 2
Principles of Sustainable Design
Elective 2
9
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Sustainable Design Studio
9
Consumer Culture, Technology and Sustainable
Design
4.5
Dissertation Preparation for Sustainable Design 4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Dissertation for Sustainable Design 1
Dissertation for Sustainable Design 2
9
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Graduate Diploma in Visual Art and Design (Specialisation)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DGAD
048556A
1yr
$17500
$17500
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Entry requirements
In order to be eligible for entry, prospective
students must a) have completed a recognised
relevant undergraduate degree (eg industrial
design, applied arts, visual arts, fine arts, interior
design, design) from an Australian university or
equivalent; and b) submit a portfolio of work;
and c) submit a written statement of intent. For
information on the portfolio and statement of
intent see http://www.unisa.edu.au/art/postgrad/
howtoapply.asp#Portfolio Applications may also
be considered from prospective students who do
not have an undergraduate degree but may have
gained professional experience or other types of
qualification; these applicants must submit a) a
portfolio of work; and b) a written statement of
intent. In such cases applicants, as part of their
portfolio submission, must demonstrate achievement
in, and relevance of, previous higher education
studies, professional experience and/or published
research work. For information on the portfolio
and statement of intent see http://www.unisa.
edu.au/art/postgrad/howtoapply.asp#Portfolio
Program overview
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma in Visual Art and Design
(Specialisation) is vocationally focussed, and is
aimed at visual art or design emerging professionals
seeking advanced training under the mentorship
of experienced industry practitioners. The Graduate
Diploma in Visual Art and Design (Specialisation) is
vocationally focussed, and is aimed at visual art or
design emerging professionals seeking advanced
training under the mentorship of experienced
industry practitioners. This program will develop,
for graduates from a range of undergraduate
backgrounds and professions, knowledge and
understandings of the major applied and theoretical
paradigms relating to their chosen specialisation.
There is an emphasis on: - the development of
applied skills both in studio and marketing the
artist/designer in a professional context - the
development of skills in producing, presenting and
marketing an exhibition or publication- providing
support, networking skills and professional
recognition of the artist /designer in industry. This
program is unique in Australia, both in terms of
academic outcomes and the capacity to provide a
complementary, studio-based program linked to
an industry based mentorship program. It offers
an opportunity to gain professional training and
experience in commissions, production development
and exhibition practice in the specialisations of
glass, ceramics, jewellery/metal/furniture design,
curatorship, drawing, graphic design, arts writing,
illustration, new media art, painting, photography,
printmaking, public art, sculpture or textiles.
The Graduate Diploma consists of twelve months
full-time (or equivalent) study, on completion of
which students may undertake a further six months
study full-time to complete the Master of Visual
Art and Design. The Graduate Diploma requires the
completion of eight courses totalling 36 units with
four involving studio production. The other four core
courses involve research methods, business practice
for artists and designers, professional management
and design production and presentation.
Program requirements
Course name
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Research Methods SASA
Design, Production, Presentation
Supervised Studio 1
Supervised Studio 2
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Business Practice for Artists and Designers
Professional Management VA
Supervised Studio 3
Supervised Studio 4
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
The Graduate Diploma in Visual Art and
Design (Specialisation) forms part of a nested
suite of programs leading to the Master of
Visual Art and Design (Specialisation).
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Units
FIRST YEAR
Master of Visual Art and Design (Specialisation)
Program code
DMAD
CRICOS code
048557M
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$26250
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CWE
What will I study?
The Master of Visual Art and Design requires
the completion of 54 units including the project
thesis. Students who have previously completed
the Graduate Diploma in Visual Art and Design
(Specialisation) (36 units) complete a further
18 units over six months of full-time study.
Program requirements
Course name
Entry requirements
Applicants must have successfully
completed the Graduate Diploma in Visual
Art and Design (Specialisation).
Program overview
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
Minor Thesis by Project A
Minor Thesis by Project B
9
9
Education, Arts and Social Sciences
The Master of Visual Art and Design program is
vocationally focussed, and are aimed at visual art
or design emerging professionals seeking advanced
training under the mentorship of experienced
industry practitioners. This program develops,
for graduates from a range of undergraduate
backgrounds and professions, knowledge and
understandings of the major applied and theoretical
paradigms relating to their chosen specialisation.
There is an emphasis on: - the development of
applied skills both in studio and marketing the
artist/designer in a professional context - the
development of skills in producing, presenting and
marketing an exhibition or publication - providing
support, networking skills and professional
recognition of the artist /designer in industry. This
program is unique in Australia, both in terms of
academic outcomes and the capacity to provide a
complementary, studio-based program linked to
an industry based mentorship program. It offers
an opportunity to gain professional training and
experience in commissions, production development
and exhibition practice in the specialisations of
glass, ceramics, jewellery/metal/furniture design,
curatorship, drawing, graphic design, arts writing,
illustration, new media art, painting, photography,
printmaking, public art, sculpture or textiles.
Units
FIRST YEAR
Research Methods SASA
Design, Production, Presentation
Business Practice for Artists and Designers
Professional Management VA
Supervised Studio 1
Supervised Studio 2
Supervised Studio 3
Supervised Studio 4
Important information
The Master of Visual Art and Design
(Specialisation) forms part of a nested suite of
programs which includes the Graduate Diploma
in Visual Art and Design (Specialisation).
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Communication (Public Relations)
Program code
CRICOS code
MGPU
024136G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$17500
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2
MAG
Entry requirements
The normal entry requirement for the Graduate
Diploma in Communication (Public Relations)
is an appropriate first degree, or its equivalent,
from a higher education institution. However, the
University of South Australia is also able to consider
applications from experienced senior communication
practitioners who have not graduated at university
level, with Program Director approval.
Program overview
The Graduate Diploma in Communication (Public
Relations) is designed for those who seek a formal
qualification in public relations. The program is
recognised by the Public Relations Institute of
Australia (PRIA) and prepares students for local,
national and international public relations positions.
The program is offered online for busy professionals,
and in mixed mode, in which some in-house
seminars are available. The program focuses on
contemporary practice, management techniques
and writing skills and much importance is placed
on case studies devised by leading practitioners
who have also won PRIA awards for their excellent
work. Assignments that simulate industry practice
develop skills in applying theory to everyday practice.
Professional recognition
The program is designed so that graduates are
automatically eligible, after three years full-time
employment in the communication industry,
to achieve professional-grade membership of
the Public Relations Institute of Australia.
What will I study?
The program requires the completion of seven
courses totalling 36 units. The core public relations
courses focus on models of public relations
practice, new and traditional media management,
public relations theory, the writing and tactical
skills demanded in the strategic dissemination of
information, legal and ethical questions, issues and
crisis management, public relations planning and
campaign management and communicating and
researching in formal organisational communication.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Public Relations 1G
Writing for Public Relations G
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Public Relations 2G
Communication Management, Ethics and the
Law
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Public Relations 3G
4.5
Researching Communication in the Organisational
Context M
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Graduate Communication Management Project
9
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Graduate Certificate in Journalism
Program code
CRICOS code
MCJO
065560G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
$8750
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
MAG
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program will normally hold a
University degree or equivalent professional
qualification or professional journalism experience.
Program overview
The program provides professional education
and advanced study in journalism by coursework
and thesis. The Graduate Certificate in
Journalism comprises 18 units of study made
up of four 4.5 unit courses. As is appropriate
in a postgraduate certificate, there is a breadth
of offerings covering fundamental aspects of
journalism practice and principles, including ethical
dimensions and contemporary issues such as new
communications technologies. This certificate
provides a sound basis from which students
may progress to more advanced, specialised
or analytical work in the Graduate Diploma in
Journalism or the Master of Arts (Journalism).
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Journalism: Principles and Practices G
Media Law G
Writing for Print Journalism G
Journalism Ethics G
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
The Graduate Certificate in Journalism forms
part of a nested suite of programs leading
to the Master of Arts (Journalism).
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
What will I study?
The courses focus on journalism theory and
practice, and includes journalism ethics, media
law and principles and practices of journalism.
Graduate Diploma in Journalism
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
MGJO
036377C
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$17500
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2
MAG
Entry requirements
Entrants to the program will normally
hold a University degree or equivalent
professional qualification.
Program overview
The Graduate Diploma provides advanced
professional journalism education for
graduates wishing to pursue a career in
mainstream journalism or allied fields.
What will I study?
The core courses focus on journalism theory and
practice, and course options include advanced
print, radio and television journalism. The Graduate
Diploma in Journalism requires the completion
of eight courses totalling 36 units. The award
requires two semesters of full-time study.
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Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Journalism: Principles and Practices G
Media Law G
Writing for Print Journalism G
Journalism Ethics G
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Elective 1
Elective 2
Graduate Project in Journalism G
4.5
4.5
9
Important information
The Graduate Diploma in Journalism forms
part of a nested suite of programs leading
to the Master of Arts (Journalism).
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Arts (Communication Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
MMCO
040643M
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$26250
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MAG
Entry requirements
Applicants to the program are normally required to
hold a completed university degree or equivalent
professional qualification. In addition applicants
will normally have a minimum of two years
of relevant experience in commerce, industry
or a public sector organisation. Alternatively
applicants who have successfully completed
the Graduate Diploma in Communication
(Public Relations) will be considered for entry
without the two years of relevant experience.
Program overview
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Communication in the Global Context
4.5
Corporate Leadership, Innovation and
Change IM
4.5
or Communication Management, Ethics and the
Law
4.5
Public Relations 1 CM
4.5
or Public Relations 2G
4.5
New Communication and Media Technologies 4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Promotional Culture
Brand Management and Communication
Creative Writing for the Media
or Writing for Public Relations G
Advertising Management
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
Education, Arts and Social Sciences
This program provides professional development
education for graduates pursuing careers involving
the management of public communication and
media relations objectives and campaigns in
organisations operating in a global context. The
program is designed for professional practitioners as
well as the managers of such professional practice.
Program requirements
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Researching Communication in the Organisational
Context CM
9
Graduate Case Study in Communication
9
What will I study?
Important information
The Master of Arts (Communication
Management) requires the completion of
54 units of study specialising in courses on
leadership, advertising management, brand
management and public relations, new
media management and the organisational
context of these forms of communication.
The program follows a prescribed formula, with
no opportunity for optional or elective study.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Arts (Journalism)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
MMJO
048338M
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$26250
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2
MAG
Entry requirements
Applicants to the program will normally hold
a university degree or equivalent professional
qualification or professional journalism experience.
Program overview
The program provides professional education and
advanced study in journalism by coursework and
thesis. The Master of Arts (Journalism) comprises 36
units of the Graduate Diploma in Journalism plus
18 units of additional MA (Journalism) courses.
What will I study?
The core courses focus on journalism theory and
practice, and course options include advanced
print, radio and television journalism. The Master
of Arts (Journalism) includes journalism ethics,
research methods and a thesis component, and
requires three semesters of full-time study.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Journalism: Principles and Practices G
Writing for Print Journalism G
Journalism Ethics G
Research Methods (Journalism)
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Elective 1
Elective 2
Journalism Thesis 1
4.5
4.5
9
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Media Law G
Elective 3
Journalism Thesis 2
4.5
4.5
9
Important information
The Master of Arts (Journalism) forms
part of a nested suite of programs which
includes the Graduate Certificate and
Graduate Diploma in Journalism.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) - Graduate Entry
Program code
MBCG
CRICOS code
052370K
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
8000
Total program fee (A$)
16000
Start date (Study period)
Study Period 2
Home campus
MAG
Entry requirements
Applicants must have completed a recognised
Australian bachelor degree or equivalent.s
Program overview
The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)
(Graduate Entry) program focuses on planning,
implementing and participating in activities for
children from birth to eight years. It enables
students to develop the skills and knowledge
to be able to care for and educate children,
particularly in childcare, sessional kindergarten,
junior primary schools and related services.This
graduate entry program is specifically designed
for students who have already completed a
minimum three-year degree from a recognised
higher education institution or equivalent.
What will I study?
The program contains three distinct study
strands – child development, curriculum studies
and professional experience (practicum). These
provide the essential knowledge and skills for the
effective practice of early childhood education for
children from birth to eight years. Studies in child
development enables students to recognise and
apply information about how children’s emotional,
social, thinking and physical development are
intertwined. Theories of child development are also
studied. Studies in curriculum develops students’
knowledge and understandings of curriculum
content. Students have opportunities to develop,
implement and evaluate key ideas in a range of
curriculum areas and learn about approaches
to teaching and children’s learning. Professional
experience (practicums) are the field based
placements that give students the opportunity to
combine theory with practice. Over the two years of
the degree, students participate in four supervised
placements, including a total of 22 days in childcare,
29 days in sessional preschool/kindergarten and 51
days in primary schools. Students need to ensure
that they are able to fulfil professional experience
(practicum) commitments on the stipulated date.
Program requirements
Professional recognition
Course name
Graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Early
Childhood) (Graduate Entry) will meet the academic
requirement for registration as teachers in South
Australia. However, applicants should note that
there are other criteria determining eligibility
for registration by the Teachers Registration
Board of South Australia, which are outlined
in the Teachers Registration and Standards Act
2004 and Teachers Registration and Standards
Regulations 2005. Graduation from this program
also qualifies graduates to work as qualified
childcare professionals in South Australia.
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Social Education Birth - 8 Years
Arts in Early Childhood
Childcare Practicum
Developing a Play Curriculum Birth - 8 Years
or Children with Special Needs
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Children’s Social-Emotional Development
Birth - 8 Years
Literacy in Early Childhood Birth to 8 Years
Education, Change and Society
Sessional Preschool Practicum
For further information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Children’s Thinking Birth - 8 Years
Numeracy in Early Childhood Birth to 8 Years
Ethics, Education and Critical Inquiry
Junior Primary Practicum 1
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Science and Technology Birth - 8 Years 4
Physical Education and Health Birth - 8 Years
Professional Community, Identity and
Social Justice
Junior Primary Practicum 2
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important Information
Applicants are advised that a successful criminal
history screening clearance is required for all
students prior to their undertaking any professional
experience/practicum placement that involves
contact with minors (under 18 years of age).
Information on the procedure to be followed for
obtaining clearance will be provided with the
letter of offer or may be viewed at the School
of Education criminal history screening web
page. These placements form a compulsory part of
the program. A successful clearance may also be
required for other courses, eg to enter any school,
pre-school or childcare centre for any reason,
including on placement, observation or visits, unless
the students are already registered teachers.
International students who are either arriving
directly from another country or who have been
a resident of Australia for less than 6 months do
not require a police check as the visa application
process incorporates a sufficient process.
Bachelor of Education (Junior Primary and Primary) - Graduate Entry
Program code
MBEG
CRICOS code
052371J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
8000
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
16000
Study Period 2 and 5
Home campus
MAG
Entry requirements
Applicants must have completed a recognised
Australian bachelor degree or equivalent.
Program overview
Junior primary/primary teachers play a unique and
crucial educational and social role in developing
society’s richest resource - its children. The Bachelor
of Education (Junior Primary and Primary) (Graduate
Entry) program prepares graduates to teach school
students from reception to year 7, across the core
curriculum learning areas. This program prepares
graduates to enter the workforce as well-educated,
competent teachers who are committed to
educational improvement. This graduate entry
program is specifically designed for students who
have already completed a three-year degree from a
recognised higher education institution or equivalent.
Professional recognition
Graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Junior
Primary and Primary) (Graduate Entry) will meet the
academic requirement for registration as teachers
in South Australia. However, applicants should note
that there are other criteria determining eligibility
for registration by the Teachers Registration Board of
South Australia, which are outlined in the Teachers
Registration and Standards Act 2004 and Teachers
Registration and Standards Regulations 2005.
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What will I study?
Program requirements
This program consists of three core strands of
courses in Education Studies, Curriculum Studies,
and Professional Experience (Practicum). Education
Studies includes courses on what it means to be
an educator, contemporary approaches to learning
and teaching in diverse sociocultural settings
and with children with special needs. Curriculum
Studies examines the developmental, emotional
and social psychological needs of learners related
to the specific learning areas of arts; design and
technology; English; health and physical education;
mathematics; science; and society and environment.
Professional Experience (Practicums) are the
field based placements that allow students to
combine theory with practice and gain experience
in schools at both junior primary and primary
levels. The practicum strand comprises three
professional practice and reflection courses, which
each includes a practicum component. Practicums
provide students with the opportunity to apply the
principles that they learn throughout the degree
and allow regular, single-day school contact and
intensive, continuous school-based experience
in each semester of the program. Students need
to ensure that they are able to fulfil practicum
commitments on the stipulated date.Students gain
practicum experiences in each year of the program
that include school visit days and placements that
start from two weeks in length in first year, to 5
weeks in length in the final year of the program
This program is equivalent to two years of full-time
study but students can opt for an intensive mode
of study over one-and-a-half years. Consequently,
study is accelerated and the attendance of summer
school courses and/or participation in other intensive
activities may be required. The ability to access
some online course materials is also required.
Course name
Important Information
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Education, Change and Society
Design and Technology Curriculum
Health and Physical Education Curriculum
English Curriculum 1
Development, Learning and Cognition
Professional Practice and Reflection 1
4.5
3
3
3
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Mathematics Curriculum 1
Society and Environment Curriculum
Science Curriculum
English Curriculum 2
Children with Special Needs
Professional Practice and Reflection 2
3
3
3
3
4.5
9
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Arts Curriculum
Mathematics Curriculum 2
Ethics, Education and Critical Inquiry
Professional Community, Identity and Social
Justice
Professional Practice and Reflection 3
Applicants are advised that a successful criminal
history screening clearance is required for all
students prior to their undertaking any professional
experience/practicum placement that involves
contact with minors (under 18 years of age).
Information on the procedure to be followed for
obtaining clearance will be provided with the
letter of offer or may be viewed at the School
of Education criminal history screening web
page. These placements form a compulsory part of
the program. A successful clearance may also be
required for other courses, eg to enter any school,
pre-school or childcare centre for any reason,
including on placement, observation or visits, unless
the students are already registered teachers.
International students who are either arriving
directly from another country or who have been
a resident of Australia for less than 6 months do
not require a police check as the visa application
process incorporates a sufficient process.
3
3
4.5
4.5
9
Bachelor of Education (Primary and Middle) - Graduate Entry
Program code
CRICOS code
LBPG
052369C
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$16000
Total program fee (A$)
$32000
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
MLK
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Professional recognition
Program requirements
Graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Primary and
Middle) (Graduate Entry) will meet the academic
requirement for registration as teachers in South
Australia. However, applicants should note that
there are other criteria determining eligibility for
registration by the Teachers Registration Board of
South Australia, which are outlined in the Teachers
Registration and Standards Act 2004 and Teachers
Registration and Standards Regulations 2005.
Course name
What will I study?
Entry requirements
The Bachelor of Education (Primary and Middle)
(Graduate Entry) is equivalent to two years of
full-time study but is offered in intensive mode
over one-and-a-half years. As a result, students
will be required to attend summer schools and
other intensive course components as well as
have access to online materials. Students also
undertake professional experience (practicums),
the field based placements that combine theory
with practice. An innovative approach to the
practicum will see students involved with schools
for a set time each week for approximately
seven weeks full-time in the first year and six
weeks during the second year. Applicants need
to ensure they can fulfil these commitments.
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Ethics, Education and Critical Inquiry
Reflective Practice 1
Educational Psychology
Health and Physical Education Curriculum
Study
Interdisciplinary Studies in Science and
Mathematics Education 1
The Bachelor of Education (Primary and Middle)
(Graduate Entry) program prepares students to
teach children in their primary and middle years of
schooling, years 3 to 10. This degree addresses the
special requirements of teaching pre-adolescent
and adolescent students and graduates will be
qualified to teach in both primary and middle school
educational settings. Students develop various
skills and abilities throughout this degree, including
expertise in communication, interpersonal and
research skills which enhance their opportunities
for employment in education and related areas.
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Middle Schooling for the Middle Years
Reflective Practice 2
English Language and Literacy
Issues in Society and Environment Years 3-9
Design and Technology
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Summer (Study Period 7)
Education, Change and Society
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Reflective Practice 3
Professional Community, Identity and Social
Justice
Interdisciplinary Studies in Science and
Mathematics Education 2
Arts Education: Introduction for Primary and
Middle Years Schooling
Program overview
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants are advised that a successful criminal
history screening clearance is required for all
students prior to their undertaking any professional
experience/practicum placement that involves
contact with minors (under 18 years of age).
Information on the procedure to be followed for
obtaining clearance will be provided with the
letter of offer or may be viewed at the School of
Education criminal history screening web page.
These placements form a compulsory part of the
program. A successful clearance may also be
required for other courses, eg to enter any school,
pre-school or childcare centre for any reason,
including on placement, observation or visits, unless
the students are already registered teachers.
International students who are either arriving
directly from another country or have been a
resident of Australia for less then 6 months do
not require a police check as the visa application
process incorporates a sufficient process.
Education, Arts and Social Sciences
Applicants must have completed a recognised
Australian bachelor degree, or equivalent. In
addition, applicants must meet the prerequisites
for the two learning areas in which they intend to
specialise. In all cases this will be at least 2 minors
in two subject areas relevant to the Learning
Areas which include Arts Education (includes
Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Arts); Design and
Technology Education (includes Agriculture, Home
Economics, Information Technology, Design and
Technology); English Education; Health and Physical
Education; Languages Education (includes English
as a Second Language, Languages Other Than
English); Mathematics Education; Studies of Society
and Environment (includes Accounting, Business
Studies, Economics, Geography, History, Legal
Studies, Psychology, Social Studies etc); Science
Education (which may also include Psychology).
Important information
Units
9
4.5
4.5
4.5
Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary) - Graduate Entry
Program code
CRICOS code
LBGG
050782F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$16000
Total program fee (A$)
$32000
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Entry requirements
Applicants must have completed a recognised
Australian bachelor degree, or equivalent. In
addition, students must meet the prerequisites
for the major (and where appropriate minor)
Learning Area in which they intend to specialise.
In all cases this will be a major or minor in a
subject area relevant to the Learning Area.
Program overview
The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary)
(Graduate Entry) prepares graduates to become
middle- and/or secondary-level teachers, of years
6 to 12. There is a growing demand for teachers
with middle years expertise and predicted high
demand for secondary teachers. This program
develops graduates with skills in both areas.
Available Learning Areas:
Arts (Dance, Drama, Music or Visual Arts),
English, Mathematics, Health, Physical Education
and Personal Development (only Physical
Education offered) Studies of Society and
Environment (Including Accounting, Business
Studies, Economics, Geography, History, Legal
Studies, Social Studies), Design and Technology
(including Agriculture, Home Economics,
Information Technology, Design and Technology),
Science, or Languages other than English.
Professional recognition
Program requirements
Graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Middle and
Secondary) (Graduate Entry) will meet the academic
requirement for registration as teachers in South
Australia. However, applicants should note that
there are other criteria determining eligibility for
registration by the Teachers Registration Board of
South Australia, which are outlined in the Teachers
Registration and Standards Act 2004 and Teachers
Registration and Standards Regulations 2005.
Course name
What will I study?
Courses include studies of the ethical and social
contexts of education; the nature of learning and the
skills required to establish a learning environment;
developing and critically evaluating curricula;
delivering educational programs associated with
their curriculum areas; as well as the diverse needs
of adolescent learners. This program is usually
take by international students over two years but
may be accelerated over 1.5 years. As a result,
applicants will be required to attend summer
schools and other intensive course components
as well as have access to online materials.
Professional practice (practicums) are field-based
placements that allow students to combine theory
with practice. These practicum placements require
students to be involved with schools for a set
time each week, for approximately seven weeks
full-time in the first year and six weeks during the
second year. Applicants need to ensure they can
fulfil these commitments. Practical placements
during the program give students the chance to
develop the knowledge and skills learned in their
courses within a professional educational setting.
Important information
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Ethics, Education and Critical Inquiry
Reflective Practice 1
Educational Psychology
Learning Area A
Learning Area B
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Middle Schooling for the Middle Years
Constructing Curriculum
Reflective Practice 2
Learning Area A
Learning Area B
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Summer (Study Period 7)
Education, Change and Society
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Reflective Practice 3
Professional Community, Identity and Social
Justice
Learning Area A
Professional Option
Applicants are advised that a successful criminal
history screening clearance is required for all
students prior to their undertaking any professional
experience/practicum placement that involves
contact with minors (under 18 years of age).
Information on the procedure to be followed for
obtaining clearance will be provided with the
letter of offer or may be viewed at the School of
Education criminal history screening web page.
These placements form a compulsory part of the
program. A successful clearance may also be
required for other courses, eg to enter any school,
pre-school or childcare centre for any reason,
including on placement, observation or visits, unless
the students are already registered teachers.
International students who are either arriving
directly from another country or have been a
resident of Australia for less then 6 months do
not require a police check as the visa application
process incorporates a sufficient process.
9
4.5
4.5
4.5
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Graduate Certificate in Educational Computing
Program code
CRICOS code
MCEC
036390F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$8000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MAG
Entry requirements
In order to be eligible for entry applicants must
have a three year higher education qualification
(or equivalent) and at least one year of
professional experience in education or training.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Computers in Education
4.5
Internet and Education
4.5
Multimedia in Education
4.5
Web Publishing and Education
4.5
Information Technology and Curriculum
4.5
Negotiated Study in Educational Computing 1 4.5
Negotiated Study in Educational Computing 2 4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Program overview
This program is designed to provide educators
and/or trainers with professional development in
the application and integration of information and
communication technologies (ICT) into learning,
teaching and curriculum. All courses in this program
are available in external mode and the majority of
the courses are also available in internal mode.
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate in Educational
Computing requires the completion of four
courses totalling 18 units, selected from the
program schedule. The award requires the
equivalent of one semester of full-time study.
Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGED
057384G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$16000
Total program fee (A$)
$16000
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
MLK
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry requirements
Applicants must have completed a recognised
Australian bachelor degree, or equivalent. In
addition students must meet the prerequisites
for the major (and where appropriate, minor)
Learning Area in which they intend to specialise.
Program overview
The Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary)
develops skilled education professionals who
have the knowledge, pedagogical and practical
skills to promote effective and inclusive learning
in a variety of educational settings. Applicants
must have completed a three-year degree from
a recognised higher education institution or
equivalent. Applicants must also have, from their
primary degree, a major learning area (equivalent
to approximately one year of study in that area),
and a minor where appropriate, in which they can
specialise from the following learning areas: arts
(performing and visual); design and technology;
English; health, physical education and personal
development; languages other than English (LOTE);
mathematics; sciences; and society and environment.
Professional recognition
Program requirements
Graduates of the Graduate Diploma in Education
(Secondary) will meet the academic requirement
for registration as teachers in South Australia.
However, applicants should note that there are
other criteria determining eligibility for registration
by the Teachers Registration Board of South
Australia, which are outlined in the Teachers
Registration and Standards Act 2004 and Teachers
Registration and Standards Regulations 2005.
Course name
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary) is
equivalent to one year of full-time study. Students
will develop skills in critically evaluating curricula
and delivering educational programs associated
with their curriculum areas to accommodate
the diverse needs of adolescent learners. The
program includes studies in core courses, reflective
practice and learning area methodology courses.
Students will explore the nature of learning and
develop skills required to establish successful
learning environments. Practicums are field based
placements that allow students to combine theory
and practice. The placements give students the
chance to develop the knowledge and skills
learned in their courses within a professional
educational setting. Students will be placed in
two different school settings at various times
during their course of study for approximately 10
weeks, during which time they must fulfil all school
commitments and requirements of the course in
demonstrating their professionalism as teachers.
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Educational Psychology
Classroom Theory and Practice 1
Learning Area A
Learning Area B
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Middle Schooling for the Middle Years
Classroom Theory and Practice 2
Learning Area A
Learning Area B
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants are advised that a successful criminal
history screening clearance is required for all
students prior to their undertaking any professional
experience/practicum placement that involves
contact with minors (under 18 years of age).
Information on the procedure to be followed for
obtaining clearance will be provided with the
letter of offer or may be viewed at the School of
Education criminal history screening web page.
These placements form a compulsory part of the
program. A successful clearance may also be
required for other courses, eg to enter any school,
pre-school or childcare centre for any reason,
including on placement, observation or visits, unless
the students are already registered teachers.
International students who are either arriving
directly from another country or have been a
resident of Australia for less then 6 months do
not require a police check as the visa application
process incorporates a sufficient process.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
50
Units
FIRST YEAR
Master of Education
Program code
CRICOS code
MMEU
024059E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$16500
Total program fee (A$)
$16500
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MAG
Entry requirements
Applicants will normally have undertaken four
years of study at a recognised higher education
institution, and successfully completed all of
the requirements for each program including an
education qualification. Applicants with a three year
qualification would normally be expected to have
three years of relevant professional experience and
a Graduate Certificate in Education or equivalent.
Applicants will be selected for the program on the
basis of academic merit. Preference will be given to
applicants with approved professional experience.
Program overview
What will I study?
A total of 36 units are required to complete the
program. Students of this program may choose
to specialise in a particular area in which case
they will graduate with a Master of Education
with a specialisation on their parchment. The
specialisations include: Adult Education, Early
Childhood Education, Educational Computing,
Languages Education, Literacy and Language
Education, Teaching English to Speakers of Other
Languages (TESOL). Alternatively students may
choose not to specialise in a particular area by
choosing from a range of courses in which case
they will graduate with a Master of Education
without a specialisation on their parchments. The
program can be taken as coursework only or by a
combination of coursework and an 18 unit research
strand made up of 9 units of research methodology
courses and 9 units of a research project.
Course name
Units
ADULT, VOCATIONAL AND WORKPLACE
LEARNING
Contemporary Adult, Vocational and Workplace
Learning Perspectives
4.5
International Adult, Vocational and Workplace
Learning Perspectives
4.5
Workplaces and Learning
4.5
Work, Workers and Work Educators
4.5
EARLY CHILDHOOD
Investigating Privilege in Early Childhood
Settings
4.5
Inquiry Based Science and Maths in Early
Childhood Education
4.5
Culture and Early Childhood Education
4.5
Early Electronic Literacies
4.5
Curriculum Context of Early Childhood Education 9
Developmental Context of Early Childhood
Education
9
Professional Context of Early Childhood
Education
9
EDUCATIONAL COMPUTING
Information and Communication Technologies and
Instructional Strategies
4.5
e-Learning
4.5
Design for e-Learning
4.5
Cognitive Technologies and Learning
4.5
Education Leadership and Computer
Technologies
4.5
Computer Technologies for Supporting Effective
Language Learning
4.5
Learning Mathematics and the Sciences with
Information Technologies
4.5
Internet and Education
4.5
Web Publishing and Education
4.5
Information Technology and Curriculum
4.5
Multimedia in Education
4.5
LANGUAGES EDUCATION
Language, Culture and Second Language
Learning
Research Methods and Issues in Language and
Literacy Education
or Language Policy in Context
or Issues in Languages Assessment and
Evaluation
The Languages Curriculum: Constructions and
Issues
Investigation in Language and Literacy Education
or Project in Language Education
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
LITERACY AND LANGUAGE EDUCATION
Literacy Teaching in Practice 1
4.5
Literacy Teaching in Practice 2
4.5
Literacy Teaching in Practice 3
4.5
Literacy Teaching in Practice 4
4.5
Literacy Teaching in Practice 5
4.5
Investigation in Language and Literacy Education 9
Research Methods and Issues in Language and
Literacy Education
9
TEACHING ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER
LANGUAGES (TESOL)
Learning English as a Second or Foreign
Language
4.5
Teaching English as a Second or Foreign
Language
4.5
Language and Culture in TESOL
4.5
Curriculum and Evaluation in TESOL
4.5
Computer Technologies for Supporting Effective
Language Learning
4.5
Policy, Curriculum and Teaching Studies 1
4.5
Policy, Curriculum and Teaching Studies 2
4.5
Research Methods and Issues in Language and
Literacy Education
9
Project in Language Education
9
or Investigation in Language and Literacy
Education
9
RESEARCH STRAND COURSES
Introduction to Research Practice
9
Research Methods and Issues in Language and
Literacy Education
9
Quantitative Data Analysis
4.5
Professional Development Project (Education and
Training of Adults)
9
Negotiated Study (Research)
9
Investigation in Language and Literacy Education 9
Project in Language Education
9
COURSES NOT ATTACHED TO ANY
SPECIALISATION:
International Professional Studies 1
4.5
International Professional Studies 2
4.5
Policy, Curriculum and Teaching Studies 1
4.5
Policy, Curriculum and Teaching Studies 2
4.5
Practitioner Inquiry 1
4.5
Practitioner Inquiry 2
4.5
Gender Issues in Education: Theory, and
Research
4.5
Socio-cultural Challenges for Educators
4.5
Ethical Inquiry in the Classroom
4.5
Philosophical Inquiry Skills
4.5
Contemporary Issues in Science and Mathematics
Education
4.5
Understanding Bullying and Social Dynamics: The
Child at School
4.5
Expertise Development
4.5
Cognitive Learning Theory
4.5
Psychology of Thinking
4.5
Education, Arts and Social Sciences
UniSA‘s Master of Education has been designed for
educatorsóworking in different sectors, in different
areas of the curriculum, for those in leadership
position, for curriculum developers and for those
working with families and communities from
early childhood to adult. The Master of Education
aims to develop critical understanding of, and
engagement with, current theories, research,
debates and practices in a variety of educational
fields and education sectors through a series of
courses or courses plus research. This program
provides opportunities to: extend knowledge in
student‘s particular fields of interest explore a wide
range of content and educational issues study
across a broad field of education collaborate and
interact with others studying in similar fields.
Program requirements
Important information
Students considering further research studies
at doctoral level should complete an 18
unit research strand 18 units made up of 9
units covering research methodology and 9
units covering a research study/project.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Teaching (Middle and Secondary)
Program code
CRICOS code
LMTC
057383J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$16500
Total program fee (A$)
$33000
Start date (Study period)
SP5
Home campus
MLK
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry requirements
Applicants must have completed a recognised
Australian bachelor degree, or equivalent. In
addition students must meet the prerequisites
for the major (and where appropriate, minor)
Learning Area in which they intend to specialise.
Program overview
The Master of Teaching (Middle and Secondary)
develops skilled education professionals who have
the knowledge, pedagogical and practical skills
to promote effective and inclusive learning in a
variety of educational settings. Applicants must have
completed a three-year degree from a recognised
higher education institution or equivalent. Applicants
must also have, from their primary degree, a
major learning area (equivalent to approximately
one year of study in that area), and a minor
where appropriate, in which they can specialise
including arts (performing and visual); design and
technology; English; health, physical education
and personal development; languages other than
English (LOTE); mathematics; sciences; and society
and environment. Graduates of this program will
meet the academic requirements for registration
as teachers in South Australia, and, through
mutual recognition, in other Australian states.
Professional recognition
Program requirements
Graduates of the Master of Teaching (Middle and
Secondary) will meet the academic requirement
for registration as teachers in South Australia.
However, applicants should note that there are
other criteria determining eligibility for registration
by the Teachers Registration Board of South
Australia, which are outlined in the Teachers
Registration and Standards Act 2004 and Teachers
Registration and Standards Regulations 2005.
Course name
What will I study?
Master of Teaching (Middle and Secondary) is
equivalent to two years of full-time study. Students
will develop skills in critically evaluating curricula
and delivering educational programs associated
with their curriculum areas to accommodate
the diverse needs of adolescent learners. The
program includes studies in core courses, reflective
practice, learning area methodology and courses
in inquiry and research in educational settings.
Students will explore the nature of learning and
develop skills required to establish successful
learning environments. Practicums are field based
placements that allow students to combine theory
and practice. The placements give students the
chance to develop the knowledge and skills
learned in their courses within a professional
educational setting. Students will be placed in
two different school settings at various times
during their course of study for approximately 10
weeks, during which time they must fulfil all school
commitments and requirements of the course in
demonstrating their professionalism as teachers.
Important information
Units
STUDY PERIOD 5 INTAKE
FIRST YEAR
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Introduction to Australian Education
Educational Psychology
Constructing Curriculum
Select one from the following:
English Language
English Language 2B
Language and Multiliteracies
4.5
4.5
4.5
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Reflective Practice 1
Cultural Investigation in Schools
Learning Area A
Learning Area B
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants are advised that a successful criminal
history screening clearance is required for all
students prior to their undertaking any professional
experience/practicum placement that involves
contact with minors (under 18 years of age).
Information on the procedure to be followed for
obtaining clearance will be provided with the
letter of offer or may be viewed at the School of
Education criminal history screening web page.
These placements form a compulsory part of the
program. A successful clearance may also be
required for other courses, eg to enter any school,
pre-school or childcare centre for any reason,
including on placement, observation or visits, unless
the students are already registered teachers.
International students who are either arriving
directly from another country or have been a
resident of Australia for less than 6 months do
not require a criminal history screening as the visa
application process incorporates a sufficient process.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
SECOND YEAR
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Reflective Practice 2
Middle Schooling for the Middle Years
Professional Option
Learning Area A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Reflective Practice 3
Teacher as Inquirer
Learning Area A
9
4.5
4.5
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Graduate Certificate in Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
Program code
ICHF
CRICOS code
n/a
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
0.5yrs
$9250
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CEA
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS MAY ONLY
ENROL IN THIS PROGRAM EXTERNALLY
FROM THEIR OWN COUNTRY.
What will I study?
Human Factors is a multi-disciplinary applied science
that integrates the fields of psychology, engineering,
ergonomics, management and industrial design.
The Graduate Certificate in Human Factors and
Safety Management Systems comprises three
compulsory courses plus one elective courses.
Each course is worth 4.5 units and a total of 18
units are required to complete the program.
Program requirements
Course name
Entry requirements
For entry into the Graduate Certificate in Human
Factors and Safety Management Systems, applicants
will normally have completed an undergraduate
degree in psychology, engineering, safety or
management discipline, or equivalent. Alternatively,
applicants who have at least four year’s relevant
professional experience will be determined to
have the equivalent of an undergraduate degree.
Program overview
This program develops advanced knowledge and
a range of research skills in the analysis of Human
Factors issues and the development of Safety
Management Systems. Human Factors focuses
on the processes of effective system design, and
deals with areas such as personnel selection;
personnel training; machine design; job design; and
environmental design. The Graduate Certificate in
Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
is part of an articulated sequence of programs
(Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Master)
allowing direct entry into any one program or
progression according to educational needs.
International students may only enrol in these
programs externally from their home country.
Units
First Half Year
Human Factors: Principles and Applications
Safety Management Systems
Managing Safety Change in Organisations
Elective Course
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Second Half Year
Managing and Mitigating Risk
Safety Analysis and Research
Special Topics in Human Factors and Safety
Management Systems
Elective Course
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
The Graduate Certificate in Human Factors and
Safety Management Systems forms part of a
nested suite of programs leading to the Master of
Human Factors and Safety Management Systems.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety Management
Program code
ICOY
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
n/a
0.5yrs
$9250
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CEA
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS MAY ONLY
ENROL IN THIS PROGRAM EXTERNALLY
FROM THEIR OWN COUNTRY.
Students enrol in those courses offered
at the University of Adelaide through
cross-institutional enrolment.
Entry requirements
A relevant first degree, advanced diploma, three-year
diploma or equivalent from a recognised higher
education institution, together with a minimum
of two years of appropriate work experience.
Program overview
The Graduate Certificate in Occupational Health
and Safety Management is designed to develop
and deepen understanding of the multidisciplinary
field of occupational health and safety management
(OHS). Core studies in occupational health and
safety management enable participants to develop
skills and knowledge in leading and resourcing
management systems and programs. These are
complemented by studies in the areas of OHS law,
ergonomics, occupational hygiene and safety issues,
which are designed to enable students to operate
effectively in this multidisciplinary field. The courses
are offered in a partnership between the University
of South Australia (School of Psychology) and the
University of Adelaide (Discipline of Public Health).
Professional recognition
The program is recognised by the following
professional bodies: Safety Institute of
Australia, Australian Human Resource Institute,
Ergonomics Society of Australia, and The
Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists.
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What will I study?
This program is taught cooperatively by the
University of South Australia and the University of
Adelaide. The program equips participants with the
capacity to develop, implement and evaluate OHS
management systems and preventive interventions;
to access, interpret and apply OHS legislation,
standards and other information in key areas; and
to liaise with, specify and interpret work carried
out by OHS specialists with technical expertise.
International students may only enrol in these
programs externally from their home country.
The Graduate Certificate comprises a total of 18
units of study full-time over one study period.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Diseases of Occupation (University of Adelaide)
Occupational Health and Safety Law and Risk
Management
Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics G
(University of Adelaide)
Occupational Safety and Statistics
Important information
The Graduate Certificate in Occupational
Health and Safety Management forms part
of a nested suite of programs leading to the
Master of Human Factors and Safety.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
Program code
IGHF
CRICOS code
n/a
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
$18500
$18500
SP2 or SP5
CEA
What will I study?
Human Factors is a multi-disciplinary applied
science that integrates the fields of psychology,
engineering, ergonomics, management and
industrial design. The Graduate Diploma in Human
Factors and Safety Management Systems comprises
six compulsory courses and two elective courses.
Each course is worth 4.5 units, and a total of 36
units are required to complete the program.
Program requirements
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS MAY ONLY
ENROL IN THIS PROGRAM EXTERNALLY
FROM THEIR OWN COUNTRY.
Course name
First Half Year
Human Factors: Principles and Applications
Safety Management Systems
Managing Safety Change in Organisations
Elective Course
Entry requirements
Applicants will normally have completed
an undergraduate degree in a psychology,
engineering, safety or management discipline, or
equivalent qualification. Alternatively, applicants
who have completed the Graduate Certificate
in Human Factors and Safety Management
Systems with a credit average will be eligible
for entry into the Graduate Diploma in Human
Factors and Safety Management Systems.
This program develops advanced knowledge and
a range of research skills in the analysis of Human
Factors issues and the development of Safety
Management Systems. Human Factors focuses
on the processes of effective system design, and
deals with areas such as personnel selection;
personnel training; machine design; job design; and
environmental design. The Graduate Diploma in
Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
is part of an articulated sequence of programs
(Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Master)
allowing direct entry into any one program or
progression according to educational needs.
Typically, all courses are offered in internal and
online modes with an optional on-campus workshop
at least once a year. This may vary according to the
availability of staff, enrolment numbers and industry
demand. International students may only enrol in
these programs externally from their home country.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Education, Arts and Social Sciences
Program overview
Second Half Year
Managing and Mitigating Risk
Safety Analysis and Research
Special Topics in Human Factors and Safety
Management Systems
Elective Course
Units
4.5
4.5
Important information
The Graduate Diploma in Human Factors and
Safety Management Systems forms part of a
nested suite of programs leading to the Master of
Human Factors and Safety Management Systems.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management
Program code
IGOY
CRICOS code
n/a
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
$18500
$18500
SP2 or SP5
CEA
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS MAY ONLY
ENROL IN THIS PROGRAM EXTERNALLY
FROM THEIR OWN COUNTRY.
Students enrol in those courses offered
at the University of Adelaide through
cross-institutional enrolment.
Entry requirements
A relevant first degree, advanced diploma, three-year
diploma or equivalent from a recognised higher
education institution, together with a minimum
of two years of appropriate work experience.
Program overview
The Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and
Safety Management is designed to develop and
deepen understanding of the multidisciplinary field
of occupational health and safety management
(OHS). Core studies in occupational health and
safety management enable participants to develop
skills and knowledge in leading and resourcing
management systems and programs. These are
complemented by studies in the areas of OHS law,
ergonomics, occupational hygiene and safety issues,
which are designed to enable students to operate
effectively in this multidisciplinary field. The courses
are offered in a partnership between the University
of South Australia (School of Psychology) and the
University of Adelaide (Discipline of Public Health).
Professional recognition
This program is recognised by the Safety Institute
of Australia, Australian Human Resource Institute,
Ergonomics Society of Australia, Australian
Institute of Occupational Hygienists, and
Australasian Faculty of Occupational Medicine.
What will I study?
PART-TIME PROGRAM
Important information
This program is taught cooperatively by the
University of South Australia and the University of
Adelaide. The program equips participants with the
capacity to develop, implement and evaluate OHS
management systems and preventive interventions;
to access, interpret and apply OHS legislation,
standards and other information in key areas; and to
liaise with, specify and interpret work carried out by
OHS specialists with technical expertise. International
students may only enrol in these programs externally
from their home country. The Graduate Diploma
comprises a total of 36 units, made up of four
compulsory courses(18 units) and 18 units of
elective courses. The program is offered internally
and online, and is undertaken in one year of full-time
study. International students may only enrol in these
programs externally from their home country.
FIRST YEAR
The Graduate Diploma in Occupational
Health and Safety Management forms part
of a nested suite of programs leading to the
Master of Occupational Health and Safety.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FULL-TIME PROGRAM
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Diseases of Occupation (University of Adelaide) 4.5
Occupational Health and Safety Law and Risk
Management
4.5
Electives (one or two, 9 units in total)
9
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5)
Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics G
(University of Adelaide)
Occupational Safety and Statistics
Electives (one or two, 9 units in total)
4.5
4.5
9
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Diseases of Occupation (University of Adelaide) 4.5
Occupational Health and Safety Law and Risk
Management
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics G
(University of Adelaide)
Occupational Safety and Statistics
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
PART-TIME PROGRAM
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Electives (one or two, 9 units in total)
9
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Electives (one or two, 9 units in total)
9
Electives are chosen from:
Occupational Health and Safety Management
and Law II G
4.5
Occupational Safety
4.5
Advanced Occupational Health and Safety
Management
4.5
Occupational Health and Safety Dissertation
9
Occupational Environmental Health Studies 1 4.5
Practical Occupational Health (University of
Adelaide)
4.5
Advanced Occupational Hygiene (University of
Adelaide)
4.5
Occupational Toxicology (University of
Adelaide)
4.5
OHS Research Methods (University of Adelaide) 4.5
Or Research Methods in Business and
Management G
4.5
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Master of Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
Program code
IMHF
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
n/a
1.5yrs
$18500
$27750
SP2 or SP5
CEA
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS MAY ONLY
ENROL IN THIS PROGRAM EXTERNALLY
FROM THEIR OWN COUNTRY.
