Postgraduate study applications
Students looking at undertaking postgraduate studies must normally have an undergraduate degree to begin studying any postgraduate course.
Flinders offers a range of graduate entry bachelor degrees, masters degrees, doctorates, graduate certificates, graduate diplomas and professional entry nursing courses. These courses are undertaken by coursework, research, or by a prescribed combination of both coursework and research streams.
A full list of postgraduate courses is available in the Postgraduate EzyGuide (PDF 589KB) .
There are minimum entry requirements for each course. Applicants who do not meet the requirements may also be admitted (subject to specific conditions) at the discretion of the faculty offering the course.
Most graduate entry bachelor degrees, graduate certificates and graduate diplomas require a 3-year undergraduate degree from an Australian university or equivalent.
The normal minimum requirement for masters or PhD candidature is a 4 year honours degree or equivalent, with Second Class Honours (2A) or better, or a coursework masters with a distinction average. The Research Higher Degree of Doctor of Medicine normally requires applicants to hold a Bachelor of Medicine or Bachelor of Surgery.
Applicants with overseas qualifications require equivalent qualifications to those above.
Students who fall short of these entry requirements, or who wish to embark on higher degree work in a different field from that of their honours work, may be accepted.
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