Are you looking to continue your higher education in Australia? There are many successful universities within the country, with plenty of further study options available for postgraduate students.\r\n\r\nThis makes Australia an extremely desirable choice for international students, who also have the option to stay and work in the country for a number of years after completing their degree.
Postgraduate courses in Australia can typically last anywhere between 3 months to 4 years. Usually, when taking a postgraduate course in Australia, you will be provided the option to choose between a coursework focused course and a research focused course.
Pre-Master's courses are available for students who do not possess the necessary grades or language skills to pass automatically into a Master's course. By passing this course a student will then be able to take a full Master's Degree course.
A typical Masters Degree will usually take between 1-2 years to complete. A Master's Degree assessed by coursework (18-24 months) will also require a completed dissertation. A research focused Masters Degree is often used to prepare students for a PhD and will typically take two years. This type of course requires a lot more independent study in comparison.
To attend a postgraduate course in Australia you will typically require a score of IELTS 6.5. This will of course depend on your course and the choice of university. Again, each institution will have different entry requirements and different timelines.
Our international education consultants will be able to advise you on how your qualifications match up to the admission entry requirements in Australia. If you are interested in studying in Australia give us a call on 0161 233 4295 and our team will be more than happy to help.