What will I study?
For further information
Human Factors is a multi-disciplinary applied science
that integrates the fields of psychology, engineering,
ergonomics, management and industrial design. The
Master of Human Factors and Safety Management
Systems comprises eight compulsory courses, two
elective courses and a project-based research
component. Each coursework course is worth 4.5
units, the practicum is worth 9 units, and a total
of 54 units are required to complete the program
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Program requirements
Course name
Entry requirements
Applicants will normally have completed an
undergraduate degree in a psychology, engineering,
safety or management discipline area, or equivalent
and have at least five year‘s relevant professional
experience. Alternatively, applicants who have
completed the Graduate Diploma in Human Factors
and Safety Management Systems with a credit
average will be eligible for entry into the Master of
Human Factors and Safety Management Systems.
Program overview
This program develops advanced knowledge
and a range of research skills in the analysis of
Human Factors issues and the development of
Safety Management Systems. Human Factors
focuses on the processes of effective system
design, and deals with areas such as personnel
selection; personnel training; machine design; job
design; and environmental design. The Master of
Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
is part of an articulated sequence of programs
(Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Master)
allowing direct entry into any one program or
progression according to educational needs.
International students may only enrol in these
programs externally from their home country.
First Half Year
Human Factors: Principles and Applications
Safety Management Systems
Managing Safety Change in Organisations
Elective course
Second Half Year
Managing and Mitigating Risk
Safety Analysis and Research
Special Topics in Human Factors and Safety
Management Systems
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Elective course. Third Half Year
Advanced Issues in Human Factors and Safety
Management
4.5
Research Methods in Human Factors Safety
Management
4.5
Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
Thesis 1
4.5
Human Factors and Safety Management Systems
Thesis 2
4.5
Important information
The Master of Human Factors and Safety
Management Systems forms part of a nested
suite of programs which includes the Graduate
Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Human
Factors and Safety Management Systems.
Master of Occupational Health and Safety
Program code
IMOY
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
n/a
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$18500
Total program fee (A$)
$27750
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2 or SP5
CEA
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS MAY ONLY
ENROL IN THIS PROGRAM EXTERNALLY
FROM THEIR OWN COUNTRY.
Students enrol in those courses offered
at the University of Adelaide through
cross-institutional enrolment.
Entry requirements
A relevant first degree or higher qualification
from a recognised higher educational institution,
together with a minimum of two years of
relevant practical experience is required.
Program overview
The Master of Human Factors and Safety
Management Systems offers participants the
opportunity to complement their understanding of
OHS management gained through core, compulsory
courses (equivalent to the Graduate Diploma),
with specialised study in elective areas of their
own choice. The aim of the program is to promote
competence of health and safety practitioners in
the practical management of health and safety
issues by learning to evaluate problems and apply
appropriate scientific solutions. The courses are
offered in a partnership between the University
of South Australia (School of Psychology) and the
University of Adelaide (Discipline of Public Health).
Professional recognition
This program is recognised by the Safety Institute
of Australia, Australian Human Resource Institute,
Ergonomics Society of Australia, Australian
Institute of Occupational Hygienists and
Australasian Faculty of Occupational Medicine.
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What will I study?
PART-TIME PROGRAM FIRST YEAR
Important information
These programs are taught cooperatively by the
University of South Australia and the University of
Adelaide. The programs equip participants with the
capacity to develop, implement and evaluate OHS
management systems and preventive interventions;
to access, interpret and apply OHS legislation,
standards and other information in key areas; and
to liaise with, specify and interpret work carried
out by OHS specialists with technical expertise.
The Master of Occupational Health and Safety
Management program comprises a total of 54 units,
made up of five compulsory courses (22.5 units),
13.5 units of elective courses, and 18 units as a
research thesis. The program is offered internally and
online, and is undertaken in 1.5 years of full-time
study. International students may only enrol in these
programs externally from their home country.
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics G
(University of Adelaide)
Research Methods in Business and
Management G
4.5
The Master of Occupational Health and Safety forms
part of a nested suite of programs which includes
the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in
Occupational Health and Safety Management.
4.5
For further information
Program requirements
THIRD YEAR
Occupational Health and Safety Research Thesis 18
Course name
Units
FULLTIME PROGRAM FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Diseases of Occupation (University of Adelaide) 4.5
Occupational Health and Safety Law and Risk
Management
4.5
OHS Research Methods (University of Adelaide) 4.5
Or Elective
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics G
(University of Adelaide)
Occupational Safety and Statistics
Electives (one or two, 9 units in total)
4.5
4.5
9
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Occupational Health and Safety Research Thesis 18
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
OHS Research Methods (University of Adelaide) 4.5
Or Research Methods in Business and
Management G
4.5
Elective
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Electives (one or two, 9 units in total)
9
ELECTIVES
Electives are chosen from:
Occupational Health and Safety Management and
Law II G
4.5
Occupational Safety
4.5
Advanced Occupational Health and Safety
Management
4.5
Occupational Health and Safety Dissertation
9
Occupational Environmental Health Studies 1 4.5
Practical Occupational Health (University of
Adelaide)
4.5
Advanced Occupational Hygiene (University of
Adelaide)
4.5
Occupational Toxicology (University of
Adelaide)
4.5
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Program code
What will I study?
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Health, Disability and Rehabilitation
Psychology Placement 1C
Psychology Clinic Practice 2
Psychology Research Project 1C
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Application deadline 30th October 2009
This Master of Psychology (Clinical) requires
the completion of 15 courses totalling 72
units. The coursework component consists of
36 units, including 4.5 units of elective study.
The research component is 18 units, and the
professional placement component is 18 units.
The elective component will be from postgraduate
courses offered by the School of Psychology. The
program has been structured to be completed
over two years for full-time students and
four to six years for part-time students.
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Psychology Placement 2C
Psychology Research Project 2C 9 Elective
4.5
4.5
Entry requirements
Program requirements
Electives Select one from the following:
Clinical Hypnosis M
4.5
Contemporary Issues in Work and Organisational
Psychology
4.5
Crisis and Trauma Counselling M
4.5
CRICOS code
IMCL
036349G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$18500
Total program fee (A$)
$37000
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
A four year qualification in psychology which is
normally an honours degree, accredited by the
Australian Psychology Accreditation Council, is a
necessary condition of entry. Relevant previous
professional experience and acquired skills will
also be considered in the selection process through
references and an interview. Contact the School
of Psychology on (+618) 8302 1479 to obtain
referee report forms, which must be completed
and returned to the school by 30 November.
This program provides scientific and professional
education in the area of psychology and supervised
experience in the practice of clinical psychology.
Professional recognition
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Clinical Interventions 1
Child Clinical Assessment and Intervention
Psychological Assessment
Psychological Disorders
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Clinical Interventions 2
Professional Psychology
Psychology Clinical Practice 1
Psychology Research Skills
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Education, Arts and Social Sciences
Program overview
Course name
On completion of the program graduates will have
met the academic requirements for membership of
the Australian Psychological Society and Associate
Membership of the College of Clinical Psychologists
within that Society. Graduates of the program
are eligible for registration as psychologists with
the South Australian Psychological Board.
Master of Psychology (Work and Organisational)
Program code
CRICOS code
IMPO
036351B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$18500
Total program fee (A$)
$37000
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Application deadline 30th October 2009
Entry requirements
A four year qualification in psychology which is
normally an honours degree, accredited by the
Australian Psychology Accreditation Council, is a
necessary condition of entry. Relevant previous
professional experience and acquired skills will
also be considered in the selection process through
references and an interview. Contact the School
of Psychology on (+618) 8302 1479 to obtain
referee report forms, which must be completed and
returned to the school by 30 November 2009.
Program overview
This program provides scientific and professional
education in the area of work and organisational
psychology and supervised experience in the
practice of work and organisational psychology.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Contemporary Issues in Work and Organisational
Psychology
4.5
Clinical Interventions 1
4.5
Psychological Assessment
4.5
Assessment and Development Centre
4.5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Advanced Work and Organisational Psychology
Professional Psychology
Psychology Placement OP1
Research Skills OP
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Psychology Supervised Placement OP2
Psychology Minor Thesis OP1
9
9
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Psychology Supervised Placement OP3
Psychology Minor Thesis OP 2
9
9
For further information
Professional recognition
On completion of the program graduates will have
met the academic requirements for membership of
the Australian Psychological Society and Associate
Membership of the College of Organisational
Psychologists within that Society. Graduates of the
program are eligible for registration as psychologists
with the South Australian Psychological Board.
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
What will I study?
This Master of Psychology (Work and Organisaiton)
requires the completion of twelve courses totalling
72 units. The coursework component consists of
31.5 units, the thesis component is 18 units, and
the professional placement component is 22.5
units. The program has been structured to be
completed over two years for full-time students
and four to six years for part-time students.
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Graduate Diploma in Mediation and Conflict Resolution
Program code
CRICOS code
MGNB
036378B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
1yr
$17500
$17500
SP2 or SP5
MAG
Entry requirements
A completed bachelor degree in a related
discipline from a recognised higher
education institution or equivalent.
Program overview
This program prepares graduates from diverse
professional and cultural backgrounds for advanced
practice, policy development and research in
areas involving conflict, mediation, violence and
cultural aspects of dispute resolution. The courses
provide an advanced theoretical understanding
of conflict, develop sound interpersonal and
communication skills, and provide advanced
knowledge and skills in mediation and conflict
resolution, cultural aspects of conflict resolution,
interpersonal violence, and community approaches
to restorative justice. The program is available to
graduates from a range of disciplines including:
the social sciences, law, business, health sciences,
education, human resource management,
industrial relations and international relations.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of courses totalling 36 units, one year full-time,
including the two core courses, four generic courses
and two courses from their chosen specialisation.
Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
CORE COURSES
All students must complete the following
two 4.5 unit core courses (9 units):
Mediation Theory and Practice
Advanced Mediation Theory and Practice
4.5
4.5
GENERIC COURSES
All students must select four of the following
courses (18 units):
Communication and Conflict
4.5
Community and Restorative Justice
4.5
Conflict Theory 4.5 Culture and Disputing
4.5
Interpersonal Violence
4.5
All students must complete two 4.5 unit courses
from their chosen area of specialisation (9 units):
SPECIALISATION A: FAMILY
Family Theory and Practice
Family Law and Mediation
Children and the Legal Process
4.5
4.5
4.5
SPECIALISATION B: WORKPLACE RELATIONS
Managing Conflicts in the Workplace
4.5
Negotiation and Conflict Management
4.5
Legal Aspects of Employment F
4.5
People, Organisations and Leadership
4.5
SPECIALISATION C: INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS
SPECIALISATION D: ELECTIVE
Theory for Professional Practice
Elective
Elective
Elective
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Counselling
Program code
CRICOS code
MGRH
024046K
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$17500
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2
MAG
Entry requirements
Successful completion of a recognised Australian
bachelor degree or equivalent, or successful
completion of the University of South Australia‘s
Graduate Certificate in Rehabilitation Counselling
or equivalent recognised by UniSA.
Program overview
This program is the only nationally and professionally
accredited program of its type in South Australia.
It offers graduates with diverse qualifications and
backgrounds the opportunity to develop and extend
their knowledge and skills relevant to professional
practice as rehabilitation counsellors. Graduates
are in high demand across a range of areas
including private and public organisations offering
drug and alcohol programs, youth intervention
programs, employee assistance programs, pain
management clinics, correctional facilities, hospitals,
educational settings, corporate and business
sectors and consultancy and private practice.
Professional recognition
The Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation
Counselling is accredited by the Australian Society
of Rehabilitation Counsellors. On completion
of the program graduates will have met the
academic requirements for membership of the
Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors.
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What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma offers a combination
of coursework and supervised and supported
field education components, comprising seven
courses or 36 units. It is a one-year, full-time
program. Graduates have advanced knowledge
and skills in rehabilitation, critically reflective
practice, the sociology of work, impairment
and disability, sound interpersonal and
communication skills and the ability to work
with people from diverse backgrounds.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
STAGE 1
Development of Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation Counselling Theory
Legal Aspects of Rehabilitation in Australia
Developing Rehabilitation Practice Skills
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
STAGE 2
Service Delivery in Rehabilitation
Working with Complexity
Rehabilitation Counselling Field Education
4.5
4.5
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For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Students choose from the following specialisations:
Specialisation A: Family Specialisation B:
Workplace Relations Specialisation C: International
Relations Specialisation D: Elective
The Graduate Diploma in Mediation and
Conflict Resolution forms part of a nested
suite of programs leading to the Master
of Mediation and Conflict Resolution.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Mediation and Conflict Resolution
Program code
CRICOS code
MMNB
048331G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1.5yrs
$17500
$26250
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MAG
Entry requirements
A completed bachelor degree in a related
discipline from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent; or a completed
graduate diploma in a related discipline from
a recognised higher education institution.
Program overview
What will I study?
The Master of Mediation and Conflict Resolution
requires the completion of courses totalling 54
units, 1.5 years full-time, and can be completed
by coursework or a combination of coursework
and/or field practice and/or research. The first
year includes the same course options as for the
Graduate Diploma, and in the second year students
can choose further coursework or a research option
consisting of a research course and a minor thesis.
Course name
Important information
Units
FIRST YEAR CORE COURSES:
All students must complete the following two core
courses (9 units):
Mediation Theory and Practice
4.5
Advanced Mediation Theory and Practice
4.5
GENERIC COURSES:
All students must select four of the
following 4.5 unit courses (18 units)
Communication and Conflict
4.5
Community and Restorative Justice
4.5
Conflict Theory 4.5 Culture and Disputing
4.5
Interpersonal Violence
4.5
All students must complete two 4.5 unit courses
(9 units) from their chosen area of specialisation
in First Year:
SPECIALISATION A: FAMILY:
Family Theory and Practice
Family Law and Mediation
Children and the Legal Process
Elective
Students choose from the following specialisations:
Specialisation A: Family Specialisation B:
Workplace Relations Specialisation C: International
Relations Specialisation D: Elective
The Master of Mediation and Conflict
Resolution forms part of a nested suite of
programs which includes the Graduate Diploma
in Mediation and Conflict Resolution.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Education, Arts and Social Sciences
The program prepares graduates from diverse
professional and cultural backgrounds for advanced
practice, policy development and research in
areas involving conflict, mediation, violence and
cultural aspects of dispute resolution. The courses
provide an advanced theoretical understanding
of conflict, develop sound interpersonal and
communication skills, and provide advanced
knowledge and skills in mediation and conflict
resolution, cultural aspects of conflict resolution,
interpersonal violence, and community approaches
to restorative justice. The program is available to
graduates from a range of disciplines including:
the social sciences, law, business, health sciences,
education, human resource management,
industrial relations and international relations.
Program requirements
SPECIALISATION B: WORKPLACE RELATIONS:
Managing Conflicts in the Workplace
4.5
Negotiation and Conflict Management
4.5
Legal Aspects of Employment F
4.5
People, Organisations and Leadership
4.5
SPECIALISATION C: INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS:
SPECIALISATION D: ELECTIVE:
Theory for Professional Practice
Elective
Elective
Elective
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
All students must complete 18 units from one of
the following three options:
OPTION 1: Two additional 4.5 unit courses from
the student’s area of specialisation in First Year 9
Conflict Management Field Practice
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OPTION 2: Four 4.5 unit courses from First Year 18
OPTION 3 - RESEARCH: Theory and Practice of
Social Research
4.5
Minor Thesis 1 (Conflict Management)
4.5
Minor Thesis 2 (Conflict Management)
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Master of Social Work
Program code
CRICOS code
MMSK
064242G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$35000
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2
MAG
Entry requirements
A completed Bachelors degree in a related
discipline (including, but not limited to,
social science, psychology, politics, sociology,
philosophy, international studies, law, human
services, nursing, education) at a recognised
higher education institution or equivalent or a
completed Bachelors degree with a minimum
of three years work experience in the human
services. Applicants must have a GPA of at least
5.0 (credit average) in their first degree.
Program overview
This is a professional degree designed to
prepare students, with an undergraduate
degree in a related field, for entry level
professional practice in Social Work.
Professional recognition
Graduates are eligible for membership of the
Australian Association of Social Workers.
What will I study?
Program requirements
The course design builds on student’s undergraduate
award so that the recognised foundation knowledge
base is extended. Courses within the program
provide content about social work knowledge and
practice. Field Education is a critical part of the
program allowing students to apply knowledge
and skill within an organisational context and
with the support of a qualified social work
practitioner. The program has a major focus on
leadership, innovation and research driven practice.
It develops understanding of social work values
and ethics with particular emphasis on human
rights. Students develop skills at working with
individuals, groups, communities and organisations.
Particular focus is given to contemporary issues and
curriculum particularly addresses mental health,
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures,
child protection and cross cultural practice.
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Building Knowledge for Social Work Practice
Social Work Practice Skills
Effective Human Service Delivery
Contemporary Practice Theories for Social Work
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Applied Practice Conference
Social Work Practicum 1
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
13.5
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Innovation and Research
Innovative Social Work Practice
Human Rights Based Practice and Community
Development
Elective
4.5
4.5.
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Leadership in Social Work
Social Work Practicum 2
4.5
13.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Some field education placements may require
students to hold a current drivers licence and
recognised First Aid Certificate. Police checks
are required by many placement agencies.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Research Degrees
The University of South Australia also offers a number of opportunities for Higher Degrees by Research in each of its Divisions.
For the Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences, these higher degrees by research are available to qualified applicants:
Professional
Doctorates
Master of Arts
(Indigenous Studies)
Doctor of
Communication
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
(Professional Doctorate)
Program code
CRICOS code
DMRI
039461E
MPCS
040744F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
4yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$70000
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Home campus
MAG
Program requirements
Course name
Units
2yrs
Master of Arts
(Communication and
Information Studies)
Program code
CRICOS code
MMRC
040746D
Total annual fee (A$)
$15100
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
$30200
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Total program fee (A$)
$35000
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Home campus
CWE
2yrs
Home campus
MAG
Master of Arts
(International Studies)
Master of Education
Program code
Program code
CRICOS code
MMRI
020957C
CRICOS code
LMRA
000619J
FIRST YEAR
Program duration (in EFTSL)
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Communication as a Field of Study
9
Communication Practice 1: Writing for Research 9
Total annual fee (A$)
$16900
Total annual fee (A$)
$16000
Total program fee (A$)
$33800
Total program fee (A$)
$32000
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Communication Issues and Methods 1: Reading
Research
9
Communication Issues and Methods 2: Research
Methodology
9
Home campus
2yrs
MAG
Master of Architecture
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Home campus
MLK
Master of Education
SECOND YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Communication Practice 2: Applied Industry
Research A
Communication Issues and Methods 3: The
Literature Review
Program code
CRICOS code
9
9
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Communication Practice 3: Applied Industry
Research B
9
Communication Practice 4: Writing for Professional
Practice
9
THIRD YEAR
First Half (Study Period 1, 2 or 3)
Thesis (COM) 1
Thesis (COM) 2
9
9
Second Half (Study Period 4, 5 or 6)
Thesis (COM) 3
Thesis (COM) 4
9
9
DMRA
013177A
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Home campus
CWE
Master of Design
(Architecture)
Program code
CRICOS code
DMRC
048565M
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
MPEU
036294F
4yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$16000
Total program fee (A$)
$64000
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Home campus
MAG
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Coursework Reading Educational Policy Research 9
Critical Reflective Writing in Education
9
Research Methodology
9
Developing the Research Program
9
Portfolio Completion (Research Projects and Major
Analysis)
Thesis and Portfolio 1
9
Thesis and Portfolio 2
9
Thesis and Portfolio 3
9
Thesis and Portfolio 4
9
Thesis and Portfolio 5
9
Thesis and Portfolio 6
9
Thesis and Portfolio 7
9
Thesis and Portfolio 8
9
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MMRE
000619J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$16000
Total program fee (A$)
$32000
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Home campus
MAG
Program code
MMRM
CRICOS code
000619J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$16000
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
$32000
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Home campus
Master of Design (Art)
Program code
CRICOS code
MAG
CWE
(Professional Doctorate)
Program code
CRICOS code
Master of Education
Home campus
Doctor of Education
Program code
DMRT
Master of Social
Science (Social Work
and Social Policy)
013571B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Program code
MMRW
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
CRICOS code
040747C
Total program fee (A$)
$35000
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CWE
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$35000
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Home campus
MAG
Master of Visual Arts
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
DMRV
024083E
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$35000
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2
CWE
continued...
PhD Architecture and
Design
PhD Social Science
(International Studies)
Program code
Program code
CRICOS code
DPAC
015040B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
4yrs
CRICOS code
Research Degree entry requirements
MPSI
040646G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
4yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total annual fee (A$)
$16900
Total program fee (A$)
$83600
Total program fee (A$)
$67600
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Home campus
CWE
PhD Education
Program code
CRICOS code
LPEN
016149C
Program duration (in EFTSL)
4yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$16000
Total program fee (A$)
$64000
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
MLK
PhD Social Science
(Psychology)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program code
CRICOS code
MPEE
016149C
Program duration (in EFTSL)
4yrs
$18500
Total program fee (A$)
$74000
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
MAG
PhD Social Science
(Social Work and Social
Policy)
4yrs
$16000
Program code
Total program fee (A$)
$64000
CRICOS code
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Home campus
MAG
PhD Education (Magill)
CRICOS code
040647G
Total annual fee (A$)
Total annual fee (A$)
Program code
MPSP
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Home campus
PhD Education (Early
Childhood Education)
MAG
MPEM
016149C
Program duration (in EFTSL)
MPSO
Total program fee (A$)
$70000
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Program code
$64000
CRICOS code
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Home campus
MAG
Graduate Studies Office
Mawson Lakes campus
University of South Australia
GPO Box 2471
Adelaide South
Australia 5001
DPAT
036284G
4yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$70000
Home campus
PhD Indigenous or
Australian Studies
DPUN
048558K
Program duration (in EFTSL)
SP2
CWE
PhD Visual Art (Major
Studio Project)
4yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17100
Program code
Total program fee (A$)
$68400
CRICOS code
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Home campus
CWE
DPRV
036284G
4yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$70000
Start date (Study period)
PhD Social Science
(Communication and
Information Studies)
Home campus
Program code
Program code
SP2
CWE
PhD Whyalla
MPSC
040645J
4yrs
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
WPHD
020947E
4yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total annual fee (A$)
$17500
Total program fee (A$)
$70000
Total program fee (A$)
$70000
Start date (Study period)
SP2SP5
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
For enquiries by mail, contact:
MAG
Start date (Study period)
Program duration (in EFTSL)
We will acknowledge your application by email.
It takes between four to six weeks to finalise
applications and make an offer. Applicants for
competitive scholarships may take longer.
The Graduate Studies Office will notify you of the
outcome of your application by email.
PhD Visual Arts
$16000
CRICOS code
Online application form
4yrs
Total program fee (A$)
CRICOS code
International students can apply online for a
place in one of UniSA’s higher degree by research
programs. Visit www.unisa.edu.au/resdegrees/
howtoapply/default.asp and read the following
guidelines before you complete the application form
4yrs
$17500
Total annual fee (A$)
Program code
Apply online for a research degree
program
040648F
Total annual fee (A$)
Home campus
are expected to be proficient
in English comprehension and
expression.
Please refer to www.unisa.edu.au/
resdegrees/howtoapply/engreq.asp
for information on required IELTS
scores or other acceptable tests of
English language proficiency.
Education, Arts and Social Sciences
Home campus
Home campus
An applicant for a place in a Masters
by research program must satisfy
the Research Degrees Committee
of competence to undertake a
higher degree by research by:
a. holding or being eligible to
hold from an approved higher
education institution an award in
an appropriate discipline which
is assessed by this University as
being equivalent to: i. an Honours
degree or a Bachelors degree with
honours; or ii. a Bachelors degree
and a preliminary course of study
of honours standard; or iii. an
appropriate Masters degree; or b.
holding such other qualifications
as are acceptable to the Research
Degrees Committee - in such cases
the applicant must satisfy the
Committee of fitness to undertake
advanced work on the basis of the
standard of achievement in, and
the relevance of, previous higher
education studies, and professional
experience or published research
work. English language entry
requirements for International
students: All international students
MAG
Home campus
SP2
WHY
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Division of
Health
Sciences
In a vibrant, stimulating
and interdisciplinary
environment the Division
of Health Sciences seeks
to advance the health and
wellbeing of the community
through relevant and
contemporary teaching and
research.
Host to a considerable
international community,
the Division has a strong
multicultural flavour and is
committed to maintaining
diversity.
Focusing on the sciencebased prevention, diagnosis
and treatment of health
problems the Division
works closely with industry,
government and business
partners to educate
professionals and apply
knowledge to progress the
delivery of health care in
vital areas of nursing, allied
health and medical science.
• School of Health Sciences
With significant recent
investment in teaching
facilities and technologies
and emphasis on practicebased learning, the Division
consistently has high
graduate employment rates.
Located in the heart of
Adelaide, the City East
campus is adjacent to
South Australia’s largest
hospital and medical school,
providing excellent access
to valuable resources.
On-campus facilities
include modern specialised
laboratories and clinics
including a Physiotherapy
Clinic, Podiatry Clinic and
Mammography Clinic,
providing students with
access to invaluable hands
on experience.
For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/health
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The Division comprises three
well-established schools:
• School of Nursing and
Midwifery
• School of Pharmacy and
Medical Sciences
Master of Nursing (Leadership and Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
IMNG
046395G
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17550
Total program fee (A$)
$26325
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor degree
in Nursing or equivalent from a recognised
higher education institution, or have completed
hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.
International students, must be eligible to be
licensed to practice as a registered nurse in
their own country or place of residence, and all
applicants must have completed a minimum of
one year of clinical experience as a Registered
Nurse. International applicants wishing to study
this program externally/on-line in their home
country, must meet all entry requirements,
including the English Language Requirements.
What will I study?
Program requirements
The program consists of 54 units of study. Students
undertake 18 units of specialised courses in
Leadership and Management, 13.5 units of core
courses, one 4.5 unit option course, and 18 units
of project or minor thesis. Courses in the specialty
area integrate leadership and management
knowledge and skills with innovative and scholarly
practice across the health care system. Core
courses allow students to identify policy issues
in nursing and explore health team collaboration
in their field of study. In addition, emphasis is
placed on understanding research methods
and how they relate to practice and processes
within the health care sector. Students will have
the benefit of integrating research findings into
their practice. Option courses provide students
with the skills to be lifelong learners and to be
able to extend their competence and knowledge
through critical analysis and reflection. The project
or thesis provides students with the opportunity
to be involved in research or project work which
explores evidence that substantiates their practice.
Course name
Program overview
The program is designed to provide Registered
Nurses holding, or aspiring to hold, management
roles in the health care system with an
understanding of its complexities, and to
develop skills in leadership and management,
policy formulation and implementation, and
continuous quality improvement. Students
will also develop their ability to work
independently through projects or research.
This program is available to international
students either on-shore in Australia or by
external/on-line study in their home country.
Important information
Units
Year 1:
Core Courses:
Collaborative Approaches to Health
9.0
and Applying Research to Nursing and Midwifery
Practice
4.5
Leadership and Management Specialisation
courses:
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Leadership and Management in Health 2
9.0
Directed Study
4.5
Plus one Option from the following:
Qualitative Methods
4.5
Introductory Statistics
4.5
Facilitating Practice-Based Learning in the Health
Environment
4.5
Nursing Curricula Development
4.5
Alcohol and Other Drugs - Practical responses to
contemporary issues
4.5
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Introductory Epidemiology
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Health Economics
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Health Ethics
4.5
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Managing Human Resources
4.5
Year 2:
Minor Thesis 1 (Nur)
or Project 1
Minor Thesis 2 (Nur)
or Project 2
Police Checks: All students in the Division of
Health Sciences who undertake field or clinical
placements in Australia, or participate in University
clinics as part of their program, must have
had an Australian police clearance prior to the
commencement of any placement or clinic activity.
The Leadership and Management specialisation
may not be offered every year and may also
be subject to demand. Students required to
complete a practical component should be
physically healthy and ensure that immunisation
requirements of the proposed venue/s are
adhered to before commencing the program.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Leadership and Management)
CRICOS code
IGNG
045407E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$17550
Total program fee (A$)
$17550
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor degree
in Nursing or equivalent from a recognised
higher education institution, or have completed
hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.
International applicants, must be eligible to
be licensed to practice as a registered nurse
in their own country or place of residence;
and all applicants must have completed a
minimum of one-year of clinical experience as
a Registered Nurse. International applicants
wishing to study this program externally/on-line
in their home country or on-shore in Australia,
must meet all entry requirements, including
the English Language Requirements.
Program overview
The program is designed to provide Registered
Nurses holding, or aspiring to hold, management
roles in the health care system with an
understanding of its complexities, and to
develop skills in leadership and management,
policy formulation and implementation,
and continuous quality improvement.
This program is available to international
students either on-shore in Australia or by
external/on-line study in their home country.
What will I study?
Program requirements
The program consists of 36 units of study. Students
undertake 18 units of specialised courses in
Leadership and Management, 13.5 units of core
courses, and one 4.5 unit option course. Courses
in the specialty area integrate leadership and
management knowledge and skills with innovative
and scholarly practice across the health care
system. Core courses allow students to identify
policy issues in nursing and explore health team
collaboration in their field of study. In addition,
emphasis is placed on understanding research
methods and how they relate to practice and
processes within the health care sector. Students
will have the benefit of integrating research
findings into their practice. Option courses provide
students with the skills to be lifelong learners
and to be able to extend their competence and
knowledge through critical analysis and reflection.
Course name
Health Sciences
Program code
Important information
Units
Core Courses:
Collaborative Approaches to Health
9.0
and Applying Research to Nursing and Midwifery
Practice
4.5
Leadership and Management Specialisation
courses:
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Leadership and Management in Health 2
9.0
Directed Study
4.5
Plus one Option chosen from the following:
Qualitative Methods
4.5
Introductory Statistics
4.5
Facilitating Practice-Based Learning in the Health
Environment
4.5
Nursing Curricula Development
4.5
Alcohol and Other Drugs - Practical responses to
contemporary issues
4.5
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Introductory Epidemiology
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Health Economics
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Health Ethics
4.5
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Managing Human Resources
4.5
Police Checks: All students in the Division of
Health Sciences who undertake field or clinical
placements in Australia, or participate in University
clinics as part of their program, must have
had an Australian police clearance prior to the
commencement of any placement or clinic activity.
The Leadership and Management specialisation
may not be offered every year, and may also
be subject to demand. Students required to
complete a practical component should be
physically healthy and ensure that immunisation
requirements of the proposed venue/s are
adhered to before commencing the program.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
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Master of Nursing (Nurse Education)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
IMNG
046395G
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17550
Total program fee (A$)
$26325
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor degree
in Nursing or equivalent from a recognised
higher education institution, or have completed
hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.
International students, must be eligible to be
licensed to practice as a registered nurse in
their own country or place of residence, and all
applicants must have completed a minimum of
one year of clinical experience as a Registered
Nurse, and be currently employed in, or have
access to, an area in which they conduct education
sessions. International applicants wishing to
study this program externally/on-line in their
home country, must meet all entry requirements,
including the English Language Requirements.
What will I study?
Program requirements
The program consists of 54 units of study. Students
undertake 18 units of specialised courses in
Nurse Education, 13.5 units of core courses, one
4.5 unit option course, and 18 units of project
or minor thesis. Courses in the specialty area
of Nurse Education enable students to explore
education theories and practices and various
models of educational programs for nurses. Core
courses allow students to identify policy issues
in nursing and explore health team collaboration
in their field of study. In addition, emphasis is
placed on understanding research methods
and how they relate to practice and processes
within the health care sector. Students will have
the benefit of integrating research findings into
their practice. Option courses provide students
with the skills to be lifelong learners and to be
able to extend their competence and knowledge
through critical analysis and reflection. The project
or thesis provides students with the opportunity
to be involved in research or project work which
explores evidence that substantiates their practice.
Course name
Program overview
The program is designed to provide Registered
Nurses with a qualification in the professional
field of Nurse Education, and provide them
with knowledge and skills to enhance their
implementation of educational strategies to support
work integrated learning, and develop their ability
to work independently through projects or research.
This program is available to international
students either on-shore in Australia or by
external/on-line study in their home country.
Important information
Units
Year 1:
Core Courses:
Collaborative Approaches to Health
9.0
and Applying Research to Nursing and Midwifery
Practice
4.5
Nurse Education Specialisation courses:
Adult Learning for Nurse Education
9.0
Facilitating Practice-Based Learning in the Health
Environment
4.5
Nursing Curricula Development
4.5
Plus one Option chosen from the following:
Qualitative Methods
4.5
Introductory Statistics
4.5
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Alcohol and Other Drugs - Practical responses to
contemporary issues
4.5
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Introductory Epidemiology
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Health Economics
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Health Ethics
4.5
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Managing Human Resources
4.5
Year 2:
Minor Thesis 1 (Nur)
or Project 1
Minor Thesis 2 (Nur)
or Project 2
Police Checks: All students in the Division of
Health Sciences who undertake field or clinical
placements in Australia, or participate in University
clinics as part of their program, must have
had an Australian police clearance prior to the
commencement of any placement or clinic activity.
The Nurse Education specialisation may not
be offered every year and may also be subject
to demand. Students required to complete
a practical component should be physically
healthy and ensure that immunisation
requirements of the proposed venue/s are
adhered to before commencing the program.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Nurse Education)
Program code
CRICOS code
IGNG
045407E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$17550
Total program fee (A$)
$17550
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor degree
in Nursing or equivalent from a recognised
higher education institution, or have completed
hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.
International applicants, must be eligible to
be licensed to practice as a registered nurse in
their own country or place of residence; and all
applicants must have completed a minimum of
one-year of clinical experience as a Registered
Nurse, and be currently employed in, or have
access to, an area in which they conduct education
sessions. International applicants wishing to
study this program externally/on-line in their
home country, must meet all entry requirements,
including the English Language Requirements.
Program overview
The program is designed to provide registered
general nurses engaged in teaching activities
with knowledge and skills to enhance their
implementation of educational strategies
to support work integrated learning.
This program is available to international
students either on-shore in Australia or by
external/on-line study in their home country.
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What will I study?
Program requirements
The program consists of 36 units of study. Students
undertake 18 units of specialised courses in Nurse
Education, 13.5 units of core courses, and one 4.5
unit option course. Courses in the specialty area
of Nurse Education enable students to explore
education theories and practices and various
models of educational programs for nurses. Core
courses allow students to identify policy issues
in nursing and explore health team collaboration
in their field of study. In addition, emphasis is
placed on understanding research methods
and how they relate to practice and processes
within the health care sector. Students will have
the benefit of integrating research findings into
their practice. Option courses provide students
with the skills to be lifelong learners and to be
able to extend their competence and knowledge
through critical analysis and reflection.
Course name
Important information
Units
Core Courses:
Collaborative Approaches to Health
9.0
and Applying Research to Nursing and Midwifery
Practice
4.5
Nurse Education Specialisation courses:
Adult Learning for Nurse Education
9.0
Facilitating Practice-Based Learning in the Health
Environment
4.5
Nursing Curricula Development
4.5
Plus one Option chosen from the following:
Qualitative Methods
4.5
Introductory Statistics
4.5
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Alcohol and Other Drugs - Practical responses to
contemporary issues
4.5
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Introductory Epidemiology
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Health Economics
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Health Ethics
4.5
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Managing Human Resources
4.5
Police Checks: All students in the Division of
Health Sciences who undertake field or clinical
placements in Australia, or participate in University
clinics as part of their program, must have
had an Australian police clearance prior to the
commencement of any placement or clinic activity.
The Nurse Education specialisation may not
be offered every year, and may also be subject
to demand. Students required to complete
a practical component should be physically
healthy and ensure that immunisation
requirements of the proposed venue/s are
adhered to before commencing the program.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Master of Nursing/Mental Health Nursing/Midwifery (Research
Methodologies)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
IMNG
046395G
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17550
Total program fee (A$)
$26325
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor degree
in Nursing or equivalent from a recognised
higher education institution, or have completed
hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.
International applicants, must be eligible to be
licensed to practice as a registered nurse, mental
health nurse, or midwife in their own country or
place of residence, and should hold an appropriate
three year undergraduate degree or be hospital
trained. All applicants must have completed a
minimum of one year of clinical experience after
registration. International applicants wishing
to study this program externally/on-line in their
home country, must meet all entry requirements,
including the English Language Requirements.
What will I study?
Program requirements
The program consists of 54 units of study.
Students undertake 18 units of specialised courses
in Research Methdologies, 13.5 units of core
courses, one 4.5 unit option course, and 18 units
of project or minor thesis. Courses in the specialty
area of Research Methodologies have been
specifically designed to provide students with a
sound knowledge of research methods in order
to prepare them for higher degree research study.
Core courses allow students to identify policy issues
in nursing, mental health nursing and midwifery,
and explore health team collaboration in their
field of study. In addition, emphasis is placed on
understanding research methods and how they
relate to practice and processes within the health
care sector. Students will have the benefit of
integrating research findings into their practice.
Option courses provide students with the skills to
be lifelong learners and to be able to extend their
competence and knowledge through critical analysis
and reflection. The thesis provides students with
the opportunity to be involved in research which
explores evidence that substantiates their practice.
Course name
Program overview
The program is designed to provide Registered
Nurses, Registered Mental Health Nurses, and
Registered Midwives with knowledge and skills
in research methods, and to develop their ability
to work independently through research.
This program is available to international
students either on-shore in Australia or by
external/on-line study in their home country.
Important information
Units
Year 1:
Core Courses:
Collaborative Approaches to Health
9.0
and Applying Research to Nursing and Midwifery
Practice
4.5
Research Methodologies Specialisation
courses:
Literature Review
and Research Proposal
Police Checks: All students in the Division of
Health Sciences who undertake field or clinical
placements in Australia, or participate in University
clinics as part of their program, must have
had an Australian police clearance prior to the
commencement of any placement or clinic activity.
The Research Methdologies specialisation
may not be offered every year and
may also be subject to demand.
For further information
4.5
4.5
and 2 courses chosen from the following:
Introductory Statistics
4.5
Qualitative Methods
4.5
Introductory Epidemiology
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Plus one Option from the following:
Facilitating Practice-Based Learning in the Health
Environment
4.5
Nursing Curricula Development
4.5
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Alcohol and Other Drugs - Practical responses to
contemporary issues
4.5
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Health Economics
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Health Ethics
4.5
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Managing Human Resources
4.5
Year 2:
Minor Thesis 1 (Nur)
Minor Thesis 2 (Nur)
9.0
9.0
Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Research Methodologies)
CRICOS code
IGNG
045407E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$17550
Total program fee (A$)
$17550
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor degree
in Nursing or equivalent from a recognised
higher education institution, or have completed
hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.
International applicants, must be eligible to
be licensed to practice as a registered nurse in
their own country or place of residence; and all
applicants must have completed a minimum of
one-year of clinical experience as a Registered
Nurse. International applicants wishing to study
this program externally/on-line in their home
country, must meet all entry requirements,
including the English Language Requirements.
Program overview
The program is specifically designed to
prepare registered general nurses with
knowledge and skills in research methods.
This program is available to international
students either on-shore in Australia or by
external/on-line study in their home country.
What will I study?
Program requirements
The program consists of 36 units of study. Students
undertake 18 units of specialised courses in
Research Methodologies, 13.5 units of core courses,
and one 4.5 unit option course.Courses in the
specialty area of Research Methodologies have
been specifically designed to provide students
with a sound knowledge of research methods in
order to prepare them for higher degree research
study. Core courses allow students to identify
policy issues in nursing and explore health team
collaboration in their field of study. In addition,
emphasis is placed on understanding research
methods and how they relate to practice and
processes within the health care sector. Students
will have the benefit of integrating research
findings into their practice. Option courses provide
students with the skills to be lifelong learners
and to be able to extend their competence and
knowledge through critical analysis and reflection.
Course name
Important information
Units
Core Courses:
Collaborative Approaches to Health
9.0
and Applying Research to Nursing and Midwifery
Practice
4.5
Research Methodologies Specialisation
courses:
Literature Review
and Research Proposal
4.5
4.5
and 2 of the following courses:
Introductory Statistics
Qualitative Methods
Introductory Epidemiology
4.5
4.5
4.5
Health Sciences
Program code
Police Checks: All students in the Division of
Health Sciences who undertake field or clinical
placements in Australia, or participate in University
clinics as part of their program, must have
had an Australian police clearance prior to the
commencement of any placement or clinic activity.
The Research Methodologies specialisation
may not be offered every year, and
may also be subject to demand.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Plus one Option chosen from the following:
Facilitating Practice-Based Learning in the Health
Environment
4.5
Nursing Curricula Development
4.5
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Alcohol and Other Drugs - Practical responses to
contemporary issues
4.5
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Health Economics
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Health Ethics
4.5
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Managing Human Resources
4.5
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Master of Nursing (Health and Ageing)
Program code
IMNG
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
n/a
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17550
Total program fee (A$)
$26325
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor degree
in Nursing or equivalent from a recognised
higher education institution, or have completed
hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.
International students, must be eligible to be
licensed to practice as a registered nurse in
their own country or place of residence, and all
applicants must have completed a minimum of
one year of clinical experience as a Registered
Nurse. International applicants wishing to study
this program externally/on-line in their home
country, must meet all entry requirements,
including the English Language Requirements.
What will I study?
Program requirements
The program consists of 54 units of study. Students
undertake 18 units of specialised courses in
Health and Ageing, 13.5 units of core courses,
one 4.5 unit option course, and 18 units of
project or minor thesis. Courses in the specialty
area of Health and Ageing integrate knowledge
related to the biosciences, social and behavioural
sciences, technology, health policy and advanced
clinical decision-making, innovative and scholarly
practice. Core courses allow students to identify
policy issues in nursing and explore health team
collaboration in their field of study. In addition,
emphasis is placed on understanding research
methods and how they relate to practice and
processes within the health care sector. Students
will have the benefit of integrating research findings
into their practice. Option courses provide students
with the skills to be lifelong learners and to be
able to extend their competence and knowledge
through critical analysis and reflection. The project
or thesis provides students with the opportunity
to be involved in research or project work which
explores evidence that substantiates their practice.
Course name
Program overview
The program is designed to provide
Registered Nurses with a qualification in the
professional field of Health and Ageing, and
to enhance their knowledge of professional
issues, and develop their ability to work
independently through projects or research.
The program is offered only by external
delivery. International applicants
are advised that the specialisation is
only available external/on-line in the
applicant’s home country and is not
available for study on-shore in Australia.
Important information
Units
Year 1:
Core Courses:
Collaborative Approaches to Health
9.0
and Applying Research to Nursing and Midwifery
Practice
4.5
Health and Ageing Specialisation courses:
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and Ageing
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Leadership and Management Practices in the
Aged Care Sector
4.5
The Health and Ageing specialisation may
not be offered every year and may also be
subject to demand. Students required to
complete a practical component should be
physically healthy and ensure that immunisation
requirements of the proposed venue/s are
adhered to before commencing the program.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Plus one Option chosen from the following:
Qualitative Methods
4.5
Introductory Statistics
4.5
Facilitating Practice-Based Learning in the Health
Environment
4.5
Nursing Curricula Development
4.5
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Alcohol and Other Drugs - Practical responses to
contemporary issues
4.5
Introductory Epidemiology
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Health Economics
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Health Ethics
4.5
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Managing Human Resources
4.5
Year 2:
Minor Thesis 1 (Nur)
or Project 1
Minor Thesis 2 (Nur)
or Project 2
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Health and Ageing)
Program code
IGNG
CRICOS code
n/a
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$17550
Total program fee (A$)
$17550
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor degree
in Nursing or equivalent from a recognised
higher education institution, or have completed
hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.
International applicants, must be eligible to
be licensed to practice as a registered nurse in
their own country or place of residence; and all
applicants must have completed a minimum of
one-year of clinical experience as a Registered
Nurse. International applicants wishing to study
this program externally/on-line in their home
country, must meet all entry requirements,
including the English Language Requirements.
Program overview
The program has been designed to prepare
registered general nurses to work in the field
of Health and Ageing by developing previously
acquired knowledge and skills, through the
extension of their professional practice.
The program is offered only by external
delivery. International applicants
are advised that the specialisation is
only available external/on-line in the
applicant’s home country and is not
available for study on-shore in Australia.
64
What will I study?
Program requirements
The program consists of 36 units of study. Students
undertake 18 units of study in the specialty area
of Health and Ageing, 13.5 units of core courses,
and one 4.5 unit option course. Courses specific
to Health and Ageing have been specifically
designed to extend knowledge and skills in caring
for older people in a range of settings. Core
courses allow students to identify policy issues
in nursing and explore health team collaboration
in their field of study. In addition, emphasis is
placed on understanding research methods
and how they relate to practice and processes
within the health care sector. Students will have
the benefit of integrating research findings into
their practice. Option courses provide students
with the skills to be lifelong learners and to be
able to extend their competence and knowledge
through critical analysis and reflection.
