International Education

Outcomes

At the successful conclusion of this designated program students should be able to demonstrate:

  • a critical understanding of globalisation, especially in relation to education
  • enhanced understanding of the theory and practice of internationalisation and various means of promoting it
  • historical and trans-cultural understanding of antecedents to current internationalisation trends, in both Western and non-Western traditions
  • detailed analytical and critical understandings of internationalisation at school, further education, and higher education levels, with a detailed investigation at one of these levels
  • critical understandings of conceptual and strategic differences between globalisation and internationalisation, as well as the relationship between the two
  • a detailed understanding of theories of intercultural education, and of international schools
  • greater insight into the relationship between globalisation, social policy, poverty and education
  • the ability to blend conceptual developments in the field of International Education with analysis of policies and practices.

Please note: units of study in International Education are only offered via distance mode.

Master of Education (International Education)

To qualify for the award of Master of Education (International Education) candidates must complete 8 units of study (48 credit points), including:

  • 3 units of study (18 credit points) of core units; and
  • 3 unit of study (18 credit points) of elective units from the table below; plus
  • 2 units of study (12 credit points) of capstone units.

Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies (International Education)

To qualify for the award Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies (International Education) candidates must complete 6 units of study (36 credit points), including:

  • 3 units of study (18 credit points) of core units; and
  • 3 units of study (18 credit points) of elective units from the table below.

Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies (International Education)

To qualify for the award of Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies (International Education) candidates must complete 4 units of study (24 credit points), including:

  • 3 units of study (18 credit points) of core units; and
  • 1 unit of study (6 credit points) of elective units from the table below.

Course convenor

Associate Professor Nigel Bagnall
Phone 02 9351 6356
Room 528, Education Building, A35
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