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2017 Faculty of Education and Social Work Postgraduate Program


18 May 2016

Download the Postgraduate Guide now
Download the Postgraduate Guide now

The 2017 Faculty of Education and Social Work Postgraduate Guide is now available.

Join a diverse and internationally renowned community of scholars, staff and students committed to social justice through the teaching and social work professions and their impact on community and social development.

Get career ready

The professional experience component of our programs is designed to integrate with and complement your coursework studies, as well as to provide pre-service teachers with opportunities to develop their professional skills and understanding within genuine teaching environments.

Our Master of Teaching sets the standard for contemporary teacher education by offering real problem- based learning and professional experience, including internships, enabling you to draw together more theoretical aspects of your learning with those more explicitly oriented towards professional teaching practice.

Choose your specialisation:

Our Master of Social Work (Qualifying) includes a commitment to ensuring that all students in the program meet the Australian Association of Social Workers requirement of 140 days of practice learning under the direct supervision of a suitably experienced and qualified social worker.

Experience advanced learning, in a dynamic climate of change and innovation

Designed for leaders and future leaders of education, the Master of Education enhances your knowledge and practical skills and deepens your understanding of educational theory and research.

The Master of Education is available either as a generalist MEd or in the following specialist areas:

In addition, you may also like to consider the Master of Learning Sciences and Technology for an unparalleled insight into the design, management and research of technology-supported learning.

If you're a social work professional, the Master of Social Work invites you to reflect on your practice, appraise alternative practices and theories, and assess your clients' needs in new ways.

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If you have any questions, please contact us.

Domestic students
1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864)
sydney.edu.au/ask-domestic

International students
+61 2 8627 1444 (outside Australia)
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