Graduate Admissions Australian Education resources for international students including; Admissions, International Education, Study English Programs, MBA, Student Life, Travel, Study in australia, and free email accounts via australia mail /admissions/Graduate-Admissions/ Sat, 06 May 2017 08:20:48 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Admission guide for post graduate school in Australia /admissions/admission-guide-for-post-graduate-school-in-australia.html /admissions/admission-guide-for-post-graduate-school-in-australia.html  Different Post Graduate Programs are more competitive then others. For example, a Graduate in Arts is usually much less competitive then a Masters in Business Administration (MBA). Below you will find thoughts and ideas to consider when applying to your prospective Post Graduate School or Course.

1. If you have decided what course you want to study, then it is wise to apply to multiple schools that offer your desired course. By doing this you will increase your chances of getting in; and you will have more than one option to choose from when it comes to enrollment in your Post Graduate Program.

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2. If you are persistent and really want to attend a certain university, but don't think you will get into the course that you want, you should apply for a less competitive course.

3. If you do not meet the entry criteria of a university or course, consider special entry criteria. For example, maybe you have been hurt by financial or social situations, or you have a learning disability. In these cases schools often use different criteria and take into consideration your hardship in looking into admittance.

4. A lot of Post Graduate Programs requires prospective students to have a good amount of work experience before applying to their course. This is important and you should find out what kind of work experience your prospective course is looking for. The more real world experiences on your resume, the better your chances of admittance. If you don't have the right experience, then you must try to demonstrate what other professional skills you have that could act as a substitute.

Course coordinators are typically in charge of admissions for post graduate programs. The qualities that course coordinators look for in a post graduate applicant are similar to qualities in which an employer looks for. Some of the most sought after qualities include:

  • Persistence
  • Determination
  • Open mindedness
  • Work Ethic
  • Enthusiasm

Post graduate programs will help you reach and achieve your lifetime goals. TIP: What to do if you do not get into your desired course or program?

It would be a great idea to find out why you did not get in to the course or program by contacting the admissions administrator and ask what skills you need to improve prior to a new application.Pay close attention to the advice given to you as it could be the deciding factor in getting in.

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Post Graduate Admissions Guidelines /admissions/college-admission-post-graduate-important-guidelines.html /admissions/college-admission-post-graduate-important-guidelines.html
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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