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Post Graduate Admissions Guidelines


Below you will find some general guidelines in applying for a Graduate Admissions in Australia.

General: You must submit your full details of your courses taken and grades for each course as part of the application process. You must submit your transcripts from all previous colleges attended. For international students most universities require students to take the English Proficiency test (IELTS or TOEFL).

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Eligibility for Post Graduate admissions: Most post-graduate programs accept a three year undergraduate degree. A select few might require an honors degree with a minimum of 16 years of formal education. For management postgraduate courses students might be required to take the GMAT.Eligibility for Australia MBA

In Australia, the Masters programs require many different types of study, including:

· Attending Lectures

· Tutorials

· Seminars

· Independent research

· Group presentations

Students in the postgraduate level are required and encouraged to analyze data, discuss questions in a logical form, and participate in the classroom lectures. Australian postgraduate programs take 1 to 2 years to complete. Universities in Australia have many different ways to evaluate a student's performance and some might include:

· Examination

· Essays

· Reports

· Oral Presentations

· Practical work

· Class participation

Postgraduate degrees in Australia mostly focus on research work and the student's thesis. Entry requirements differ at each university and Masters program. To see what the entry requirements are for your desired University and Program, please visit or directly contact your prospective University.

 

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