Course name
Important information
Units
Core Courses:
Collaborative Approaches to Health
9.0
and Applying Research to Nursing and Midwifery
Practice
4.5
Health and Ageing Specialisation courses:
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and Ageing
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Leadership and Management Practices in the Aged
Care Sector
4.5
Plus one Option chosen from the following:
Qualitative Methods
4.5
Introductory Statistics
4.5
Facilitating Practice-Based Learning in the Health
Environment
4.5
Nursing Curricula Development
4.5
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Alcohol and Other Drugs - Practical responses to
contemporary issues
4.5
Introductory Epidemiology
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Health Economics
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Health Ethics
4.5
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Managing Human Resources
4.5
The Health and Ageing specialisation may
not be offered every year, and may also be
subject to demand. Students required to
complete a practical component should be
physically healthy and ensure that immunisation
requirements of the proposed venue/s are
adhered to before commencing the program.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Master of Nursing (Cardiovascular Nursing)
Program code
IMNG
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
n/a
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$17550
Total program fee (A$)
$26325
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor degree
in Nursing or equivalent from a recognised
higher education institution, or have completed
hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.
International students, must be eligible to be
licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in their
own country or place of residence. All applicants
must have completed a minimum of one year of
clinical experience as a Registered Nurse, and have
current experience with patients with cardiovascular
health problems. International applicants wishing
to study this program externally/on-line in their
home country, must meet all entry requirements,
including the English Language Requirements.
What will I study?
Program requirements
The program consists of 54 units of study. Students
undertake 18 units of specialised courses in
Cardiovascular Nursing, 13.5 units of core courses,
one 4.5 unit option course, and 18 units of project
or minor thesis. Courses in the specialty area of
Cardiovascular Nursing integrate knowledge and
understandings of theories, concepts, principles
and skills applied to and underpinning the
management of individuls at risk of, or known to
have cardiovascular disease, with advanced clinical
decision-making, and innovative and scholarly
practice. Core courses allow students to identify
policy issues in nursing and explore health team
collaboration in their field of study. In addition,
emphasis is placed on understanding research
methods and how they relate to practice and
processes within the health care sector. Students
will have the benefit of integrating research findings
into their practice. Option courses provide students
with the skills to be lifelong learners and to be
able to extend their competence and knowledge
through critical analysis and reflection. The project
or thesis provides students with the opportunity
to be involved in research or project work which
explores evidence that substantiates their practice.
Course name
Program overview
The program is designed to provide Registered
Nurses with a qualification in the professional
field of Cardiovascular Nursing, and to
enhance their knowledge of professional
issues, and develop their ability to work
independently through projects or research.
The program is offered only by external
delivery. International applicants
are advised that the specialisation is
only available external/on-line in the
applicant’s home country and is not
available for study on-shore in Australia.
Important information
Units
Year 1:
Core Courses:
Collaborative Approaches to Health
9.0
and Applying Research to Nursing and Midwifery
Practice
4.5
Cardiovascular Nursing Specialisation - two
courses chosen from the following:
Acute Cardiac Care
9.00
Heart Failure Management
9.0
Primary and Secondary Prevention in
Cardiovascular Health
9.0
The Cardiovascular Nursing specialisation
may not be offered every year and may also
be subject to demand. Students required to
complete a practical component should be
physically healthy and ensure that immunisation
requirements of the proposed venue/s are
adhered to before commencing the program.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Plus one Option chosen from the following:
Qualitative Methods
4.5
Introductory Statistics
4.5
Facilitating Practice-Based Learning in the Health
Environment
4.5
Nursing Curricula Development
4.5
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Alcohol and Other Drugs - Practical responses to
contemporary issues
4.5
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Introductory Epidemiology
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Health Economics
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Health Ethics
4.5
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Managing Human Resources
4.5
Year 2:
Minor Thesis 1 (Nur)
or Project 1
Minor Thesis 2 (Nur)
or Project 2
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
Program code
IGNG
CRICOS code
n/a
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$17550
Total program fee (A$)
$17550
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor degree
in Nursing or equivalent from a recognised
higher education institution, or have completed
hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.
International students, must be eligible to be
licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in their
own country or place of residence. All applicants
must have completed a minimum of one year of
clinical experience as a Registered Nurse, and have
current experience with patients with cardiovascular
health problems. International applicants wishing
to study this program externally/on-line in their
home country, must meet all entry requirements,
including the English Language Requirements.
Program overview
The program has been designed to prepare
registered general nurses to work in the field of
Cardiovascular Nursing by developing previously
acquired knowledge and skills, through the
extension of their professional expertise.
The program is offered only by external
delivery. International applicants
are advised that the specialisation is
only available external/on-line in the
applicant’s home country and is not
available for study on-shore in Australia.
What will I study?
Program requirements
The program consists of 36 units of study.
Students undertake 18 units of specialist study
in Cardiovascular Nursing, 13.5 units of core
courses, and one 4.5 unit option course. Courses in
Cardiovascular Nursing develop new knowledge and
understandings of theories, concepts, principles and
skills applied to and underpinning the management
of individuls at risk of, or known to have
cardiovascular disease. Core courses allow students
to identify policy issues in nursing and explore
health team collaboration in their field of study.
In addition, emphasis is placed on understanding
research methods and how they relate to practice
and processes within the health care sector. Students
will have the benefit of integrating research
findings into their practice. Option courses provide
students with the skills to be lifelong learners
and to be able to extend their competence and
knowledge through critical analysis and reflection.
Course name
Health Sciences
Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Cardiovascular Nursing)
Important information
Units
Core Courses:
Collaborative Approaches to Health
9.0
and Applying Research to Nursing and Midwifery
Practice
4.5
Cardiovascular Nursing Specialisation - two
courses chosen from the following:
Acute Cardiac Care
9.0
Heart Failure Management
9.00
Primary and Secondary Prevention in
Cardiovascular Health
9.00
The Cardiovascular Nursing specialisation
may not be offered every year, and may also
be subject to demand. Students required to
complete a practical component should be
physically healthy and ensure that immunisation
requirements of the proposed venue/s are
adhered to before commencing the program.
For further information on individual programs vist:
www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/default.asp
For further information
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pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Plus one Option chosen from the following:
Qualitative Methods
4.5
Introductory Statistics
4.5
Facilitating Practice-Based Learning in the Health
Environment
4.5
Nursing Curricula Development
4.5
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Alcohol and Other Drugs - Practical responses to
contemporary issues
4.5
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Introductory Epidemiology
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Health Economics
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Health Ethics
4.5
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Managing Human Resources
4.5
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Master of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy
Program code
CRICOS code
IMPX
045405G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.3yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20275
Total program fee (A$)
$25344
Start date (Study period)
SP1
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirements
Applicants should hold a four-year degree in
Physiotherapy or its equivalent, and should
have at least two years of professional
experience since graduation.
Program overview
Contemporary health care in general, and
musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy in
particular, requires therapists’ reasoning and
practice to be critical, reflective, patient-centred
and evidence-based. The program is aimed at
providing physiotherapists with specialised
musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy
training to enable them to develop an
advanced level of evidence-based practice.
Physiotherapists wanting to work in Australia must
contact the Australian Examining Committee for
Overseas Physiotherapists (AECOP) for details
on qualification acceptance and registration:
http://www.acopra.com.au/ Musculoskeletal
Physiotherapy Australia and Sports Physiotherapy
Australia have two tiers of membership. Level 2
membership is only available to physiotherapists
who have completed postgraduate study in the
relevant specialised area of physiotherapy and
who have fulfilled a number of other requirements.
Level 2 membership entitles the member to use the
coveted title of APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
or APA Sports Physiotherapist. Titled membership
has a number of advantages to physiotherapists
practising in Australia and some advantages for
internationally based physiotherapists. Further
details are provided at the Australian Physiotherapy
Association website. Successful completion of
our program entitles the graduate to apply for
Level 2 membership of MPA immediately on
graduation and for Level 2 membership of SPA
once a number of other criteria are fulfilled.
Program requirements
Course name
Allied Health Evidence Based Theory and
Practice
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Theory and
Examination
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Theory and
Practice
Anatomy and Pain Science
Rehabilitation of Movement
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Theor and
Management
Chronic Pain Management
Principles of Sports and Orthopaedic
Physiotherapy
Practice of Sports and Orthopaedic
Physiotherapy
What will I study?
Professional recognition
International Australia is a founding member
of the International Federation of Orthopaedic
Manipulative Therapists (IFOMT). As such, Australian
post graduate programs, such as our Master
of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy,
that meet the competency requirements of the
Australian special interest group Musculoskeletal
Physiotherapy Australia are recognised by IFOMT.
National The Master of Musculoskeletal
and Sports Physiotherapy does not
qualify overseas students for permanent
Physiotherapy registration in Australia.
This program requires the completion of nine
courses totalling 45 units to be completed over one
calendar year. Dedicated courses in evidence-based
theory and practice, pain science and chronic pain
management, and musculoskeletal and sports
physiotherapy assessment and management
are features of the program, which also has
a strong emphasis on clinical reasoning.
CRICOS code
ICPY
059071J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
0.5yrs
$10138
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirement
Applicants should hold a four-year degree in
Physiotherapy or its equivalent, and should
have at least two years of professional
experience since graduation.
Program overview
This program provides physiotherapists
with specialised theoretical, practical and
supervised clinical education at an advanced
level in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
Professional recognition
This award provides eligibility for advanced
level of membership to the Musculoskeletal
Physiotherapy Association.
What will I study?
This 18-unit program provides opportunities for
students to study musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
Program requirements
Course name
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Theory and
Examination
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Theory and
Practice
Anatomy and Pain Science
Rehabilitation of Movement
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Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Police Checks: All students in the Division
of Health Sciences who undertake field or
clinical placements, or participate in University
clinics as part of their program, must have
had an Australian police clearance prior to the
commencement of any placement or clinic activity.
Student Registration: Before commencing
any clinical courses, students are required to be
registered to practice physiotherapy in South
Australia. International students are required
to obtain a “Limited Registration” from the
Physiotherapists Board of South Australia. This can
be organised once the program has commenced.
Students must hold a recognised Senior First
Aid Certificate (including Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation) before they will be permitted
to undertake clinical courses. Students will be
required to satisfy the standard of dress and
behaviour prescribed by institutions in which clinical
placements are undertaken. Students enrolled in
courses involving contact with patients in hospitals
or other treatment centres may be required, before
commencing this clinical placement, to undergo
medical examinations as determined by the
relevant hospital or health service authorities.
The program requires participation in laboratory
classes where essential learning strategies
require all students to disrobe appropriately to
act as models for their peer group. This program
requires a high level of physical fitness.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Graduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy)
Program code
Important information
Units
Important information
Police Checks: All students in the Division
of Health Sciences who undertake field or
clinical placements, or participate in University
clinics as part of their program, must have
had an Australian police clearance prior to the
commencement of any placement or clinic activity.
Student Registration: Before commencing
any clinical courses, students are required to be
registered to practice physiotherapy in South
Australia. International students are required
to obtain a “Limited Registration” from the
Physiotherapists Board of South Australia. This can
be organised once the program has commenced.
Students must hold a recognised Senior First
Aid Certificate (including Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation) before they will be permitted
to undertake clinical courses. Students will be
required to satisfy the standard of dress and
behaviour prescribed by institutions in which clinical
placements are undertaken. Students enrolled in
courses involving contact with patients in hospitals
or other treatment centres may be required, before
commencing this clinical placement, to undergo
medical examinations as determined by the
relevant hospital or health service authorities.
The program requires participation in laboratory
classes where essential learning strategies
require all students to disrobe appropriately to
act as models for their peer group. This program
requires a high level of physical fitness.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Master of Physiotherapy (Graduate Entry)
Program code
CRICOS code
IMPE
045406F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$27825
Total program fee (A$)
$55650
Start date (Study period)
SP5
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirements
Applicants must hold a Bachelor degree
or equivalent from a recognised tertiary
institution,conferred within the last 10 years,
and must have achieved a Grade Point Average
of 5 (credit average) or greater in the bachelor
degree. In addition, evidence must be provided of
successful completion at credit level or above, of
the following at tertiary level: a course of statistics
of one study period duration or equivalent; a
health related communication course; a course(s)
of human anatomy consisting of at least 140
hours contact; and a course(s) of human
physiology consisting of 100 contact hours.
Program overview
This program enables graduates holding an
appropriate Bachelor degree to undertake a
fast-track, two-year program as an alternative
to the Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Students
develop the foundational competencies, practical
skills and professional knowledge essential to
meet the registration requirements to practise
as a physiotherapist. The program builds on a
student‘s previous tertiary studies, particularly
in anatomy and physiology, and recognises
the development of a range of life skills and
experiences including successful experience of
adult learning within a tertiary institution.
Professional recognition
Program requirements
The program has been awarded full accreditation
for three years from 2007 by the Australian
Physiotherapy Council (APC). Ongoing reports by
the University to the APC are required to maintain
this accreditation. Accreditation entitles graduates to
register in Australia to practice as a physiotherapist.
Course name
What will I study?
This program runs over two years, commencing
and finishing mid-year. The courses offered within
the first half of the first year focus on fundamental
physiotherapy skills (electrotherapy, massage,
manual handling, assessment and clinical reasoning)
and applied physiology/pathological process
relevant to the broad physiotherapy profession
(motor control and motor learning). Students will
progress though basic client presentations to more
complex pathological, social and interpersonal
issues. A four-week clinical placement is scheduled
from November to February to enable students to
use their fundamental skills and knowledge within
a working environment. Clinical management
is further developed through placements in
community and hospital settings through acute
care, rehabilitation, musculoskeletal physiotherapy,
and pain sciences. An understanding of the efficacy
of physiotherapy practice is developed through
the evidence-based research in physiotherapy
course. Health promotion and principles of primary
care are developed through a clinical placement
from November to February of the second year.
In addition to further clinical practice placements,
professional workplace issues such as business
management and organisation are also covered
in the ethics and communication course.
Year 1:
Physiotherapy Clinical Studies GE
Motor Control GE
Introduction to Physiotherapy Practice
Topics in Physiotherapy 201
Physiotherapy Clinical Studies 201 GE
Acute Care
Rehabilitation
Year 2:
Evidence Based Practice in Health Care
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
Management 300
Pain Sciences
Health Promotion in Physiotherapy B
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
Management 400
Advanced Hospital Care GE
Ethics and Communication
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Police Checks: All students in the Division
of Health Sciences who undertake field or
clinical placements, or participate in University
clinics as part of their program, must have
had an Australian police clearance prior to the
commencement of any placement or clinic activity.
Student Registration: Student registration
with the State Registration Board is required
prior to enrolment in this program and must be
maintained throughout the program: see the
requirements of the Physiotherapy Board of South
Australia website, www.physioboardsa.org.au.
Applicants who accept an offer into this
program must begin the registration
process immediately following their
acceptance of an offer to this program.
Students will be required to satisfy the standard
of dress and behaviour prescribed by institutions
in which the clinical placements are undertaken.
Students must hold a current first aid certificate and
a current CPR certificate prior to commencement
of any clinical placement and this must be
maintained throughout the program. Students will
be required to undertake two clinical placements
outside normal university teaching weeks.
Students may be required to undergo a medical
examination before commencing clinical placements
as determined by the relevant hospital authorities,
and be vaccinated against Hepatitis B and
Tuberculosis before commencing the program.
Participation in laboratory classes is required
and essential learning strategies demand that all
students disrobe appropriately to act as subjects
for their peer group. Students are advised that
they may be required to undertake field placement
outside Adelaide in a country or interstate location.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Master of Occupational Therapy (Graduate Entry)
CRICOS code
IMOG
024071J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$24150
Total program fee (A$)
$48300
Start date (Study period)
SP5
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to have a completed
Bachelor degree from a recognised higher education
institution or equivalent, conferred within the
past 10 years; with a Grade Point Average in
the degree of 5 (credit average) or above, or a
Grade Point Average of 5 or above in the final
year of the degree. In addition, evidence must be
provided of successful completion of (at a tertiary
level), a course of human anatomy, a course of
human physiology, and either a course of human
psychology or sociology/anthropology. Each of these
courses must equivalent to 4.5units of study.
Program overview
This program provides an avenue for graduates
holding an appropriate Bachelors degree to
undertake an alternative program to the
Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational
Therapy).Students develop foundation
competencies, practical skills and professional
knowledge essential to meet the registration
requirements to practice as an occupational
therapist.Students learn to work in diverse
settings, create innovative practice models, and
provide leadership in the field of occupational
therapy. The program builds on a student’s
previous tertiary studies and recognises the
development of a range of life skills and
experiences including successful experience of
adult learning within a tertiary institution.
Professional recognition
Program requirements
The program is accredited by the Australian
Association of Occupational Therapists and the
World Federation of Occupational Therapy, and
graduates are recognised for registration by the
Occupational Therapists Board of South Australia for
professional practice as an occupational therapist.
Course name
What will I study?
A mandatory one week intensive orientation to the
Master of Occupational Therapy (Graduate Entry)
will be run, one week prior to when the program
begins in July. The aim of this intensive week is to
familiarise the students with each other, the School,
the University and its facilities, the program content
and structure and the problem based learning
approach used within the program. Within the
72-unit program, 31.5 units are Enabling Occupation
courses. These are scenario-based courses (problem
based learning) in which the conditions and needs
an occupational therapist may encounter, the theory
that underpins occupational therapy intervention and
the clinical reasoning and skills needed to deliver the
occupational therapy intervention, are covered. The
Enabling Occupation courses develop from a focus
on individual performance issues and challenges
to a group, organisational and population health
focus in the final stages of the program. A further
27 units of the program are field practice courses
where students are placed in health and community
agencies in order to enable them to apply and
integrate the knowledge and skills gained in the
academic setting. The remaining 13.5 units cover
foundation sciences (neurosciences and occupational
science) and research practice and skills.
Important information
Units
Year 1:
Enabling Occupation Graduate Studies 1
Enabling Occupation Graduate Studies 2
Occupational Therapy Field Practice 1
Human Neurosciences 201
Enabling Occupation 200
Occupational Science 100
Research for Health Practice
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
3.0
4.5
Year 2:
Enabling Occupation 201
Occupational Therapy Field Practice 2
Enabling Occupation Graduate Studies 3
Occupational Therapy Field Practice 3
Enabling Occupation Graduate Studies 4
Occupational Therapy Field Practice 4
6.0
4.5
4.5
9.0
4.5
9.0
Health Sciences
Program code
Police Checks: All students in the Division
of Health Sciences who undertake field or
clinical placements, or participate in University
clinics as part of their program, must have
had an Australian police clearance prior to the
commencement of any placement or clinic activity.
Student Registration: Student registration with
the State Registration Board is required prior to
enrolment in this program and must be maintained
throughout the program: see the requirements
on the Occupational Therapy Board of South
Australia website, www.otrb.saboards.com.au.
Students are required to attend a one week
intensive program-specific orientation held the
week prior to commencement of the program.
Students are advised that they will be required
to undertake field practice placement outside of
normal university teaching weeks. Students will
be required to satisfy the standard of dress and
behaviour prescribed by institutions in which the
field practice placements are undertaken. Students
must hold a current first aid certificate prior to
commencement of any clinical placement and this
must be maintained throughout the program.
Students are advised that a current South
Australian drivers licence may be required by
some field practice agencies and a drivers licence
is considered an advantage for field practice.
Students are advised that they may be required to
spend time in a field practice placement outside
Adelaide in a country or interstate location.
For further information
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Master of Health Science (Health Service Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
IMHP
052685B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$19500
Total program fee (A$)
$29250
Start date (Study period)
SP2
Home campus
CEA
Intake into this program is limited by quota
Entry Requirements
Applicants must hold a recognised relevant
bachelor degree or equivalent qualification.
Applicants with other qualifications and
experience may be considered for entry.
Program overview
The program aims to further develop motivated
health science graduates and professionals
for leadership in the field of health service
management. The program advances discipline
knowledge, critical thinking and analytical skills
for functioning in a complex health system.
What will I study?
Students complete 13.5 units of Core courses, the
specialist Health Service Management courses,
together with electives in their areas of interest.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core Courses:
Critical Thinking and Reasoning for Health
Professionals
4.5
and either:
Allied Health Evidence Based Theory and
Practice
9.0
or 9 units from:
Changing Trends in Health
Introductory Epidemiology
Evidence-Based Practice
4.5
4.5
4.5
AND Health Service Management
Specialisation courses:
Core course:
Leadership and Management in Health 1
4.5
Plus 18 units chosen from the following:
Health Ethics
Health Economics
Accounting for Management M
Managing Human Resources
Health and Well-being Projects
Negotiated Study 1H
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Plus 18 units of elective courses from the
following:
Issues in Indigenous Health
4.5
Pharmacology for Health Professionals
4.5
Practice in Rural Communities
4.5
Rural Health Management
4.5
Complex Health Problems in Rural Settings
4.5
Professional Practice in Indigenous Contexts 4.5
Frameworks for Practice in the Care of Older
People
4.5
Health and Ageing
4.5
Health and the Older Person
4.5
Perspectives in Mental Health
9.0
Theoretical Approaches to Mental Health
Practice
9.0
Therapeutic Encounters in Mental Health
9.0
Consolidation of Mental Health Practice
9.0
Advanced Marketing
4.5
Risk Management
4.5
Strategic Concepts
4.5
Managing Change
4.5
Entrepreneurial Foundations
4.5
Small Business for Professionals
Literature Review
Research Proposal
Health Science Project
Program requirements
Allied Health Evidence Based Theory and
Practice
Health Science Project
Negotiated Study 1H
Negotiated Study 2H
Negotiated Study 3H
Literature Review
Research Proposal
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
Important information
All courses may not be offered every year.
All commencing students are strongly encouraged
to participate in a structured Orientation Seminar.
Some courses are only available online or on
an intensive workshop basis. Students enrolled
in courses involving contact with patients in
hospitals or other treatment centres may be
required, before commencing fieldwork, to undergo
medical examinations as determined by the
relevant hospital or health service authorities.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Master of Medical Sonography
Program code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home Campus
IMSO
1.5 yrs
$15750
$23625
SP2, SP5
CEA
Entry requirements
Applicants must be qualified as a medical radiation
professional with a recognised bachelor degree
or equivalent qualification. Normally, applicants
will have a comprehensive knowledge of their
own professional area. Applicants with other
qualifications and appropriate demonstrated
experience equivalent to the above may be
considered for entry. International applicants must
also meet the English Language Requirements.
Applicants should note that this program requires
completion of 2200 hours of supervised ultrasound
scanning experience, and applicants are responsible
for organising their own training position in
order to acquire this scanning experience.
Program overview
The program is offered on a part-time
basis over a minimum of two years, and
is offered only by external delivery.
Professional recognition
Students who successfully complete the award
will be eligible for full professional accreditation
from the Australasian Sonographer Accreditation
Registry (ASAR), under the General Sonography
category. However, applicants studying
overseas and intending to practise in Australia,
should note that there is a requirement that
they be engaged in ultrasound practice for a
minimum of 3 days per week over a two
year period, full-time equivalent, in an
Australian or New Zealand clinical setting
in order to gain such accreditation with ASAR.
What will I study?
The program requires the completion of courses
totalling 54 units, including a core of eight (36 units)
specifically designed courses in medical sonography.
Students then choose 18 units of elective courses
designed to extend their professional knowledge
or allow the opportunity to undertake research
in the specialist area of medical sonography..
The program is designed to provide medical radiation
professionals with the mechanism to develop a new
professional area in medical sonography and, if
desired, to undertake research in this specialist area.
Course name
Units
Core Courses:
Abdominal Sonography
Obstetric and Gynaecologic Sonography
Superficial Parts Sonography
Vascular Sonography
Professional Issues for Sonographers
Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation 1
Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation 2
Clinical Sonography Portfolio
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Elective Courses:
Sectional Anatomy
Musculoskeletal Sonography 1
Musculoskeletal Sonography 2
Fetal Echocardiography
Breast Sonography
Clinical Mammography
Mammography
Health Ethics
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Medical Sonography
Program code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home Campus
IGSO
1yr
$15750
$15750
SP2, SP5
CEA
Entry requirements
Applicants must be qualified as a medical radiation
professional with a recognised bachelor degree
or equivalent qualification. Normally, applicants
will have a comprehensive knowledge of their
own professional area. Applicants with other
qualifications and appropriate demonstrated
experience equivalent to the above may be
considered for entry. International applicants must
also meet the English Language Requirements.
Applicants should note that this program requires
completion of 2200 hours of supervised ultrasound
scanning experience, and applicants are responsible
for organising their own training position in
order to acquire this scanning experience.
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Program overview
Program requirements
The program is designed to provide medical radiation
professionals with the mechanism to develop a
new professional area in medical sonography.
The program is offered on a part-time
basis over a minimum of two years, and
is offered only by external delivery.
Course name
Abdominal Sonography
Obstetric and Gynaecologic Sonography
Superficial Parts Sonography
Vascular Sonography
Professional Issues for Sonographers
Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation 1
Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation 2
Clinical Sonography Portfolio
Professional recognition
Students who successfully complete the award
will be eligible for full professional accreditation
from the Australasian Sonographer Accreditation
Registry (ASAR), under the General Sonography
category. However, applicants studying
overseas and intending to practise in Australia,
should note that there is a requirement that
they be engaged in ultrasound practice for a
minimum of 3 days per week over a two
year period, full-time equivalent, in an
Australian or New Zealand clinical setting
in order to gain such accreditation with ASAR.
What will I study?
The program requires the completion of 36 units of
specifically designed courses in medical sonography.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
All students (including international students)
enrolling in the course, Mammography,
are required to attend an intensive
one-week workshop on campus.
For the courses, Musculoskeletal Sonography 1
and Musculoskeletal Sonography 2, a knowledge
of general medical sonography scanning
principles will be assumed. Co-requisite is that
the student should be an accredited medical
sonographer and working in an environment where
diagnostic medical sonography is performed.
For further information
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pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
Graduate Certificate in Medical Radiation
Program code
ICMR
Program requirements
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
$7875
Course name
Abdominal Sonography
Obstetric and Gynaecologic Sonography
Superficial Parts Sonography
Vascular Sonography
Professional Issues for Sonographers
Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation 1
Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation 2
Sectional Anatomy
Musculoskeletal Sonography 1
Musculoskeletal Sonography 2
Breast Sonography
Clinical Mammography
Mammography
Health Ethics
Allied Health Evidence Based Theory and
Practice
Negotiated Study 1H
Negotiated Study 2H
Negotiated Study 3H
Start date (Study period)
SP2, SP5
Home Campus
CEA
Entry requirements
Applicants must be qualified as a medical radiation
professional with a recognised bachelor degree,
diploma, or associate diploma, or equivalent
qualification. Applicants with other qualifications
and appropriate demonstrated experience
equivalent to the above may be considered
for entry. International applicants must also
meet the English Language Requirements.
Program overview
The program provides medical radiation
professionals with the opportunity to develop
advanced levels of knowledge and skills in
diagnostic radiography, nuclear medicine,
radiation therapy or medical sonography.
The program is offered on a part-time basis,
and is offered only by external delivery.
What will I study?
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
All students (including international students)
enrolling in the course, Mammography,
are required to attend an intensive
one-week workshop on campus.
For the courses, Musculoskeletal Sonography 1
and Musculoskeletal Sonography 2, a knowledge
of general medical sonography scanning
principles will be assumed. Co-requisite is that
the student should be an accredited medical
sonographer and working in an environment where
diagnostic medical sonography is performed.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
The program requires completion of 18 units of
study from a range of courses that have been
designed to complement professional areas.
Graduate Certificate in Medical Radiation (Breast Imaging)
Program code
ICMR
Professional recognition
Program requirements
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
$7875
Students who successfully complete the award
will be eligible for full professional accreditation
from the Australasian Sonographer Accreditation
Registry (ASAR), under the Breast Sonography
category. However, applicants studying overseas
and intending to practice in Australia should note
that there is a requirement that they provide
evidence of appropriate scanning experience in
an Australian or New Zealand clinical setting in
order to gain such accreditation with ASAR.
Course name
Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation 1
Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation 2
Breast Sonography
Mammography
Start date (Study period)
Home Campus
SP2, SP5
CEA
Entry requirements
Applicants must have qualifications and/or
experience in diagnostic radiography.
International applicants must also meet
the English language requirements.
The program is designed to provide diagnostic
radiographers with the mechanism to develop
new skills and knowledge in the specialist areas
of mammography and breast ultrasound.
The program is offered on a part-time basis
and is offered only by external delivery.
What will I study?
Students complete 18 units of specifically
designed Breast Imaging courses.
Important information
All students (including international students)
enrolling in the course, Mammography,
are required to attend an intensive
one-week workshop on campus.
Health Sciences
Program overview
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/health/programs/
pg.asp and search by program code for
individual program information.
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Research Degrees
The University of South Australia also offers a number of opportunities for higher degrees by research at both Masters and Doctorate level in
each of its Divisions. For the Division of Health Sciences, these higher degrees by research are available to qualified applicants:
Master of Health
(Human Movement)
Program code
Master of Health
(Physiotherapy)
IMHC
CRICOS code
036359E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Master of Science
(Laboratory Medicine)
IMHC
024052A
2yrs
Program code
CRICOS code
IMHC
036360A
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Doctor of Philosophy
(Pharmacy and Medical
Sciences)
Program code
CRICOS code
IPHD
048570C
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
$83600
Start date (Study period)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
CEA
Home campus
Start date (Study period)
CEA
Home campus
CEA
4yrs
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
Master of Health
(Medical Radiation)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Program code
IMHC
065561G
2yrs
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
036358F
2yrs
Program code
CRICOS code
IMHC
009603M
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
$83600
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
CEA
2yrs
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
CEA
CEA
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
IMHC
036361M
2yrs
$20900
IMHC
024073G
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
CRICOS code
024089K
4yrs
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
Master of Nursing
CRICOS code
IPHD
$41800
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Program code
Program code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
$20900
Master of Health
(Occupational Therapy)
Doctor of Philosophy
(Health Sciences)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
IMHC
Total annual fee (A$)
Total annual fee (A$)
Home campus
Master of Science
(Pharmacy)
Master of Health
CEA
CEA
$41800
Doctor of Philosophy
(Human Movement)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
$83600
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
Home campus
Doctor of Philosophy
(Nursing and
Midwifery)
4yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
CEA
IPHD
048569G
CEA
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
CEA
IPHD
024085C
4yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
$83600
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
CEA
Master of Science
(Pharmaceutical
Science)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
IMHC
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
CEA
Master of Health
(Podiatry)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
IMHC
065563E
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20900
Total program fee (A$)
$41800
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
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Research Degree entry requirements
065562F
CEA
An applicant for a place in a higher
degree by research program must
satisfy the Research Degrees
Committee of competence to
undertake a higher degree by
research by: a. holding or being
eligible to hold from an approved
higher education institution an
award in an appropriate discipline
which is assessed by this University
as being equivalent to:
i. an Honours degree or a Bachelors
degree with honours (with at least
Honours 2A for PhD); or
ii. a Bachelors degree and a
preliminary course of study of
honours standard; or
iii. an appropriate Masters
degree; or b. holding such other
qualifications as are acceptable to
the Research Degrees Committee
- in such cases the applicant must
satisfy the Committee of fitness
to undertake advanced work
on the basis of the standard of
achievement in, and the relevance
of, previous higher education studies,
and professional experience or
published research work. English
language entry requirements
for International students:
All international students are
expected to be proficient in English
comprehension and expression.
Please refer to www.unisa.edu.au/
resdegrees/howtoapply/engreq.asp
for information on required IELTS
scores or other acceptable tests of
English language proficiency.
continued...
Apply online for a research degree
program
3. Find a scholarship
6. Provide documentation
International students can apply online for a
place in one of UniSA’s higher degree by research
programs. Visit www.unisa.edu.au/resdegrees/
howtoapply/default.asp and read the following
guidelines before you complete the application form.
• International applicants: check scholarships
available
Please note: Applications for International
Postgraduate Research Scholarships close 31
August. Applications for University President’s
Scholarships close 31 August and 31 May.
1. Check that you are eligible
4. Organise supporting statements
• English language proficiency - IELTS 6.5
(academic) or equivalent
• Entry requirements - normally a four year
undergraduate degree with high grades is the
minimum.
• Contact two academic referees and ask them to
complete the academic referees report.
To complete the application, you will need to send
copies of the following information:
• transcripts of undergraduate, honours and
postgraduate courses undertaken (even if not
completed);
• certification of English language proficiency (if
relevant);
• passport details.
2. Find a program and supervisor
You will need to provide information about your
proposed program of study, the name of your
proposed supervisor at UniSA, and any scholarship
you may wish to apply for.
• Find a research degree program
• Find academic support for your application
5. Other information you will need to
provide
To complete the application, you will also need to
provide details about:
• your proposed research, including the proposed
thesis title;
• any awards or prizes received;
• any professional experience;
• any publications you have authored or coauthored.
Completing your application online
1. Register first with Apply Online with your name,
contact details and email address;
2. A return email will be sent to you giving you an
application number and password;
3. You can then go to the online application form
where you will need to follow the steps to
complete the application;
4. If you can’t finish the application in one sitting
(it takes about 15 minutes), you can save it and
return later. Be sure to save the email with the
application number and password;
5. When you have completed all the details, submit
the application;
6. Print out the Documentation Cover Sheet;
7. Obtain certified copies of English language
certificates, academic transcripts, passport details
or birth certificate. Write the application number
on the top right hand corner of all documents,
attach to the Documentation Cover Sheet and
forward to the Graduate Studies Office within 5
days of submitting the application. If you wish to
email copies (uncertified) you can do so, however
certified copies will be required before an offer of
admission can be finalised. (Addresses are at the
bottom of the application form.)
8. Print out a copy of the application (about 4 pages)
for your own records.
Online application form
We will acknowledge your application by email.
It takes between four to six weeks to finalise
applications and make an offer. Applicants for
competitive scholarships may take longer.
The Graduate Studies Office will notify you of the
outcome of your application by email.
For enquiries by mail, contact:
Graduate Studies Office
Mawson Lakes campus
University of South Australia
GPO Box 2471
Adelaide South
Australia 5001
Health Sciences
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Division of
Information
Technology,
Engineering
and the
Environment
For more information visit www.unisa.edu.au/itee
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The global economy has
created high demand for
skilled, innovative and
experienced professionals
who can use the latest
technologies effectively
and intelligently to create
sustainable solutions for
business, industry and the
community.
Graduates of the
Division’s programs have
contemporary knowledge,
skills and qualities and
the ability to readily
apply their knowledge in
the workplace. Degree
programs are accredited by
professional bodies within
Australia and internationally.
The Division of Information
Technology, Engineering
and the Environment
offers educational and
research programs within
Australia and internationally
to educate and develop
professionals in a range of
discipline areas.
There are five Schools in the
Division:
The Division’s schools and
research centres have a
proven ability in developing
educational programs,
courses and research in
collaboration with local
and international industry
in response to market
demand.
• School of Advanced
Manufacturing and
Mechanical Engineering
• School of Computer and
Information Science
• School of Electrical and
Information Engineering
• School of Mathematics
and Statistics
• School of Natural and
Built Environments
Graduate Diploma in Engineering
Program code
CRICOS code
LGEE
000575E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Total annual fee (A$)
$22000
NO SPECIALISATION STREAM
Eight courses listed in Schedule A in any stream
Total program fee (A$)
$22000
SCHEDULE A - Electives
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
This program has been developed to enhance
students’current skills and knowledge within the
engineering industry. Students can choose from
a range of courses to tailor their qualification
to specifically suit their needs and interests.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion of
36 units of study and can be completed within 1
year of full-time study. Students choose courses from
the streams of Computational Physics, Computer
Systems Engineering, Electrical Power Engineering,
Microsystems Technology, System Engineering,
Telecommunications, and Test and Evaluation.
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
System Design Techniques
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
Group B:
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Advanced Topics in Networks
Communication Systems Theory G
Computer Communications and Networks
Digital Modems
Digital Transmission G
Engineering Research Practice
Error Control Coding G
Information Theory G
Satellite Communications G
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
Group B
Mobile Communications Fundamentals G
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Electrical and Information Engineering
Project 1 Honours
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B:
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Engineering
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
LCEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
This program has been developed to enhance
students’current skills and knowledge within the
engineering industry. Students can choose from
a range of courses to tailor their qualification
to specifically suit their needs and interests.
What will I study?
Program requirements
Course name
Units
NO SPECIALISATION STREAM
Four courses listed in Schedule A in any stream
SCHEDULE A-Electives
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
System Design Techniques
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Advanced Topics in Networks
Communication Systems Theory G
Computer Communications and Networks
Digital Modems
Digital Transmission G
Engineering Research Practice
Error Control Coding G
Information Theory G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
Group B
Mobile Communications
Fundamentals G
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Intelligent Mobile Internet Services and
Wireless Infrastructure
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Important information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
IT, Engineering and the Environment
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of 18 units and can be completed within 6 months
of full-time study. Students choose courses from
the streams of Computational Physics, Computer
Systems Engineering, Electrical Power Engineering,
Microsystems Technology, System Engineering,
Telecommunications, and Test and Evaluation.
VLSI Design G
Computer Communications and Networks
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
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Master of Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LMEE
048095C
1.5yrs
$22000
$33000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
These programs focus on the study of advanced
mathematics, the fundamentals of electrical,
electronic and computer hardware, and computer
software development. The Master program covers
more advanced topics in computer hardware design,
system design and computer communications,
including advanced internet infrastructure for
electronic commerce. Within the thesis option,
students will thoroughly research a specialised topic
in computer system design, such as information
infrastructure for electronic commerce or computer
hardware design. A thesis option is available for
selected students based on academic merit.
What will I study?
The Master Degree requires the completion of
courses totalling 54 units and can be completed
in 3 study periods over 1.5 academic years.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
FIRST YEAR
Three courses taken from Computer Systems
Engineering stream courses listed in Schedule A.
One course of 4.5 units from the courses listed in
Schedule A in any stream.
Engineering Minor Thesis 1
9.0
Engineering Minor Thesis 2
9.0
OR Four courses in any stream listed in Schedule A
SCHEDULE A - Electives
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
Digital Image Processing and Computer Vision 4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Knowledge-Based Paradigms and their
Engineering Applications
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
Engineering Research Practice
4.5
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Advanced Power Electronics
Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Power System Operation and Control
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Computer Communications and Networks
Engineering Research Practice
Modern Communication Systems
Optical Communications G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
Group B (directed study mode)
Mobile Communications Fundamentals G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Intelligent Mobile Internet Services and
Wireless Infrastructure
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGEE
000575E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
$22000
$22000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
These programs focus on the study of advanced
mathematics, the fundamentals of electrical,
electronic and computer hardware, and computer
software development. The Master program covers
more advanced topics in computer hardware design,
system design and computer communications,
including advanced internet infrastructure for
electronic commerce. Within the thesis option,
students will thoroughly research a specialised topic
in computer system design, such as information
infrastructure for electronic commerce or computer
hardware design. A thesis option is available for
selected students based on academic merit.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of courses totalling 36 units and can be
completed within 1 year of full-time study.
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Program requirements
Course name
Units
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Courses to the value of 27 units in Schedule A as
Computer Systems Engineering courses.
Courses to the value of 9 units listed in Schedule
A in any stream.
SCHEDULE A - Electives
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
System Design Techniques
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Advanced Topics in Networks
Communication Systems Theory G
Computer Communications and Networks
Digital Modems
Digital Transmission G
Engineering Research Practice
Error Control Coding G
Information Theory G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group B
Mobile Communications Fundamentals G
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Electrical and Information Engineering
Project 1 Honours
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B:
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LCEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
These programs focus on the study of advanced
mathematics, the fundamentals of electrical,
electronic and computer hardware, and computer
software development. The Master program covers
more advanced topics in computer hardware design,
system design and computer communications,
including advanced internet infrastructure for
electronic commerce. Within the thesis option,
students will thoroughly research a specialised topic
in computer system design, such as information
infrastructure for electronic commerce or computer
hardware design. A thesis option is available for
selected students based on academic merit.
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of courses totalling 18 units and can be
completed within 6 months of full-time study.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Three courses listed as Computer Systems
Engineering stream courses. One course listed in
any stream.
SCHEDULE A - Electives
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
Intelligent Mobile Internet Services and
Wireless Infrastructure
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Advanced Topics in Networks
Communication Systems Theory G
Computer Communications and Networks
Digital Modems
Digital Transmission G
Engineering Research Practice
Error Control Coding G
Information Theory G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
Group B
Mobile Communications
Fundamentals G
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Master of Engineering (Electrical Power Engineering)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LMEE
048095C
1.5yrs
$22000
$33000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
What will I study?
The Master Degree requires the completion of
courses totalling 54 units and can be completed
in 3 study periods over 1.5 academic years.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
FIRST YEAR
Electrical Energy Systems
4.5
Intelligent and Digital Control
4.5
Two courses taken from Electrical Power
Engineering stream courses listed in Schedule A
Engineering Research Practice
4.5
Two courses taken from Electrical Power
Engineering stream courses listed in Schedule A.
One course in any stream listed in Schedule A
Engineering Minor Thesis 1
9.0
Engineering Minor Thesis 2
9.0
SCHEDULE A - Electives
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Advanced Power Electronics
Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Power System Operation and Control
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
Digital Image Processing and Computer Vision 4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Knowledge-Based Paradigms and their
Engineering Applications
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Computer Communications and Networks
Engineering Research Practice
Modern Communication Systems
Optical Communications G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
Group B (directed study mode)
Mobile Communications Fundamentals G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Intelligent Mobile Internet Services and
Wireless Infrastructure
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
IT, Engineering and the Environment
Electricity generation and supply are the backbone of
all modern societies and the demand for electricity
is increasing, particularly in developing countries
within the Asia-Pacific region. Rapidly evolving
technology, along with the sheer size and complexity
of the systems involved, make it imperative for
electrical power engineers to constantly update their
knowledge and skills. This suite of programs provides
an opportunity for advanced education and training
in the theory and techniques of electrical power and
closely related fields. A thesis option is available
for selected students based on academic merit.
OR Four courses in any stream listed in Schedule A
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
75
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Electrical Power Engineering)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGEE
000575E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
$22000
$22000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
Electricity generation and supply are the backbone of
all modern societies and the demand for electricity
is increasing, particularly in developing countries
within the Asia-Pacific region. Rapidly evolving
technology, along with the sheer size and complexity
of the systems involved, make it imperative for
electrical power engineers to constantly update their
knowledge and skills. This suite of programs provides
an opportunity for advanced education and training
in the theory and techniques of electrical power and
closely related fields. A thesis option is available
for selected students based on academic merit.
What will I study?
Program requirements
Course name
Units
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Core
Electrical Energy Systems
4.5
Intelligent and Digital Control
4.5
Four courses from the list in Schedule A under
Electrical Power Engineering Stream.
Two courses form the list in Schedule A in any
stream.
SCHEDULE A - Electives
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of courses totalling 36 units and can be
completed within 1 year of full-time study.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
4.5
4.5
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
System Design Techniques
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Electrical and Information Engineering
Project 1 Honours
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5.
Important information
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Advanced Topics in Networks
Communication Systems Theory G
Computer Communications and Networks
Digital Modems
Digital Transmission G
Engineering Research Practice
Error Control Coding G
Information Theory G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group B
Mobile Communications Fundamentals G
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Electrical Power Engineering)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
LCEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
Electricity generation and supply are the backbone of
all modern societies and the demand for electricity
is increasing, particularly in developing countries
within the Asia-Pacific region. Rapidly evolving
technology, along with the sheer size and complexity
of the systems involved, make it imperative for
electrical power engineers to constantly update their
knowledge and skills. This suite of programs provides
an opportunity for advanced education and training
in the theory and techniques of electrical power and
closely related fields. A thesis option is available
for selected students based on academic merit.
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of courses totalling 18 units and can be
completed within 6 months of full-time study.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Core
Electrical Energy Systems
4.5
Intelligent and Digital Control
4.5
One course listed in Schedule A as Electrical Power
Stream courses. One course listed in Schedule A
in any stream.
SCHEDULE A - Electives
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
76
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
System Design Techniques
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Advanced Topics in Networks
Communication Systems Theory G
Computer Communications and Networks
Digital Modems
Digital Transmission G
Engineering Research Practice
Information Theory G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group B
Mobile Communications Fundamentals G
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Intelligent Mobile Internet Services and
Wireless Infrastructure
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Engineering (Microsystems Technology)
Program code
CRICOS code
LMEE
048095C
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$22000
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$33000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
The micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) is a
rapidly emerging chip technology that produces
micro-machines and structures the size of a grain
of sand. The development of MEMS combines
electrical, electronic, mechanical, optical, material,
chemical and fluids engineering disciplines.
What will I study?
The Master Degree requires the completion of
courses totalling 54 units and can be completed
in 3 study periods over 1.5 academic years.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
FIRST YEAR
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
VLSI Design G
Electromagnetic Compatibility
One course in any stream listed in Schedule A
Microengineering Technology
Engineering Research Practice
Optical Communications G
Engineering Minor Thesis 1
Engineering Minor Thesis 2
Digital Devices and Systems
Computer Hardware Design N
Two courses in any stream in Schedule A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
4.5
4.5
SCHEDULE A - Electives
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
Digital Image Processing and Computer Vision 4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Knowledge-Based Paradigms and their
Engineering Applications
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Advanced Power Electronics
Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Power System Operation and Control
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Computer Communications and Networks
Engineering Research Practice
Modern Communication Systems
Optical Communications G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
Group B (directed study mode)
Mobile Communications Fundamentals G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Intelligent Mobile Internet Services and
Wireless Infrastructure
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Microsystems Technology)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGEE
000575E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
$22000
$22000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of courses totalling 36 units and can be
completed within 1 year of full-time study.
