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Universities in Australia have a variety of postgraduate study options.


They can be an excellent way to advance your career or change your course of study.


The following is a list of postgraduate programmes available at Australian universities.

Graduate Certificate


After completing a Bachelor's degree, you can begin a Graduate Certificate programme. Graduate Certificates are a great way to expand your skills in particular fields covered in your undergraduate programme or to learn new skills in a new field. They typically take six months to complete.

Graduate Diploma

Graduate Diplomas, including Graduate Certificates, usually entail the completion of a Bachelor's degree or higher. Admission can be granted based on extensive work experience in some cases. These courses normally take a year to complete and are offered by universities and private providers.

Masters Degree

A master's degree will help you advance to the top of your profession. Depending on whether you have a Bachelor's degree or a Bachelor's degree with honours, it normally takes one or two years. A master's degree is a specialised course that consists of either independent study or conventional coursework. It's possible that it's a mix of the two. Students pursuing a master's degree are supposed to be self-sufficient and capable of solving complex problems.

Doctoral degree

This is the most prestigious award available at Australian universities. A doctoral degree, also known as a PhD, entails conducting original research that contributes significantly to the body of knowledge in your field of study. You should also expect to conduct research, conduct experiments, and look at other methodical applications. As a consequence, you'll have a thesis that demonstrates a connection between your research and your field of study. A doctoral degree takes three years to complete on average.

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