Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
One of the most significant trends in policy development around the world has been the restructuring of education systems in the light of near-universal participation at the secondary level, the growing demand to accommodate vocational education and training in schools and the effects of globalisation on pedagogy and curriculum. It is only through an understanding of these responses, and the contexts in which they have occurred, that Australian policy formation can occur at the level of international best practice. This course aims to place the analysis of Australian education policy in this broader national and international context of best practice, and will provide a targeted program of study in three international systems.
Those wanting to analyse Australian education policy in a broader national and international context
1 core subject and 3 electives
- Education policy - international
Standard entry requirements
- Honours degree in education
- Or a postgraduate certificate or diploma in the field of education
- Or a four-year degree, or equivalent, and at least two years' documented, relevant professional experience.
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