Course name
Units
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Core
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
4.5
Microengineering Technology
4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Three courses from the list in Schedule A under
Microsystems Technology Stream courses.
One course form the list in Schedule A in any
stream.
SCHEDULE A - Electives
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
System Design Techniques
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Management
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Advanced Topics in Networks
Communication Systems Theory G
Computer Communications and Networks
Digital Modems
Digital Transmission G
Engineering Research Practice
Error Control Coding G
Information Theory G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group B
Mobile Communications
Fundamentals G
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B:
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
IT, Engineering and the Environment
The micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) is a
rapidly emerging chip technology that produces
micro-machines and structures the size of a grain
of sand. The development of MEMS combines
electrical, electronic, mechanical, optical, material,
chemical and fluids engineering disciplines.
Program requirements
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
77
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Microsystems Technology)
Program code
CRICOS code
LCEE
015037G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$11000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
The micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) is a
rapidly emerging chip technology that produces
micro-machines and structures the size of a grain
of sand. The development of MEMS combines
electrical, electronic, mechanical, optical, material,
chemical and fluids engineering disciplines.
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of courses totalling 18 units and can be
completed within 6 months of full-time study.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Core
Microengineering Technology
4.5
Intelligent and Digital Control
4.5
One course listed in Schedule A as Microsystems
Technology stream courses and one course listed in
Schedule A in any stream
SCHEDULE A - Electives
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
System Design Techniques
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Advanced Topics in Networks
Communication Systems Theory G
Computer Communications and Networks
Digital Modems
Digital Transmission G
Engineering Research Practice
Error Control Coding G
Information Theory G
Group B
Mobile Communications
Fundamentals G
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Intelligent Mobile Internet Services and
Wireless Infrastructure
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Important information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Master of Engineering (Telecommunications)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LMEE
048095C
1.5yrs
$22000
$33000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
Program overview
These programs cater for a wide range of
professionals in areas of the communications
industry including communications signal
processing, speech processing, modulation and
coding theory, mobile communication systems,
satellite communications, and computer and
telecommunication networks. During the last
decade there has been a huge global growth
in the telecommunications industry, particularly
in mobile communications and the Internet. We
are already seeing a convergence of these two
areas in third generation mobile systems. These
programs are strongly supported by UniSA’s
Institute for Telecommunications Research (ITR).
What will I study?
The Master Degree requires the completion of
courses totalling 54 units and can be completed
in 3 study periods over 1.5 academic years.
MLK
Program requirements
Course name
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Courses to the value of 27 units listed in Schedule
A as Telecommunications Stream courses
Engineering Research Practice
4.5
One course in any stream in Schedule A
Engineering Minor Thesis 1
9.0
Engineering Minor Thesis 2
9.0
OR Four courses in any stream listed in Schedule A
SCHEDULE A - Electives
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Computer Communications and Networks
Engineering Research Practice
Modern Communication Systems
Optical Communications G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
Group B
Mobile Communications Fundamentals G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Intelligent Mobile Internet Services and
Wireless Infrastructure
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
78
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
Digital Image Processing and Computer Vision 4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Knowledge-Based Paradigms and their
Engineering Applications
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Advanced Power Electronics
Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Power System Operation and Control
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Telecommunications)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGEE
000575E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
$22000
$22000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program requirements
Course name
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Courses to the value of 27 units listed in Schedule
A as Telecommunications Stream courses. Courses
to the value of 9 units in Schedule A in any stream.
SCHEDULE A - Electives
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Advanced Topics in Networks
Communication Systems Theory G
Computer Communications and Networks
Digital Modems
Digital Transmission G
Engineering Research Practice
Error Control Coding G
Information Theory G
Satellite Communications G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
Program overview
These programs cater for a wide range of
professionals in areas of the communications
industry including communications signal
processing, speech processing, modulation and
coding theory, mobile communication systems,
satellite communications, and computer and
telecommunication networks. During the last
decade there has been a huge global growth
in the telecommunications industry, particularly
in mobile communications and the Internet. We
are already seeing a convergence of these two
areas in third generation mobile systems. These
programs are strongly supported by UniSA’s
Institute for Telecommunications Research (ITR).
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of courses totalling 36 units and can be
completed within 1 year of full-time study.
Units
Group B
Mobile Communications
Fundamentals G
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Electrical and Information Engineering
Project 1 Honours
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Computational Physics Stream:
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
System Design Techniques
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for Systems
Engineering
Requirements Engineering
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Telecommunications)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LGEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of courses totalling 18 units and can be
completed within 6 months of full-time study.
Course name
Units
Four courses listed in Schedule A as
Telecommunications Stream courses (Group B)
SCHEDULE A - Electives
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group B
Mobile Communications Fundamentals G
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Intelligent Mobile Internet Services and
Wireless Infrastructure
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
IT, Engineering and the Environment
These programs cater for a wide range of
professionals in areas of the communications
industry including communications signal
processing, speech processing, modulation and
coding theory, mobile communication systems,
satellite communications, and computer and
telecommunication networks. During the last
decade there has been a huge global growth
in the telecommunications industry, particularly
in mobile communications and the Internet. We
are already seeing a convergence of these two
areas in third generation mobile systems. These
programs are strongly supported by UniSA’s
Institute for Telecommunications Research (ITR).
Program requirements
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
79
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Computational Physics)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
LCEE
015037G
0.5yrs
$11000
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
This program enhances engineers’career prospects
by developing their skills and knowledge related to
physical systems and the application of computers
(microprocessors) to this field of study. The
program is intended to cover the broad scope of
computational physics, from computer modelling
and simulation of physical systems to computer
interfacing for measurement and control.
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate in Engineering
(Computational Physics) requires the completion
of courses totalling 18 units and can be
completed within six months of full-time study.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Three courses listed in Schedule A as
Computational Physics stream courses. One course
listed in Schedule A in any stream.
SCHEDULE A Electives
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS STREAM
Computational Physics 1
Computer Measurement and Control in
Physical Systems
Computational Physics 2
Applied Physics Project A
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Computer Hardware Design N
4.5
System Design Techniques
4.5
Advanced Internet Technology
4.5
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
VLSI Design G
4.5
Computer Communications and Networks
4.5
Real-Time Systems and Control
4.5
ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING STREAM
Electrical Energy Systems
Intelligent and Digital Control
Mechatronics 2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Virtual Instrumentation Programming
Renewable Energy Systems
MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Introduction to Microelectromechanical
Systems
Microengineering Technology
VLSI Design G
Digital Devices and Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Optical Communications G
Computer Hardware Design N
System Design Techniques
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Practice 1
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
System Design Techniques
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Systems Engineering Analysis 1
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
Requirements Engineering
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STREAM
Group A
Advanced Internet Technology
Advanced Topics in Networks
Communication Systems Theory G
Computer Communications and Networks
Digital Modems
Digital Transmission G
Engineering Research Practice
Error Control Coding G
Information Theory G
Speech Processing G
System Design Techniques
Telecommunication Networks M
Master of Engineering (Transport Systems Engineering)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
IMEN
051833C
1.5yrs
$22000
$33000
SP2 or SP5
CEA
Program overview
These programs are designed to provide expertise
in the planning and management of transport
systems. They offer continuing education for
graduate students with professional interests in
the area of transport systems engineering and
planning. The Masters and Graduate Diploma
programs provide students with sound knowledge
across the broad field of transport engineering and
planning. Graduates of the Masters program will
have also demonstrated a capacity to undertake
independent study and research and have the
ability to report in detail on research investigations.
The Graduate Certificate program is designed
to provide sound knowledge in a specialist
field in transport engineering and planning.
What will I study?
The Master degree requires the completion of
courses comprising 54 units. The Master degree
requires the completion of courses totalling 36
units of which at least 18 units must be from Core
courses in a particular discipline area. The formal
study component requires a research thesis which
includes Minor Thesis TS1 and Minor Thesis TS2, and
can be completed in 1.5 years of full-time study.
Program requirements
Course name
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
Electives
Case Studies in Transport
Directed Project in Transport
ITS Technology and Integration
Geo-Spatial Applic in Transportation
Transport and Logistics
Transport Economics
Transport, Land Use and Environment N
Transport and Planning
Transport Policy
Transport Systems Planning
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a
degree in a relevant discipline, or equivalent
qualification. Normally, this qualification
will be an engineering degree.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
80
Units
Core
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
Road Safety Engineering
Traffic Systems Engineering N
Transport Data Analysis and Statistics
Transport Network Analysis N
Transport Survey Methods
Engineering Research Methods
Minor Thesis TS 1
Minor Thesis TS 2
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group B
Mobile Communications
Fundamentals G
Radio Technology Fundamentals G
GSM and Cellular Systems G
WCDMA for Third Generation Mobile
Communications G
Intelligent Mobile Internet Services and
Wireless Infrastructure
TEST AND EVALUATION STREAM
Group A
Principles of Systems Engineering
Principles of Test and Evaluation N
Design and Analysis of Experiments, Tests
and Trials
Operational Test and Evaluation
Group B
Engineering Research Practice
Introduction to Law for Test and Evaluation
Software Test and Evaluation
Modelling and Simulation for
Systems Engineering
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a degree
in a relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
Entry is competitive and experience in engineering
and information technology and completion of
professional qualifications will be taken into account.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Transport Systems Engineering)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
IGER
040659C
1yr
$22000
$22000
SP2 or SP5
CEA
Program overview
This program provides expertise in the planning
and management of transport systems. They offer
continuing education for graduate students with
professional interests in the area of transport
systems engineering and planning. The Masters and
Graduate Diploma programs provide students with
sound knowledge across the broad field of transport
engineering and planning. Graduates of the Masters
program will have also demonstrated a capacity
to undertake independent study and research and
have the ability to report in detail on research
investigations. The Graduate Certificate program is
designed to provide sound knowledge in a specialist
field in transport engineering and planning..
What will I study?
The Master degree requires the completion of
courses comprising 54 units. The Master degree
requires the completion of courses totalling 36
units of which at least 18 units must be from Core
courses in a particular discipline area. The formal
study component requires a research thesis which
includes Minor Thesis TS1 and Minor Thesis TS2.
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of appropriate courses totalling 36 units of which
at least 18 units must be from Core courses
in a particular engineering discipline area. The
Graduate Certificate requires the completion of
appropriate courses totalling 18 units of which
at least nine units must be from Core courses
in a particular engineering discipline area.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
Road Safety Engineering
Traffic Systems Engineering N
Transport Data Analysis and Statistics
Transport Network Analysis N
Transport Survey Methods
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Electives
Case Studies in Transport
Directed Project in Transport
ITS Technology and Integration
Geo-Spatial Applic in Transportation
Transport and Logistics
Transport Economics
Transport, Land Use and Environment N
Transport and Planning
Transport Policy
Transport Systems Planning
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a
degree in a relevant discipline, or equivalent
qualification. Normally, this qualification
will be an engineering degree.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Engineering (Transport Systems Engineering)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
ICER
040656F
0.5yrs
$11000
SP2 or SP5
CEA
Program overview
Course name
Important information
Units
Core
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
Road Safety Engineering
Traffic Systems Engineering N
Transport Data Analysis and Statistics
Transport Network Analysis N
Transport Survey Methods
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Electives
Case Studies in Transport
Directed Project in Transport
ITS Technology and Integration
Geo-Spatial Applic in Transportation
Transport and Logistics
Transport Economics
Transport, Land Use and Environment N
Transport and Planning
Transport Policy
Transport Systems Planning
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a
degree in a relevant discipline, or equivalent
qualification. Normally, this qualification
will be an engineering degree.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
IT, Engineering and the Environment
This program provides students with expertise
in the planning and management of transport
systems. They offer continuing education for
graduate students with professional interests in
the area of transport systems engineering and
planning. The Masters and Graduate Diploma
programs provide students with sound knowledge
across the broad field of transport engineering and
planning. Graduates of the Masters program will
have also demonstrated a capacity to undertake
independent study and research and have the
ability to report in detail on research investigations.
The Graduate Certificate program is designed
to provide sound knowledge in a specialist
field in transport engineering and planning.
Program requirements
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Master of Engineering (Manufacturing Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LMEN
048506M
1.5yrs
$21000
$31500
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
These programs prepare students to better meet the
challenges of the workplace and contribute to the
shaping of new directions in society. They enhance
career opportunities, enabling students to upgrade
their knowledge and skills or to acquire high-level
skills in manufacturing. The programs also help
students to sharpen their intellect and develop
communication, analytical and reasoning skills, and
the ability to work in team environments. Graduates
will be prepared for a career in business, government
and industry, and research-related professions.
What will I study?
The Master of Engineering requires the completion
of courses comprising 54 units, of which 36
units must be chosen from either the Advanced
Manufacturing Technology or the Manufacturing
Management stream. The study program will
consist of eight courses and Manufacturing Minor
Thesis 1 and 2, or ten courses and Cases in
Manufacturing and Technology Management.
Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
Manufacturing Management
Core
Engineering Research Methods
4.5
Electives
Economic Decisions in
Engineering Management
Energy Management for Sustainability
Leadership of the Future in Manufacturing
and Management
Manufacturing Minor Thesis 1
Manufacturing Minor Thesis 2
Manufacturing Systems and Strategies
Project Planning and Control G
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
Total Quality Management
Cases in Manufacturing and
Technology Management
Applicants would normally have completed a
degree in a relevant discipline, or equivalent
qualification. Normally, this qualification
will be an engineering degree.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Electives
Artificial Intelligence in
Manufacturing Engineering
Design for Six Sigma
Machine Vision Systems and
Engineering Control
Intelligent Design and Manufacturing
Logistics Engineering G
Manufacturing Minor Thesis 1
Manufacturing Minor Thesis 2
Operations Management Systems
Robotics and Automation
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
Cases in Manufacturing and
Technology Management
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Manufacturing Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGEG
050785C
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
$21000
$21000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
These programs prepare students to better meet the
challenges of the workplace and contribute to the
shaping of new directions in society. They enhance
career opportunities, enabling students to upgrade
their knowledge and skills or to acquire high-level
skills in manufacturing. The programs also help
students to sharpen their intellect and develop
communication, analytical and reasoning skills, and
the ability to work in team environments. Graduates
will be prepared for a career in business, government
and industry, and research-related professions.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires students to
complete appropriate courses totalling 36
units, of which at least 22.5 units must be from
their stream choice (Advanced Manufacturing
Technology or Manufacturing Management).
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Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT STREAM
Economic Decisions in
Engineering Management
Energy Management for Sustainability
Advanced Manufacturing
Technology Evaluation
Leadership of the Future in Manufacturing
and Management
Manufacturing Systems and Strategies
Project Planning and Control G
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
Total Quality Management
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Artificial Intelligence in
Manufacturing Engineering
Design for Six Sigma
Machine Vision Systems and
Engineering Control
Engineering Research Methods
Intelligent Design and Manufacturing
Logistics Engineering G
Operations Management Systems
Robotics and Automation
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a
degree in a relevant discipline, or equivalent
qualification. Normally, this qualification
will be an engineering degree.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Engineering (Advanced Manufacturing Technology)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LMEN
048506M
1.5yrs
$21000
$31500
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
These programs prepare students to better meet the
challenges of the workplace and contribute to the
shaping of new directions in society. They enhance
career opportunities, enabling students to upgrade
their knowledge and skills or to acquire high-level
skills in manufacturing. The programs also help
students to sharpen their intellect and develop
communication, analytical and reasoning skills, and
the ability to work in team environments. Graduates
will be prepared for a career in business, government
and industry, and research-related professions.
What will I study?
The Master of Engineering requires the completion
of courses comprising 54 units, of which 36
units must be chosen from either the Advanced
Manufacturing Technology or the Manufacturing
Management stream. The study program will
consist of eight courses and Manufacturing Minor
Thesis 1 and 2, or ten courses and Cases in
Manufacturing and Technology Management.
Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Core
Engineering Research Methods
4.5
Electives
Artificial Intelligence in
Manufacturing Engineering
Design for Six Sigma
Machine Vision Systems and
Engineering Control
Intelligent Design and Manufacturing
Logistics Engineering G
Manufacturing Minor Thesis 1
Manufacturing Minor Thesis 2
Operations Management Systems
Robotics and Automation
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
Cases in Manufacturing and
Technology Management
Applicants would normally have completed a
degree in a relevant discipline, or equivalent
qualification. Normally, this qualification
will be an engineering degree.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
Manufacturing Management
Electives
Economic Decisions in
Engineering Management
Energy Management for Sustainability
Leadership of the Future in Manufacturing
and Management
Manufacturing Minor Thesis 1
Manufacturing Minor Thesis 2
Manufacturing Systems and Strategies
Project Planning and Control G
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
Total Quality Management
Cases in Manufacturing and
Technology Management
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Advanced Manufacturing Technology)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGEG
050785C
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
$21000
$21000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires students to
complete appropriate courses totalling 36
units, of which at least 22.5 units must be from
their stream choice (Advanced Manufacturing
Technology or Manufacturing Management).
Course name
Important information
Units
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Artificial Intelligence in
Manufacturing Engineering
Design for Six Sigma
Machine Vision Systems and
Engineering Control
Engineering Research Methods
Intelligent Design and Manufacturing
Logistics Engineering G
Operations Management Systems
Robotics and Automation
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT STREAM
Economic Decisions in
Engineering Management
Energy Management for Sustainability
Engineering Research Methods
Leadership of the Future in Manufacturing
and Management
Manufacturing Systems and Strategies
Project Planning and Control G
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
Total Quality Management
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a
degree in a relevant discipline, or equivalent
qualification. Normally, this qualification
will be an engineering degree.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
IT, Engineering and the Environment
These programs prepare students to better meet the
challenges of the workplace and contribute to the
shaping of new directions in society. They enhance
career opportunities, enabling students to upgrade
their knowledge and skills or to acquire high-level
skills in manufacturing. The programs also help
students to sharpen their intellect and develop
communication, analytical and reasoning skills, and
the ability to work in team environments. Graduates
will be prepared for a career in business, government
and industry, and research-related professions.
Program requirements
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
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Graduate Certificate of Engineering (Advanced Manufacturing Technology),
(Manufacturing Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGEN
048571B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$10500
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
These programs prepare students to better meet the
challenges of the workplace and contribute to the
shaping of new directions in society. They enhance
career opportunities, enabling students to upgrade
their knowledge and skills or to acquire high-level
skills in manufacturing. The programs also help
students to sharpen their intellect and develop
communication, analytical and reasoning skills, and
the ability to work in team environments. Graduates
will be prepared for a career in business, government
and industry, and research-related professions.
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate requires students
to complete appropriate courses totalling
18 units, of courses from their stream choice
(Advanced Manufacturing Technology
or Manufacturing Management).
Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Artificial Intelligence in
Manufacturing Engineering
Design for Six Sigma
Machine Vision Systems and
Engineering Control
Engineering Research Methods
Intelligent Design and Manufacturing
Logistics Engineering G
Operations Management Systems
Robotics and Automation
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a
degree in a relevant discipline, or equivalent
qualification. Normally, this qualification
will be an engineering degree.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT STREAM
Economic Decisions in
Engineering Management
Energy Management for Sustainability
Engineering Research Methods
Leadership of the Future in Manufacturing
and Management
Manufacturing Systems and Strategies
Project Planning and Control G
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
Total Quality Management
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
LMSU
057808M
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$19500
Total program fee (A$)
$29250
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
These programs have been tailored specifically to
develop future leaders in this emerging industry, and
to address the challenging demands of the global
economy. Designed with both the individual and
organisations in mind, the programs encompass key
topics such as enterprise resource planning, network
design, operations management, logistics, inventory
management, economic decision-making, total
quality management, project planning and supply
chain management. They will provide graduates
with an advanced understanding of principles and
practice in logistics and supply chain management,
knowledge of tools and techniques, and the skills
to apply this to analyse and provide solutions to
industry. The program incorporates standard industry
software and models used by many consulting
companies for global and site-specific projects
in supply chain integration and improvement.
What will I study?
The Master program requires the completion of
courses totalling 54 units, comprising two Core
courses and nine elective courses and can be
completed within 1.5 years of full-time study.
Students can integrate and apply their knowledge
and skills to examine and evaluate case studies.
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Program requirements
Course name
Core
Supply Chain Management G
Cases in Logistics and Supply Chain
Electives
Economic Decisions in
Engineering Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
Integrated Logistics Management G
Inventory Management
Logistics Engineering G
Operations Management Systems
Project Planning and Control G
Special Topics in Logistics and Supply
Chain Management
Supply Chain Design and Management
Supply Chain Management and
Competitive Advantage
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
Systems Approach to Supply
Chain Management
Total Quality Management
Warehousing and Inventory Management G
International Logistics Global Supply Chain
Procurement and Purchasing Management G
Six Sigma for the Supply Chain
Logistics and Transport Systems
Important information
Units
4.5
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
0.0
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed
a relevant bachelor degree, or equivalent
qualification, or relevant Graduate Certificate,
or Graduate Diploma to qualify for admission.
The courses Supply Chain Management G and
Cases in Logistics and Supply Chain are compulsory.
Depending on demand, not all elective courses
in the schedule may be offered in any one year.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
LGSU
057809K
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
These programs have been tailored specifically to
develop future leaders in this emerging industry, and
to address the challenging demands of the global
economy. Designed with both the individual and
organisations in mind, the programs encompass key
topics such as enterprise resource planning, network
design, operations management, logistics, inventory
management, economic decision-making, total
quality management, project planning and supply
chain management. They will provide graduates
with an advanced understanding of principles and
practice in logistics and supply chain management,
knowledge of tools and techniques, and the skills
to apply this to analyse and provide solutions to
industry. The program incorporates standard industry
software and models used by many consulting
companies for global and site-specific projects
in supply chain integration and improvement.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of courses totalling 36 units, consisting of one
Core course and seven elective courses, and can
be completed within one year of full-time study.
Students can integrate and apply their knowledge
and skills to examine and evaluate case studies.
Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
Core
Supply Chain Management G
Electives
Economic Decisions in
Engineering Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
Integrated Logistics Management G
Logistics Engineering G
Operations Management Systems
Project Planning and Control G
Special Topics in Logistics and Supply
Chain Management
Supply Chain Design and Management
Supply Chain Management and
Competitive Advantage
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
Systems Approach to Supply
Chain Management
Total Quality Management
Warehousing and Inventory Management G
International Logistics: Global Supply Chain
Procurement and Purchasing Management G
Six Sigma for the Supply Chain
Logistics and Transport Systems
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed
a relevant bachelor degree, or equivalent
qualifications, or relevant Graduate
Certificate for entry to the program.
The course Supply Chain Management G is
compulsory. Depending on demand, not all courses
in the schedule may be offered in any one year.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
LCSU
057810F
0.5yrs
$9750
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of Core courses totalling 18 units and can be
completed within six months of full-time study.
Students can integrate and apply their knowledge
and skills to examine and evaluate case studies.
Course name
Core
Supply Chain Management G
Electives
Economic Decisions in
Engineering Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
Integrated Logistics Management G
Logistics Engineering G
Operations Management Systems
Project Planning and Control G
Special Topics in Logistics and Supply
Chain Management
Supply Chain Design and Management
Supply Chain Management and
Competitive Advantage
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation G
Systems Approach to Supply
Chain Management
Total Quality Management
Warehousing and Inventory Management G
International Logistics: Global Supply Chain
Procurement and Purchasing Management G
Six Sigma for the Supply Chain
Logistics and Transport Systems
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed
a relevant bachelor degree, or equivalent
qualification. Applicants with lower qualifications
will be assessed on a case-by-case basis
based on relevant work experience.
The course Supply Chain Management G is
compulsory. Depending on demand, not all courses
in the schedule may be offered in any one year.
Subject to market demand, other courses may be
selected with the approval of the Program Director.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
IT, Engineering and the Environment
These programs have been tailored specifically to
develop future leaders in this emerging industry, and
to address the challenging demands of the global
economy. Designed with both the individual and
organisations in mind, the programs encompass key
topics such as enterprise resource planning, network
design, operations management, logistics, inventory
management, economic decision-making, total
quality management, project planning and supply
chain management. They will provide graduates
with an advanced understanding of principles and
practice in logistics and supply chain management,
knowledge of tools and techniques, and the skills
to apply this to analyse and provide solutions to
industry. The program incorporates standard industry
software and models used by many consulting
companies for global and site-specific projects
in supply chain integration and improvement.
Program requirements
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
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Graduate Certificate in Professional Engineering Practice
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
LCPE
065559A
0.5yrs
$11000
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Professional recognition
As a postgraduate qualification, this program
is not subject to professional accreditation.
However, the accrediting body will consider the
attributes gained within a combined program
comprising a Bachelor of Engineering and the
Graduate Certificate program, and acknowledge
this in its statement of accreditation.
Program requirements
Course name
FIRST YEAR
Professional Engineering Practice E
Structured Engineering Work Placement
Professional Engineering Practice E
Structured Engineering Work Placement
Units
4.5
13.5
4.5
13.5
Important information
A completed Bachelor of Engineering degree
from a recognised higher education institution
or equivalent; orSuccessful completion of at
least 99 units of a Bachelor of Engineering
degree at the University of South Australia in
which the student is currently enrolled.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Doctor of Information Technology Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
DPTM
064450M
3yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20000
Total program fee (A$)
$60000
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
Core
FIRST YEAR
Elective 1
Elective 2
Elective 3
Elective 4
Elective 5
Elective 6
Elective 7
Elective 8
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
ICT Case Studies
ICT Leadership
ICT Architecture, Governance and Standards
ICT Transformation and Innovation
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
THIRD YEAR
ICT Procurement and Vendor Management 9.0
ICT Case Study Development 1
9.0
ICT Case Publication 1
9.0
ICT Case Publication 2
9.0
Electives
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Data Quality M
4.5
Managing Networks and
Telecommunications M
4.5
Information Security Management M
4.5
Strategic Planning and Management of
e-Enterprises
4.5
Contemporary Issues in IT M
4.5
Information and Systems for Competitive
Advantage M
4.5
Information Systems Development
Methodologies M
4.5
Consultancy Practice M
4.5
Engaging with the Client M
4.5
Special Topic in Information Systems M
4.5
Collaborative Information Systems M
4.5
Information Technology Strategy and
Management M
4.5
Knowledge Management in Organisations M 4.5
Organisational e-Transformation
4.5
Information Governance
4.5
Process Innovation and IT Management
4.5
Enterprise Architectures M
4.5
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Applicants should have completed an Honours
degree; or Bachelors degree with honours of at
least 2A standard in a related discipline; or an
appropriate Masters Degree; or equivalent and
5 years professional experience in a relevant
industry; and Applicants will normally be required
to have access to an organisation within which the
required case based research can be undertaken.
Applicants are required to submit as part of
their admission application a letter from their
chosen organisation authorising the applicant
to undertake research on their company for the
duration of the applicants program of study.
Doctor of Information Technology
Program code
CRICOS code
LPIN
059070K
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
3yrs
$20000
$60000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
CIS Research Methods
Professional Seminar 1
OR CIS Elective
Professional Seminar 2
OR CIS Elective
Professional Seminar 2
OR CIS Elective
Analysis and Critique of Computer Science and
Information Systems Research-based Literature
Professional Seminar OR CIS Elective
Professional Seminar 5
OR CIS Elective
Professional Seminar 6
OR CIS Elective
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
Information Technology Thesis 1
Information Technology Thesis 2
18.0
18.0
THIRD YEAR
Information Technology Thesis 3
Information Technology Thesis 4
Electives Advanced Computing Seminar
Computer and Network Security M
Consultancy Practice M
Contemporary Issues in IT M
Collaborative Information Systems M
18.0
18.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Data Quality M
4.5
Databases M
4.5
E-Commerce Technology M
4.5
Engaging with the Client M
4.5
Enterprise Architectures M
4.5
Information Governance
4.5
Information Security Management M
4.5
Information Systems Development
Methodologies M
4.5
Managing Networks and
Telecommunications M
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Information Technology Strategy and
Management M
4.5
Enterprise Systems using SAP M
4.5
Inter-enterprise Computing M
4.5
Introduction to E-Business M
4.5
Knowledge Management in Organisations M 4.5
Managing Networks and
Telecommunications M
4.5
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
4.5
Network Architecture and Realisation M
4.5
Network Technology M
4.5
Objects and Algorithms M
4.5
Organisational e-Transformation
4.5
Process Innovation and IT Management
4.5
Special Topic in Information Systems M
4.5
Strategic Planning and Management
of e-Enterprises
4.5
System Development M
4.5
Professional Topics in Augmented Reality
4.5
Professional Topics in Computer Science
4.5
Professional Topics in Data and
Web-Engineering
4.5
Professional Topics in Datamining
4.5
Professional Topics in e-Commerce
4.5
Professional Topics in Health Informatics
4.5
Professional Topics in Intelligent Systems
Professional Topics in Knowledge,
Representation and Reasoning
Professional Topics in Networking
Professional Topics in Security Architecture
Professional Topics in Workflow
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
0.0
PROFESSIONAL SEMINARS
(see notes 1, 2 and 3)
Professional Seminar 1
Professional Seminar 2
Professional Seminar 3
Professional Seminar 4
Professional Seminar 5
Professional Seminar 6
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Important information
Applicants for admission to candidature for the
Doctorate of Information Technology must satisfy the
Research Committee of competence to undertake
a higher degree by research by: holding or being
eligible to hold from an approved higher education
institution an award which is assessed by this
University as being equivalent to: (d) an honours
degree or a bachelors degree with honours of at
least 2A standard, or (e) an appropriate masters
degree, or (f) holding such other qualifications
as are acceptable to the School of Computer
and Information Science, Research Committee.
In such cases, the applicant must satisfy the
committee of fitness to undertake advanced work
on the basis of achievement in, and relevance of,
previous higher education studies, professional
experience or published research work. There
will normally be an additional requirement of
five years practice in Information Technology.
Elective courses and professional seminars
listed in the Program Schedule will be offered
subject to student demand and staff availability.
Students who enrol into this program will not
be required to identify a supervisor or submit
a one page topic with their application, but
will be required to select a topic area from
one of the School’s research laboratories.
Master of Information Technology
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LMIF
048092F
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
Professional recognition
This program has been accredited by
the Australian Computer Society.
What will I study?
The Master of Information Technology requires
the completion of 54 units of study and can be
completed within 1.5 years of full-time study.
Course name
Important information
Units
Core
Academic Skills for IT Professionals
4.5
Fundamentals of Information Technology M
4.5
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
4.5
Java Programming G
9.0
Java as a Second Language
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Network Technology M
4.5
Databases M
4.5
System Development M
4.5
Electives
Advanced Human Computer Interaction
Data and Web Mining
E-Commerce Technology M
Health Information Systems
Health Information Technology
Information Security Management M
Inter-enterprise Computing M
Introduction to E-Business M
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
Mobile Applications Development
Mobile Enterprise Workshop
Network Architecture and Realisation M
Objects and Algorithms M
Project Management for Software
Engineering M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a
bachelor degree in a non computing discipline
or equivalent qualification. Applicants who have
completed the Graduate Diploma in Information
or the Graduate Certificate in Information
Technology with a Grade Point Average of 5
or higher will also be eligible for entry.
The course Academic Skills for IT Professionals,
offered in two study periods per year, must be
taken in the first available study period of the
program, and if failed, must be repeated in
successive study periods until passed. A student
who enters the program with the required skills
(as determined by the Course Coordinator) will
negotiate with the relevant Program Director the
substitution of this Core course with an elective.
IT, Engineering and the Environment
These programs provide an introductory
postgraduate education to graduates of a noncomputing discipline looking for a career in IT. It
also provides flexibility for students to broaden
the scope of their learning and build upon existing
qualifications with IT skills. This program offers
flexible study pathway options, allowing students
to progress from the Graduate Certificate and
Graduate Diploma to the Master program.
Program requirements
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
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Graduate Diploma in Information Technology
Program code
CRICOS code
LGIF
036277G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$19500
Total program fee (A$)
$19500
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
These programs provide an introductory
postgraduate education to graduates of a noncomputing discipline looking for a career in IT. It
also provides flexibility for students to broaden
the scope of their learning and build upon existing
qualifications with IT skills. This program offers
flexible study pathway options, allowing students
to progress from the Graduate Certificate and
Graduate Diploma to the Master program.
Professional recognition
This program has been accredited by
the Australian Computer Society.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of courses totalling 36 units and can be
completed within one year of full-time study.
Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
Core
Academic Skills for IT Professionals
Fundamentals of Information Technology M
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
Java Programming G
Java as a Second Language
Information Technology Project
Management M
Network Technology M
Databases M
System Development M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a
bachelor degree in a non computing discipline
or equivalent qualification. Applicants who have
completed the Graduate Certificate in Information
Technology with a Grade Point Average of 5
or higher will also be eligible for entry.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Electives
Advanced Human Computer Interaction
Data and Web Mining
Health Information Systems
Health Information Technology
Information Security Management M
Inter-enterprise Computing M
Introduction to E-Business M
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
Mobile Applications Development
Mobile Enterprise Workshop
Network Architecture and Realisation M
Objects and Algorithms M
E-Commerce Technology M
Project Management for Software
Engineering M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
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4.5
4.5
Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
LCIF
036273M
0.5yrs
$9750
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
These programs provide an introductory
postgraduate education to graduates of a noncomputing discipline looking for a career in IT. It
also provides flexibility for students to broaden
the scope of their learning and build upon existing
qualifications with IT skills. This program offers
flexible study pathway options, allowing students
to progress from the Graduate Certificate and
Graduate Diploma to the Master program.
Professional recognition
This program has been accredited by
the Australian Computer Society.
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
requires the completion of courses totalling 18 units
(to be selected from the courses listed) and can be
completed within one study period of full-time study.
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Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
Core
Fundamentals of Information Technology M
4.5
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
4.5
Java Programming G
9.0
Java as a Second Language
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Network Technology M
4.5
Databases M
4.5
System Development M
4.5
Electives
Advanced Human Computer Interaction
Data and Web Mining
Introduction to E-Business M
Health Information Systems
Health Information Technology
Information Security Management M
Inter-enterprise Computing M
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
Mobile Applications Development
Mobile Enterprise Workshop
Network Architecture and Realisation M
Objects and Algorithms M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a
bachelor degree in a non computing discipline,
or equivalent qualification or a minimum of
6 years relevant professional experience.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Science (Computer and Information Science)
Program code
CRICOS code
LMCP
048093E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20000
Total program fee (A$)
$30000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
This program prepares students for research
degree studies or industry employment in
computing or information technology by providing
advanced coursework and a minor thesis in
Computer and Information Science. Applicants
should have an undergraduate degree in
computer and information science or a related
discipline. Applicants should have completed
their undergraduate degree with a grade point
average (GPA) equivalent to 5 or higher, or at a
level equivalent to an Australian honours degree.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core
CIS Research Methods
Masters Computing Minor Thesis 1
Masters Computing Minor Thesis 2
4.5
9.0
9.0
Electives
Group A
C++ and Quality Engineering
Computer Graphics
Introduction to E-Business M
E-Commerce Technology M
Information Security Management M
Inter-enterprise Computing M
Introduction to Formal Methods
Java as a Second Language
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Professional recognition
This program has been accredited by
the Australian Computer Society.
Group B
Advanced Computing Seminar
Advanced Human Computer Interaction
Computer and Network Security M
Collaborative Information Systems M
Advanced Knowledge Representation
Data and Web Mining
Forensic Computing: Tools, Techniques
and Investigations
Health Information Systems
Health Information Technology
Mobile Applications Development
Mobile Enterprise Workshop
Network Architecture and Realisation M
Parallel Reconfigurable and Cluster Computing
Secure e-Commerce
Software Architecture and Software
Engineering for Web-based Applications
Virtual Reality
Workflow Management
Important information
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4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
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4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have one of the following
qualifications for entry to the program:a bachelor
degree in Computer and Information Science or
Information Technology, or a related discipline, or
equivalent qualification, with a Grade Point Average
(GPA) of 5 or above, or equivalent; or an honours
degree in computer and information science or
Information Technology or a related discipline;
or a masters degree or graduate diploma in a
computing related discipline where: (a) there is an
appropriate amount of advanced-level coursework
as per the list below; and/or (b) the candidate has
appropriate relevant experience in the Computing
industry; an overseas qualification assessed as
equivalent to one of the aboveApplicants must have
passed coursework with the following content:
Intermediate programming in Java, C or C++ Data
structures in Java, C or C ++ Database Technology
- SQL, ER modelling or UML Systems analysis
and design Basic networking skills Computer
systems architecture or Operating systems
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
What will I study?
The Master of Science (Computer and
Information Science) requires the completion
of courses totalling 54 units and includes a
compulsory 18-unit thesis component.
Master of Information and Communications Technology Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LMCT
048097A
1.5yrs
$20000
$30000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
This program develops expertise designing,
planning, evaluating and managing information
and communications technology systems (ICT)
for industry, business or public administration.
To enter this program, students will need an
undergraduate degree in any discipline.
This program has been accredited by
the Australian Computer Society.
What will I study?
The Master of Information and Communications
Technology Management requires the completion
of courses totalling 54 units. The program has a
broad range of material related to the technical
and managerial skills required by ICT managers,
encompassing computer science, e-commerce,
information systems and applied computing
disciplines. The computer science and applied
computing curriculum includes object-oriented
technology, networking and database skills.
Information systems concentrates on the planning
and design of large systems and projects, and
people-orientated skills including collaboration,
management and consultancy processes.
Course name
Important information
Units
Core
Academic Skills for IT Professionals
4.5
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
4.5
Databases M
4.5
Information Security Management M
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Contemporary Issues in IT M
4.5
Managing Networks and
Telecommunications M
4.5
Systems Analysis M
4.5
Electives
Business Intelligence and Enterprise
Data Mining
Collaborative Information Systems M
Consultancy Practice M
Data and Web Mining
E-Commerce Technology M
Engaging with the Client M
Fundamentals of Information Technology M
ICT Masters Professional Project 1
Information and Systems for Competitive
Advantage M
Information Systems Development
Methodologies M
Information Technology Strategy and
Management M
Enterprise Systems using SAP M
Introduction to E-Business M
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
Mobile Applications Development
Mobile Enterprise Workshop
Network Technology M
Organisational e-Transformation
Special Topic in Information Systems M
Applicants would normally have completed a
bachelor degree in any discipline or equivalent.
Applicants who have completed the Graduate
Diploma in Information or the Graduate Certificate
in Information Technology with a Grade Point
Average of 5 or higher will also be eligible for entry.
The course Academic Skills for IT Professionals,
offered in two study periods per year, must be
taken in the first available study period of the
program, and if failed, must be repeated in
successive study periods until passed. A student
who enters the program with the required skills
(as determined by the Course Coordinator) will
negotiate with the relevant Program Director the
substitution of this Core course with an elective.
For further information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
IT, Engineering and the Environment
Professional recognition
Program requirements
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
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Master of Professional Computing
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LMPR
052349G
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
These programs are designed to develop the
knowledge and skills required in a modern
business context. Students can choose from
a variety of advanced courses to achieve an
optimal blend of information technology and
information systems skills linked to management
to enhance expected career targets. Applicants
should have a degree, equivalent to an Australian
bachelor degree, with a strong major in
information technology or computer science.
Professional recognition
This program has been accredited by
the Australian Computer Society.
What will I study?
The Master of Professional Computing requires
the completion of courses totalling 54 units and
can be completed within one-and-a-half years of
full-time study. A compulsory part of the degree is
nine units (or optionally 18 units) of project work.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core
Academic Skills for IT Professionals
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
ICT Masters Project 1
9.0
ICT Masters Project 2
9.0
OR ICT Masters Professional Project 1
9.0
Electives
Group 1
C++ and Quality Engineering
Computer Graphics
Contemporary Issues in IT M
Databases M
Introduction to E-Business M
E-Commerce Technology M
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
Information Security Management M
Inter-enterprise Computing M
Introduction to Formal Methods
Java as a Second Language
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
Network Technology M
Objects and Algorithms M
Systems Analysis M
System Development M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group 2
Advanced Computing Seminar
Advanced Human Computer Interaction
Computer and Network Security M
Advanced Knowledge Representation
Business Intelligence and Enterprise
Data Mining
Data and Web Mining
Forensic Computing: Tools, Techniques and
Investigations
Health Information Systems
Health Information Technology
Mobile Applications Development
Mobile Enterprise Workshop
Parallel Reconfigurable and Cluster Computing
Secure e-Commerce
Software Architecture and Software
Engineering for Web-based Applications
Virtual Reality
Workflow Management
Group 3
Consultancy Practice M
Collaborative Information Systems M
Information Technology Strategy and
Management M
Information Systems Development
Methodologies M
Enterprise Systems using SAP M
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Managing Networks and
Telecommunications M
Organisational e-Transformation
Important information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a
bachelor degree in Computer and Information
Science or Information Technology, or equivalent
qualification. Applicants must have passed
coursework covering at least 6 areas which
contain the following content (or have equivalent
industrial experience):Intermediate programming
in Java, C, C++ Data structures in Java, C, or C++
Database Technology - SQL, ER modelling or UML
Systems analysis and design Basic networking skills
Computer systems architecture Systems development
and project management methods Information
management and database design Use of
Information Systems in contemporary organisations
Strategic management of Information Systems
The course Academic Skills for IT Professionals,
offered in two study periods per year, must be
taken in the first available study period of the
program, and if failed, must be repeated in
successive study periods until passed. A student
who enters the program with the required skills
(as determined by the Course Coordinator) will
negotiate with the relevant Program Director the
substitution of this Core course with an elective.
For further information
4.5
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Professional Computing
Program code
CRICOS code
LGPR
052351B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
These programs are designed to develop the
knowledge and skills required in a modern
business context. Students can choose from
a variety of advanced courses to achieve an
optimal blend of information technology and
information systems skills linked to management
to enhance expected career targets. Applicants
should have a degree, equivalent to an Australian
bachelor degree, with a strong major in
information technology or computer science.
Professional recognition
This program has been accredited by
the Australian Computer Society.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of courses totalling 36 units and can be
completed within one year of full-time study.
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Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Electives
Group 1
C++ and Quality Engineering
Computer Graphics
Contemporary Issues in IT M
Databases M
Introduction to E-Business M
E-Commerce Technology M
Information Security Management M
Inter-enterprise Computing M
Introduction to Formal Methods
Java as a Second Language
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
Network Technology M
Objects and Algorithms M
System Development M
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
Systems Analysis M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Group 2
Advanced Computing Seminar
Advanced Human Computer Interaction
Business Intelligence and Enterprise
Data Mining
Computer and Network Security M
Data and Web Mining
Forensic Computing: Tools, Techniques
and Investigations
Health Information Systems
Health Information Technology
Mobile Applications Development
Mobile Enterprise Workshop
Parallel Reconfigurable and Cluster Computing
Secure e-Commerce
Software Architecture and Software
Engineering for Web-based Applications
Virtual Reality
Workflow Management
Group 3
Information Systems Development
Methodologies M
Enterprise Systems using SAP M
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Managing Networks and
Telecommunications M
Consultancy Practice M
Collaborative Information Systems M
Organisational e-Transformation
Information Technology Strategy and
Management M
Important information
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4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Applicants would normally have completed a
bachelor degree in Computer and Information
Science or Information Technology, or equivalent
qualification. Applicants must have passed
coursework covering at least 6 areas which contain
the following content (or have equivalent industrial
experience) Intermediate programming in Java,
C or C++; Data structures in Java, C, or C++;
Database Technology - SQL; ER modelling or UML;
Systems analysis and design; Basic networking skills;
Computer systems architecture;Systems development
and project management methods; Information
Management and database design; Use of
Information Systems in contemporary organisations;
Strategic Management of Information Systems.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of e-Commerce
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
DMEC
041699J
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$19500
Total program fee (A$)
$29250
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CWE
Program overview
This program provide graduates with the skills
to identify, evaluate, develop and manage
e-commerce projects, develop leadership,
teamwork and communication skills, and
develop intellectual and professional
independence. Students will develop practical
skills and knowledge in project management and
communication through e-commerce projects.
Program requirements
Course name
Core
Academic Skills for IT Professionals
Information Security Management M
E-Commerce Technology M
Introduction to E-Business M
Organisational e-Transformation
ICT Masters Professional Project 1
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
Electives
Accounting for Management M
4.5
Advanced Human Computer Interaction
4.5
Advanced Marketing
4.5
Business Intelligence and Enterprise
Data Mining
4.5
Collaborative Information Systems M
4.5
Commercial and Corporations Law M
4.5
Communication Management, Ethics and
the Law
4.5
Consultancy Practice M
4.5
Contemporary Issues in IT M
4.5
Data and Web Mining
4.5
Databases M
4.5
Engaging with the Client M
4.5
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
4.5
Fundamentals of Information Technology M
4.5
Health Information Systems
4.5
Health Information Technology
4.5
Information and Systems for Competitive
Advantage M
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Information Systems Development
Methodologies M
4.5
Enterprise Systems using SAP M
4.5
Inter-enterprise Computing M
4.5
Professional recognition
This program has been accredited by
the Australian Computer Society.
What will I study?
The Master program consists of six Core
and five elective courses totalling 54
units and can be completed within 12
months of intensive full-time study.
