Postgraduate Courses Information Session
6 September 2012
Amid continued commentary on China's rise as a world superpower, the new Master of China Studies (MChinastud) and Master of China Public Administration (MCPA) aim to produce a new generation of leaders equipped with a more holistic comprehension of Australia's most important trade partner.
A deeper engagement with Chinese history, language and culture is the focus of these two-year masters degrees, which are both set to commence in Semester 1, 2013.
The Master of China Studies degree is intended for students looking to further their knowledge of China who may not have any previous background of study in the area. The broad introductory degree covers China's society, culture and history, while giving students the opportunity to specialise in elective topics including health, business, law, society and politics.
Alternatively, the MCPA aims to assist middle level public administrators and business people from both China and Australia to advance their knowledge of China as they contribute to these models. With a compulsory semester-long internship in China for domestic students, and a work placement in Australia for China-based candidates, students will enhance their core skills with real-world experience of public administration across the two nations.
Please note: this course will be available to international students subject to CRICOS registration.
Time: 1.00-2.30pm, Thursday
Location: Room 346, New Law School Annex, the University of Sydney