Course code: #M1194
These are mandatory and all come with course.
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Policy-making aims to address social, environmental and economic issues that impact society.
The Master of Public Policy and Management enables you to contribute to many complex policy problems in the contemporary world.
Students who complete this course are highly sought after in government, the public sector, the not-for-profit sector and the business world.
Murdoch has worked closely with government, the public sector and industry contacts to design this course to help you make a difference in your public policy career.
You’ll get the knowledge and skills to analyse, design and implement policy in complex institutional and regulatory environments.
The course offers professional-based electives, including project management, ethics in government, and leading and managing non-government organisations.
You can also choose policy-based electives to specialise in energy policy, environmental impact and management, health policy and law, or add a language unit.
Take on a professional internship or practical project to put your learning into practice as you gain academic credit.
Past students have interned with the WA State Parliament and public sector agencies and researched real-world policy problems.
|Cost of living||1 person||$10,620|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$7,700|
Suppose you do not currently meet Murdoch's minimum English or academic requirements. In that case, the university has a range of options available through the following partner institutions that can help you meet the admission requirements and get you into a Murdoch degree:
Phoenix Academy is one of Murdoch University’s Preferred Pathway Partners to offer both English and Academic programs.
Upon completing all AEP course requirements, you are eligible for direct entry at either an undergraduate or postgraduate course with no IELTS test required at Murdoch University (some course exclusions may apply).
International students can also use the internet-based Phoenix English Proficiency Test (iPEPT) for direct entry into Murdoch's courses for all 2022 intakes and 2023 Trimester 1, Trimester 2 and Semester 1 intakes.
PHOENIX CLASS LEVEL COMPARISON TABLE
|Class Description||CEFR*||iPEPT* Level||Expected progress|
approx. TOFEL Band Score Equivalent
|approx. IELTS Band Score Equivalent||Recommended Entry Point for further study|
|Pre-Intermediate A||Social||A2||30%||6-10 wks||30-40||3|
|Pre-Intermediate B||A2+||35%||6-10 wks||3.5|
|Intermediate A||Vocational||B1||40%||6-10 wks||41-52||4|
|Intermediate B||B1+||50%||6-10 wks||61||5|
|Pre-Advanced/ Express English||B2+||60%||6-10 wks||79-80||6|
Bachelor Degree; Cambridge C AE; Internship; Postgraduate Coursework
*exceptions are Bachelorof Law, Bachelorof Nursing, Veterinary Science, Bachelor of Education
|Advanced A||Technical||Cl||65%||6-10 wks||88-89||6.5||Postgraduate Research|
|Advanced B||Cl+||70%||6-10 wks||92-93||7||CELTA|
|Expert A||Expert||C2||75%||6-10 wks||96 -110||7.5+||DELTA, TAE|
|Expert B||C2+||80%||6-10 wks||111-120||7.5+|
Admission to the Master degree is available to students who have a Bachelor degree in any area.
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