Information Technology Strategy and
Management M
Impact of Technology
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Management Accounting M
Managing Networks and
Telecommunications M
Managing Human Resources
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
Mobile Applications Development
Mobile Enterprise Workshop
Network Architecture and Realisation M
Network Technology M
New Communication and Media Technologies
Objects and Algorithms M
People, Organisations and Leadership
Special Topic in Information Systems M
Systems Analysis M
System Development M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a
bachelor degree with a Grade Point Average (GPA)
or 5.0 or above, or equivalent qualification.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in e-Commerce
Program code
CRICOS code
DGEC
041700K
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
1yr
$19500
$19500
SP2 or SP6
Home campus
CWE
Program overview
Professional recognition
This program has been accredited by
the Australian Computer Society.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma (e-Commerce) consists
of five Core and three elective courses totalling
36 units and can be completed within nine
months of intensive full-time study. There are
different pathways of study to be undertaken
for business and non-business graduates.
Course name
Units
Core
Information Security Management M
4.5
E-Commerce Technology M
4.5
Introduction to E-Business M
4.5
Organisational e-Transformation
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Electives
Advanced Human Computer Interaction
Advanced Marketing
Accounting for Management M
Business Intelligence and Enterprise
Data Mining
Collaborative Information Systems M
Commercial and Corporations Law M
Communication Management, Ethics and
the Law
Consultancy Practice M
Contemporary Issues in IT M
Data and Web Mining
Databases M
Engaging with the Client M
Enterprise Systems using SAP M
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
Fundamentals of Information Technology M
Health Information Systems
Health Information Technology
ICT Masters Professional Project 1
Information and Systems for Competitive
Advantage M
Information Systems Development
Methodologies M
Enterprise Systems using SAP M
Inter-enterprise Computing M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
Information Technology Strategy and
Management M
Impact of Technology
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Management Accounting M
Managing Networks and
Telecommunications M
Managing Human Resources
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
Mobile Applications Development
Mobile Enterprise Workshop
Network Architecture and Realisation M
Network Technology M
New Communication and Media Technologies
Objects and Algorithms M
People, Organisations and Leadership
Special Topic in Information Systems M
Systems Analysis M
System Development M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
IT, Engineering and the Environment
This program provides graduates with the
skills to identify, evaluate, develop and
manage e-commerce projects, develop
leadership, teamwork and communication
skills, and develop intellectual and professional
independence. Students will develop practical
skills and knowledge in project management and
communication through e-commerce projects.
Program requirements
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a
bachelor degree, or equivalent qualification.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
91
Graduate Certificate in Professional Practice
Program code
LCPP
CRICOS code
061230C
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
$9750
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
This program is designed to enhance the personal
and professional attributes of engineering
graduates, to give them a significant advantage
when seeking fulfilling, well-paid employment.
What will I study?
The program may be undertaken either as a
post-graduate course, or concurrently with any
UniSA BEng program. Students will complete two
Core courses related to professional engineering
practice, Professional Engineering Practice E,
and Structured Engineering Work Placement.
Program requirements
Course name
FIRST YEAR
Small Business Accounting
Project Management for Business
Information and Resource Management
Mobile Enterprise Workshop
Supporting Decision Making
Community Service Learning Project 1
Community Service Learning Project 2
Community Service Learning Project
Learning in the Workplace 1
Learning in the Workplace 2
Learning in the Workplace Project
Research Internship
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
4.5
4.5
9.0
4.5
Important information
A completed Bachelors degree from a recognised
higher education institution or equivalent; or
Successful completion of at least 72 units of an
undergraduate degree at the University of South
Australia in which the student is currently enrolled.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Business Information Systems
Program code
DMIS
CRICOS code
036334C
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$19250
Total program fee (A$)
$28875
Start date (Study period)
SP2, SP5 or SP7
Home campus
CWE
Program overview
This program is designed to develop leadership
skills and specialised expertise at an advanced
level in business, financial and information systems
disciplines. Students will receive a stipend during
the program. Students normally enter this program
through the Bachelor of Business Information
Systems, which establishes a mixture of business,
information technology and workplace experience.
Acceptance to the program requires an excellent
academic record, as well as an interview.
Professional recognition
This program has been accredited by
the Australian Computer Society.
What will I study?
The Master of Business Information Systems
requires the completion of courses totalling 54
units. The program will commence in December
and continue over three semesters for one calendar
year. During the Master program students will
undertake a group project and an individual
project work placement with industry partners.
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Program requirements
Course name
Core
ICT Specialist Industry Project
Enterpise Systems using SAP M
OR Elective
Contemporary Issues in IT M
ICT Masters Professional Project 1
Collaborative Information Systems M
Network Technology M
OR Elective
Managing Networks and
Telecommunications M
Elective
ICT Masters Professional Project 2
Electives
Accounting for Management M
Advanced Human Computer Interaction
Advanced Marketing
Commercial and Corporations Law M
Communication Management, Ethics and
the Law
Consultancy Practice M
Databases M
Engaging with the Client M
Health Information Systems
Health Information Technology
Information and Systems for Competitive
Advantage M
Information Systems Development
Methodologies M
Inter-enterprise Computing M
Information Technology Strategy and
Management M
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Management Accounting M
Units
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Managing Human Resources
Mobile Commerce and Technology M
Network Architecture and Realisation M
New Communication and Media Technologies
Objects and Algorithms M
People, Organisations and Leadership
Special Topic in Information Systems M
Systems Analysis M
System Development M
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
All applicants must contact the Program Director
(Allan Baird) to arrange an interview. Applicants
would normally have a bachelor degree in
Information Systems, Information Technology,
Business, or equivalent qualifications; with at least
a grade point average of 5.0 (credit average) ; and
pass an interview to be eligible for this program.
The program must be taken in the internal
delivery mode and on a full-time basis only.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Library and Information Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DMLM
062517B
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Program overview
The Library and Information Management
(L&IM) program is designed to equip information
professionals with the knowledge and skills
needed for the information society of the 21st
century. Graduates will develop ‘Core’skills in
accessing, organising, managing, preserving
and interconnecting information resources, so
that current and future users can quickly and
easily discover the information they need. As
new information technologies increasingly blur
the boundaries between traditional disciplines,
participants are encouraged to make connections
with allied fields such as archival and records
management, and knowledge management.
What will I study?
The Master of Library and Information Management
requires the completion of 54 units, comprising:
36 units of Core Courses, and either 13.5 units
(3 courses) of Group A Electives, or 4.5 units
(1 course) of Group A Electives, plus 4.5 units
of Group B Electives, and either ICT Masters
Project or Masters Computing Minor Thesis.
Program requirements
Course name
Important information
Units
Core
4 Electives
18.0
OR ICT Masters Project 1
9.0
ICT Masters Project 2
9.0
OR Masters Computing Minor Thesis 1
9.0
Masters Computing Minor Thesis 2
9.0
Accessing Resources
4.5
Information Governance
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Managing Resources BIM
4.5
Organisational e-Transformation
4.5
Organising Resources A
4.5
Organising Resources B
4.5
Elective
4.5
OR Reading for Leisure and Learning
Information Management Project
4.5
Electives
Archival Management
Business Information Technologies
Digital Preservation
Digital Record-Keeping
Introduction to E-Business M
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Ontological Engineering
Preservation Principles
Virtual Archiving
Web Content Management
Applicants should normally hold a Bachelors
degree or equivalent qualification; or Applicants
who have completed the Graduate Diploma in
Library Information Management or equivalent
qualification from a recognised higher education
institution may also be eligible for entry.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Management
Program code
DGLM
Program requirements
CRICOS code
n/a
Course name
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Core
Accessing Resources
4.5
Information Governance
4.5
Organising Resources A
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Managing Resources BIM
4.5
Organising Resources B
4.5
Organisational e-Transformation
4.5
Elective or Reading for Leisure and Learning 4.5
Information Management Project or CIS
Research Methods
4.5
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
$19500
$19500
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Program overview
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma in Library and
Information Management requires the
completion of courses totalling 36 units.
Important information
IT, Engineering and the Environment
The Library and Information Management
(L&IM) program is designed to equip information
professionals with the knowledge and skills
needed for the information society of the 21st
century. Graduates will develop ‘Core’skills in
accessing, organising, managing, preserving
and interconnecting information resources, so
that current and future users can quickly and
easily discover the information they need. As
new information technologies increasingly blur
the boundaries between traditional disciplines,
participants are encouraged to make connections
with allied fields such as archival and records
management, and knowledge management.
Units
Applicants should normally hold a Bachelors
degree or equivalent. Applicants who have
completed the Graduate Certificate of Business
Information Management (Library Management) or
equivalent qualification from a recognised higher
education institution may be eligible for entry.
The program requires the completion of 36 units of
Core courses. The program is primarily offered online.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Graduate Certificate in Business Information Management
(Library Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DCBI
n/a
0.5yrs
$9750
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Program overview
Program requirements
Course name
The Graduate Certificate in Business Information
Management provides focused postgraduate
business education for professionals in any one
of four specialist areas of business information
management. Developed as a result of industry
demand to meet the diverse responsibilities
encountered by information managers, the program
explores the theory and practice of business
information management and develops skills
and competence in all aspects of the strategic
management of corporate information. The program
is designed for those already working in library
management, records management, archiving or
ICT who want to gain a recognised professional
qualification, or open new career opportunities, or
commence a career in information management.
Important information
What will I study?
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
The program offers four streams for students to
choose from: Enterprise Content and Knowledge
Management; Library Management; Preservation
and Archival Management; and Records
Management. The program requires the completion
of four courses totalling 18 units. Entry to this
program is a recognised undergraduate degree or
five years of employment history and can be done
fully online anywhere in the world. This level of
program is a gateway to postgraduate study for
people who have been in their profession for 5 years
or more. It is only available in off-campus mode
and can only be studied from your home country.
Students can study either part-time or full-time.
Units
Core
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Accessing Resources
4.5
Managing Resources BIM
4.5
Organising Resources A
4.5
Applicants would normally hold a completed
Bachelors degree from a recognised higher
education institution or equivalent; or five years
of professional experience working in any area.
The course IT Project Management M (INFS 5057)
is to be undertaken by all four specialisations.
Students will not normally be permitted to
switch from one specialisation within the
Graduate Certificate to another, without
the permission of the Program Director
International Students study this degree online
and in their own countries. Not all Electives
will be available in any one calendar year.
For further information
Master of Business Information Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DMBF
065401A
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Program overview
This suite of Business Information Management
postgraduate programs are focussed on educating
technically skilled records managers, archivists,
internet/intranet coordinators, information
system designers and administrators, as well as
knowledge and information officers. The programs
include a focus on research, marketing, project
management, and customer service along with
leadership skills to develop professionals capable
of meeting a growing need in an increasingly
important information industry. Content in many
of the courses for the degree qualifications is
taught by industry professionals. All courses have
been developed so that they can be undertaken
fully online anywhere in the world. Students
can choose to study part-time or full-time.
What will I study?
The Masters program requires the completion of
54 units. Students entering the Masters program
select one of the three specialisations offered and
can elect to undertake a component of research by
way of a Minor Thesis or ICT Masters Project or can
choose to take four coursework courses. Further
information is available at: www.unisa.edu.au/bim
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core
36 units from one of the specialisations below
Plus
4 Electives
18.0
OR ICT Masters Project 1
9.0
ICT Masters Project 2
9.0
OR Masters Computing Minor Thesis 1
9.0
Masters Computing Minor Thesis 2
9.0
Enterprise Content and Knowledge
Management
Business Information Technologies
4.5
Digital Record-Keeping
4.5
Information Governance
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Organisational e-Transformation
4.5
Workflow Management
4.5
Knowledge Management in Organisations M 4.5
Elective
4.5
OR CIS Research Methods
4.5
Records Management
Digital Record-Keeping
4.5
EDRMS Design
4.5
Implementing an EDRMS
4.5
Information Governance
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Organisational e-Transformation
4.5
Knowledge Management in Organisations M 4.5
Elective
4.5
OR CIS Research Methods
4.5
Preservation and Archival Management
Stream
Archival Management
4.5
Digital Preservation
4.5
Digital Record-Keeping
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Preservation Principles
4.5
Virtual Archiving
4.5
Knowledge Management in Organisations M 4.5
OR CIS Research Methods
4.5
Elective Courses
Communication Management, Ethics and
the Law
Databases M
Enterprise Architectures M
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
Introduction to E-Business M
Introduction to Human Resource Management
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Leadership Dynamics
Network Technology
Ontological Engineering
Web Content Management
Important information
Applicants would normally have a completed
recognised Bachelor degree or equivalent
qualification. Applicants with a Graduate Diploma
in Business Information Management, or equivalent
qualification with a Grade Point Average of
5 or better will also be eligible for entry.
Students are able to study on either a full-time
or part-time basis, fully online or face-to-face
at the City West campus. Not all Electives
will be available in any one calendar year.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
94
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Business Information Management
(Enterprise Content and Knowledge Management)
Program code
DGBF
Program requirements
Important information
CRICOS code
n/a
Course name
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Core
Business Information Technologies
4.5
Digital Record-Keeping
4.5
Information Governance
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Knowledge Management in Organisations M 4.5
Organisational e-Transformation
4.5
Workflow Management
4.5
Elective
4.5
OR CIS Research Methods
4.5
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
$19500
$19500
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Program overview
This suite of Business Information Management
postgraduate programs are focussed on educating
technically skilled records managers, archivists,
internet/intranet coordinators, information
system designers and administrators, as well as
knowledge and information officers. The programs
include a focus on research, marketing, project
management, and customer service along with
leadership skills to develop professionals capable
of meeting a growing need in an increasingly
important information industry. Content in many
of the courses for the degree qualifications is
taught by industry professionals. All courses have
been developed so that they can be undertaken
fully online anywhere in the world. Students
can choose to study part-time or full-time.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of eight courses totalling 36 units. Further
information is available at: www.unisa.edu.au/bim
Units
Electives
Communication Management, Ethics and
the Law
Databases M
Enterprise Architectures M
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
Introduction to E-Business M
Introduction to Human Resource Management
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Leadership Dynamics
Network Technology M
Ontological Engineering
Web Content Management
Applicants would normally have a
completed recognised Bachelor or equivalent
qualification. Applicants with an equivalent
qualification with a Grade Point Average of
5 or better will also be eligible for entry.
The program requires the successful completion
of 36 units of Core courses from one of the
three specialisations provided in the schedule.
Students will not normally be permitted to
switch from one specialisation within the
Graduate Diploma to another, without the
permission of the Program Director.
International Students study this degree online
and in their own countries. Not all Electives will
necessarily be available in any one calendar year.
For further information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Business Information Management
(Enterprise Content and Knowledge Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DCBI
n/a
0.5yrs
$9750
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Program overview
Program requirements
Course name
The Graduate Certificate in Business Information
Management provides focused postgraduate
business education for professionals in any one
of four specialist areas of business information
management. Developed as a result of industry
demand to meet the diverse responsibilities
encountered by information managers, the program
explores the theory and practice of business
information management and develops skills
and competence in all aspects of the strategic
management of corporate information. The program
is designed for those already working in library
management, records management, archiving or
ICT who want to gain a recognised professional
qualification, or open new career opportunities, or
commence a career in information management.
Important information
What will I study?
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Applicants would normally hold a completed
Bachelors degree from a recognised higher
education institution or equivalent; or five years
of professional experience working in any area.
The course IT Project Management M (INFS 5057)
is to be undertaken by all four specialisations.
Students will not normally be permitted to
switch from one specialisation within the
Graduate Certificate to another, without
the permission of the Program Director.
International Students study this degree online
and in their own countries. Not all Electives
will be available in any one calendar year.
IT, Engineering and the Environment
The program offers four streams for students to
choose from: Enterprise Content and Knowledge
Management; Library Management; Preservation
and Archival Management; and Records
Management. The program requires the completion
of four courses totalling 18 units. Entry to this
program is a recognised undergraduate degree or
five years of employment history and can be done
fully online anywhere in the world. This level of
program is a gateway to postgraduate study for
people who have been in their profession for 5 years
or more. It is only available in off-campus mode
and can only be studied from your home country.
Students can study either part-time or full-time.
Units
Core
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Business Information Technologies
4.5
Digital Record-Keeping
4.5
Workflow Management
4.5
For further information
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Graduate Diploma in Business Information Management
(Preservation and Archival Management)
Program code
DGBF
Program requirements
Important information
CRICOS code
n/a
Course name
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Core
Archival Management
4.5
Digital Preservation
4.5
Digital Record-Keeping
4.5
Information Governance
4.5
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Preservation Principles
4.5
Virtual Archiving
4.5
Elective
4.5
or CIS Research Methods
4.5
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
$19500
$19500
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Program overview
This suite of Business Information Management
postgraduate programs are focussed on educating
technically skilled records managers, archivists,
internet/intranet coordinators, information
system designers and administrators, as well as
knowledge and information officers. The programs
include a focus on research, marketing, project
management, and customer service along with
leadership skills to develop professionals capable
of meeting a growing need in an increasingly
important information industry. Content in many
of the courses for the degree qualifications is
taught by industry professionals. All courses have
been developed so that they can be undertaken
fully online anywhere in the world. Students
can choose to study part-time or full-time.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of eight courses totalling 36 units. Further
information is available at: www.unisa.edu.au/bim
Units
Electives
Communication Management, Ethics and
the Law
Databases M
Enterprise Architectures M
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
Introduction to E-Business M
Introduction to Human Resource Management
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Leadership Dynamics
Network Technology M
Ontological Engineering
Web Content Management
Applicants would normally have a
completed recognised Bachelor or equivalent
qualification. Applicants with an equivalent
qualification with a Grade Point Average of
5 or better will also be eligible for entry.
The program requires the successful completion
of 36 units of Core courses from one of the
three specialisations provided in the schedule.
Students will not normally be permitted to
switch from one specialisation within the
Graduate Diploma to another, without the
permission of the Program Director.
International Students study this degree online
and in their own countries. Not all Electives
will be available in any one calendar year.
For further information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Business Information Management
(Preservation and Archival Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
DCBI
n/a
0.5yrs
$9750
SP2 or SP5
CWE
Program overview
The Graduate Certificate in Business Information
Management provides focused postgraduate
business education for professionals in any one
of four specialist areas of business information
management. Developed as a result of industry
demand to meet the diverse responsibilities
encountered by information managers, the program
explores the theory and practice of business
information management and develops skills
and competence in all aspects of the strategic
management of corporate information. The program
is designed for those already working in library
management, records management, archiving or
ICT who want to gain a recognised professional
qualification, or open new career opportunities, or
commence a career in information management.
What will I study?
The program offers four streams for students to
choose from: Enterprise Content and Knowledge
Management; Library Management; Preservation
and Archival Management; and Records
Management. The program requires the completion
of four courses totalling 18 units. Entry to this
program is a recognised undergraduate degree or
five years of employment history and can be done
fully online anywhere in the world. This level of
program is a gateway to postgraduate study for
people who have been in their profession for 5 years
or more. It is only available in off-campus mode
and can only be studied from your home country.
Students can study either part-time or full-time.
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Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Archival Management
4.5
Digital Record-Keeping
4.5
Preservation Principles
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally hold a completed
Bachelors degree from a recognised higher
education institution or equivalent; or five years
of professional experience working in any area.
The course IT Project Management M (INFS 5057)
is to be undertaken by all four specialisations.
Students will not normally be permitted to
switch from one specialisation within the
Graduate Certificate to another, without
the permission of the Program Director.
International Students study this degree online
and in their own countries. Not all Electives will
necessarily be available in any one calendar
year and the decision on whether or not to
offer a particular elective will depend on
student demand. Credit will be assessed on a
case-by-case basis by the Program Director
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Business Information Management
(Records Management)
Program code
DCBI
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
n/a
0.5yrs
$9750
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CWE
Program overview
Program requirements
Course name
The Graduate Certificate in Business Information
Management provides focused postgraduate
business education for professionals in any one
of four specialist areas of business information
management. Developed as a result of industry
demand to meet the diverse responsibilities
encountered by information managers, the program
explores the theory and practice of business
information management and develops skills
and competence in all aspects of the strategic
management of corporate information. The program
is designed for those already working in library
management, records management, archiving or
ICT who want to gain a recognised professional
qualification, or open new career opportunities, or
commence a career in information management.
Important information
What will I study?
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
The program offers four streams for students to
choose from: Enterprise Content and Knowledge
Management; Library Management; Preservation
and Archival Management; and Records
Management. The program requires the completion
of four courses totalling 18 units. Entry to this
program is a recognised undergraduate degree or
five years of employment history and can be done
fully online anywhere in the world. This level of
program is a gateway to postgraduate study for
people who have been in their profession for 5 years
or more. It is only available in off-campus mode
and can only be studied from your home country.
Students can study either part-time or full-time.
Units
Core
Information Technology Project Management M 4.5
Digital Record-Keeping
4.5
EDRMS Design
4.5
Implementing an EDRMS
4.5
Applicants would normally hold a completed
Bachelors degree from a recognised higher
education institution or equivalent; or five years
of professional experience working in any area.
The course IT Project Management M (INFS 5057)
is to be undertaken by all four specialisations.
Students will not normally be permitted to
switch from one specialisation within the
Graduate Certificate to another, without
the permission of the Program Director.
International Students study this degree online
and in their own countries. Not all Electives
will be available in any one calendar year.
For further information
Graduate Diploma in Business Information Management
(Records Management)
Program code
DGBF
Program requirements
Important information
CRICOS code
n/a
Course name
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Core
Digital Record-Keeping
4.5
EDRMS Design
4.5
Implementing an EDRMS
4.5
Information Governance
4.5
Information Technology Project Managemetn M 4.5
Information Management in Organisations M 4.5
Organisation e-Transformation
4.5
Elective
4.5
or CIS Research Methods
4.5
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$19500
$19500
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CWE
Program overview
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion
of eight courses totalling 36 units.
Electives
Communication Management, Ethics and
the Law
Databases M
Enterprise Architectures M
Fundamentals of Information Systems M
Introduction to E-Business M
Introduction to Human Resource Management
Knowledge Management in Organisations M
Leadership Dynamics
Network Technology M
Ontological Engineering
Web Content Management
Applicants would normally have a
completed recognised Bachelor or equivalent
qualification. Applicants with an equivalent
qualification with a Grade Point Average of
5 or better will also be eligible for entry.
The program requires the successful completion
of 36 units of Core courses from one of the
three specialisations provided in the schedule.
Students will not normally be permitted to
switch from one specialisation within the
Graduate Diploma to another, without the
permission of the Program Director.
International Students study this degree online
and in their own countries. Not all Electives
will be available in any one calendar year.
For further information
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
IT, Engineering and the Environment
This suite of Business Information Management
postgraduate programs are focussed on educating
technically skilled records managers, archivists,
internet/intranet coordinators, information
system designers and administrators, as well as
knowledge and information officers. The programs
include a focus on research, marketing, project
management, and customer service along with
leadership skills to develop professionals capable
of meeting a growing need in an increasingly
important information industry. Content in many
of the courses for the degree qualifications is
taught by industry professionals. All courses have
been developed so that they can be undertaken
fully online anywhere in the world. Students
can choose to study part-time or full-time.
Units
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Doctor of Project Management
Program code
IPPM
CRICOS code
048572A
Program duration (in EFTSL)
3yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$21000
Total program fee (A$)
$63000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CEA
Program overview
The programs are intended to provide students
with advanced level study in project management.
They are designed to meet the knowledge
requirements of international best practice for
project management. The higher level programs also
provide students with the opportunity to develop,
organise and implement a work plan for research.
Students have access to the latest resources.
What will I study?
The Doctoral degree requires completion
of 108 units of courses and is a minimum
of three years fulltime study.
Program requirements
Course name
FIRST YEAR
Principles of Project Management A
Project Procurement
Integration, Scope and Risk Management
Time, Cost and Quality Management
Project Law
Project Feasibility and Selection
Human Resources and
Communication Management
Applied Project Management
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
Project Management Competency and Ethics
Research Techniques in Project Management
Project Management Doctoral Proposal
Project Management Doctoral Thesis 1
6.00
6.00
6.00
18.0
THIRD YEAR
Project Management Doctoral Thesis 2
Project Management Doctoral Thesis 3
18.0
18.0
Master of Project Management
Program code
IMPJ
CRICOS code
024075E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$21000
Total program fee (A$)
$31500
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CEA
Program overview
This program provides students with advanced
level study in project management. They are
designed to meet the knowledge requirements
of international best practice for project
management. The higher level programs also
provide students with the opportunity to develop,
organise and implement a work plan for research.
Students have access to the latest resources.
Professional recognition
The program is endorsed by the Australian
Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
What will I study?
The Masters degree requires the completion
of courses totalling 54 units and can be
completed within two years of full-time study.
Program requirements
Course name
FIRST YEAR
Principles of Project Management A
Integration, Scope and Risk Management
Time, Cost and Quality Management
Project Law
Project Feasibility and Selection
Human Resources and Communication
Management
SECOND YEAR
Project Procurement
Project Dissertation 1
Project Management Competency and Ethics
Human Resources and
Communication Management
Project Dissertation 2
Research Techniques in Project Management
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
4.5
9.0
9.0
Important information
Applicants should normally hold an honours degree,
a four-year degree or equivalent qualification.
Selection is based on academic merit.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
98
Units
Applicants should have completed one of the
following qualifications for entry into the program;
Applicants should have completed the requirements
for, a course work Master of Project Management
degree from the University of South Australia with
a GPA of 5 or better, or equivalent; or an award
which, in the opinion of the Postgraduate Project
Management Committee, is at least equivalent
to that degree or partial degree with a GPA of 5
or better; or other qualifications and professional
experience judged by the Postgraduate Project
Management Committee to provide a preparation
for study equivalent to that provided above; AND
Is, in the opinion of the Postgraduate Project
Management Committee, a suitable candidate.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Project Management
Program code
IGBP
CRICOS code
013176B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$21000
Total program fee (A$)
$21000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CEA
Program overview
The program provides students with advanced level
study in project, assets and facilities management.
They are designed to meet the knowledge
requirements of international best practice
within this area. The higher level programs also
provide students with the opportunity to develop,
organise and implement a work plan for research.
Students have access to the latest resources.
Professional recognition
The program is endorsed by the Australian
Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
What will I study?
Program requirements
Course name
FIRST YEAR
Principles of Project Management A
Project Procurement
Integration, Scope and Risk Management
Time, Cost and Quality Management
Project Law
Project Feasibility and Selection
Human Resources and
Communication Management
Applied Project Management
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants should normally hold an undergraduate
degree, a Graduate Certificate in Project
Management or Graduate Certificate in
Project Management (Assets and Facilities),
or a recognised equivalent qualification.
Selection is based on academic merit.
For further information
The Graduate Diploma requires the
completion of courses totalling 36 units
and requires one year of full-time study.
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Project Management
Program code
ICPM
CRICOS code
058642J
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$10500
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CEA
Program overview
The program provides students with advanced
level study in project management. They are
designed to meet the knowledge requirements
of international best practice for project
management. The higher level programs also
provide students with the opportunity to develop,
organise and implement a work plan for research.
Students have access to the latest resources.
The program is endorsed by the Australian
Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of courses totalling 18 units and can be
completed within six months of full-time study.
Course name
FIRST YEAR
Principles of Project Management A
Project Procurement
Integration, Scope and Risk Management
Time, Cost and Quality Management
Project Law
Project Feasibility and Selection
Human Resources and
Communication Management
Applied Project Management
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally hold an
undergraduate degree or have a minimum of
six years relevant professional experience.
IT, Engineering and the Environment
Professional recognition
Program requirements
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
99
Master of Project Management (Assets and Facilities)
Program code
IMPJ
CRICOS code
065402M
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$21000
Total program fee (A$)
$31500
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CEA
Program overview
This program provides students with advanced level
study in project, assets and facilities management.
They are designed to meet the knowledge
requirements of international best practice
within this area. The higher level programs also
provide students with the opportunity to develop,
organise and implement a work plan for research.
Students have access to the latest resources.
Professional recognition
The program is endorsed by the Australian
Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
What will I study?
Program requirements
Course name
FIRST YEAR
Principles of Project Management A
Strategic Asset Management
Facilities and Asset Information
Asset Management Service Delivery
Sustainability in Assets and Facilities
Project Feasibility and Selection
SECOND YEAR
Project Procurement
Project Dissertation 1
OR Project Management Competency and
Ethics
Human Resources and
Communication Management
Project Dissertation 2
Research Techniques in Project Management
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
4.5
9.0
9.0
Important information
The Masters degree requires the completion
of courses totalling 54 units and can
be completed within two years.
Applicants should normally hold an honours degree,
a four-year degree or equivalent qualification.
Selection is based on academic merit.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Project Management (Assets and Facilities)
Program code
IGBP
CRICOS code
064670K
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$21000
Total program fee (A$)
$21000
Start date (Study period)
SP3 or SP6
Home campus
CEA
Program overview
The program provides students with advanced level
study in project, assets and facilities management.
They are designed to meet the knowledge
requirements of international best practice
within this area. The higher level programs also
provide students with the opportunity to develop,
organise and implement a work plan for research.
Students have access to the latest resources.
Professional recognition
The program is endorsed by the Australian
Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the
completion of courses totalling 36 units
and requires one year of full-time study.
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Program requirements
Course name
FIRST YEAR
Principles of Project Management A
Strategic Asset Management
Facilities and Asset Information
Project Procurement
Asset Management Service Delivery
Sustainability in Assets and Facilities
Project Feasibility and Selection
Human Resources and
Communication Management
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants should normally hold an undergraduate
degree, a Graduate Certificate in Project
Management or Graduate Certificate in
Project Management (Assets and Facilities),
or a recognised equivalent qualification.
Selection is based on academic merit.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Certificate in Project Management (Assets and Facilities)
Program code
ICPM
CRICOS code
064669C
Program duration (in EFTSL)
0.5yrs
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
$10500
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CEA
Program overview
The program provides students with advanced level
study in project, assets and facilities management.
They are designed to meet the knowledge
requirements of international best practice
within this area. The higher level programs also
provide students with the opportunity to develop,
organise and implement a work plan for research.
Students have access to the latest resources.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
Principles of Project Management A
Strategic Asset Management
Facilities and Asset Information
Project Procurement
Asset Management Service Delivery
Sustainability in Assets and Facilities
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally hold an
undergraduate degree or have a minimum of
six years relevant professional experience.
For further information
Professional recognition
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
The program is endorsed by the Australian
Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of courses totalling 18 units and can be
completed within six months of full-time study.
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
IMUR
048094D
1.5yrs
$19500
$29250
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
Professional recognition
The Master of Urban and Regional Planning is
recognised by the Planning Institute of Australia
(PIA) and will provide full exemption from the
educational requirements for membership of
the Institute.Holding a professional accredited
qualification enables graduates to apply for
corporate membership of PIA and subsequently
undertake training to gain status as a Professional
Certified Planner.Currently, UniSA is the only
PIA accredited education provider of urban and
regional planning in South Australia. Graduates will
be required to undertake continuing professional
development which is offered by PIA.
Important information
This program includes Core studies in Contemporary
Planning Theory, Development Economics, Social
Planning, Planning Law, and Environmental
Impact Assessment. Specialised courses include
Sustainable Urban Design, Geographic Information
Systems and Transport Planning. The Master
of Urban and Regional Planning requires the
completion of courses totalling 54 units. Students
are required to take eight Core courses totalling
36 units and a range of elective courses totalling
18 units. The Graduate Diploma requires the
completion of courses totalling 36 units. Students
are required to take Core courses totalling 31.5
units and elective courses totalling 4.5 units.
Applicants should normally hold a degree in
any discipline with a credit average or above or
equivalent, or should have completed the Graduate
Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
Introduction to Regional and Urban Planning
Sustainable Urban Design
Transport and Planning
4.5
4.5
4.5
ELECTIVE
Social Planning and Community Issues
Environmental Impact Assessment
Urban Development and Implementation
Elective
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
SECOND YEAR
Contemporary Planning Theory
Planning Project
4.5
9.0
ELECTIVE
Transport Policy
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
Comparative Planning
Planning Study Visit
Urban Management and Law
Policy and Development Assessment Workshop
Sustainable Urban Design Workshop
IT, Engineering and the Environment
The program prepares graduates to plan our
cities and rural areas to be more productive,
sustainable, equitable and pleasant to live
in. The planning process involves community
organisations and individuals, consultants,
government departments, developers and a wide
range of other users. Planners will graduate
with a variety of personal and intellectual
qualities, including a capacity for teamwork.
What will I study?
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
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Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning
Program code
CRICOS code
IGUR
000579A
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$19500
Total program fee (A$)
$19500
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CEA
Program overview
The Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional
Planning prepares graduates to plan our
cities and rural areas to be more productive,
sustainable, equitable and pleasant to live
in. The planning process involves community
organisations and individuals, consultants,
government departments, developers and a wide
range of other users. Planners will graduate
with a variety of personal and intellectual
qualities, including a capacity for teamwork.
Professional recognition
The Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional
Planning is recognised by the Planning Institute of
Australia (PIA).Holding a professional accredited
qualification enables graduates to apply for
corporate membership of PIA and subsequently
undertake training to gain status as a Professional,
Certified Planner. Currently, UniSA is the only
PIA accredited education provider of urban and
regional planning in South Australia.Graduates will
be required to undertake continuing professional
development which is offered by PIA.
What will I study?
Important information
This program includes Core studies in Contemporary
Planning Theory, Development Economics, Social
Planning, Planning Law, and Environmental Impact
Assessment. Specialised courses include Sustainable
Urban Design, Geographic Information Systems
and Transport Planning. The Graduate Diploma
requires the completion of courses totalling 36 units.
Students are required to take Core courses totalling
31.5 units and elective courses totalling 4.5 units.
Applicants will normally have completed a
degree or recognised equivalent qualification.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
Introduction to Regional and Urban Planning
Sustainable Urban Design
Transport and Planning
Social planning and Community Issues
Environmental Impact Assessment
Urban Development and Implementation
Elective
Elective
Transport Policy
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
Comparative Planning
Urban Management and Law
Planning Study Visit
Policy and Development Assessment Workshop
Sustainable Urban Design Workshop
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Master of Water Resources Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
LMWM
055264K
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$23000
Total program fee (A$)
$34500
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
The program is offered in collaboration with
the International Centre of Excellence in Water
Management (ICEWaRM) and is designed to enable
students to increase the breadth and depth of
their knowledge and ability to apply skills in water
resources management. A variety of specialised
coursework Electives and study options enable
students to create a program of study that meets
their individual needs. Study options include further
coursework, a research project or an industry
project. The industry project has been designed to
assist students in becoming professionally aware
through quality interaction with industry leaders.
What will I study?
The Master requires the completion of courses
totalling 54 units, comprising 18 units of Core
courses, 18 units of elective courses in the area
of either management of water infrastructure
or water quality and treatment, and 18 units of
either coursework, industry project or research
thesis and can be completed within 1.5 years
of full-time study. Students have the option of
taking a limited number of courses offered by
the other member universities in ICEWaRM.
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Program requirements
Course name
Core
Complete the following four courses
Global Water Systems 1 - Natural Water Cycle
Global Water Systems 2 - Engineered
Water Cycle
Water Resources and Society
Water Resources Planning and Management
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Electives
Complete four of the following courses, at least
three courses from one stream - see program rules
and notes
ELECTIVE STREAM 2
Management of Water Infrastructure
Strategic Asset Management
Facilities and Asset Performance
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
Engineering Infrastructure Management
Facilities Program Management
Asset Management Service Delivery
Sustainability in Assets and Facilities
ELECTIVE STREAM 3
Water Quality and
Treatment Water Quality Processes N
Advanced Water Quality and
Wastewater Management
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
Water Quality Modelling
Water Quality Management
Important information
ELECTIVE STREAM 6
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Water Planning
Water Quality Management
UNSTREAMED ELECTIVES
Seminar in Sustainability
Principles of Project Management A
Arid Land Water Resources
Environmental Impact Assessment
Hydrology and Water Resources Advanced
Topics 1
Hydrology and Water Resources Advanced
Topic 2
Research Methods Courses
Engineering Research Methods
OR Engineering Research Practice
OTHER OPTIONS
Hydrology and Water Resources Project 1
Hydrology and Water Resources Project 2
Industry-Based Project WRM
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
18.0
Applicants must fulfil the following requirements
for entry into the program. Academic merit (as
determined by an assessment of an applicant’s
qualifications) Completion of: 4 year undergraduate
degree including honours in a relevant field
(Australian or equivalent); 4 year undergraduate
degree in a relevant field (Australian or equivalent)
with relevant experience; 3 year undergraduate
degree plus honours in a relevant field* (Australian
or equivalent). Engineering and Science are
considered as relevant fields; Professionals with
extensive experience working in the water industry
who do not meet the academic requirements
may be eligible for entry to the Graduate
Certificate in Water Resources Management.
This is a full fee paying program. Students must
complete at least 50% of their studies at their
home institution.
http://www.unisanet.unisa.edu.au/programs
All the ICEWaRM Universities contribute expertise
to the delivery of the Core courses. These courses
and other specified courses are delivered using
‘Access Grid’, an internet conference facility. I
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Water Resources Management
Program code
CRICOS code
LGWM
055263M
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
1yr
$23000
$23000
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
The program is offered in collaboration with
the International Centre of Excellence in Water
Management (ICEWaRM) and is designed to enable
students to increase the breadth and depth of
their knowledge and ability to apply skills in water
resources management. A variety of specialised
coursework Electives and study options enable
students to create a program of study that meets
their individual needs. Study options include further
coursework, a research project or an industry
project. The industry project has been designed to
assist students in becoming professionally aware
through quality interaction with industry leaders.
What will I study?
The Graduate Diploma requires the completion of
courses totalling 36 units and can be completed
within one year of full-time study. Eighteen
units must be taken from the Core courses
available and the remaining 18 units will be
elective courses. Students have the option of
taking a limited number of courses offered by
the other member universities in ICEWaRM.
Assumed knowledge
SACE Stage 2 Mathematical Studies; or equivalent
Program requirements
Course name
Core
Global Water Systems 1 - Natural Water Cycle
Global Water Systems 2 - Engineered
Water Cycle
Water Resources and Society
Water Resources Planning and Management
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Electives
Complete four of the following courses, at least
three courses from one stream - see program rules.
Elective Stream 2
Management of Water Infrastructure:
Strategic Asset Management
Facilities and Asset Performance
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
Engineering Infrastructure Management
Facilities Program Management
Asset Management Service Delivery
Sustainability in Assets and Facilities
Electives Stream 3
Water Quality and Treatment:
Water Quality Processes N
Advanced Water Quality and
Wastewater Management
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
Water Quality Modelling
Water Quality Management
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Electives Stream 6
Water Planning:
Community Engagement and Conflict
Resolution
Planning and Theory Practice
Social and Economic Impact Assessment
Water Quality Management
Water System Modelling
Unstreamed Electives
Arid Land Water Resources
Seminar in Sustainability
Principles of Project Management A
Environmental Impact Assessment
Hydrology and Water Resources Advanced
Topics 1
Hydrology and Water Resources Advanced
Topics 2
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
All the ICEWaRM Universities contribute expertise
to the delivery of the Core courses. These courses
and other specified courses are delivered using
‘Access Grid’, an internet conference facility.
It is important to note that not all coursework
Electives will be offered every year or study
period and that timetabling difficulties may
prevent enrolment in some Electives.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants must fulfil the following requirements
for entry into the program. Academic merit (as
determined by an assessment of an applicant’s
qualifications) Completion of: 4 year undergraduate
degree including honours in a relevant field
(Australian or equivalent); 4 year undergraduate
degree in a relevant field (Australian or equivalent)
with relevant experience; 3 year undergraduate
degree plus honours in a relevant field* (Australian
or equivalent). Engineering and Science are
considered as relevant fields; Professionals with
extensive experience working in the water industry
who do not meet the academic requirements
may be eligible for entry to the Graduate
Certificate in Water Resources Management.
This is a full fee paying program. Students
must complete at least 50% of their
studies at their home institution.
Graduate Certificate in Water Resources Management
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
LCWM
055262A
0.5yrs
$11500
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Program overview
What will I study?
The Graduate Certificate requires the completion
of Core courses totalling 18 units and can
be completed within six months of full-time
study. Students have the option of taking
a limited number of courses offered by the
other member universities in ICEWaRM.
Assumed knowledge
SACE Stage 2 Mathematical Studies; or equivalent
Course name
Core
Global Water Systems 1 - Natural Water Cycle
Global Water Systems 2 - Engineered
Water Cycle
Water Resources and Society
Water Resources Planning and Management
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants must fulfil the following requirements
for entry into the program. Academic merit (as
determined by an assessment of an applicant’s
qualifications) Completion of: 4 year undergraduate
degree including honours in a relevant field
(Australian or equivalent); 4 year undergraduate
degree in a relevant field (Australian or equivalent)
with relevant experience; 3 year undergraduate
degree plus honours in a relevant field* (Australian
or equivalent). Engineering and Science are
considered as relevant fields; Professionals with
extensive experience working in the water industry
who do not meet the academic requirements
may be eligible for entry to the Graduate
Certificate in Water Resources Management.
This is a full fee paying program. Students must
complete at least 50% of their studies at their
home institution. This program is available in
full-time and part-time mode. Full-time students
who wish to complete the Graduate Certificate in
one study period may choose 2 Core courses from
the Program Schedule and 2 coursework Electives
with the approval of the Program Director. All the
ICE WaRM Universities contribute expertise to
the delivery of the Core courses. These courses
and other specified courses are delivered using
‘Access Grid’, an internet conference facility.
IT, Engineering and the Environment
The program is offered in collaboration with
the International Centre of Excellence in Water
Management (ICEWaRM) and is designed to enable
students to increase the breadth and depth of
their knowledge and ability to apply skills in water
resources management. A variety of specialised
coursework Electives and study options enable
students to create a program of study that meets
their individual needs. Study options include further
coursework, a research project or an industry
project. The industry project has been designed to
assist students in becoming professionally aware
through quality interaction with industry leaders.
Program requirements
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
103
Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability
(Geospatial Science)
Program code
CRICOS code
LMES
058635G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20000
Total program fee (A$)
$30000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
This program provides professionals working
in the natural resource management area
with the opportunity to develop a new range
of skills and understandings relevant to their
profession. It has been developed in close
consultation with government agencies and
industry to ensure that it is relevant and meets
the changing needs of the profession.
What will I study?
The program comprises four Core courses
(chosen from five) that deal with the theoretical
underpinnings of environmental management
and sustainability at an advanced level. The
courses include topics such as sustainability,
environmental informatics, strategic project
management, environmental impact assessment
and water quality management. These courses
provide an introduction to the basic concepts of
environmental management and sustainability with
a focus on developing basic skills in these areas.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core
Seminar in Sustainability
Environmental Informatics
Strategic Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment
OR Water Quality Management
AND Environmental Research Project 1
Environmental Research Project 2
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
Electives
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
4.5
GIS Modelling and Analysis
4.5
Raster Data and Analysis
4.5
Students select one 4.5 unit elective course from
another stream
Important information
Successful completion of a recognised
bachelor degree, or an equivalent qualification.
Applicants who have completed the Graduate
Certificate in Environmental Management and
Sustainability will also be eligible for entry.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Sustainability
(Geospatial Science)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGES
058636G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$20000
Total program fee (A$)
$20000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
This program provides professionals working
in the natural resource management area
with the opportunity to develop a new range
of skills and understandings relevant to their
profession. It has been developed in close
consultation with government agencies and
industry to ensure that it is relevant and meets
the changing needs of the profession.
What will I study?
The program comprises four Core courses
(chosen from five) that deal with the theoretical
underpinnings of environmental management
and sustainability at an advanced level. The
courses include topics such as sustainability,
environmental informatics, strategic project
management, environmental impact assessment
and water quality management. These courses
provide an introduction to the basic concepts of
environmental management and sustainability with
a focus on developing basic skills in these areas.
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Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core
Seminar in Sustainability
Environmental Informatics
Strategic Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment
OR Water Quality Management
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Elective courses:
Introduction to Geographical Information
Systems
GIS Modelling and Analysis
Raster Data and Analysis
4.5
4.5
4.5
NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT STREAM
Electives
Students select 4 elective courses from the
courses listed
Introduction to Regional and Urban Planning 4.5
Arid Land Water Resources
4.5
Sustainable Urban Design Workshop
4.5
Urban Development and Implementation
4.5
Sustainable Urban Design
4.5
Raster Data and Analysis
4.5
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
4.5
Site Assessment and Planning
4.5
Principles and Application of
Remediation Technologies
4.5
Water Quality Processes N
4.5
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
4.5
Water Quality Management
4.5
Consultation and Negotiation
4.5
Contaminated Site Management
4.5
Coastal Management
4.5
Advanced Park Planning
4.5
Environmental Regulation
4.5
OR The Theory and Practice of
Environmental Compliance
4.5
Students select one 4.5 unit elective course from
another stream
WATER MANAGEMENT STREAM
Electives
Water Quality Processes N
4.5
Water Resources Planning and Management 4.5
Advanced Water Quality and
Wastewater Management
4.5
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
4.5
Water Resources and Society
4.5
Arid Land Water Resources
4.5
Students select one 4.5 unit elective course from
another stream
URBAN ECOLOGY STREAM
Electives
Greening Cities: Vegetation
Management Issues
Urban Biodiversity Conservation
and Restoration
Wildlife in Cities: Animal Management Issues
Community Partnerships in Urban Biodiversity
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a
recognised bachelor degree, or an equivalent
qualification. Applicants who have completed the
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management
and Sustainability will also be eligible for entry.
