Graduate Certificate/ Diploma/ Master of Indigenous Languages Education
Offered in Block mode
These courses are for Indigenous educators who wish to develop their skills in Indigenous languages teaching.
The Graduate Certificate is a one-semester course and is open to applicants who have completed two years of teacher training or an equivalent course. Students complete four units of study in the areas of Linguistics and Languages Education.
The Master of Indigenous Languages Education is a one-year degree and is open to applicants who have a recognised teaching qualification such as a four-year degree, or a Bachelor's degree and a Diploma of Education. Students complete eight units of study in the areas of Linguistics and Languages Education.
Students who complete the Graduate Certificate can undertake two extra units of study in the second semester and qualify for the Graduate Diploma or, if they achieve an average grade of 70%, can enter the Masters program in the second semester.
These courses are open to Indigenous Australian candidates only and are offered by block-mode. Students attend the University for 3 blocks each semester, for one week each block. There is no cost to the student for travel, meal and accommodation costs to attend blocks are covered by the University.
Contact Details: Sherrie Connors (02) 9351 7008 or 1800 622 742
Graduate Diploma in Indigenous Health Promotion – Camperdown Campus
Offered in Block-mode – one year full-time, two years part time
This course offers Indigenous Health workers and practitioners the opportunity to add health promotion to their knowledge and skills. It ensures that all learning is relevant to day-to-day community practice and reaffirms the importance of community participation and community development.
For more information please contact:
Mr Jonathan Birch
Tel: (02) 9351 1973
School of Public Health Website
Koori Centre Handbook
For further information on Postgraduate and other courses offered by the Koori Centre, please visit our online handbook.