Master of Philosophy, Regulation, Justice and Diplomacy

Australian National University (ANU)

CANBERRA, ACT, Australia

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International (Estimated)
A$31,440 / year
IELTS
7.0


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Course at a glance
Field of study
Humanities and social sciences
Duration (Int'l)
98 Weeks
Duration (Dom)
98 Weeks
Study mode (Int'l)
Full Time
Study mode (Dom)
Full Time
Intake
FEB
Course description
Faculty

The College comprises the Office of the Dean, and the following academic units & partnerships:

RSAP is the institutional focus of the College's research efforts. Its core mission is threefold: to foster outstanding research work on Asia and the Pacific, to nurture the next generation of scholars and to showcase and disseminate Fellows' research nationally and internationally.

The Crawford School is The Australian National University's graduate public policy school, influencing Australia, Asia & the Pacific policy research & education. The School provides advanced graduate and executive training, and produces research that frames scholarly and policy debates.

The School of Culture, History & Language brings together over 100 academics dedicated to investigating and learning with and about the people, languages, and land of Asia and the Pacific region. In addition to offering graduate level programs, the College's undergraduate Asian studies and Pacific studies programs are centralised within the School.

The Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs is dedicated to advancing analysis and understanding of the international, political, societal, and strategic affairs of Asia and the Pacific.

The School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) is a dynamic community of scholars from different disciplines united by our interest in governance and regulation built on principles of justice, sustainability and human well-being.

The Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW) is a research institution established to enhance the existing capabilities of The Australian National University (ANU). It aims to be an integrated, world-leading institution for Chinese Studies and the understanding of China, or what has been called 'Greater China' or the 'Chinese Commonwealth' (the People's Republic of China, the Hong Kong and Macau Special Administrative Regions, as well as Taiwan and the Chinese diaspora), on a global scale.

Established in September 2009 and combining the strengths of two world-renowned, research universities — and The Australian National University and Indiana University — the ANU-IU Pan Asia Institute fosters scholarly endeavors, exchanges, academic programs, and collaboration on a broad range of issues related to Asia.

Since its establishment in 1949 as the East Asian Institute, the Institute has been the center for modern and contemporary East Asia research, studies, and publication at Columbia, covering China, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Mongolia (Inner Asia), Tibet, and, increasingly, the countries of Southeast Asia.

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The Australian National University provides our Master of Philosophy students with a vibrant research community and

Entry requirement

  • To be admitted to the Master of Philosophy program you will be required to have completed at least a three-year Australian degree or equivalent with a result of second class (2A) honours or higher.

    All applicants must meet the University's English Language Admission Requirements for Students.

    You may be granted admission if you can demonstrate that you have a background equivalent to these qualifications.

    If you think you qualify, check out our guidance on how to apply.

  • IELTS 7.0+ Each Band 6.5+; TOEFL PBT: 600 with TWE score of 5.0; TOELF IBT: 100 with minimum of 22 in all four sections; CAE pre2015: 67 with all sub skills at borderline or higher; CAE post 2015: 185 with at least 169 in all sub skills; PTE Academic: 70 with minimum score of 60 in each section
  • If you would like to study in Australia at a university or tertiary level then you may be eligible for the Higher Education Sector Visa (subclass 573) or Postgraduate Research Sector Visa (subclass 574). If your intention is to study a non-award foundation studies course or components of a course (other than English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) that does not lead to an award then the Non Award Sector visa (subclass 575) may suit your needs. For those who intend to come to Australia to undertake English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) the Independent ELICOS Sector visa (subclass 57) provides this option. In some cases it is possible to package your studies on the one visa subclass. For more information please see Course packaging. Eligible student visa applicants from participating education providers may also be able to apply for Streamlined student visa processing. If you have finished your studies and wish to work in Australia temporarily, please see Post-study work arrangements or our Working visas. ; See more at http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Stud
  • To be admitted to the Master of Philosophy program you will be required to have completed at least a three-year Australian degree or equivalent with a result of second class (2A) honours or higher.

    All applicants must meet the University's English Language Admission Requirements for Students.

    You may be granted admission if you can demonstrate that you have a background equivalent to these qualifications.

    If you think you qualify, check out our guidance on how to apply.

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