Some courses are taught in intensive mode during
July and August and include a 6 day field trip.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability
(Natural Resource Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
LMES
058635G
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20000
Total program fee (A$)
$30000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
This program provides professionals working
in the natural resource management area
with the opportunity to develop a new range
of skills and understandings relevant to their
profession. It has been developed in close
consultation with government agencies and
industry to ensure that it is relevant and meets
the changing needs of the profession.
What will I study?
The program comprises four Core courses
(chosen from five) that deal with the theoretical
underpinnings of environmental management
and sustainability at an advanced level. The
courses include topics such as sustainability,
environmental informatics, strategic project
management, environmental impact assessment
and water quality management. These courses
provide an introduction to the basic concepts of
environmental management and sustainability with
a focus on developing basic skills in these areas.
Program requirements
Course name
Core
Seminar in Sustainability
Environmental Informatics
Strategic Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment
OR Water Quality Management
AND Environmental Research Project 1
Environmental Research Project 2
Electives
Students select 4 elective courses from the
courses listed below
Introduction to Regional and Urban Planning
Arid Land Water Resources
Urban Development and Implementation
Sustainable Urban Design
Sustainable Urban Design Workshop
Raster Data and Analysis
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
Site Assessment and Planning
Principles and Application of
Remediation Technologies
Water Quality Processes N
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
Water Quality Management
Water Resources Planning and Management
Consultation and Negotiation
Contaminated Site Management
Coastal Management
Advanced Park Planning
Environmental Regulation
OR The Theory and Practice of
Environmental Compliance
Important information
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
Successful completion of a recognised
bachelor degree, or an equivalent qualification.
Applicants who have completed the Graduate
Certificate in Environmental Management and
Sustainability will also be eligible for entry.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Sustainability
(Natural Resource Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGES
058636G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$20000
Total program fee (A$)
$20000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
What will I study?
The program comprises four Core courses
(chosen from five) that deal with the theoretical
underpinnings of environmental management
and sustainability at an advanced level. The
courses include topics such as sustainability,
environmental informatics, strategic project
management, environmental impact assessment
and water quality management. These courses
provide an introduction to the basic concepts of
environmental management and sustainability with
a focus on developing basic skills in these areas.
Course name
Core
Seminar in Sustainability
Environmental Informatics
Strategic Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment
OR Water Quality Management
Electives
Students select 4 elective courses from the
courses listed
Introduction to Regional and Urban Planning
Arid Land Water Resources
Sustainable Urban Design Workshop
Urban Development and Implementation
Sustainable Urban Design
Raster Data and Analysis
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
Site Assessment and Planning
Principles and Application of
Remediation Technologies
Water Quality Processes N
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
Water Quality Management
Consultation and Negotiation
Contaminated Site Management
Coastal Management
Advanced Park Planning
Environmental Regulation
or The Theory and Practice of
Environmental Compliance
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE STREAM
Electives
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
4.5
GIS Modelling and Analysis
4.5
Raster Data and Analysis
4.5
Students select one 4.5 unit elective course from
another stream
WATER MANAGEMENT STREAM
Electives
Water Quality Processes N
4.5
Water Resources Planning and Management 4.5
Advanced Water Quality and
Wastewater Management
4.5
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
4.5
Water Resources and Society
4.5
Arid Land Water Resources
4.5
Students select one 4.5 unit elective course from
another stream
URBAN ECOLOGY STREAM
Electives
Greening Cities:
Vegetation Management Issues
Urban Biodiversity Conservation
and Restoration
Wildlife in Cities: Animal Management Issues
Community Partnerships in Urban Biodiversity
IT, Engineering and the Environment
This program provides professionals working
in the natural resource management area
with the opportunity to develop a new range
of skills and understandings relevant to their
profession. It has been developed in close
consultation with government agencies and
industry to ensure that it is relevant and meets
the changing needs of the profession.
Program requirements
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a
recognised bachelor degree, or an equivalent
qualification. Applicants who have completed the
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management
and Sustainability will also be eligible for entry.
Some courses are taught in intensive mode during
July and August and include a 6 day field trip.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
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Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability (Water Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
LMES
058635G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20000
Total program fee (A$)
$30000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
This program provides professionals working
in the natural resource management area
with the opportunity to develop a new range
of skills and understandings relevant to their
profession. It has been developed in close
consultation with government agencies and
industry to ensure that it is relevant and meets
the changing needs of the profession.
What will I study?
The program comprises four Core courses
(chosen from five) that deal with the theoretical
underpinnings of environmental management
and sustainability at an advanced level. The
courses include topics such as sustainability,
environmental informatics, strategic project
management, environmental impact assessment
and water quality management. These courses
provide an introduction to the basic concepts of
environmental management and sustainability with
a focus on developing basic skills in these areas.
Program requirements
Course name
Core
Seminar in Sustainability
Environmental Informatics
Strategic Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment
OR Water Quality Management
AND Environmental Research Project 1
Environmental Research Project 2
Electives
Water Quality Processes N
Water Resources Planning and Management
Advanced Water Quality and
Wastewater Management
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
Water Resources and Society
Arid Land Water Resources
Students select one 4.5 unit elective from
another stream
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Successful completion of a recognised
bachelor degree, or an equivalent qualification.
Applicants who have completed the Graduate
Certificate in Environmental Management and
Sustainability will also be eligible for entry.
Not all courses will be available in any one year.
Some courses are taught in intensive mode during
July and August and include a 6 day field trip.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Sustainability
(Water Management)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGES
058636G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$20000
Total program fee (A$)
$20000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
This program provides professionals working
in the natural resource management area
with the opportunity to develop a new range
of skills and understandings relevant to their
profession. It has been developed in close
consultation with government agencies and
industry to ensure that it is relevant and meets
the changing needs of the profession.
What will I study?
The program comprises four Core courses
(chosen from five) that deal with the theoretical
underpinnings of environmental management
and sustainability at an advanced level. The
courses include topics such as sustainability,
environmental informatics, strategic project
management, environmental impact assessment
and water quality management. These courses
provide an introduction to the basic concepts of
environmental management and sustainability with
a focus on developing basic skills in these areas.
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Program requirements
Course name
Core
Seminar in Sustainability
Environmental Informatics
Strategic Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment
OR Water Quality Management
Elective Courses:
Water Quality Processes N
Water Resources Planning and Management
Advanced Water Quality and
Wastewater Management
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
Water Resources and Society
Arid Land Water Resources
Students select one 4.5 unit elective from
another stream.
Units
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT STREAM
Electives
Students select 4 electives
Introduction to Regional and Urban Planning 4.5
Arid Land Water Resources
4.5
Sustainable Urban Design Workshop
4.5
Urban Development and Implementation
4.5
Sustainable Urban Design
4.5
Raster Data and Analysis
4.5
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
4.5
Site Assessment and Planning
4.5
Principles and Application of
Remediation Technologies
4.5
Water Quality Processes N
4.5
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
4.5
Water Quality Management
4.5
Consultation and Negotiation
4.5
Contaminated Site Management
Coastal Management
Advanced Park Planning
Environmental Regulation
OR The Theory and Practice of Environmental
Compliance
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE STREAM
Electives
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
4.5
GIS Modelling and Analysis
4.5
Raster Data and Analysis
4.5
Students select one 4.5 unit elective course from
another stream
URBAN ECOLOGY STREAM
Electives
Greening Cities: Vegetation
Management Issues
Urban Biodiversity Conservation
and Restoration
Wildlife in Cities: Animal Management Issues
Community Partnerships in Urban Biodiversity
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a
recognised bachelor degree, or an equivalent
qualification. Applicants who have completed the
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management
and Sustainability will also be eligible for entry.
Some courses are taught in intensive mode during
July and August and include a 6 day field trip.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability (Urban Ecology)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
LMES
058635G
1.5yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$20000
Total program fee (A$)
$30000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
This program provides professionals working
in the natural resource management area
with the opportunity to develop a new range
of skills and understandings relevant to their
profession. It has been developed in close
consultation with government agencies and
industry to ensure that it is relevant and meets
the changing needs of the profession.
What will I study?
The program comprises four Core courses
(chosen from five) that deal with the theoretical
underpinnings of environmental management
and sustainability at an advanced level. The
courses include topics such as sustainability,
environmental informatics, strategic project
management, environmental impact assessment
and water quality management. These courses
provide an introduction to the basic concepts of
environmental management and sustainability with
a focus on developing basic skills in these areas.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
Core
Seminar in Sustainability
Environmental Informatics
OR Strategic Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment
OR Water Quality Management
AND Environmental Research Project 1
Environmental Research Project 2
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
Electives
Greening Cities: Vegetation
Management Issues
Urban Biodiversity Conservation and
Restoration
Wildlife in Cities: Animal Management Issues
Community Partnerships in Urban Biodiversity
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Successful completion of a recognised
bachelor degree, or an equivalent qualification.
Applicants who have completed the Graduate
Certificate in Environmental Management and
Sustainability will also be eligible for entry.
Not all courses will be available in any one year.
Some courses are taught in intensive mode during
July and August and include a 6 day field trip.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Sustainability
(Urban Ecology)
Program code
CRICOS code
LGES
058636G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
1yr
Total annual fee (A$)
$20000
Total program fee (A$)
$20000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
What will I study?
The program comprises four Core courses
(chosen from five) that deal with the theoretical
underpinnings of environmental management
and sustainability at an advanced level. The
courses include topics such as sustainability,
environmental informatics, strategic project
management, environmental impact assessment
and water quality management. These courses
provide an introduction to the basic concepts of
environmental management and sustainability with
a focus on developing basic skills in these areas.
Course name
Core
Seminar in Sustainability
Environmental Informatics
Strategic Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment
OR Water Quality Management
Units
Electives
Greening Cities: Vegetation
Management Issues
Urban Biodiversity Conservation
and Restoration
Wildlife in Cities: Animal Management Issues
Community Partnerships in Urban Biodiversity
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT STREAM
Electives
Students select 4 elective courses from the
courses listed
Introduction to Regional and Urban Planning 4.5
Arid Land Water Resources
4.5
Sustainable Urban Design Workshop
4.5
Urban Development and Implementation
4.5
Sustainable Urban Design
4.5
Raster Data and Analysis
4.5
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
4.5
Site Assessment and Planning
4.5
Principles and Application of
Remediation Technologies
4.5
Water Quality Processes N
4.5
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
4.5
Water Quality Management
4.5
Consultation and Negotiation
4.5
Contaminated Site Management
4.5
Coastal Management
4.5
Advanced Park Planning
Environmental Regulation
OR The Theory and Practice of
Environmental Compliance
GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE STREAM
Electives
Introduction to Geographical
Information Systems
GIS Modelling and Analysis
Raster Data and Analysis
Students select one 4.5 unit elective course
from another stream
WATER MANAGEMENT STREAM
Electives
Water Quality Processes N
Water Resources Planning and Management
Advanced Water Quality and
Wastewater Management
Design of Flood and Drainage Systems
Water Resources and Society
Arid Land Water Resources
Students select one 4.5 unit elective from
another stream.
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
IT, Engineering and the Environment
This program provides professionals working
in the natural resource management area
with the opportunity to develop a new range
of skills and understandings relevant to their
profession. It has been developed in close
consultation with government agencies and
industry to ensure that it is relevant and meets
the changing needs of the profession.
Program requirements
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally have completed a
recognised bachelor degree, or an equivalent
qualification. Applicants who have completed the
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management
and Sustainability will also be eligible for entry.
Some courses are taught in intensive mode during
July and August and include a 6 day field trip.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
107
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management and Sustainability
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
LCES
058637F
0.5yrs
$10000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Program overview
This program provides professionals working
in the natural resource management area
with the opportunity to develop a new range
of skills and understandings relevant to their
profession. It has been developed in close
consultation with government agencies and
industry to ensure that it is relevant and meets
the changing needs of the profession.
Program requirements
Course name
Units
FIRST YEAR
Seminar in Sustainability
Environmental Informatics
Strategic Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment
OR Water Quality Management
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
Important information
Applicants would normally hold a undergraduate
degree, or an equivalent qualification, or five
years of relevant professional experience.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
What will I study?
The program comprises four Core courses
(chosen from five) that deal with the theoretical
underpinnings of environmental management
and sustainability at an advanced level. The
courses include topics such as sustainability,
environmental informatics, strategic project
management, environmental impact assessment
and water quality management. These courses
provide an introduction to the basic concepts of
environmental management and sustainability with
a focus on developing basic skills in these areas.
Graduate Certificate in Building and Planning
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
ICBP
036392D
0.5yrs
$10500
SP2 or SP5
CEA
Program overview
This program caters for the continuing education
of graduate students holding degrees, diplomas
or the equivalent in a broad range of disciplines.
It is particularly relevant to those in the fields
of building, engineering and planning.
What will I study?
This program is fully elective, providing students
maximum flexibility to design a study plan tailored
to suit their individual academic and professional
needs. Students can choose from a wide range
of courses from graduate programs and honours
years in the areas of project management,
property development, construction management,
planning, science and services, quantity surveying
and building surveying. The program requires
the completion of courses totalling 18 units
from the Electives offered. Prescribed courses
within the program are also offered externally.
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Program requirements
Course name
Electives
Building Construction and Materials 6
Building Construction and Materials 7
Building Structures 5
Building Structures 6
Building Structures and Geomechanics 1
Building Structures and Geomechanics 2
Building Surveying Practice 1
Building Surveying Practice 2
Construction Management 3
Construction Management 4
Social Planning and Community Issues
Fire Technology 1
Fire Technology 2
Introduction to Regional and Urban Planning
Planning Policy and Practice
Problem Based Learning and
Research Methods
Quantity Surveying 1N
Quantity Surveying 3R
Statutory Controls 1
Statutory Controls 2
Sustainable Urban Design
Transport and Planning
Important information
Units
2.00
2.00
4.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
4.5
4.5
4.5
2.00
2.00
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
2.00
2.00
4.5
4.5
Normally this qualification will be an
appropriate degree or other equivalent
qualification or appropriate work experience.
For further information
Visit: www.unisa.edu.au/programs
and search by program code.
Research Degrees
The University of South Australia also offers a number of opportunities for Masters Degrees by Research in each of its Divisions.
For the Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment, these higher degrees by research are available to
qualified applicants:
Master of Science
(Bioinformatics)
Master of Science
(Applied Physics)
Program code
CRICOS code
LMIE
065888F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Master of Building
Program code
Program code
LMIE
CRICOS code
024051B
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
Total annual fee (A$)
$23000
Total annual fee (A$)
$23000
Total program fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
$46000
Total program fee (A$)
$46000
Start date (Study period)
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Master of Computer
Information Science
Program code
CRICOS code
Home campus
065882A
2yrs
024074F
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
$46000
SP2 or SP5
MLK
LMIE
000161E
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$23000
$46000
Total program fee (A$)
$46000
$46000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
CRICOS code
Electrical and Information
Engineering
065904M
Systems Engineering
065901C
Environmental Remediation and
Public Health
065908G
Mathematics and Statistics
065909F
Mechanical and Manufacturing
Engineering
065910B
Computer and Information Science 065903A
$23000
Total program fee (A$)
UniSA’s Division of Information Technology,
Engineering and the Environment offers
PhD academic opportunities in the following
disciplines:
2yrs
$23000
Total annual fee (A$)
$23000
SP2 or SP5
013179K
Master of Science
(Mathematics)
LMIE
CRICOS code
Total annual fee (A$)
Home campus
Home campus
LMIE
MLK
Program code
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Master of Planning
LMIE
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Start date (Study period)
Doctor of Philosophy
SP2 or SP5
MLK
Engineering and Environment
065905K
Planning and Building
065911A
Bioinformatics
065902B
Minerals and Materials
036288D
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
MLK
LPHD
Program code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
4yrs
$23000
$92000
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
Master of Engineering
(Electrical and
Information
Engineering)
Program code
CRICOS code
LMIE
065884K
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$23000
Total program fee (A$)
$46000
Start date (Study period)
Program code
LMIE
065889E
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total annual fee (A$)
$23000
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
$46000
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
Master of Engineering
(Systems Engineering)
Master of Science
(Statistics)
Program code
Program code
LMIE
$23000
Total program fee (A$)
$46000
065887G
Program duration (in EFTSL)
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Program duration (in EFTSL)
$23000
Total annual fee (A$)
$46000
Total program fee (A$)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CRICOS code
MLK
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 or SP5
MLK
LMIE
065891M
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 or SP5
MLK
MLK
Master of Engineering
(Civil)
Master of Science
(Environmental
Remediation Public
Health)
Master of Science
(Minerals and
Materials)
Program code
CRICOS code
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Program code
Program code
LMIE
065890A
Program duration (in EFTSL)
Total program fee (A$)
065885J
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
$23000
Total program fee (A$)
$46000
$46000
Start date (Study period)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
Program duration (in EFTSL)
$23000
2yrs
Total annual fee (A$)
CRICOS code
LMIE
Home campus
Total annual fee (A$)
Total program fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
Home campus
SP2 or SP5
MLK
MLK
Apply online for a research degree
program
International students can apply online for a
place in one of UniSA’s higher degree by research
programs. Visit www.unisa.edu.au/resdegrees/
howtoapply/default.asp and read the following
guidelines before you complete the application form
Online application form
For enquiries by mail, contact:
We will acknowledge your application by email.
It takes between four to six weeks to finalise
applications and make an offer. Applicants for
competitive scholarships may take longer.
The Graduate Studies Office will notify you of the
outcome of your application by email.
Graduate Studies Office
Mawson Lakes campus
University of South Australia
GPO Box 2471
Adelaide South
Australia 5001
Research Degree
entry requirements
LMIE
065886G
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
MLK
LMIE
065883M
2yrs
$23000
$46000
SP2 or SP5
MLK
An applicant for a place in a Masters
by research program must satisfy
the Research Degrees Committee of
competence to undertake a higher
degree by research by; a) hold or be
eligible to hold from an approved
higher education institution an
award in an appropriate discipline
which is assessed by this University
as being equivalent to; an Honours
degree or a Bachelors degree
with honours; or a Bachelors
degree and a preliminary course of
study of honours standard; or an
appropriate Masters degree; or other
qualifications as are acceptable to
the Research Degrees Committee
- in such cases the applicant must
satisfy the Committee of fitness
to undertake advanced work
on the basis of the standard of
achievement in, and the relevance
of, previous higher education studies,
and professional experience or
published research work. English
language entry requirements
for International students:
All international students are
expected to be proficient in English
comprehension and expression.
Please refer to www.unisa.edu.au/
resdegrees/howtoapply/engreq.
asp for information on required
IELTS scores or other acceptable
tests of English proficiency.
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IT, Engineering and the Environment
Total annual fee (A$)
Start date (Study period)
065881B
CRICOS code
Program code
CRICOS code
LMIE
CRICOS code
MLK
Master of Science
(Geoinformatics)
Start date (Study period)
Master of Engineering
(Mechanical and
Manufacturing)
SP2 or SP5
Home campus
CRICOS code
Master of Science
(Sustainable
Environments)
International representatives
The University of South Australia has representatives all over the world who can assist you with further information. Please contact one of
our following international representatives in your country:
This list is correct at the time of printing. For an up-to-date list visit
www.unisa.edu.au/international/your-country/representatives.asp
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(see also Japan)
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Fax: (61) 8 8410 1166
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.gakko.com.au
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Education
(see also Peoples’ Republic of China)
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Level 3, 451 Pitt Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9281 8133
Fax: (61) 2 9281 0505
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australiaeducation.
com.au
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Malaysia, Singapore)
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Tel: (61) 8 8231 1228
Fax: (61) 8 8231 1227
Email: [email protected]
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Fax: (61) 7 3210 1683
Email: [email protected]
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Fax: (61) 3 9663 5788
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.aused-unied.com
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Malaysia, Singapore)
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(Cnr. Quay Street & Thomas Lane)
Haymarket
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9280 0266
Fax: (61) 2 9280 0366
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.aused-unied.com
AusEd-UniEd International P/L
(see also Hong Kong, Indonesia,
Malaysia, Singapore)
QG16, Prince Centre
8 Quay Street
Haymarket
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9211 0966
Fax: (61) 2 9211 9366
Email: [email protected]
Website:http://www.aused-unied.com
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Australian International Education
Services (AIES)
(see also Peoples’ Republic of China)
1st Floor, 85 Gouger Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Tel: (61) 8 8212 8066
Fax: (61) 8 8212 8011
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.aies.biz
Australian Migration & Education
Solutions
(see also Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Germany,
Mexico, Peru, Spain)
2 Peel Street 2nd Flr. Suite 9/31 Hindley
Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
(GPO Box 1162, Adelaide, SA 5001)
Tel: (61) 8 8410 6262
Fax: (61) 8 8221 6657
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.studyoz.com (English)
www.estudiarenaustralia.com (Spanish)
Australian Migration &
Recruitment Consulting
(see also Peoples’ Republic of China
- All Health Sciences programs including
ARNTP Australian Registered Nurse
Training Program)
Suite 13, 13 - 25 Church Street
Hawthorn
Victoria 3122
Tel: (61) 3 9852 7095
Fax: (61) 3 9852 7889
Email: [email protected]
australink.pl Pty Ltd
(see also Poland)
12 Stanley Street
Tranmere
Adelaide
South Australia 5073
Tel: (61) 8 8336 5445
Fax: (61) 8 8336 5445
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australink.pl
BaDa Education Centre
(see also Korea)
Suite 202, Level 2, 630 - 634 George
Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9267 2200
Fax: (61) 2 9267 2777
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.badauhak.co.kr
BaDa Education Centre
(see also Korea)
Level 3, 44 Gawler Place
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Tel: (61) 8 8232 8248
Fax: (61) 8 8113 2015
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.badauhak.co.kr
BaDa Education Centre
(see also Korea)
Unit 20, Level 4, Colonial Building
161 London Circuit City
Canberra
ACT 2601
Tel: (61) 2 6247 6333
Fax: (61) 2 6247 6555
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.badauhak.co.kr
BaDa Education Centre
(see also Korea)
Suite 5, Level 10
55 Swanston Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9654 6528
Fax: (61) 3 9654 6529
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.badauhak.co.kr
Boomerang Australia Studies
(see also France, Italy)
144 Crown Street, Level 2
Sydney
New South Wales 2010
Tel: (61) 2 9331 8627, 9356 4125
Fax: (61) 2 9475 4078
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.boomerangaustralia.com
Century 21 Edu Net Pty Ltd
Suite 307, Manning Building
451 Pitt Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9280 1860
Fax: (61) 2 9280 1682
Email: [email protected]
CP Education Australia
(see also Thailand)
Suite 1, Level 6, Labor Council Building
383 Sussex Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9267 8522
Fax: (61) 2 9283 3454
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cpinter.com.au
CP Education & Migration Service
(see also Thailand)
Suite 1003, 10th Floor Equitable House
343 Little Collins Street (Cnr Elizabeth
Street)
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9602 5355
Fax: (61) 3 9602 5377
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cpinter.com.au
Cross Pacific Education
(see also Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar,
Saudi of Arabia, United Arab Emirates)
Level 30, Westpac House
91 King William Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Mobile: (61) 404 548 020
Fax: (61) 8 8233 5858
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cpeau.com
EduGlobal
(See also Peoples’ Republic of China)
Level 1, 11 York Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9964 6202
Fax: (61) 2 9964 6205
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EIC International
(See also Peoples’ Republic of China)
Suite 508, Level 5, Manning Building
451 Pitt Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9281 5000
Fax: (61) 2 9281 8933
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eig.org.cn
Francaustralia Education
(See also France)
Level 7, 243 Edward Street
Brisbane 4000
Queensland
Tel: (61) (0) 413 066 607
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.francaustralia.com
Global Reach
(See also Bhutan, India and Nepal)
Ground Floor, 56 Station Street
Parramatta,Sydney
New South Wales 2150
Tel: (61) 2 9687 9733, 9687 8451
Fax: (61) 2 8211 5163
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Health Careers International
Pty Ltd
(India - All Health Sciences programs
including
ARNTP Australian Registered Nurse
Training Program)
597-599 Upper Heidelberg Road
Heidelberg Heights
Victoria 3081
Tel: (61) 3 9457 7555
Fax: (61) 3 9457 7577
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nursesinternational.
com.au
iAE Global
(see also Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia,
New Zealand, Poland, Peoples’ Republic
China, Taiwan, Thailand)
Suite 2, Level 3, 127 Rundle Mall
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Tel: (61) 8 8359 2011
Fax: (61) 8 8359 2544
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eduhouse.net
iAE Global
(see also Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia,
New Zealand, Poland, Peoples’ Republic
China, Taiwan, Thailand)
Level 2, 69 Adelaide Street
Brisbane
Queensland 4000
Tel: (61) 7 3003 1899
Fax: (61) 7 3003 1877
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eduhouse.net
iAE Global
(see also Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia,
New Zealand, Poland, Peoples’ Republic
China, Taiwan, Thailand)
Level 5, 250 Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9602 2060
Fax: (61) 3 9602 5455
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eduhouse.net
iAE Global
(see also Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia,
New Zealand, Poland, Peoples’ Republic
China, Taiwan, Thailand)
Level 1, 303 Pitt Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9267 5252
Fax: (61) 2 9267 5250
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eduhouse.net
iAE Global
(see also Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia,
New Zealand, Poland, Peoples’ Republic
China, Taiwan, Thailand)
81 Dunmore Street
Bexley
Sydney
New South Wales 2207
Tel: (61) 433109266
IDP Education Australia
Shop 20, 215 Adelaide Street
Brisbane
Queensland 4000
Tel: (61) 7 3020 6101
Fax: (61) 7 3220 0084
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australia.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Ground Floor, 410 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9670 7685
Fax: (61) 3 9670 7645
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australia.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
138 Barrack Street
Perth
Western Australia 6000
Tel: (61) 8 9221 9080
Fax: (61) 8 9221 9040
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australia.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Student Service Centre
Ground Floor, 191 - 199 Thomas Street
Haymarket
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 8260 3300
Fax: (61) 2 8260 3311
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australia.idp.com
IGEC International Group for
Educational Consultants
(see also Egypt, Jordan, Iran, Kingdom
of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates)
Suite 306, 451 Pitt Street
Haymarket
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9281 1911
Fax: (61) 2 9281 1955
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.igec.com.au
International Student Exchange
Services
(see also Peoples’ Republic of China)
Level 4, 66 King William Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ises.net.au
International Student Exchange
Services
(see also Peoples’ Republic of China)
101 / 145 Russell St
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9639 5931
Fax: (61) 3 9639 6356
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ises.net.au
KOKOS International
(see also Korea)
Level 1, 22 - 28 Peel Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Tel: (61) 8 8410 3562
Fax: (61) 8 8410 3563
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ikokos.com
KOKOS International
(see also Korea)
Suite 1 G, Level 1, 243 Edward Street
Brisbane
Queensland 4000
Tel: (61) 7 3221 1688
Fax: (61) 7 3221 1998
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ikokos.com
KOKOS International
(see also Korea)
1/134 Bunda Street
Canberra
ACT 2601
Tel: (61) 2 6247 1658
Fax: (61) 2 6247 3073
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ikokos.com
KOKOS International
(see also Korea)
Suite A, Level 12, 2 Elizabeth Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9639 2207
Fax: (61) 3 9639 2208
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ikokos.com
KOKOS International
(see also Korea)
40 - 44 Pier Street
Perth
Western Australia 6000
Tel: (61) 8 9225 4047
Fax: (61) 8 9225 4067
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ikokos.com
KOKOS International
(see also Korea)
Suite 607, Level 6, 379 - 383 Pitt Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9283 1523
Fax: (61) 2 9283 1524
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ikokos.com
Latino Australia Education
(see also Brazil, Chile, Colombia,
Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela)
Suite 29, 247 Drummond Street
Clock Tower
Carlton
Victoria 3053
Tel: (61) 3 9347 7784
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.latinoaustralia.com
Lawand Education
(see also Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, United
Arab Emirates)
Suite 715, Level 7
343 Little Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9642 8008
Fax: (61) 3 9642 2002
Email: [email protected]
Lawand Education
(see also Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, United
Arab Emirates)
Suite F2 Level 1
Holiday Inn Concourse
3221 Gold Coast Highway
Surfers Paradise
Queensland 4226
Tel: (61) 7 5539 9898
Fax: (61) 7 5539 9696
Email: [email protected]
Lawand Education
Unit G9, 35 - 39 Bourke Road
Alexandria
Sydney
New South Wales 2015
Tel: (61) 2 9699 7511
Fax: (61) 2 9699 7611
Email: [email protected]
Nanuri Education Centre
(see also Japan and Korea)
Level 3, 118 King William Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Phone: (61) 8 8410 2277
Fax: (61) 8 8410 2244
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nanuriedu.com
Nanuri Education Centre
(see also Japan and Korea)
Level 1, 86A Barrack Street
Perth
Western Australia 6000
Phone: (61) 8 9218 9488
Fax: (61) 8 9218 9208
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nanuriedu.com
Oceanic Consultants Australia
(see also India)
Level 5, 131 Queen Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 8606 0200
Fax: (61) 3 8606 0201
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.oceanicconsultants.com
Oriental Migration & Education
Center
(see also Peoples’ Republic of China)
Suite 1308, 99 Bathurst Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9267 8100, 9267 5600
Fax: (61) 2 9267 5550
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.visa2au.com
www.liuxue168.com
Oriental Migration & Education
Center
(see also Peoples’ Republic of China)
Suite 208, Epworth Building
33 Pirie Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Tel: (61) 8 8410 6709
Fax: (61) 8 8410 3336
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.visa2au.com
www.liuxue168.com
Smart Choice Education
Suite 906, Level 9, 2 - 26 Elizabeth
Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9005 1992, 9639 8119
Fax: (61) 3 9639 8464
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.sce.org.au
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
Level 5, 155 Queen Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9670 0071
Fax: (61) 3 9670 0072
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Staff Solutions Australia P/L
Suite 1602, 60 Margaret Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9241 2455
Fax: (61) 2 9241 6788
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eryugaku.com.au
Staff Solutions Australia P/L
Level 12, 410 Queen Street
Brisbane
Queensland 4000
Tel: (61) 7 3229 1533
Fax: (61) 7 3839 4111
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ssaust.com.au
Staff Solutions Australia P/L
Shop 41, Orchid Plaza
58 Lake Street
Cairns
Queensland 4870
Tel: (61) 7 4051 9005
Fax: (61) 7 4051 9080
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eryugaku.com.au
Staff Solutions Australia P/L
L11, 230 Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9663 0000
Fax: (61) 3 9663 0050
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.ssamelbourne.com
Staff Solutions Australia P/L
L2 34 Orchid Ave
Surfers Paradise
Queensland 4217
Tel: (61) 7 5592 6338
Fax: (61) 7 5592 6337
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eryugaku.com.au
Strathfield Overseas Student
Services of Australia
(see also Korea)
Suite 4, Level 5
Strathfield Plaza
11 The Boulevarde
Strathfield
New South Wales 2135
Tel: (61) 2 9746 1452
Fax: (61) 2 9764 4480
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.hojoo.com
Strathfield Overseas Student
Services of Australia
(see also Korea)
Suite 308, 95 Currie Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Tel: (61) 8 8410 3142
Fax: (61) 8 8410 3143
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.hojoo.com
Strathfield Overseas Student
Services of Australia
(see also Korea)
Shop 1A, 52 Freda Street
Upper Mt Gravatt
Queensland 4122
Tel: (61) 7 3849 5275
Fax: (61) 7 3102 9157
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.hojoo.com
Shaheda Educational Consultancy
(SEC)
Boshoti Horizon
Apt. no. 3b, House no. 21
Road no. 17, Banani
Dhaka 1213
Tel: (880) 2 8817404, 8861947,
8828210
Fax: (880) 2 8861948
Email: [email protected]
BELGIUM
VIEC Pty Ltd
Level 26, 44 Market Street
(opposite Queen Victoria Building)
Sydney
New South Wales
Tel: (61) 2 9089 8755
Mobile: 0430438515
Email: [email protected]
AUSTRIA
GOstralia!
Lange Strasse 54
70174 Stuttgart
Tel: 49 (0) 711 284 8886
Fax: 49 (0) 711 284 8896
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.gostralia.de
Institute Ranke-Heinemann/IDP
Austria
Informationszentrum Wien
Universitaetsstrasse 11
1010 Wien
Tel: (43) 1 406 0224
Fax: (43) 1 406 3584
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: www.ranke-heinemann.
at/australien/
BAHRAIN
Cross Pacific Education
1st Floor, 34 Waymouth Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Mobile: (61) 404 548 020
Fax: (61) 8 8238 3400
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cpeau.com
Education Zone
Knowledge Village
Building 2B, Office F30
Dubai
Tel: (971) 4 3910258
Fax: (971) 4 3664512
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ezone.ae
IDP Education Australia
Shop #20, Isa Town Mall
Building 3324, Road 1012
Block 810
Isla Town
Tel: 973 176 89960
Fax 973 176 89930
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.bahrain.idp.com
BANGLADESH
Australia-Bangladesh Education
Consultants
57 Kazi Nazrul
Islam Avenue
Farmgate
Dhaka 1215
Tel: (88) 02 09111234, 02 815266, 02
9142811
Fax: (88) 02 9127404
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.abecedu.com
Australia-Bangladesh Education
Consultants
5th Floor Star Hotel
Commercial Building House #16
Road# 02
Dhanmondi
Dhaka 1205
Tel: (88) 02 9676226, 9675646
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.abecedu.com
IDP Education Australia
House #4/A, Road #54/A
Gulshan 2,
Dhaka 1212
Tel: (880) 2 988 3545 , 882 1067 , 989
5913 , 989 6134
Fax: (880) 2 882 3343, 882 8737
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.bangladesh.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
90 Rue Faiderstraat
1050 Brussels
Tel: (32) 2 646 9770
Fax: (32) 2 646 9885
Email: [email protected]m
Website: www.france.idp.com
BHUTAN
Global Reach
S D Plaza 2nd Floor
Opposite RICB Building, Norzin Lam
Thimphu
Tel: (975) 334362
Fax: (975) 334360
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
BOLIVIA
Australian Migration & Education
Solutions
(Europe and Latin America only)
Av. Hernando Siles 4503
La Paz
Tel: (591) 2 278 7887
Fax: (591) 2 278 3494
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.studyoz.com (English)
www.estudiarenaustralia.com (Spanish)
BRAZIL
Australian Migration & Education
Solutions
(Europe and Latin America only)
Office 9, 2nd Floor, 2 Peel Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
(GPO Box 1162, Adelaide, SA 5001)
Tel: (61) 8 8410 6262
Fax: (61) 8 8221 6657
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.studyoz.com (English)
www.estudiarenaustralia.com (Spanish)
Latino Australia Education
Rua Barao do Triunfo, 550 conj. 54
Brooklin - CEP 04602 002
Sao Paulo
Tel: (55) 11 5542 8787
Fax: (55) 11 5542 8787
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.latinoaustralia.com
Latino Australia Education
Av. Carlos Gomes, 403 cj. 805
CEP: 90480-003
Porto Alegre
Tel: (55) 51 3029 9288
Fax: (55) 51 3029 9288
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.latinoaustralia.com
BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
HRD Services Global Education
Link
Bangunan Fakhriah No. 157
Jalan Kumbang Pasang
Bandar Seri Bagawan BS8411
Tel: (62) 673 223 2812 Ext 25
Fax: (62) 673 2650807
Email: [email protected]
CANADA
AustraLearn: Study in Australia,
New Zealand and the South Pacific
12050 North Pecos Street
Suite 320,
Westminster, CO 80234 USA
Tel: (1) 800 980 0033
Fax: (1) 303 446 5955
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australearncanada.org
IDP Education Australia
Student Service Centre
Ground Floor, 191 - 199 Thomas Street
Haymarket
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 8260 3300
Fax: (61) 2 8260 3311
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.usa-canada.
idp.com
All enquiries are handled by the
counselling team in Sydney
KOM Consultants
PO Box 60524
Mountain Plaza Postal Outlet
Hamilton, ON
L9C 7N7
Tel: (1) 905 318 8200
Fax: (1) 905 318 5664
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.komconsultants.com
CHILE
Latino Australia Education
Cruz del Sur 235 Las Condes
(a 2 cuadras del Metro Escuela Militar)
Santiago
Tel: (56) 2 2284843
Fax: (56) 2 2284843
Email: [email protected]
COLOMBIA
Latino Australia Education
Carrera 12 # 98 -35
Oficina 205
Bogota
Tel: (57) 1 6401537, 7032587,
8050197
Fax: (57) 2 621 4063
Email: [email protected]
Latino Australia Education
Avenida Roosevelt #52 A-45
Oficina 1B
Centro Comercial Super Rapido del Sur
Cali
Tel: (57) 2 551 3167
Fax: (57) 2 513 1459
Email: [email protected]
Latino Australia Education
Carrera 43A #7-50
Oficina 508
Torre Empresarial Dann Carlton
Medellin
Tel: (57) 4 312 3674
Fax: (57) 4 268 9039
Email: [email protected]
OZI International
Calle 113 No 11 A - 44
Bogota
Tel: (57) 1 6 37 52 27, 29 71 87
Fax: (57) 1 6346772
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.estudieenaustralia.com
CAMBODIA
OZI International
Av. Pasoancho No 68 - 64 Of. 211
Cali
Tel: (57) 2 3304965
Fax: (57) 2 4098025
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.estudieenaustralia.com
IDP Education Australia
No. 46, St. 214
Sangkat Boeung Raing
Khan Daun Penh
Phnom Penh
Tel: (855) 23 212 113
Fax: (855) 23 426 608
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cambodia.idp.com
OZI International
Transv. Inf (Cra. 32) No 1B Sur - 51
Medellin
Tel: (57) 1 6346773
Fax: (57) 1 6346772
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.estudieenaustralia.com
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DENMARK
EDU Danmark ApS
(see also Iceland)
Koebmagergade 2, 5th Floor
DK - 1150 Copenhagen K
Tel: (45) 7020 2824
Fax:(45) 7020 2837
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edu-danmark.dk
ECUADOR
Latino Australia Education
Edificio Executive Center
Avenida Constitucion y Avenida Juan
Tanca Marengo
Piso #2 Oficina 207
Guayaquil
Tel: (593) 4229 2379, 2393, 2396,
2399
Fax: (593) 4229 2379, 2393, 2396,
2399
Email: [email protected]
EGYPT
IGEC International Group for
Educational Consultants
Divan Consulting Services
17B El Obour Building
Salah Salem Road
Cairo
Tel: (20) 2 405 4078
Fax: (20) 2 405 4416
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.igec.com.au
FINLAND
Kilroy Education Finland
Kaivokatu 10d, 00100 Helsinki
Tel: (358) 9 6124 0271
Fax: (358) 20 7818076
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ieconline.fi
FRANCE
Australia Services SARL
3 Rue des bons enfants
Ile de la Reunion
97410
Tel: (33) 262 262 26 32 06
Email: [email protected]
Australie Mag
16 rue Charlemagne
75004 Paris
Tel: (33) 1 40 46 84 76
Fax: (33) 1 43 37 92 21
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australiemag.com
Boomerang Australia Studies
11 rue Bugeaud
69 006 Lyon
Tel: (33) 4 78 24 22 13
Fax: (33) 4 78 24 32 36
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.boomerangaustralia.com
Etudes Australie Consulting
10 rue de Servandoni
750006 Paris
Tel: (33) (0)1 55 78 28 16
Fax: (33) (0)1 55 78 28 19
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.etudes-australie.fr
Etudes Australie Consulting
17 bis Rue Paul Pouget
Bordeaux
33470 Gujan-Mestras
Tel: (33) (0)5 57 52 48 26
Fax: (33) (0)5 57 52 48 26
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.capec.info/
Francaustralia Education
47 rue Servan, Bat C
75011 Paris
Tel: (33) (0) 1 43 38 86 95
Fax: (33) (0) 1 71 18 25 34
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.francaustralia.com
Francaustralia Education
20 Bd Eugene Deruelle
Le Britannia Bat C
69432 Lyon Cedex 03
Tel: (33) (0) 4 78 60 35 42
Fax: (33) (0) 1 71 18 25 34
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.francaustralia.com
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IDP Education Australia
81 Boulevard des Belges
69006 Lyon
Tel: (33) 4 3737 8000
Fax: (33) 4 7869 9943
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.france.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
35 Rue Exelmans
78000 Versailles
Tel: (33) 1 39 02 50 50
Fax: (33) 1 39 02 50 51
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.france.idp.com
GERMANY
GOstralia!
Lange Strasse 54
70174 Stuttgart
Tel: 49 (0) 711 284 8886
Fax: 49 (0) 711 284 8896
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.gostralia.de
GOstralia!
Arndtstrasse 73
44135 Dortmund
Tel: 49 (0) 231 586 2482
Fax: 49 (0) 231 586 2482
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.gostralia.de
GOstralia!
