It is widely recognised that married couples and families in Australia, and its neighbouring region, labour under enormous and ever-increasing pressures. Individuals and local communities, confident that the Church has a particular wisdom to offer on these matters and relying on the Church's pastoral care, look for renewed leadership in this area. The John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family opened in July 2001 under the auspices of the Melbourne Archdiocese.
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Entry requirements for John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family, Melbourne
Master programs: Bachelor degree (credit average) or equivalent relevant studies; Postgraduate programs: undergraduate degree or diploma in relevant area, with appropriate vocational experience as specified; English language proficiency; Visa requirements
Transfering your previous study credits
In some cases it is possible for students to receive credit for courses taken at other institutions within the last ten years if the Dean is satisfied that such courses cover the same material and are delivered at the same level as those offered at the Institute.