Master of China Public Administration
Our Master of China Public Administration is the only one of its kind in the world. This twoyear, bilingual (English and Modern Standard Chinese) program will equip Australian and international
students with the business and public administration expertise to make a difference to bilateral relations, which are critical to Australia and China’s future.
This program includes a compulsory semester-long internship. Domestic students and international students from countries other than China will undertake their internships in China. International students from China will undertake their internships in Australia.Students will be expected to acquire additional language skills in English or Modern Standard Chinese as appropriate.
|Year/ semester||Unit of study 1||Unit of study 2||Unit of study 3||Unit of study 4||Total credit points|
|Year One Semester One||Fundamentals of China Studies (6 credit points)||Chinese Enterprise Management (6 credit points)||Public Administration I (Policy Making, Power and Politics) (6 credit points)||Asian Language Acquisition (6 credit points), or Academic Communication, or China Studies Elective||24|
|Year One Semester Two||Chinese Government and Public Services (6 credit points)||Chinese Economic Institutions (6 credit points)||Public Administration II (6 credit points)||Asian Language Acquisition (6 credit points), or Professional Communication, or China Studies elective||24|
|Year Two Semester One||Public Administration III (6 credit points)||Public Administration IV (6 credit points)||China Studies elective (6 credit points)||Asian Language Acquisition (6 credit points), or Professional Communication, or China Studies elective||24|
|Year Two Semester Two||MCPA Internship (12 credit points)||MCPA Internship Report (12 credit points)||24|
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Completion of bachelor’s degree orhigher award from a recognised tertiary institution with a minimum credit (65%)
average. In addition, international students’ English language requirements are as follows: IELTS: Minimum of 7.0 overall (with minimum 6.0 in each band). TOEFL paper-based: Minimum of 600 overall including minimum of 4.5 in writing. TOEFL IBT: Minimum of 100 overall including minimum of 22 in reading, listening and speaking and 23 in writing.
Please note: this course is available to international students,CRICOS code: 077457G.
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