Grundstrasse 20
20257 Hamburg
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.gostralia.de
IEC Online GmbH - International
Education Centre
Marienstrasse 19/20
10117 Berlin
Tel: (49) 30 20458687, 45 8688, 45
8689
Fax: (49) 30 20458688
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ieconline.de
Institut Ranke-Heinemann/IDP
Germany
Informationszentrum Berlin
Friedrichstrasse 95
10117 Berlin
Tel: (49) 302 0962 9593
Fax: (49) 302 0962 9591
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: http://www.idp.com/germany/
Institut Ranke-Heinemann/IDP
Germany
Informationszentrum Essen
Schnutenhausstrasse 44
45136 Essen
Tel: (49) 201 252552
Fax: (49) 201 267553
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: http://www.idp.com/germany/
Institut Ranke-Heinemann/IDP
Germany
Informationszentrum Munchen
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat
Munchen
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
80539 Munchen
Tel: (49) 89 21805731
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.idp.com/germany/
HONG KONG
Aston Education
Unit 5C China Overseas Bldg
139 Hennessey Road
Wanchai
Tel: (852) 2866 9933
Fax: (852) 2866 9880
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.astonhongkong.com
AusEd-UniEd International P/L
Unit 2209, 22nd Floor
655 Nathan Road
Mongkok
Kowloon
Tel: (852) 2392 1592, 1593
Fax: (852) 2392 1591
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.aused-unied.com
Australian Education Association
Unit 1601, One Grand Tower
639 Nathan Road
Mongkok
Kowloon
Tel: (852) 2114 4088
Fax: (852) 2114 0406
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aea.org.hk
Australian Education Consultancy
(AEC)
Suite 2502, Office Tower,
Convention Plaza
1 Harbour Road,
Wanchai
Tel: (852) 2598 6166
Fax: (852) 2598 6390
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aecl.com.hk
Hong Kong Education Web
Room 802, Tai Tung Building
8 Fleming Road
Wanchai
Tel: (852) 2272 2800
Fax: (852) 2272 2828
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.education.com.hk
Hong Kong Overseas Studies
Centre
Room 1229 - 1230, Star House
3 Salisbury Road
Tsim Sha Tsui
Kowloon
Tel: (852) 2730 2068, 2800
Fax: (852) 2730 2808
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.hkosc.com.hk
iAE Hong Kong
Room 1801A, 18th Floor, Star House
3 Salisbury Road
Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel: (852) 231 48312
Fax: (852) 231 40767
Email: [email protected]
IDP Education Australia
Room 2807, Harbour Centre
28th Floor
25 Harbour Road
Wanchai
Tel: (852) 2827 6362
Fax: (852) 2827 9286, 8298, 2104
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.hongkong.idp.com
IEducation & Training Group
Room 504, Valley Centre
80 - 82 Morrison Hill Road
Tel: (852) 2574 7738
Fax: (852) 2574 8131
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ietgroup.com.hk
International Studies Service
Centre
Rm 2008-11 Wu Sang House
655 Nathan Road
Mongkok, Kowloon
Tel: (852) 2591 9997
Fax: (852) 2591 9993
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.issc.com.hk
ICELAND
EDU Danmark ApS
Koebmagergade 2, 5th Floor
DK - 1150 Copenhagen K
Tel: (45) 7020 2824
Fax:(45) 7020 2837
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edu-danmark.dk
INDIA
Locate a University of South Australia
agent in India
Avenues Overseas
601, ‘Aditya’
B/H Sardar Patel Seva Samaj
Nr. Mithakhali Six Road
Navrangpura
Ahmedabad 380006
Tel : (91) 79 26402645
Fax: (91) 79 26561710
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: www.avenuesoverseas.com
Avenues Overseas
16/17Sirshanmugam Road
R S Puram
Coimbatore 641 002
Tamil Nadu
Tel: (91) 42 2450 8888
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.avenuesoverseas.com
Avenues Overseas
Plot No. 381, 3rd Floor
Above Adarsh Hotel
Sector 16, Gandhinagar
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 79 3200 1168
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.avenuesoverseas.com
Avenues Overseas
D17/18 Durga Bazar
Durga Oil Mill Compound
Near Railway Crossing
Himatnagar 383001
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 27 7229 0003
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.avenuesoverseas.com
Avenues Overseas
Ground Floor, Office No 8
22, Kalyan Building
K M Zaveri Marg, Kumbhartukda
Bhuleshwar
Mumbai 400 004
Tel: (91) 22 2205 8388
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.avenuesoverseas.com
Avenues Overseas
7, Chanakya Complex
Nr. Vaniyavad Circle
College Road
Nadiad 387 001
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 268 2520 348
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.avenuesoverseas.com
Avenues Overseas
205/206, Landmark, The Mall
2nd Floor, Opp Sayaji Library
Navsari 396445
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 26 3728 0506/7/8
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.avenuesoverseas.com
Avenues Overseas
Ground Floor, Punabha Complex
Near Adarsh High School
Patan 384 265
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 27 6622 0255
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.avenuesoverseas.com
Avenues Overseas
2, Bhavani Complex
Kisanpara Chowk
Raiya Road
Rajkot 360001
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 28 1305 3567
Email: [email protected]
com
Email: [email protected]
Avenues Overseas
403 Arundeep
Race Course Circle
Chakli Circle
Vadodara 390 007
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 265 235 0649
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.avenuesoverseas.com
Avenues Overseas
2 Diwaliba Chambers
Near ICICI Bank
Mota Bazar
Vallabh Vidyanagar 388 120
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 26 9232 0099
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.avenuesoverseas.com
Global Reach
Unit 7W, The Millenium
235/2A A JC Bose Road
Adjacent to Hotel Hindusthan
International
Kolkata 700 020
Tel : (91) 33 2283 5537, 3053 2020/21
Fax: (91) 33 2283 5538
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
D205, City Centre
DC Block, Sector - 1
Salt Lake
Kolkata 700 064
Tel : (91) 33 2358 4093, 4006 3166
Fax: (91) 33 2358 4094
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
2, Malti Appt, Vijay Crossroads
Fire Station Road
Memnagar
Ahemedabad 380009
Tel: (91) 79 65456595, 65216595
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
203, 2nd Floor, Silverline Complex
BesideWorld Trade Center
Sayaiguni
Baroda 390005
Tel: (91) 265 6643444, 641555
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
5th Floor, Metro House
Van Vihar Square
Bhubaneswar 751007
Tel: (91) 674 3295477
Fax: (91) 674 2543797
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
#1176, Sector 44 B
Chandigarh 160047
Tel: (91) 172 2665917/8
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
Level 3, #33 Josier Street
Nungambakkam
Chennai 600034
Tel: (91) 44 2822 5581/6317, 2823
8788
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
Sc.31, Naga Shopping Arcade
Dimapur 797112
Nagaland
Tel: (91) 3862 232426
Fax: (91) 03862 225591
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
5th Floor, Peace Enclave 724
City Mart Building,
Ulubari Chariali, G.S. Road
Guwahati 781007
Tel: (91) 361 2734677/78
Fax: (91) 361 2664308
Email: [email protected].
com
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
1st Floor, V V Mansion
Opposite Amrutha Mall
Somajiguda Circle
Hyderabad 5000082
Tel: (91) 40 66627755, 66628822
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
43B, Gopal Bari
Adjacent to SBBJ Bank
Off Ajmer Pulia
Jaipur 302001
Rajasthan
Tel: ( 91) 141 2378982/91, 40100032
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
319, Ansal Chambers-II
6, Bhikaji Cama Place
New Delhi 110 066
Tel: (91) 11 26186415/6
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
Pustak Bhandar Compound
Govind Mitra Road
Patna 800 004
Tel: (91) 612 2301536/2301758
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
G-3, Jeevan Plaza
Shankar Nagar Pandri Marg
Near Avanti Bai Chowk
Raipur 492001
Tel: (91) 771 4044610
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
Global Reach
D. No. 47-7-20, 4th Lane
Dwarakanagar
Visakhapatnam 530016
Tel: (91) 891 2702459
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach.in
IDP Education Australia
1st Floor, Mahalay Complex
Opp. Hotel President, Near Swastik
Char Rasta
Off. C. G. Road, Navrangpura
Ahmedabad 380009
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 79 640 6226, 3413, 4807,
6228, 2432, 0583
Fax: (91) 79 640 4094
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
SCO 28, District Shopping Centre
Ranjit Avenue
Amritsar 143 001
Punjab
Tel: (91) 183 5063041 - 44
Fax: (91) 183 5063045
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
201, 2nd Floor, The Presidency
No 1, St Mark’s Road
Bangalore 560001
Tel: (91) 80 41233 751 -756
Fax: (91) 80 4123 3757
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
SCO 147 - 148, 2nd Flr
Sector 9-C
Madhya Marg
Chandigarh 160009
Tel: (91) 17 2274 1088. 1516, 1331,
1772, 6094
Fax: (91) 172 274 1510
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
10A, Rain Tree Place
7 McNichols Road
Chetpet
Chennai 600 031
Tel: (91) 44 4285 7041 - 7044
Fax: (91) 44 4285 7045
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Uma Hyderabad House, 3rd Floor,
6-3-1090/1/1 Raj Bhavan Road,
Somajiguda,
Hyderabad
Anhra Pradesh 500082
Tel: (91) 40 2339 8247 - 8251
Fax: (91) 40 2339 8200
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
7th Floor, Bab Towers
Near Hotel Harbor View
Opp. Kochi Shipyard Atlantis
M.G. Road
Kochi 682 015
Tel: (91) 484 4051101 - 04
Fax: (91) 484 4051199
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
SCO 31, 2nd Flr
Feroze Gandhi Market
Bhai Bala Chowk
Ludhiana 141 001
Punjab
Tel: (91) 161 4639071 - 74
Fax: (91) 161 4639078
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
1st Floor, Express Building
14-E Road, Churchgate Station
Mumbai 400 020
Tel: (91) 22 2202 6505, 6509
Fax: (91) 22 2202 6501
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Flat No 513 - 515, 5th Floor
International Trade Tower
Nehru Place
New Delhi 110 019
Tel: (91) 11 2621 3504
Fax: (91) 11 2648 1262
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Eden Hall, 1st Flr
103, Ghokhale Rd
Shivaji Nagar
Model Colony
Pune 411 016
Tel: (91) 20 256 66138 - 41
Fax: (91) 20 256 66143
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
28/29 Trident Mall
2nd Flr, Race Course Rd
S. T. Depot
Vadodra 390 007
Tel: (91) 265 2324606 - 9
Fax: (91) 265 2324611
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.india.idp.com
Interface
103, First Floor, Tower - B
UNITECH Cyber Park, Sector - 39
Gurgaon 122001
Haryana
Tel: (91) 124 4683777
Fax: (91) 124 4683799
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.interfaceol.com
Kaaiser International Education
18-B, Old Idgah
Agra
Tel: (91) 0562 2420227
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: www.kaaiser.com
Kaaiser International Education
S-3, 2nd Floor
E-5/16, Bittan Market
Arera Colony, Opp. Devika Petrol Pump
Bhopal
Tel: (91) 0755 5236394
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: www.kaaiser.com
Kaaiser International Education
417B, Near Geeta Bhawan
Adarsh Nagar
Jaipur
Tel: (91) 0141 2612633
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: www.kaaiser.com
Kaaiser International Education
Office No. 17, 2nd Floor
Dheeraj Heritage, S.V. Road
Milan Subway Junction
Santa Cruz (W)
Mumbai 400054
Tel: (91) 022 67023282, 26603733
Fax: (91) 022 55023283
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: www.kaaiser.com
Kaaiser International Education
25B 2nd Floor, AB Commercial Centre
Safdarjung Enclave
New Delhi 110029
Tel: (91) 11 41354778
Fax: (91) 11 41652863
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: www.kaaiser.com
Kaaiser International Education
309A, City Tower
Behind Ruby Hall Hospital
Dhole Patil Road, Pune 411 001
Tel: (91) 020 6602574, 32900356
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.kaaiser.com
Mentor Consultancy
349, 11 Floor
Above Kovai Pazhamudhir Nilayam
Opp. Power House, EVN Road
Erode 638 001
Tel: (91) 424 226 3036
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mentorconsultancy.com
Mentor Consultancy
42, 1st Floor Rasi Complex
Paramathi Road
Namakkal 637001
Tel: (91) 422 2303034
Mobile: (91) 98423 13030, 93611
93911
Fax: (91) 422 2306064
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mentorconsultancy.com
Mentor Consultancy
E1, 1302, Rainbow Manor
Trichy Road Coimbatore 641 018
Tamilnadu
Tel: (91) 422 2303034, 2306064
Fax: (91) 422 2306064
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mentorconsultancy.com
Neptune Educational Consultants
Corporate House #2
Shivalik Plaza, Opp. AMA
Ambawadi
Ahmedabad 380 015
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 79 3008 5464 (15 lines)
Fax: (91) 79 3008 5457
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.neptune-edu.com/
Neptune Educational Consultants
Systel House No: 1400 28th Main
Jayanagar 9th Block
Bangalore 560 069
Tel: (91) 80 2658 6582, 2658 0391
Fax: (91) 80 5120 8658
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.neptune-edu.com
Neptune Educational Consultants
1st Floor, Baroda Productivity Council
Productivity Road
Alkapuri
Baroda
Tel: (91) 265 3057 314, 315 - 318
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.neptune-edu.com
Neptune Educational Consultants
1st Floor, Manavalan Building, Lisie
Junction
Cochin 682018
Tel: (91) 484 2400135
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.neptune-edu.com
Neptune Educational Consultants
305, Shalin Complex
Behind Meghmalhar
Sector II
Gandhinagar
Tel: (91) 232 19001
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.neptune-edu.com
Neptune Educational Consultants
103 Digvijay Complex - 2, Beside Uti
Bank
Ghoddod Road
Surat 395001
Tel: (91) 261 2656057
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.neptune-edu.com
Neptune Educational Consultants
3rd Floor, Super Market, Nana Bazar
Vallabh Vidyanagar 388120
Tel: (91) 2692 229150
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.neptune-edu.com
Neptune Educational Consultants
Naynaz V Jamadar
101, Amar Chambers
Opp. ICICI Bank, Halar Road
Valsad 396001
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 2632 321 465
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.neptune-edu.com
Oceanic Consultants Pvt Ltd
SCO 124 -126
Sector 9-C
Chandigarh 160 009
Tel: (91) 172 6060 1666
Fax: (91) 172 6060 4666
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.oceanicconsultants.com
Oceanic Consultants Pvt Ltd
Shivalik II, 401, 4th Floor
B/S IOC Petrol Pump
132’ Ring Road
Near Shiv Ranjani Cross Road, Satellite
Ahmedabad
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 6060 1666
Fax: (91) 79 6060 4666
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.oceanicconsultants.com
Oceanic Consultants Pvt Ltd
T1-T6, 3rd Floor, Vimavala Arcade
Opposite HP Petrol Pump
Anand Vidyanagar Road
Anand
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 2692 6060 1666
Fax: (91) 2692 6060 4666
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.oceanicconsultants.com
Oceanic Consultants Pvt Ltd
SCO4, B Block Ranjit Avenue
Amritsar
Punjab 143001
Tel: (91) 183 6060 1666
Fax: 91 183 6060 4666
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.oceanicconsultants.com
Oceanic Consultants Pvt Ltd
15-A Puda Complex
Ladhowali Road
(Opposite SSP Office)
Jalandhar
Punjab 144 001
Tel: (91) 181 6060 1666
Fax: (91) 181 6060 4666
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.oceanicconsultants.com
Oceanic Consultants Pvt Ltd
SCO G-40, 2nd Floor
BRS Nagar, Orient Cinema Road
(Opposite Sarabha Nagar Police Station)
Ludhiana 141 002
Tel: (91) 161 6060 1666
Fax: (91) 161 6060 4666
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.oceanicconsultants.com
Oceanic Consultants Pvt Ltd
307 - 309, Plot #A9
GDITL North Ex. Tower
Netaji Subhash Place
Pitampura
New Delhi 110 034
Tel: (91) 11 6060 1666
Fax: (91) 11 6060 4666
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.oceanicconsultants.com
Oceanic Consultants Pvt Ltd
SCO 34, 2nd Floor
(above State Bank of Patiala)
Leela Bhawan Market
Patiala
Punjab 147 001
Tel: (91) 175 6060 1666
Fax: (91) 175 6060 4666
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.oceanicconsultants.com
Oceanic Consultants Pvt Ltd
41, Punit Nagar
Soho Complex, 2nd Floor
Old Padra Road
Vadodara
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 265 6060 1666
Fax: (91) 265 6060 4666
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.oceanicconsultants.com
Pac Asia Study Abroad
E-249, 1st Floor Subehar Bhawan
Nelson Mandela Road
Munirka
New Delhi 110 0067
Tel: (91) 11 26181085
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
803 - 805/A, Samudra
C.G Road
Ahmedabad 380006
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 79 30009000
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
2nd Floor, Mathroo Building
Opp-Navpreet Hospital
Putligarh
G.T. Road
Amritsar 143001
Punjab
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
128-129, Phoenix Complex
Next to Suraj Plaza
Sayaji Gunj
Baroda 390005
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 265 3915751, 52, 53
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
SCO 35, 2nd Floor
Sector - 7C, Madhya Marg
Chandigarh 160019
Punjab
Tel: (91) 172 4618383, 3044383
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
4D, 4th Floor, Mayur Gardens
Above Joyshree TVS
ABC Stop
G.S. Road
Guwahati 781005
Tel: (91) 361 2460800
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
312, 2nd Floor, Apex Mall
Tonk Road
Jaipur 302015
Rajasthan
Tel: (91) 141 3229312, 6529812
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
313-A, 3rd Floor, Grand Mall
(Next to Radisson Hotel)
BMC Chowk
Jalandhar 144001
Punjab
Tel: (91) 181 4621200, 4621202
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
Building No 1
Ground Floor, Post Office Building
Prince Bus Stand
Kapurthala 144601
Punjab
Tel: (91) 1822 505313
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
2A, 2nd Floor, 16A New B K Market
Shakespeare Sarani
Kolkata 700071
Tel: (91) 33 32540766, 40061379
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
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Pac Asia Study Abroad
SCO 8, 2nd Floor Model Town Extension
Ludhiana 141001
Punjab
Tel: (91) 161 2401234
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
Partap Road
Opp. Old Grain Market
Moga 142001
Punjab
Tel: (91) 1636 502202
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
510, Parasrampuria Chambers
Opp. Railway Station Malad (West)
Mumbai 400064
Tel: (91) 22 32012903
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Read Abroad Consultants Pvt Ltd
28, Devaki Chambers
1-7-74/79, Sarojini Devi Road
Secunderbad 500003
Andhra Pradesh
Tel: (91) 40 27843991, 27843676
Fax: (91) 40 553 25530
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.readabroad.com
Read Abroad Consultants Pvt Ltd
Shop No 3, Ground Floor
256/2, Emmatty Building
1st Main Talacauvery Layout
Basavanagar, Marathapalli Post
Bangalore 560037
Karnataka
Tel: (91) 9945017333
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.readabroad.com
Read Abroad Consultants Pvt Ltd
501-A, Silver Croft, Off Yari Road
Panchj Marg
Andheri West
Mumbai 400061
Maharastra
Tel: (91) 2 26393887
Email: [email protected].com
Website: www.readabroad.com
Read Abroad Consultants Pvt Ltd
#514, 1st Floor New Kalidasa Road
Vijayanagar 1st Stage
Mysore 570017
Karnataka
Mobile: 9986539824
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.readabroad.com
Read Abroad Consultants Pvt Ltd
11, Santi Niketan, Gadkari Marg
Near Central Bank
Navasari 396445
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 2637 320804
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.readabroad.com
Read Abroad Consultants Pvt Ltd
211-213, Gera Junction, 2nd Floor
Lulle Nagr Chowk, Kondwa
Pune-411040
Maharastra
Mobile: 91 0 9890619399
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.readabroad.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
B-2/9, 1st Floor, Opp. Happy Model
School
Janakpuri
New Delhi 110 058
Tel: (91) 11 25572009, 25572010,
25546927
Fax: (91) 11 25509156
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
606, Sukhsagar Complex
Near Hotel Fortune Landmark
Usmanpura Cross Road
Ashram Road
Ahmedabad 380 013
Tel: (91) 79 30076010 - 14, 65259594
Fax: (91) 79 27552175
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
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Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
SCF 25, Kabir Park
PO Khalsa College
Opp. GNDU
Amritsar 143 001
Tel: (91) 183 6547511 - 12
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
S-260, South Block
Manipal Centre
Dickenson Road
Near MG Road
Bangalore 560042
Tel: (91) 80 41236995
Fax: (91) 80 41236994
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
SCO 451-452, Sector 35-c
Chandigarh 160 035
Tel: (91) 172 4642382, 3257382
Fax: (91) 172 4611382
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
6-3-1093 /UG 3C, Vintage Boulevard
Beside Cafe Coffee Day
Raj Bhavan Road
Somajiguda
Hyderabad 500 082
Tel: (91) 40 40171552, 6613918
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
No. 5, TSK Chambers
MG Road
Opposite Sundaram Honda Store
Secunderabad 500003
Tel: (91) 40 27542458, 66318358
Fax: (91) 40 66203537
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
402A, 4th Floor, Prime Tower
Opp. Narinder Cinema
GT Road
Jalandhar 144001
Tel: (91) 181 4635740, 6536534
Fax: (91) 181 4615740
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
7/29A, Tilak Nagar
Kanpur
Tel: (91) 512 3255710/9838715677
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
SCF 12C, Sarabha Nagar
Main Market, Above Bikaner Sweets
Ludhiana 141 002
Tel: (91) 161 5019580, 5019588
Fax: (91) 161 5096866
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
S/10-11, 2nd Floor, Sankabhai Seth
complex
Toranwali Mata Chowk
Opp. City Busstand
Mehsana 384001
Tel: (91) 2762 222678
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
D-410, Crystal Plaza Building
New Link Road
Opposite Infinity Mall
Andheri West
Mumbai 400053
Tel: (91) 22 26733212, 26733209
Fax: (91) 22 26733209
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
“Samarth Building”, Nr. Chetak Petrol
Pump
Santram Road
Nadiad 387 001
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 268 2560622
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
The Chopras
Khaleeli Centre, Alsa Mall,
2nd Floor, 2/1,149 Montieth Road,
Egmore, Chennai-600008.
Tel: (044) 42148123 / 24 /25/ 26/28/
29
(044)43528301/2/3/4/5
Fax: (044) 43528302
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
48/49, “B” Building , 3rd Floor, “C”
Wing
Sreenath Plaza
Dnyaneshwar Paduka
Chowk
FC Road
Pune 411004
Tel: (91) 20 66031022, 25535104
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
The Chopras
2nd Floor, Above Sony World,
M.G.Road., Ravipuram,
Cochin - 682016
Tel : 0484-2385230/1/2/3/4
Fax : 0484-2385235
Email: [email protected].com
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
Space Empire
Near Welcome Palace Barnala Road
Sirsa 125055
Haryana
Tel: (91) 989 6259147
Fax: (91) 1666 234247
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
5, Pinank Bungalow
Sangam Society
Opposite Himson Bungalow
Near Jani Farsan Street
Parle Point
Surat 395007
Gujarat
Tel: (91) 261 32355484
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
Sonya International Education
Centre (SIEC)
Varanasi Majestic 47-10-17
2nd Lane, Dwarka Nagar
Vishkapatnam 530016
Tel: (91) 891 6649912/13, 6649292
Fax: (91) 891 6649912
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.siecindia.com
The Chopras
1006 Chiranjiv Towers, 43 Nehru Place,
New Delhi - 110019.
Tel: 91-11- 4160 8466, 26414164/65,
26280600,26445195, 26478940
Fax: 91-(0)11-26280361
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
The Chopras
725D/I, 4th Floor,
S.R.Complex,
Avinashi Road,
Coimbatore-641 018
Ph: 0422- 4504313/4/5
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
The Chopras
C- 1/B, Old DLF Colony,
Sector - 14,
Gurgaon-122001.
Tel : 95-124- 4080080/81/82/83/84/85
Fax: +95-124-4080082
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
The Chopras
1-10-20/2 B, Pooja Edifice, 3rd Floor,
Opp. Shopper’s Stop, Chikoti Gardens,
Begumpet, Hyderabad - 500016
Tel: (040) 66496551/ 52, 66491000
27763077, 66491582, 66493583
Fax: (040) 27763151
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
The Chopras
8th Floor, Flat no. 8 Shanti Niketan,
8 Camac Street, Kolkata 700017.
Tel: 91-33-22820897/8, 22821554,
22821555, 22822142, 22822143
Fax: +91 334006 1488
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
The Chopras
1206/B/19A, Cifco Centre,
Above Bank of India,
2nd Floor, J M Road,
Deccan Gymkhana,
Pune-411004.
Tel: +91-020-64006534/5/6/7/8
Fax: +91-020-25513175
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
The Chopras
T-2397 Faiz Road ,Karol Bagh,
Near Jhandewala Metro Station ,
New Delhi-110005
Tel: 91-11 - 28759640 /41
/42/43/,45/47,
28759650 /51/52/53.
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
The Chopras
CRRA 33,
Chalakuzhy Lane,
Pattom,
Trivandrum - 695004.
Tel: +91-0471-3263399/3262233
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
The Chopras
207,208,209,Advait Complex,
Opposite. Soham Tower,
Besides Sandesh Press,
Vastrapur, Ahmedabad-380054
Ph: 079- 40032126/27/28/29/30/31
Fax: 079-40032129
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
VIEC
2nd & 3rd Floor, 7 Arjun Nagar
Opp. Defence Colony (A-Block)
Near Toyota Showroom
On Main Road - Kotla Mubarakpur
New Delhi 110 003
Tel: (91) 11 46577550, 4657751
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.vieceducation.com
The Chopras
1108 B Wing Mittal Towers,
M.G. Road, Bangalore - 560001.
Tel:+91- 80-41133153, 25325446/8,
41512651/2/3/4/6
Fax: +91-80- 41512657
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
VIEC
#45/11, 2nd Floor
8th F Main Road
Jayanagar, 3rd Block
Bangalore 560011
Tel: (91) 80 415022352, 32949366
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.vieceducation.com
The Chopras
SCO 117-118-119,
Above Canara Bank Bldg ,
Sector 17 - C ,
Chandigarh - 160017.
Tel: 0172 - 5076493/94, 5003672 ,
5062662/3/4
Fax: 0172- 5076492
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chopraconsultants.com
VIEC
#73, L.B. Road, 1st Floor
Adayar (Opp. Adayar Telephone
Exchange)
Chennai 600 020
Tel: (91) 44 42187003
Fax: (91) 44 24422202
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.vieceducation.com
VIEC
107, 1st Block, 1st Floor, Divya Sakthi
Complex
Ameerpet
Hyderabad 16
Tel: (91) 40 23747686, 93910 65339
Fax: (91) 40 23747686
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.vieceducation.com
VIEC
312 Grand Mall, Adjacent to Hotel
Radisson
G.T. Road
Jalandhar 144001
Tel: (91) 181 4623301
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.vieceducation.com
Zest Consultants
4222/2 Beantpura, CHD Road
Opp. Shiv Mandir, Nr Samala Chowk
Ludiana
Tel: (91) 161 2222168
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.zestconsultants.com.au
INDONESIA
AusEd-UniEd International P/L
Gedung Setiabudi Atrium
Level 5, Suite 507
Jl. HR Rasuna Kav 62
Kuningan
Jakarta 12920
Tel: (62) 21 522 0562
Fax: (62) 21 522 0563
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aused-unied.com
AusEd-UniEd International P/L
Ruko Bintor No 16E
Jl. Bintoro No 16
Surabaya
Jawa Timur 60264
Tel: (62) 31 562 3535
Fax: (62) 31 562 0099
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aused-unied.com
Edlink Connex
Plaza Sentral-Level 10,
Jalan Jendral Surdiman 47
Jakarta 12930
Tel: (62) 21 252 4568
Fax: (62) 21 252 4741
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlinkeducation.com
Edlink Connex
Graha Kencana - Level 7
Jl. Raya Perjuangan 88
Kebon Jeruk
Jakarta Barat 11530
Tel: (62) 21 536 3667/8
Fax: (62) 21 536 3669
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlinkeducation.com
Edlink Connex
Jl Raya Bulevar Timur NE 1/41
Kelapa Gading 14240
Tel: (62) 21 452 5965
Fax: (62) 21 452 4795
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlinkeducation.com
Edlink Connex
Menara Citibank, Lower Ground Floor
Jalan Metro Pondok Indah Kav 11
BA No. 2
Jakarta 12310
Tel: (62) 21 766 2810/11
Fax: (62) 21 766 2812
Edlink: [email protected]
Website: www.edlinkeducation.com
Edlink Connex
Jl. Pasirkaliki No. 159
Bandung 40173
Tel: (62) 22 8606 2212
Fax: (62) 22 8606 2210
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlinkeducation.com
Edlink Connex
Gedung Ditta (Pizza Hut Pajajaran)
Jl. Raya Pajajaran 29
Bogor 16143
Tel: (62) 251 390 211/12
Fax: (62) 251 390 213
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlinkeducation.com
Edlink Connex
Kompl. Kerkantoran Grand Sudirman
Jl. Parit indah Blok D No. 2
Pekan Baru - Riau
Tel: (62) 761 32227, 32348
Fax: (62) 761 32348
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlinkeducation.com
Edlink Connex
Jl. RA Kartini 39
Surabaya 60264
Tel: (62) 31 567 8619, 568 0045
Fax: (62) 31 568 8452
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlinkeducation.com
Edlink Connex
Jl. HR Mohammad No 342B
Surabaya 60189
Tel: (62) 31 738 2068
Fax: (62) 31 732 7977
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlinkeducation.com
Edlink Connex regional offices
are located in the following areas.
Please refer to their website www.
edlinkeducation.com for more details.
Cirebon
Denpasar
Jambi
Malang
Manado
Padang
Palembang
Pontianak
Semarang
Surabaya South
Solo
Yogyakarta
IDP Education Australia
5th Floor (Suite 501), Wisma Budi
Building
J1 Haji Rangkayo Rasuna Said Kav. C6
Kuningan
Jakarta 12940
Tel: (62) 21 252 3291
Fax: (62) 21 252 3290/3742
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.indonesia.idp.com
Indonesian regional IDP offices are
located in the following areas. Please
contact the IDP office in Jakarta for
more details.
Bali
Bandung
Jakarta Kunigan
Jakarta Pondok Indah
Makassar
Medan
Semarang
Surabaya
Yogyakarta
NATHANIEL GLOBAL
Jalan Raya Pejuangan
88 Graha Kencana Blok
CM Jakarta Barat 11530
Tel: (62) 21 536 1336
Fax: (62) 21 534 8321
Email: [email protected]
VISTA Education Services
Graha Vista
Jalan Manyar Kertoarjo V/63
Surabaya 60285
Tel: (62) 31 5922 999
Fax: (62) 31 5925 333
Email: [email protected]
VISTA Education Services
Ruko Paskal Hyper Square A-30
Jl. Pasir Kaliki 25-27
Bandung 40132
Tel: (62) 22 8606 1033
Fax: (62) 22 8606 1022
Email: [email protected]
VISTA Education Services
Konica Building Fl. 3A
Jalan Gunung Sahari Raya 78
Jakarta Pusat 10610
Tel: (62) 21 422 5775
Fax: (62) 21 422 5752
Email: [email protected]
VISTA Education Services
Rukan Permata Senayan Blok E-26
Jalan Tentara Pelajar
Jakarta Selatan 12210
Tel: (62) 21 579 40908
Fax: (62) 21 579 40910
Email: [email protected]
com
VISTA Education Services
Plaza Graha Family B-7
Surabaya 60229
Tel: (62) 31 738 8686
Fax: (62) 31 738 5353
Email: [email protected]
com
British Education Office
304 Wakasugi Osaka Ekimae Building
2-3-13 Sonezaki Shinchi
Kita-ku
Osaka 530 0002
Tel: (81) 6 6341 1668
Email: [email protected]
Winik Education & Services
Graha Kencana Unit EA
Jl. Raya Pejuangan 88
Kebon Jeruk
Jakarta Barat 11530
Tel: (62) 21 532 5966, 5967
Fax: (62) 21 5367 6010
Email: [email protected]
IBT Japan Office
1-3-1-505 Higashi
Shibuya-ku
Tokyo 150-0011
Tel: (81) 3 5485 0786
Fax: (81) 3 5485 0798
Email: [email protected]
Winik Education & Services
Ruko Bukit Gading Mediterania unit
425
Kelapa Gading
Jakarta Utara 14240
Tel: (62) 21 4587 4658, 6891 3488
Fax: (62) 21 4587 4657
Email: [email protected]
IRAN
Australian Education Organisation
Pty Ltd
Suite 907 Shahab Building (No 1075)
Valiasr Street
Tehran 1511734911
Tel: (98) 21 8855 4542
Tel/Fax: (98) 21 8855 4543
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aeo.edu.au
Australian Agency for Education &
Training
Email: [email protected]
IGEC International Group for
Educational Consultants
Unit 3, Level 1 No 5
Shahrooz Building
Padidar Street
Africa Blvd
Tehran
Tel: (98) 21 88886556, 6557
Fax: (98) 21 88886558
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: www.rad-iran.com
IRAQ
PREM (Pioneers Road for
Electronic Management)
505 Al Mohtaseb Complex
104 Wasfi Al-Tal Street
3306 Amman
11953 Jordan
Tel: (962) 6 56 57 345
Fax: (962) 6 56 657 346
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.pem.com.jo
JA Study Abroad Center (JASA)
Shinjuku I-Land Tower 4F#1578
6-5-1 Nishi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo 163-1304
Tel: (81) 3 5321 6671
Fax: (81) 3 5321 6672
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.jasac.com
Nanuri Education Centre
Level 1, 86A Barrack Street
Perth
Western Australia 6000
Phone: (61) 8 9218 9488
Fax: (61) 8 9218 9208
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nanuriedu.com
Nichigo Support Services
Level 2, 358 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Tel: (61) 3 9642 1022
Fax: (61) 3 9670 2352
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nss.com.au
JORDAN
Australian Agency for Education &
Training
Email: [email protected]
IGEC International Group for
Educational Consultants
705 Chicago Building Al-Abdali
Amman
Tel: (962) 6 5653115
Fax: (962) 6 5653116
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.igec.com.au
KAZAKHSTAN
Intellect Agency
188 Dzhambul Street #41
050008 Almaty
Tel: (7) 3272 423 708, 429 738
Fax: (7) 727 2698283
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.intellect.kz
ITALY
Boomerang Australia Studies
Viale San Francesco 9
02036 Passo Corese
Rome
Tel: +39 320 6975117
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.boomerangaustralia.com
Etudes Australie Consulting
26 rue du Faubourg St Antoine
2’ Etage (bureau SILC)
75012 Paris
Tel: (33) (0)1 55 78 28 16
Fax: (33) (0)1 55 78 28 19
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.etudes-australie.fr
JAPAN
Adelaide Student Support Services
Suite 301 Peel Chambers
23 Peel Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Tel: (61) 8 8410 1166
Fax: (61) 8 8410 1166
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.gakko.com.au
British Education Office
Dai Ichi Zeikei Bld 3F
Shimochiai 1-1-3
Shinjuku-ku
116-0033 Tokyo
Tel: (81) 3 5925 0336
Fax: (81) 3 3368 6605
Email: [email protected]
KENYA
Information & Advice Centre
Crossway, off Muthithi Road
Opposite Shimmers Plaza
Westlands
Nairobi
Tel: (254) 20 375 4588
Fax: (254) 20 375 4587
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.advice.co.ke
KOREA
BaDa Education Centre
Level 3, 485 - 41
Bujeon-Dong
Busanjin-Gu
Busan 618-849
Tel: (82) 51 610 0037, 0038
Fax: (82) 51 610 0040
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.badauhak.co.kr
BaDa Education Centre
#1303 Uhwa B/D 13F
1305-2 Seocho-dong
Seocho-Gu
Seoul 137-070
Tel: (82) 2 3477 2205, 2006
Fax: (82) 2 3477 2209
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.badauhak.co.kr
EduAustralia
517 Pukyong National University
Technocomplex
100 Yongdang-dong, Nam-gu
Busan 608 739
Tel: (82) 51 627 6727
Fax: (82) 51 628 6838
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eduaustralia.co.kr
Strathfield Overseas Student
Services of Australia
Suite 401, Handeok Building
Yeoksam-Dong 649-4, Kangnam-Ku
Seoul
Tel: (82) 2 2051 1470
Fax: (82) 2 2051 1478
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.hojoo.com
iAE Global
Uhak Net (Edu Net) Building
834-27 Yoksam 1 Dong
Gangnam Gu
Seoul 135-569
Tel: (82) 2 3481 1217
Fax: (82) 2 3482 2951
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eduhouse.net
KUWAIT
IDP Education Australia
5 Floor, Yoojin Building
#73-35, Daeyeon 3-dong
Nam-gu
Busan 608-805
Tel: (82) 51 625 5171
Fax: (82) 51 625 5170
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.idp.co.kr
Education Zone
Knowledge Village
Building 2B, 1st Floor F30
Dubai
Tel: (971) 4 3910258
Fax: (971) 4 3664512
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ezone.ae
IDP Education Australia
Rm1310, 13th Floor
Kyobo Building
1 Chongro-1 Ka, Chongro-ku
Seoul 110 714
Tel: (82) 2 739 7246
Fax: (82) 2 773 8063
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.idp.co.kr
IDP Education Australia - Gangnam
Office
5th Floor Wooshin Building
1304-5 Seocho-dong
Seocho-ku
Seoul 137-855
Tel: (82) 2 533 7246
Fax: (82) 2 533 7266
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.idp.co.kr
ISEP Korea
A-803 Le Meilleur Jongno Town
24 Jongno-1Ga
Jongno-Gu
Seoul
110-121
Tel: (82) 2 735 1155
Fax: (82) 2 735 1156
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.isep.co.kr
KOKOS International
Suite 1711, Kyobo Building
1 Chongro 1 Ka.
Chongro-Ku
Seoul 110 714
Tel: (82) 2 3210 1178
Fax: (82) 2 3210 1182
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ikokos.com
KOKOS International (Gangnam
Office)
Unit 901, 1305 - 2 Yuhwa Building
Seocho-Dong
Seocho-Gu
Seoul 137 070
Tel: (82) 2 593 1178
Fax: (82) 2 593 1711
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ikokos.com
KOKOS International
Level 3, 541-5, Bujeon-dong
Busanjin-gu
Busan 641-030
Tel: (82) 51 816 1178
Fax: (82) 51 611 7797
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ikokos.com
Nanuri Education
701 Dongchul B/d, 12-13 KwancheolDong
Jongro-Gu
Seoul
Tel: (82) 2 3210 0405
Fax: (82) 2 3210 0418
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nanuriedu.com
Cross Pacific Education
34 Waymouth Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Mobile: (61) 404 548 020
Fax: (61) 8 8238 3400
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cpeau.com
IDP Education Australia
205 Al-Rabea Building
Salem Al-Mubarak Street
Salmiya
Tel: (965) 574 3843
Fax: (965) 571 2442
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.kuwait.idp.com
Lawand Education
Office 20, Ground Floor
AlDawliya Complex (behind KAC
Building)
Fahd AlSalem Street
Salhiyah
Tel: (965) 9251009
Email: [email protected]
LEBANON
Australian Agency for Education
& Training
Ground Floor, Choueiter Building
Opposite Free Way Centre
Sin El Fil
Beirut
Tel: (961) 1 510780
Fax: (961) 1 510781
Email: [email protected]
Interface Education Centre
c/o Fouad Chehab Boulevard
Zawk Building, 3rd Floor
Opp. DHL, Tripoli
Tel: (961) 6 443 118
Fax: (961) 6 443 118
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.Interfaceol.com
Interface Education Centre
2nd Floor, Zawk Building
Fouad Chehab Boulevard
(Opp. DHL), Tripoli
Tel: (961) 6 443 118
Fax: (961) 6 443 118
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.Interfaceol.com
MALAYSIA
AC Services Enterprise
Lot #1 & 2, 6th Floor, Wisma SESB
Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman
88673 Kota Kinabalu
Sabah
Tel: (60) 88 230 779, 780
Fax: (60) 88 240285
Email: [email protected]
AusEd Consultant Services Sdn
Bhd
19B Jalan Maju
Taman Maju Jaya
Johor Bahru
80400 Johor
Tel: (60) 7 331 2977
Fax: (60) 7 331 2996
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aused-unied.com
AusEd Consultant Services Sdn
Bhd
33, Persiaran Greenhill
30450 Ipoh
Perak
Tel: (60) 5 253 0881
Fax: (60) 5 543 0881
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aused-unied.com
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AusEd Consultant Services Sdn
Bhd
1st Floor, Sub Lot 4, Lot 676
Eastmore Commercial Centre
2.5 Miles, Rock Road
Kuching 93200
Sarawak
Tel: (60) 82 252 854
Fax: (60) 82 253 854
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aused-unied.com
AusEd Consultant Services Sdn
Bhd
1st Flr, PT. 11367 Jalan BBN6/2B
Desa Cempaka
Putra Nilai
71800 Nilai
Negeri Sembilan
Tel: (60) 6850 1203
Fax: (60) 6850 1204
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aused-unied.com
AusEd Consultant Services Sdn
Bhd
441-G-9 Pulau Tikus Plaza
Jalan Burma
Penang
10350
Tel: (60) 4 228 6027
Fax: (60) 4 228 6072
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aused-unied.com
AusEd Consultant Services Sdn
Bhd
8 Jalan SS 15/8
Subang Jaya
Darul Ehsan
47500 Selangor
Tel: (60) 3 5634 3767
Fax: (60) 3 5633 3652
Email: [email protected]unied.com.
Website: www.aused-unied.com
ABC - Australian Centre for
Education
Australian Business Centre
1st Floor, Lot 2067
Jalan Utama
Pending 93450 Kuching
Sarawak
Tel: (60) 82 483 888
Fax: (60) 82 482 999
Email: [email protected]
Cyberlynx Sdn Bhd
Arcade 8, Level 2
Block E Pusat Bandar Damansara
Damansara Heights
50490 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: (60) 3 2095 3322
Fax: (60) 3 2092 1357
Email: [email protected]
Dyna-Ed Services
No. 30 (2nd Fl) Jalan Keranji
96007 Sibu Sarawak
Tel: (60) 84 320 317
Fax: (60) 84 302 316
Email: [email protected]
iAE Global
No 1, Jalan SS 15/7
Subang Jaya
47500 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: (60) 3 5880 8080 / 5636 8966
Fax: (60) 3 5636 8922
Email: [email protected]
iAE Global
29A, Jalan Harimau Tarum
Taman Century 80250
Johor Bahru
Tel: (60) 7 332 1700
Fax: (60) 7 335 1700
Email: [email protected]
iAE Global
126A, Jalan Bharu
Off Jalan Kampar
30250 Ipoh
Perak
Tel: (60) 5 255 2811
Fax: (60) 5 255 7811
Email: [email protected]
iAE Global
83, Nagore Road
10050 Penang
Tel: (60) 4228 2286
Fax: (60) 4228 2287
Email: [email protected]
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iAE Global
65, Jalan Pasar
34000 Taiping
Perak
Tel: (60) 5807 2273
Fax: (60) 5807 2275
Email: [email protected]
IDP Education Australia
1D, 1st Floor, Jalan Maju
Taman Maju Jaya
80400 Johor Bahru
Johor Darul Tazim
Tel: (60) 7333 0668
Fax: (60) 7333 7668
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.malaysia.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
6th Floor, West Block
Wisma Selangor Dredging
142-C Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: (60) 32162 3755
Fax: (60) 32162 2078
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.malaysia.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Wisma Ho Ho Lim
1st Floor, No. 289 Sub-Lot 2,
Jalan Abell,
93100 Kuching,
Sarawak
Tel: (60) 82 233645
Fax: (60) 82 234246
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.malaysia.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
441-1-1 Pulau Tikus Plaza
Jalan Burma
10350 Penang
Tel: (60) 4226 1811
Fax: (60) 4227 1811
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.malaysia.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
No 18, Ground Floor
Jalan SS 15/8, Subang Jaya
47500 Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: (60) 35636 5548
Fax: (60) 35632 4212
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.malaysia.idp.com
JM Education Counselling Centre
Sdn Bhd
36-38, Jalan SS 15/8
47500 Subang Jaya
Selangor
Tel: (60) 3 5633 4732, 3765
Tel: (60) 3 5634 1944
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.jmecc.com.my
JM Education Counselling Centre
Sdn Bhd
23 Laluan Pakatan Jaya 5
33150 Ulu Kinta
Perak
Tel: (60) 5 210 0342
Fax: (60) 5 2100342
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.jmecc.com.my
JM Education Counselling Centre
Sdn Bhd
441 - 4, Pulau Tikus Plaza,
Burmah Road
10350 Penang
Tel: (60) 4 228 8376
Fax: (60) 4 2288537
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.jmecc.com.my
JM Education Counselling Centre
Sdn Bhd
1, Taman Harrington
Jalan Kebajikan
88300 Kota Kinabalu
Sabah
Tel: (60) 88 261 228
Email: jmsabah[email protected]
Website: www.jmecc.com.my
Nazza Education Sdn Bhd
11.23, 11th Floor, Pertama Complex
Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
50100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: (60) 3 2693 9121
Fax: (60) 3 2698 9121
Email: [email protected]
Study International Education
Consult Sdn Bhd
1 - 12A - 3A, SUNTECH @ Penang
Cybercity
Lintang Mayang Pasir 3
11950 Bayan Lepas
Pulau Pinang
Tel: (60) 4 645 8585
Fax: (60) 4 646 8585
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.studyinternational.
com.my
MALDIVES
Edlocate
73/1, 1/1 Ward Place
Colombo 7
Tel: (94) 11 4 740126/ 136
Fax: (94) 11 2687006
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlocate.lk
Jeewa Australian Educational
Centre
Level 01, No 474 Arthur V Dias
Mawatha
Panadura
Tel: (94) 38 2243418
Fax: (94) 38 42 81829
Email: [email protected]
MAURITIUS
IDP Education Australia
4th Floor, Ken Lee Building
20 Edith Cavell Street
Port Louis
Tel: (230) 210 1971
Fax: (230) 210 4035
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.mauritius.idp.com
MEXICO
Australian Migration & Education
Solutions
(Europe and Latin America only)
Cerrada 2A De Bosque de Tarimoro
No 16
Bosques de la Herradura
Huixquilucan
CP 52787
Tel: (52 55) 52 95 42 71, 445 539
886 552
Fax: (52 55) 52 95 42 71
Email: [email protected]
estudiarenaustralia.com
Website: www.studyoz.com (English)
www.estudiarenaustralia.com (Spanish)
Latino Australia Education
Oscar Wilde 5498 esquina con Juan
Palomar y Arias
(casa azul a dos cuadros de Ave.
