If you want to further your career or want a completely different career, we have a range of postgraduate courses to help you realise your full potential.
Postgraduate coursework will lead you to graduate entry bachelor degrees, masters degrees, doctorates, graduate certificates, graduate diplomas and professional entry nursing courses.
What you can study
You can study your postgraduate degree full-time or part-time to fit in with your other commitments. We also offer some courses externally for even more flexibility.
Browse postgraduate courses
Postgraduate Ezyguide (PDF 159kb) - at a glance find out what's offered, when you can start it (beginning or midyear), whether it's offered part-time or externally and how long it will take you to complete.
Postgraduate coursework entry requirements
Most graduate entry bachelor degrees, graduate certificates and graduate diplomas require a three-year undergraduate degree from an Australian university or equivalent.
The normal minimum requirement for masters or PhD candidature is a four-year honours degree or equivalent, with Second Class Honours (2A) or better, or a coursework masters with a distinction average.
There are also minimum entry requirements for each course. But if you don't meet the requirements you may be admitted (subject to specific conditions) at the discretion of the faculty offering the course.
Overseas qualifications need to be similar to the above to be considered for entry.