Build your tertiary education management skills online

December 16 / 189

Specialist knowledge and skills training for leadership and management in the tertiary education sector is now available completely online – meaning program participants can fit their studies around work and family schedules.

In conjunction with the LH Martin Institute, the University of Melbourne has developed these courses to address the increasing need for specialised knowledge and skills in tertiary sector leadership and management.

Applications are now open for the following programs:

·      Master of Tertiary Education (Management)

·      Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (Management)

·      Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (Quality Assurance)

·      Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (Research Management and Policy)

·      Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (Governance).

LH Martin Institute Director Leo Goedegebuure says alumni feedback so far is overwhelmingly positive.

“Alumni consistently say our programs deliver outstanding quality, are taught by expert staff, are tailored to time-poor professionals and provide strong career prospects,” Professor Goedegebuure said. 

These courses are designed for middle to senior level educators, administrators or managers, and taught by leading international tertiary sector leaders and experts. Informed by the latest research, participants are provided with concepts, insights and practical skills relevant to the tertiary education sector.

The online learning experience is enriched by real time interaction with lecturers, tutors and classmates. 

If you are an eligible continuing or fixed-term staff member of the University you may be able to benefit from a 25 per cent discount on full fee paying graduate courses and CAP subjects, or you may like to consider FEE-HELP options. 

Visit the website and download a course guide. Applications to commence study in February (Semester 1) close on 15 January.

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