Vallarta)
Col. Jardines Vallarta
Guadalajara
Jalisco, CP 45027
Tel: (52) 33 3560 8706
Tel/Fax: (52) 33 3629 3097
Email: [email protected]
Latino Australia Education
Torcuato Tasso 415
Colonia Bosques de Chapultepec
(Polanco)
Delegacion Miguel Hidalgo
Mexico City CP 11560
Tel: (52) 55 5250 0179,5170
Fax: (52) 55 5250 5170
Email: [email protected]
Latino Australia Education
Edificio Comercial Pebellon Tec
Avenida Eugenio Garza Sada
#427 Sur Locales
#18 y 19 Primer Piso Col. Altavista
Monterrey
Nuevo Leon, CP 64840
Tel: (52) 81 87 82 01
Fax: (52) 81 8359 7908
Email: [email protected]
Latino Australia Education
Calle 5 sur #702
Col. San Andres Cholula
Puebla CP 72810
Tel: (52) 222 261 7859
Fax: (52) 222 261 7859
Email: [email protected]
Latino Australia Education
Aliot No. 105
Col. Observatorio
Queretaro CP76040
Tel: (52) 442 223 7492, 223 7493
Fax: (52) 442 213 4315
Email: [email protected]
NEPAL
Global Reach
ISUZU Building, 3rd Floor
Opposite Kathmandu Plaza
Kamladi
Kathmandu
Tel: (977) 1 4439968, 4444081,
2331110
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.globalreach/in
Interface Education Centre
c/o City Academy Complex
Old Baneshwor
Kathmandu
Tel: (977) 1 447 8211
Fax: (977) 1 449 3005
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.Interfaceol.com
Pac Asia Study Abroad
Kamaladi
Ganesthan
Prudent Building
4th Floor, Kathmandu
Tel: (977) 2003359, 4222844
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
Pac Asia Study Abroad
Mahendrapool
3rd Floor, Hotel Santosh
Pokhra
Tel: (977) 61 527292
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
NETHERLANDS
IDP Education Australia
Verlengde Statenlaan 111-113
5223 LD’s Hertogenbosch
Tel: (31) 73 627 3600
Fax: (31) 73 627 3609
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.netherlands.idp.com
NEW CALEDONIA
IDP Education Australia
9 rue d’Austerlitz
Noumea
Tel: (687) 28 01 32
Fax: (687) 28 22 98
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.newcaledonia.idp.com
NEW ZEALAND
CANTEACH Educational
Consultants
PO Box 6149
Upper Riccarton
Christchurch 8442
Tel: (64) 3 358 8049
Fax: (64) 3 358 5049
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.canteach.net
iAE Global
Level 4, 138 Queen Street
Auckland
Tel: (64) 9 309 2004
Fax: (64) 9 366 1909
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eduhouse.net
iAE Global
2nd Floor, 728 Colombo Street
Christchurch
Tel: (64) 3 961 1004
Fax: (64) 3 377 7811
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eduhouse.net
NORWAY
Kilroy Education Norway
Nedre Slottsgt. 23
0157 Oslo
Tel: (47) 23 10 23 60
Fax: (47) 23 10 23 86
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.kilroyeducation.no
OMAN
Australian Agency for Education
& Training
37B GBM Building, Qurum Plaza
(PO Box 869, PC 112)
Ruwi-112
Muscat
Tel: (968) 245 71210
Fax: (968) 245 71214
Email: [email protected]
Cross Pacific Education
1st Floor, 34 Waymouth Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Mobile: (61) 404 548 020
Fax: (61) 8 8238 3400
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cpeau.com
Education Zone
Knowledge Village
Building 2B, 1st Floor F30
Dubai
Tel: (971) 4 3910258
Fax: (971) 4 3664512
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ezone.ae
IDP Education Australia
Ground Floor, Nizwa House
Behind Al Madina Plaza
Madinat As Sultan Qaboos (MASQ)
Muscat
Tel: (968) 2469 6452, 2469 6453
Fax: (968) 2469 6451
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.oman.idp.com
PAKISTAN
AusPak International
13A, Block D
New Muslim Town
Near Punjab University Bridge
Lahore 54660
Tel: (92) 42 5839326, 5838509,
5839143
Fax: (92) 42 5838916
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.auspak.edu.pk
AusPak International
24 College Kohenoor Town
Faisalabad
Tel: (92) 41 624858
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.auspak.edu.pk
AusPak International
Unit No. 2, Plot No. 7 Allah Wali Market
Street No. 33
F-8/1, Islamabad 44000
Tel: (92) 51 2855275
Fax: (92) 51 2264959
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.auspak.edu.pk
AusPak International
Mehmood Center
3rd Floor BC-11 Block-9
Clifton
Karachi
Tel: (92) 21 5377043, 5834932
Fax: (92) 21 5836940
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.auspak.edu.pk
AusPak International
303-B, Gulgusht Colony
Multan
Tel: (92) 61 221353
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.auspak.edu.pk
AusPak International
C-5, 3rd Floor, Lamsy Arcade
Cantt
Peshawar
Tel: 92 91 279816
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.auspak.edu.pk
AusPak International
Flat-3, 2nd Floor, United Centre
Muree Road
RawalPindi
Tel: (92) 51 4451537
Fax: (92) 51 4454294
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.auspak.edu.pk
AusPak International
Office No. 12, 2nd Floor Able Plaza
Sialkot
Tel: (92) 432 587575
Fax: (92) 432 603760
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.auspak.edu.pk
Australian Education Office
D-98, Block 4, Clifton
Karachi 75600
Tel: (92) 21 587 9645-7
Fax: (92) 21 587 9648
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aeo.com.pk
Australian Education Office
191-A, Street 10, E-7
Islamabad 44000
Tel: (92) 51 2654157
Fax: (92) 51 2654215
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aeo.com.pk
Australian Education Office
24-E Zaman Park
Canal Bank
Lahore 54000
Tel: (92) 42 6278936, 6286220
Fax: (92) 42 6360416
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aeo.com.pk
Zest Consultants
38-C, 14th Commercial Street
Phase-II (Ext.), Defence Housing
Authority
Karachi 75500
Tel: (92) 21 5391984, 53212244
Fax: (92) 21 5883106
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.zestconsultants.com.au
PEOPLES’ REPUBLIC OF CHINA
A&A Int’l Education & MultiCulture Centre
Suite 1406 Tian An Centre
338 Nan Jing Road (West)
Shanghai 200003
Tel: (86) 21 6327 8066
Fax: (86) 21 6327 8077
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aa-intl.com
A&A Int’l Education & Multi-Culture
Centre (Counselling Office)
15G, Hua Qiao Building
129 Yan An Road (West)
Shanghai 200040
Tel: (86) 24 2251 9003
Fax: (86 24 2251 6299
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aa-intl.com
Advisory Centre for Australian
Education (ACAE)
45 Yuhan Road
Jinan
Shandong Province 250002
Tel: (86) 531 82051702
Fax: (86) 531 82901757
Email: [email protected]
com.au
Website: www.australieducation.com.au
Advisory Centre for Australian
Education (ACAE)
Room 1901, Nanzheng Building
580 Nanjing West Road
Shanghai 200041
Tel: (86) 21 5234 0009, 0010
Fax: (86) 21 3217 5577
Email: [email protected]
Advisory Centre for Australian
Education (ACAE)
11F Guangming Building, 200
Zhonghua Road
Heping District
Shenyang City
Liaoning Province 11001
Tel: (86) 24 2251 9003, 82510886
Fax: (86) 24 2251 6299
Email: [email protected]
Advisory Centre for Australian
Education (ACAE)
429 Science Hall
Yunnan University
No. 2 North Cuihu Road
Kunming
Yunnan Province 650091
Tel: (86) 871 5034273
Fax: (86) 871 5034058
Email: [email protected]
com.au
Australian International Education
Services (AIES)
Level 7, Wan Da Tower
No. 18 Hong Da Road
Zhongshan District
Dalian
Liaoning Province 116001
Tel: (86) 411 82634887
Fax: (86) 411 82647435
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.aies.biz
Australian Migration &
Recruitment Consulting
(ARNTP Australian Registered Nurse
Training Program only)
Suite 13, 13 - 25 Church Street
Hawthorn, Victoria 3122
Australia
Tel: (61) 3 9852 7095
Fax: (61) 3 9852 7889
Email: [email protected]
Bonan Consultants
Room 1804 HanZhong Plaza
158 HanZhong Road
Shanghai 200070
Tel: (86) 21 63535313, 63547513
Fax: (86) 21 63533512
Email: [email protected]
Beijing JJL Overseas Education
Consulting & Service
5F, Mi Yan Tower
Yong An Dong Li
Jian Wai Avenue
Beijing 100022
Tel: (86) 10 6568 5568
Fax: (86) 10 6568 6116
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.overseas-edu.com
Beijing JJL Overseas Education
Consulting & Service
Room 816, Keyuan Plaza
No 12 Shan Da Road
Jinan
Shandong 250013
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.overseas-edu.com
Beijing Wiseway
12A Floor (Floor 13) Heshengjiaye Plaza
32# Zhongguancun Street
Haidian District
Beijing 100086
Tel: (86) 10 68946699-222
Fax: (86) 10 62648687
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.wiseway.com.cn
Beijing Wiseway
C1 Floor 10, Jinshan Plaza
8 Shanxi Road
Nanjing 210009
Tel: (86) 025 83200997
Fax: (86) 025 83200696
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.wiseway.com.cn
Beijing Wiseway
Room 1010 & 1011, Yinyi Waitan Plaza
132 Ren Min Road
Ningbo 315020
Tel: (86) 574 87645398, 87645378
Fax: (86) 574 87645378
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.wiseway.com.cn
Beijing Wiseway
G 20th Floor, No 831 Xinzha Road
Shanghai 200041
Tel: (86) 21 62172641 805
Fax: (86) 21 621788193
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.wiseway.com.cn
Beijing Wiseway
22C United Square
Dananmen
Wenzhou City
Zhejiang Province 325000
Tel: (86) 577 88252523
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.wiseway.com.cn
Beijing Wiseway
Room 1001B, Century Square
14 Zhongnan Road
Wuchang District
Wuhan 430071
Tel: (86) 27 87260209, 87260287
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.wiseway.com.cn
Beijing Wiseway
7th Floor, Zhongxin Plaza
89 North Chang’an Road
Xi’An
Shan’Xi 710061
Tel: (86) 29 87813260
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.wiseway.com.cn
Beijing Wiseway
No 20, 18 Floor, Huacheng International
Centre
No 80 University Road
Zhengzhou City 450052
Tel: (86) 731 69326776
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.wiseway.com.cn
CEI (China Education International)
- Eduwo.com
Suite 906, Building 16, Jianwai SOHO
39 East 3rd Ring Road
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100022
Tel: (86) 10 5869 8485
Fax: (86) 10 5869 9345
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eduwo.com
Chengdu Huaying Consulting &
Service
Room 1119 Golden Hawaii Office Tower
#84 Xidajie Street
Chengdu 610031
Sichuan
Tel: (86) 28 8625 9002
Fax: (86) 28 8627 8427
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cdhuaying.com
EduGlobal
Room 912 Tianfu Centre Building
No. 17 Hua Men Street West
Chengdu
Sichuan Province 610015
Tel: (86) 28 8626 7921
Fax: (86) 28 8626 7951
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Room 2109, World Trade Centre
No. 131 Zourong Road
Yuzhong District
Chongqing 400010
Tel: (86) 23 8659 6162
Fax: (86) 23 8659 6163
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Suite 2807, Hong Yuan Mansion
23 Ren Ming Road
Zhong shan Qu
Dalian
Liaoning Province 116001
Tel: (86) 411 39807011 - 14
Fax: (86) 411 39807022
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
1503, Main Tower, Guangdong
International Hotel
339 Huanshidong Lu
Guangzhou 510098
Tel: (86) 20 8331 2981, 8331 2982
Fax: (86) 20 8331 2986
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
China Star Corporation for
International Economic & Technical
Co-operation
Room 1007, Jianda Great Building
No. 14 Dongtucheng Road
Hepingli, Chaoyang District
Beijing 100013
Tel: (86) 10 8527 1133/32
Fax: (86) 10 8527 1131
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chinastarcorp.com
EduGlobal
Room 22-5, Shiji Shangwu Cheng
No. 78 Zhonghua North Street
Yunyan District
Guiyang City
Guizhou Province 550002
Tel: (86) 851 8554466
Fax: (86) 851 8554466
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
D&LT Consultants
No. 11 Tianshun Street
Kunlunshangcheng
Nangang District
150090 Harbin
Tel: (86) 451 8230 7080
Fax: (86) 451 8230 7103
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edubridge.com.cn
EduGlobal
Room 507 Guang Li Mansion
No. 136 Qing Chun Road
Hangzhou
Zhejiang Province 310003
Tel: (86) 571 8724 2001
Fax: (86) 571 8724 2007
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
D&LT Consultants
(D&H Education Group)
Room 1706, CBD International Mansion
16 Yong An Dong Li
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100022
Tel: (86) 10 8521 9000
Fax: (86) 10 8521 9899
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edubridge.com.cn
EduGlobal
Room 180 Qilu International Building
No. 180 Quan Cheng Road
Jinan
Shandong 250011
Tel: (86) 531 8238 0191
Fax: (86) 531 8238 0190
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
7th Floor, North Office Tower
The New World Centre
3B Chongwenmenwai Street
Beijing 100062
Tel: (86) 10 6708 0808
Fax: (86) 10 6708 2541
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Room 403 Runtian International
Building
889 Kangping Street
Chaoyang
Changchun 130061
Jilin
Tel: (86) 431 8851 6780
Fax: (86) 431 8856 9077
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Suite 1709 Heiwado Building
No. 88 Huangxing Middle Road
Changsha
Hunan 410005
Tel: (86) 731 4519993
Fax: (86) 731 4515209
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Room 24B Jinlun Mansion
No108 Hanzhong Road
Nanjing
Jiangsu Province 210029
Tel: (86) 25 8470 5170
Fax: (86) 25 8470 5172
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Room 1111, Zhongtianheng Mansion
No. 8, Fuzhounan Road
Qingdao
Shandong Province 266071
Tel: (86) 532 85760791
Fax: (85) 532 85716091
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Suite 1002, Nanzheng Building
No. 580 Nanjing Road (W)
Shanghai 20004
Tel: (86) 21 6267 1133
Fax: (86) 21 6218 9819
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Room 522 Dongyu Building, No 2
Hepingnan Street
Heping District
Shenyang City
Liaoning Province 110001
Tel: (86) 24 8861 1159
Fax: (86) 24 8271 1159
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Suite 1008, Tower A, International
Commercial Trade Center
No. 59, Machang Road
Hexi District
Tianjin 300203
Tel: (86) 22 8386 5545
Fax: (86) 22 2326 4613
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Room 1601, No. 128 Jiefang Bei Road
Urumqi
Xinjiang 830002
Tel: (86) 991 2333319
Fax: (86) 991 2351687
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
19F, Office Building, Wuhan Plaza
688 Jiefang Avenue
Wuhan 430022
Hubei
Tel: (86) 27 8571 4460
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Room 20805 Guangfeng Mansion
No. 79, Nan Er Huan Ring Road
Xi’an
Shaanxi 710068
Tel: (86) 29 8765 0310
Fax: (86) 29 8765 0317
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EduGlobal
Building A, 8F, Room C, Jin Guo Tower
No 56 Wenhua Road
Zhengzhou
Henan Province 450002
Tel: (86) 371 6387 5226
Fax: (86) 371 6387 5233
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.eduglobal.com
EIC Guangdong (Australian
Education Center)
2F Guangzhou Library
42 Zhongshan Si Road
Guangzhou 510055
Tel: (86) 20 6272 9966
Fax: (86) 20 83867652
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
EIC
Room 1203, 12F Building A
Jianwai SOHO
39 East 3rd Ring Road
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100022
Tel: (86) 10 58696611
Fax: (86) 10 58694393
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
EIC
Room 2409, Floor 24, Pinghe Tang
Commercial Building
No. 88 Huangxing Road
Changsha City
Hunan Province
410005
Tel: (86) 731 4488495
Fax: (86) 731 2563722-84
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
EIC
Room 1011, Cai Fu Plaza
Hong Fu Road
Central Area
South City District
Dongguan
Tel: (86) 769 2319 4131
Fax: (86) 769 2319 4135
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
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EIC Guangdong (GITIC Office)
L6, Ground Floor
Guangdong International Hotel
No. 339 Huan Shi Dong Lu
Guangzhou 510095
Tel: (86) 20 8331 1996
Fax: (86) 20 8331 1732
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
iAE Longre
B305, Jianwai SOHO
39 East 3rd-Ring Road
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100022
Tel: (86) 10 59003490
Fax: (86) 10 59003496
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.iae-longre.com
IDP Education Australia
Suite 738, Level 7, East Office Building
The Shanghai Centre
1376 Nanjing Road West
Shanghai 200040
Tel: (86) 21 6279 7008
Fax: (86) 21 6279 7009
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.idp.com
Shenyang HanTerry Consultancy
Co Ltd
Room 1403, Floor H, Rainbow Building
No 23 Renmin Road
Zhongshan District
Dalian 116001
Tel: (86) 411 85811337
Fax: (86) 411 85811204
Email: [email protected]
EIC
Suite A8, Floor 29
Shang Mao Century Plaza
No. 49, Zhong Shan South Road
Nanjing 210005
Jiangsu
Tel: (86) 025 8699 3388
Fax: (86) 025 8689 0007
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
iAE Longre
Room 1403, 14F, No.1 Building
Platinum Mansion
No. 27 Qinglong Street
Chengdu 610031
Tel: 86 28 86085111
Fax: 86 288 6283522
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.iae-longre.com
IDP Education Australia
F01-04 Tower A, Vanke International
Trade Plaza
No. 129 Nanjing Road, Heping District
Tianjin 300051
Tel: (86) 22 2711 2931 - 2
Fax: (86) 22 2711 2360
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.idp.com
iAE Longre
Room 725, Yuantong Building
No. 511 Yan’an Road
Hangzhou 310006
Tel: 0571 28908899
Fax: 0571 85157897
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.iae-longre.com
IDP Education Australia
Suite 1008, Jincheng World Trade Plaza
No. 60 Zijingshan Street Zhengzhou
Henan Province 45000
Tel: (86) 371 6661 9999
Fax: (86) 371 6335 5986
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.idp.com
U&A Educational & Commercial
Consultation Co Ltd
Suite 2502 Wuhan Plaza
No 688 Jiefan Avenue
Jianghan District
Wuhan 430022
Hubei Province
Tel: (86) 27 85717701
Fax: (860 27 85715621
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.91immi.com
iAE Longre
17A&B, Building B, Jinshan Mansion
No. 8 Shanxi Road
Nanjing 210008
Tel: (86) 25 83246576
Fax: (86) 25 83243717
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.iae-longre.com
ISES (International Student
Exchange Services)
Room 306, Level 3, Gaojiao Building
No. 723 Dongfeng Dong Road
Guanzhou, 510080
Tel: (86) 20 3769369
Fax: (86) 20 37627126
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ises.net.cn
EIC
2 F Sanqing Huiwenxuan Building
65 Jinshi Road
Shandong
Jinan 250014
Tel: (86) 531 8296 0666
Fax: (86) 531 8296 4947
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
EIC
Room 2606, 26F
Hongyi Plaza
228 Juijiang Road
No. 88 Huangxing Road
Shanghai 200001
Tel: 986) 21 6137 0611
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
EIC
Room 1501 - 1502, 1509, Building A
International Chamber of Commerce
Building
Fu Tian District
Shenzhen 518048
Tel: (86) 755 8336 3391
Fax: (86) 755 8293 1872
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
EIC
12F, Wuhan Library
No. 861 Jianshe Avenue
Wuhan
Hubei 430015
Tel: (86) 27 8577 2609
Fax: (86) 27 82792123
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
EIC
Room 1501 - 1502, Dihao Building
Siming District
Xiamen 361000
Tel: (86) 592 385 0001
Fax: (86) 592 296 5001
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
EIC
Rm. 401, Zhongshan Science Museum
8, Xingzhong Road
Zhongshan 528400
Tel: (86) 760 8386716
Fax: (86) 760 8386129
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.eic.org.cn
Globalstudy
Room 909 Business Building
Pinghetang Masion
No. 88 Huangxingzhonglu
Changsha
Hunan 410005
Tel: (86) 731 4421870
Fax: (86) 731 4421870
Email: [email protected]
Hong Kong Overseas Studies
Centre
Room 1004, DS Building Plaza
538 Dezheng Bei Road
Guangzhou
Tel: (86) 20 8327 6058
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.hkosc.com.hk
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iAE Longre
Level 13, Du Shi Ren He Building
No. 58 Qi Zha Street
Haishu District, Ningbo
Mobile: 0574 87317298
Fax: 86 574 27728889
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.iae-longre.com
iAE Longre
A1606-1607, Zhonghuan International
Plaza
19 Zhangzhou No. 2 Road
Qingdao
Tel: 86 532 66776122
Fax: 86 532 66776123
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.iae-longre.com
iAE Longre
12E, East Building
New Hualian Mansion
No. 755 Middle Huaihai Road
Shanghai 200020
Tel: (86) 21 64677037
Fax: (86) 21 64677500
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.iae-longre.com
IDP Education Australia
1607 & 1608, 16th Floor,
Tower E2, Oriental Plaza
1 East Chang An Avenue
Dong Cheng District
Beijing 100738
Tel: (86) 10 8515 0798
Fax: (86) 10 8515 0797
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
No. 8, Xi Yu Street
Xi Yu Building A-25-B
Chengdu
Sichuan 610015
Tel: (86) 28 8614 6899, 8614 3551
Fax: (86) 28 8614 9190
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Suite 1901 & 1908
19th Floor, East Tower, Fortune Plaza
Ti Yu Dong Lu
Tianhe, Guangzhou 510620
Tel: (86) 20 3893 2797
Fax: (86) 20 3893 2985
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.china.idp.com
ISES (International Student
Exchange Services)
1F, Education Hotel
3 Fenyang Road
Shanghai 200031
Tel: (86) 21 51095096
Fax: (86) 21 64665146
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ises.net.cn
Jiangsu Education Services for
International Exchange
Rm 0108, 15 West Beijing Road
Nanjing
Jiangsu
Tel: (86) 25 83335943
Fax: (86) 25 83335942, 83335957
Email: [email protected]
Oriental Migration & Education
Center
Suite 1808, Jingde Building
No. 319, Changde Road
Jing’an District
Shanghai 200040
Tel: (86) 21 32170565, 62670012
Fax: (86) 21 62717898
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.visa2au.com
www.liuxue.com.au
Shanghai Wenyuan Education
Information
Rm 1802, Hanzhong Plaza
No. 158 Hanzhong Road
Shanghai 200070
Tel: (86) 21 6353 1237
Fax: (86) 21 6353 2757
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.shenyuan-su.com
Shenyang HanTerry Consultancy
Co Ltd
Room 1006, President Building A
No 69 Heping bei Street
Heping District
Shenyang 110003
Tel: (86) 24 22815000 807
Fax: (86) 24 22815000 807
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Website: www.hanterry.com
Shenyang HanTerry Consultancy
Co Ltd
(D&H Education Group)
Room 1706, CBD International Mansion
16 Yong An Dong Li
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100022
Tel: (86) 10 8521 9000
Fax: (86) 10 8521 9899
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.hanterry.com
Yunnan Provincial Service Center
for Scholarly Exchange
Room 305, Yunnan Provincial Education
Department
Xuefu Road 2, Xiaocai Yuan
Kunming 650223
Yunnan
Tel: (86) 871 5124276, 5126012
Fax: (86) 871 5124275
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
47 Area A Dragon Century Plaza
1 Hangda Road
Hangzhou 310007
Tel: (86) 0571 87901122
Fax: (86) 0571 87902292
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
F23 Aiweike Building No.10
Yi Sanhuan Zhong Road
Chaoyang Area
Beijing 100022
Tel: (86) 010 65686366
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
F26 Chuanxin Building, Er Duan
South Renming Road
Jinjiang Area
Chengdu 610016
Tel: (86) 028 66002066
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
East 801 Fortune Plaza
116 West Ti Yu Road
Tian He Area
Guangzhou 510620
Tel: (86) 02038932308
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
Room 2903-2905, Tower A
Gujing Building (Ruijing International)
156 Shouchun Road
Hefei 230001
Tel: (86) 0551 2168
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
A-29/F West
New Century Plaza
No. 1 South Tai Ping Road
Nanjing 210002
Tel: (86) 025 84671459
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
Room 2107 Portman Building
No 48 North Caihong Road
Ningbo
Zhejiang 315040
Tel: (86) 0574 8707 6033
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
Room 1305, No 338 Nanjing West Road
Shanghai 200003
Tel: (86) 021 63720011
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
6/F Book Center
Zhong He Building
Shen Nan Zhong Road
Shenzhen 518008
Tel: (86) 0755 83985312
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
15B Zhongtong Building, No 311
Xincheng Avenue
Wenzhou 325000
Tel: (86) 0577 8895 2008
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
F12-1, Zhongjian Plaza B
2 Zhongnan Road
Wuhan 430012
Tel: (86) 027 87829 596
Email: [email protected]
Zhejiang Shinyway Overseas
Studies Co Ltd
707A Hi-tech International Business
Center
Hi-tech Road
Xi an 710075
Tel: (86) 029 88337 148
Email: [email protected]
PERU
Australian Migration & Education
Solutions
Calle Alhelies Block C2 - Dpto 301
Salamanca
Lima
Tel: (51) 1 437 4126
Fax: (51) 1 9501 2080
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.estudiarenaustralia.com
Latino Australia Education
Avenida Ejercito 710
Edificio El Peral Oficina 709
Yanahuara
Arequipa
Tel: (51) 54 274 441
Fax: (51) 54 986 2040
Email: [email protected]
Latino Australia Education
Calle Montegrande 120
Oficina 219 C.C. Chacarilla Surco
Lima
Tel: (51) 1 372 6883
Fax: (51) 1 372 5790
Email: [email protected]
Latino Australia Education
Jr Estados Unidos 187
Pl. 4, Dpto 401
El Recreo
Trujillo
La Libertad
Tel: (51) 44 227431
Email: [email protected]
PHILIPPINES
IDP Education Australia
2nd Flr, Pioneer House Makati
108 Paseo de Roxas
Makati City
Metro Manila
Tel: (63) 2 816 0755
Fax: (63) 2 815 9875
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.philippines.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Unit 1504, 15F Keppel Center
Cardinal Rosales Avenue (Corner Samar
Loop)
Cebu Business Park
Cebu City 6000
Tel: (63) 32 2360945, 2362758
Fax: (63) 32 2360945
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.philippines.idp.com
International Education Specialists
2/F Trafalgar Plaza
105 H.V. de la Costa Street
Salcedo Village
Makati City 1227
Tel: (63) 2 819 1001/02
Fax: (63) 2 811 8377
Email: intl edu [email protected]
Website: www.inter-ed.com
POLAND
australink.pl Pty Ltd
12 Stanley Street
Tranmere
Adelaide
South Australia 5073
Tel: (61) 8 8336 5445
Fax: (61) 8 8336 5445
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australink.pl
iAE Poland (Surfer’s Paradise)
al. Bohaterow Warszawy 14/u2
70-370 Szczecin
Tel: (48) 91 881 37 38
Fax: (48) 91 88 66 402
Email: [email protected]
iAE Poland (Surfer’s Paradise)
Level 1, 56/66 Dobra Street
00 - 312 Warszawa
Tel: (48) 22 55 27 407
Fax: (48) 22 82 77 797
Email: [email protected]
surfersparadise.pl
PORTUGAL
Etudes Australie Consulting
26 rue du Faubourg St Antoine
2’ Etage (bureau SILC)
75012 Paris
Tel: (33) (0)1 55 78 28 16
Fax: (33) (0)1 55 78 28 19
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.etudes-australie.fr
QATAR
Cross Pacific Education
1st Floor, 34 Waymouth Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Mobile: (61) 404 548 020
Fax: (61) 8 8238 3400
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cpeau.com
Education Zone
Knowledge Village
Building 2B, Office F30
Dubai
Tel: (971) 4 3910258
Fax: (971) 4 3664512
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ezone.ae
RUSSIA
Direct Talk Bureau
15 Chayanova Street, korps. 5, off.6
(PO Box 230)
Moscow 125047
Russia
Tel: (7) 495 250 6648, 6654, 6674
Fax: (7) 495 250 6648, 6654, 6674
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.directtalk.ru
Global-Link LLC
9 Profsouznaya Street, Apt. 34
Moscow 117218
Russia
Tel: (7) 495 968 83 80
Fax: (7) 495 125 06 05
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.global-class.org
SAUDI ARABIA
Australian Agency for Education
& Training
Office 12, Building #852
Al Olaya Main Street
Al Ghadeer District
Riyadh
Tel: (966) 121 06988
Fax: (966) 121 06988
Email: [email protected]
Cross Pacific Education
1st Floor, 34 Waymouth Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Mobile: (61) 404 548 020
Fax: (61) 8 8238 3400
Email: [email protected]e.com.au
Website: www.cpeau.com
Education Zone
Knowledge Village
Building 2B, 1st Floor F30
Dubai
Tel: (971) 4 3910258
Fax: (971) 4 3664512
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ezone.ae
IDP Education Australia
Floor 3 Silver Tower Building
King Abdul Aziz Street
Al Khobar 31952
Tel: (966) 3 898 3836 - 7
Fax: (966) 3 898 3839
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.saudiarabia.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Office No. 208, 2nd Floor
Arabian Business Centre
Wali Al Ahd Street
Jeddah
Tel: (966) 2 614 3294/95
Fax: (966) 2 614 3297
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.saudiarabia.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Suite 509, South Tower
Al Umam Commercial Center
Sitteen Street, Malaz
Riyadh 11682
Tel: (966) 1 472 0276, 0492
Fax: (966) 1 472 0554
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.saudiarabia.idp.com
IGEC International Group for
Educational Consultants
408 Abdulatif Plaza
King Fahed Rd
Jeddah
Tel: (966) 2 698 4112, 5617
Fax: (966) 2 698 6174
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.igec.com.au
IGEC International Group for
Educational Consultants
Office No 2 - Second Floor, Mother Care
Building
Cornish Street (Beach Street)
Alkhobar
Damman 31442
Tel: (966) 3 8650 588
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.igec.com.au
IGEC International Group for
Educational Consultants
2nd Floor - Gate (4)
Alandalus Trading Center
Olayya Main Street
Riyadh
Tel: (966) 1 419 9060, 9061
Fax: (966) 1 419 5262
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.igec.com.au
IDP Education Australia
4th Level, Regional English Language
Centre
30 Orange Grove Road
258352
Tel: (65) 6736 7025
Fax: (65) 6737 1736
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.singapore.idp.com
International Scholar Educational
Services
No 678, Peradeniya Road
Kandy
Tel: (94) 81 2389462
Fax: (94) 81 2389462
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.internationalscholar.com
SOUTH AFRICA
Jeewa Australian Education Centre
Level 01, No 474,
Arthur V. Dias Mawatha
Panadura
Tel: (94) 38 2243418
Fax: (94) 38 42 81829
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.jaec.net
Rutega Education Services
1115 Burnett Street
Hatfield
Pretoria 0028
Tel: (27) (0) 12 362 4360
Fax: (27) (0)12 362 4361
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.rutegaeducation.com
SPAIN
Australian Migration & Education
Solutions
(Europe and Latin America only)
Carrer Sant Guillem 27, 2nd Flr, Unit 2
Barcelona 08006
Tel: (34) 93 2014992
Email: [email protected]
com
Website: www.studyoz.com (English)
www.estudiarenaustralia.com (Spanish)
A+CAPEC Espana
Nueva Zelanda Viajes - Australia
Alternativa
Calle Costanilla de los Desamparados,
10
28014 Madrid
(by appointment only)
Tel: (34) 91 467 4826
Mobile: *34 661 195 430
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.capec.info/espanol/
Edlocate (Pvt) Ltd
73/1, 1/1 Ward Place
Colombo 7
Tel: (94) 11 4740126, 4740136
Fax: (94) 11 2687006
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlocate.lk
Center for International Studies
(CIS)
Per Weijersgatan 4
211 34 Malmo
Tel: (46) 40 661 62 50
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cis.nu
Edlocate (Pvt) Ltd
164A, Anagarika Darmapala Mawatha
Kandy
Tel: (94) 81 2223988
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edlocate.lk
SWITZERLAND
SINGAPORE
Excel Australian Education Centre
306, William Gopallawa Mawatha
Suduhompola
Kandy
Tel: (94) 81 2214283, 5625576
Fax: (94) 81 2214283, 5625576
Email: [email protected],com.au
Website: www.eaec.com.au
AusEd Consultants Services
7 Maxwell Road
#04-09 Annex B
Ministry of National Development
Complex
069111
Tel: (65) 6227 0380
Fax: (65) 6227 0389
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aused-unied.com
Hui & Kuah Pte Ltd
11 Keng Cheow Street
#04-11 The Riverside Piazza
059608
Tel: (65) 6734 2883, 6734 2884
Fax: (65) 6734 2826
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.hnksg.com
Center for International Studies
(CIS)
Drottninggatan 55
111 21 Stockholm
Tel: (46) 8 330720
Fax: (46) 8 330730
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cis.nu
SRI LANKA
Excel Australian Education Centre
432 1/3 Pannipitiya Road
Pelawatta
Battaramulla
Tel: (94) 11 2784900
Email: [email protected],com.au
Website: www.eaec.com.au
Excel Australian Education Centre
5 2/2 Second Floor
Anagarika Dharmapala Mawatha
Medagoda
Matara
Tel: (94) 41 2233804, 2220762
Fax: (94) 41 2233804, 2220762
Email: [email protected],com.au
Website: www.eaec.com.au
IDP Education Australia
1st Floor, 443 Galle Road
Colombo 3
Tel: (94) 11 259 1803, 5005, 5006
Fax: (94) 11 25941801
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.srilanka.idp.com
International Scholar Educational
Services
No. 3, Daisy Villa Avenue
Bambalapitiya
Colombo 4
Tel: (94) 11 2553466, 2593571
Fax: (94) 11 2593571
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.internationalscholar.com
Jason International Education
Services
8F-1, No. 79 Roosevelt Road
Sec. 2
Taipei 106
Tel: (886) 22369 0093
Fax: (886) 22363 3038
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.jasonedu.com.tw
SWEDEN
Center for International Studies
(CIS)
Stampgaten 20
411 01
Göteborg
Tel: (46) 31 151 090
Fax: (46) 31 778 1088
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cis.nu
Lawand Education
Office 18, Level 4
Building 852, Olaya Street
North Olaya
Next to GCC Measurements Authority
Tel: (966) 56 5998777
Email: [email protected]
AusConnection
5001 Beach Road
Golden Mile Complex #03-24
199588
Tel: (65) 6536 6786
Fax: (65) 6512 5367
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ausconnection.com
Pac Asia Study Abroad
67 1/1 Galle Road
Dehiwala
Tel: (94) 11 2733386, 77 386 7758
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.pacasia.org
IDP Education Australia
119 Hankou Road
Section 1
Taichung 40756
Tel: (886) 4 2316 2122
Fax: (886) 4 2316 2133
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.idp.com.tw
IDP Education Australia
7F, 25 Tunhwa South Road
Sec. 1
Taipei 40756
Tel: (886) 2 2570 1466
Fax: (886) 2 2570 1477
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.idp.com.tw
Etudes Australie Consulting
26 rue du Faubourg St Antoine
2’ Etage (bureau SILC)
75012 Paris
Tel: (33) (0)1 55 78 28 16
Fax: (33) (0)1 55 78 28 19
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.etudes-australie.fr
Southern Hemisphere Overseas
Study Centre
3F, 476 Wen-Lin Road
Shih-Lin 111
Taipei
Tel: (886) 22836 9876
Fax: (886) 22836 9875
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.shosc.com.tw
THAILAND
CP Education & Migration Service
Shop 217, Plaza Level 2
United Center Building
323 Silom Road
Bangrak
Bangkok 10500
Tel: (66) 2 635 5445
Fax: (66) 2 635 5450
Email: [email protected]
Website:www.cpinter.com.au
CP Education & Migration Service
Shop 2-3 Chiang Mai 89 Plaza
313 Chiang Mai-Lumphun Road
T. Nong Hoi, A. Muang
Chiang Mai 50000
Tel: (66) 53 334 222
Fax: (66) 53 344 220
Email: [email protected]
Website:www.cpinter.com.au
TAIWAN
Exit Education
128/9 Ramkhamhaeng 24 Road
Huamark, Bangkapi
Bangkok 10240
Tel: (66) 2 300 4607, 4608
Fax: (66) 2 300 4602
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.exiteducation.com
Academic Asia Taiwan
6F-2 230 Chang-An East Road
Section 2
Taipei
Tel: (886) 2 2777 4188
Fax: (886) 2 2777 4898
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.aat96.com.tw
iAE Global
Unit 205, 5th Floor, Zuelling House
Building, 1 - 7 Silom Road, Bangrak
Bangkok 10500
Tel: (66) 2 238 4240-7
Fax: (66) 2 238 4248
Email: [email protected]
iAE Taiwan
Rm 1801A, 18th Floor, Star House
3 Salisbury Road
Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2314 8312
Fax: (852) 2314 0767
Email: [email protected]
IDP Education Australia
4th Floor, CP Tower
313 Silom Road, Bangrak
Bangkok 10500
Tel: (66) 2638 3111
Fax: (66) 2231 0530
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.thailand.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
3F - 1, No. 579, Jhongshan 2nd Road
Kaohsiung 80146
Tel: (886) 7 282 6618
Fax: (886) 7 282 6619
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.idp.com.tw
IDP Education Australia
Central Library
Prince of Songkla University
Hat Yai
Songkhla 90112
Tel: (66) 74 459 321
Fax: (66) 74 282 368
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.thailand.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
Khon Kaen Resource Centre
International Education Information
Centre
Central Library
Khon Kaen University
Muang, Khon Kaen 40002
Tel: (66) 43 20 2409
Fax: (66) 43 343 826
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.thailand.idp.com
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Overseas Ed
130 - 132 Sindhorn Building
Tower 2, 9th Flr
Wireless Road
Lumpini, Pathumwan
Bangkok 10330
Tel: (66) 2263 3661 - 9
Fax: (66) 2263 3670, 2627 3939
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.overseasedu.com
Study Overseas UK
159 Praed Street
Paddington
London W2 1RL
Tel: (44) (0) 207 298 2990, 2991
Fax: (44) (0) 207 262 2277
Email: [email protected]
co.uk
Website: www.studyoverseasglobal.
co.uk
TURKEY
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Plus Education & Career
Gunesli Sokak No. 28/5
Cihangir-Taksim
Istanbul 34433
Tel: (90) 212 243 3260
Fax: (90) 212 243 2869
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.plus-edu.net
Australearn: Study in Australia,
New Zealand and the South Pacific
12050 North Pecos Street
Suite 320
Westminster, CO 80234
Tel: (1) 800 980 0033
Fax: (1) 303 446 5955
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australearn.org
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Australian Agency for Education
& Training
Level 1, Emarat Atrium
Sheikh Zayed Road
(PO Box 58009)
Dubai
Tel: (971) 4 343 3427
Fax: (971) 4 343 3437
Email: [email protected]
Australian Education Connection
(AEC)
5722 S. Flamingo Road #303
Ft. Lauderdale
Florida 33330
Tel: (1) 800 565 9553, 954 680 0453
Fax: (1) 954 680 0597
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mystudyaustralia.com
Cross Pacific Education
1st Floor, 34 Waymouth Street
Adelaide
South Australia 5000
Mobile: (61) 404 548 020
Fax: (61) 8 8238 3400
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cpeau.com
International Education Programs
Jacksonville University - Gooding 105
2800 University Blvd North
Jacksonville
Florida 32211
Tel: (1) 904 256 7295
Fax: (1) 904 256 7187
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.iepabroad.org
Education Zone
Knowledge Village
Building 2B, 1st Floor F30
Dubai
Tel: (971) 4 3910258
Fax: (971) 4 3664512
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ezone.ae
IDP Education Australia
404 United Bank Building
Khalid Bin Waleed Street
Dubai
Tel: (971) 4359 3800, 3900
Fax: (971) 4355 6488
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.uae.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
M-1, Modern National Laundry Building
Behind United Arab Bank
Khalifa Street
Abu Dhabi
Tel: (971) 2 627 2902, 2903
Fax: (971) 2 627 2904
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.uae.idp.com
IGEC International Group for
Educational Consultants
Office 209 &210 Al-Taawun Mall
Al Taawun Street
Sharjah
Tel: (971) 6 5774464
Fax: (971) 6 5774465
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.igec.com.au
Lawand Education
Office 203, QITawhidi Building
Bank Street, Bur Dubai
Next to ABN Amro Bank
Tel: (971) 4 3529727
Fax: (971 4 3593335
Email: [email protected]
UNITED KINGDOM
Degrees Ahead
8 Cricketfield
Newick
East Sussex BN8 4LL
Tel: (44) 207 193 7932
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.degreesahead.co.uk
IDP Education Australia
Student Service Centre
Ground Floor, 191 - 199 Thomas Street
Haymarket
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 8260 3300
Fax: (61) 2 8260 3311
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.australia.idp.com
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VENEZUELA
Latino Australia Education
Avenida Franciso de Miranda La
California norte
Torre Professional La California
Oficina 4-6
Caracas
Tel: (58) 212 239 3960, 234 3034,
232 2365
Fax: (58) 212 239 3960, 234 3034,
232 2365
Email: [email protected]
VIETNAM
ATEC Vietnam
152 Dao Duy Anh Street
Ward 9, Phu Nhuan District
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: (84) 8842 1766, 8845 1797
Fax: (84) 8844 1466
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.atecvietnam.com
Duc Anh A&T
96 Lo Duc Street
Hanoi
Tel: 84 4 9716 229
Fax: 84 4 9716 801
Email: ducanha&[email protected]
Website: www.ducanhduhoc.com
Duc Anh A&T
176B Cach Mang Thang 8
Ward 10, District 3
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: 84 8 9302566
Fax: 84 8 9302567
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ducanhduhoc.com
IDP Education Australia
Level 2, Nguyen Hieu Office Building
131 Tran Hung Dao
Can Tho
Tel: (84) 71 733 667
Fax: (84) 71 733 669
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.vietnam.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
96 Le Loi Street
Hai Chau District
Da Nang City
Tel: (84) 511 388 9828
Fax: (84) 511 388 9848
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.vietnam.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
53A Le Van Huu Street
Hai Ba Trung District
Hanoi
Tel: (84) 4943 9739
Fax: (84) 4943 9737
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.vietnam.idp.com
IDP Education Australia
12 Bis Phan Ke Binh Street
District 1
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: (84) 8 910 4205
Fax: (84) 8 910 4206
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.vietnam.idp.com
IDP Education Australia - China
Town Office
223 Hung Vuong Street
Ward 09, District 5
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: (84) 8 8350 133
Fax: (84) 8 8350 134
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.vietnam.idp.com
Studylink International
219 bis Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street
District 1
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: (84) 8 925 6731
Fax: (84) 8 925 6732
Email: [email protected]
Studylink International
74 Pasteur Street
Danang
Tel: (84) 511 825 704
Fax: (84) 511 653 859
Email: [email protected]
This listing is correct at time of printing.
For an up-to-date list please visit:
www.unisa.edu.au/international/
your-country/representatives.asp
UniSA terminology
Academic staff
All teaching and research
staff, including professors,
associate professors, senior
lecturers, lecturers, associate
lecturers and tutors
Academic year
Normally seven study periods
including the assessment
weeks. A full-time load for an
academic year is 36 units.
Assumed knowledge
Knowledge from previous
study or an identified
skill which enhances
understanding of a program
Apply Online
A secure, step-by-step
online service for applying
for UniSA programs
Australian Universities
Quality Agency (AUQA)
An independent agency that
measures quality assurance
in Australian universities
Bachelor degree
Award for a minimum threeyear full-time (or equivalent)
tertiary program
Campus
The location and grounds of a
higher education institution
Centre for the English
Language at University of
South Australia (CELUSA)
Offers help and qualifications
through English tuition
Confirmation of
Enrolment (COE)
A form issued to you by the
University after the receipt of
your fee payment. It is used
to apply for a student visa
for entry into Australia
Co-requisite course
A course which must be taken
concurrently
with another course in a
particular study area
Course
A component of study
within a program
Course coordinator
The academic staff member
responsible for
a particular course
Credit
Recognition of prior work, study
or experience gained elsewhere
Coursework
Study completed through
enrolment
in selected courses
DIMA
Department of Immigration and
Multicultural Affairs
Discipline
A field of study or knowledge
Division
UniSA is split into four academic
divisions – Business; Education,
Arts and Social Sciences; Health
Sciences; and Information
Technology, Engineering
and the Environment – each
offering a range of specialised
programs and courses
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
This award normally requires
three years’ full-time study (or
equivalent) and involves research
Enquire Online
An online system that
allows you to create
personalised information
about UniSA in real time
European Quality
Improvement System (EQUIS)
An international system of quality
assessment, improvement, and
accreditation of higher education
institutions in management
and business administration
Graduate
A person who has been
awarded his or her degree upon
completion of their program.
Graduates are sometimes
also referred to as ‘alumni’.
Graduate certificate
A postgraduate award following
the successful completion
of an academic program of
at least six months’ full-time
(or equivalent) duration
Graduate diploma
A postgraduate award following
the successful completion
of an academic program of
at least one year’s full-time
(or equivalent) duration
Home campus
The campus at which most of the
classes for a program are held
Honours degree
A fourth or fifth year of study
in a bachelor degree during
which students specialise in
a chosen of study comprising
coursework and research
International English
Language Testing
System (IELTS)
An internationally owned
and globally recognised direct
English language assessment
Lecture
A class where an academic
presents knowledge on a given
topic to a large group of students
Major
A set of related courses
comprising 36 units within
a degree program
Master degree
A postgraduate degree
undertaken after completion
of a bachelor degree (normally
with honours) which focuses
on one area of specialisation
Minor
A stream of related courses
which comprise up to 18 units
(commonly four courses). In
some academic programs these
may be called cognates.
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Off-campus study
Study through UniSA which does
not involve attending classes.
Online learning is one popular
method of studying off campus.
Offshore study
The completion of all or part of a
UniSA degree
at one of our partner
institutions outside Australia
Onshore study
The completion of all or part of
a program at a UniSA campus
located in South Australia
Overseas Student
Health Cover (OSHC)
An essential and legal
requirement of your
student visa while you are
studying in Australia
Part-time study
Studying fewer concurrent
courses than in full-time
study, thus spreading a
program over a greater period
of time. Please note that
this option is only available
for international students
studying a UniSA program
from their home country.
Postgraduate study
Specialised study undertaken
after the completion of an
undergraduate degree
Practical
A class where students
are involved in hands-on
work and can apply their
theoretical knowledge
Prerequisite
A subject that must be
completed successfully before
entry can be gained into a
program, or a course that must
be completed successfully before
progressing in a UniSA program
Professional Doctorate
A program of advanced
study and research, designed
specifically to meet the needs of
industry and professional groups
Program
A series of courses which
make up a particular award
(such as a bachelor degree)
Program director
Academic staff member
responsible for a
particular program
Student visa
A visa which permits a person
to enter Australia to attend
a school or university
Study period
Periods of time during which
courses are held. There are
seven, mostly overlapping,
study periods in a calendar
year. Most courses are held in
Study Periods two and five.
Sub-major
A stream of related courses
which comprise between 19
and 35 units (commonly six
courses). In some programs
these may be referred to as
general studies sub-majors.
Supervisor
A member of academic staff
who oversees a student’s
research and ensures that
satisfactory progress is made
TAFE
College of Technical and
Further Education
Test of English as a Foreign
Language (TOEFL)
An internationally recognised
English proficiency test
Tutorial
A small class where students
discuss issues raised in
lectures with a tutor
University Entrance
Certificate (UEC)
An award in English
proficiency from CELUSA
Unit
A value assigned to courses
which measure the amount of
work required. Full-time students
normally undertake 36 units a
year to gain the 108 units needed
to earn a three-year degree.
Work rights
A visa category which gives the
holder permission to work in
the country they are visiting
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Pick up a copy of our new International Handbook
for international students from your local
representative. It introduces you to the University
of South Australia and describes the environment
you’ll live in while you study. It introduces you to
the city Adelaide, the campuses of our university
and the enormous opportunities UniSA offers you
as a student.
Get
the full
picture
Experience.
The Difference.
Further information
www.unisa.edu.au/inthome
Telephone
+61 3 9627 4854
Facsimile
+61 3 9627 4864
Email
[email protected]
The University of South Australia
reserves the right to alter, amend
or delete any program, fee, course,
admission requirement, mode of
delivery or other arrangement
without prior notice.
Freecall
Australia:
1800 1818 58
China (Northern):10 800 61 00 245
China (Southern): 10 800 261 0245
Indonesia:
001 803 61 269
Japan:
0053 161 0011
Taiwan:
00801 611 343
Information correct at time
of printing (April 2009)
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