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The Master of Marine Science and Management offers a unique opportunity for you to gain in-depth knowledge in a range of marine science and management disciplines including units in the science and management of coasts, marine ecology and conservation, coral reefs, climate change, oceanography (physical, geological and biological) and engineering (coastal and marine). Read more
The Master of Marine Science and Management offers a unique opportunity for you to gain in-depth knowledge in a range of marine science and management disciplines including units in the science and management of coasts, marine ecology and conservation, coral reefs, climate change, oceanography (physical, geological and biological) and engineering (coastal and marine). This program has been developed in collaboration with the Sydney Institute of Marine Science and its partner universities.

This program is suitable if you seek a marine science qualification for entry into the field, or if you wish to gain new and specialised skills in a range of theoretical and practical applications to extend your area of expertise.

Sydney advantage
The coastal expertise at the University of Sydney is one of the best in Australia. We have international leaders in areas ranging from coastal science and management to coastal ecology and biology. We have a tropical research station in the Great Barrier Reef and several units of study that take place there.

Sydney is an outstanding location to undertake marine science and management studies, due to our extensive coastline, harbour and unique marine ecology. The Sydney Institute of Marine Science is located in recently refurbished heritage buildings by Sydney Harbour, with state-of-the-art laboratories and facilities. Some of the units of study will be taught there, including Topics in Australian Marine Science which provides a capstone experience by introducing you to the Integrated Marine Observing System, a national infrastructure facility that monitors the coastal and marine environment in Australia. You will work with data from the Integrated Marine Observing System to solve real-world problems and learn how to tackle multifaceted problems concerning our coasts and the ocean.

Program expectations
The aim of the program is to equip you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to work in the multidisciplinary field of marine science. You will gain both a theoretical understanding and applied skills to connect marine processes and the challenges that are associated with managing such a dynamic environment. Topics include coastal management, modelling, geographic information systems, ecological statistics, remotely sensed data analysis and marine and coastal law, amongst others. This will allow you to progress in your career, to refresh your skills or to undertake a career change.

This course is available to both domestic and international students, and will allow you to progress in your career, to refresh your skills or to undertake a career change.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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Environmental science and law is the merger between the applied science that is environmental science and the social aspect of law and policy that regulates our interactions with the environment. Read more
Environmental science and law is the merger between the applied science that is environmental science and the social aspect of law and policy that regulates our interactions with the environment.

Overview

The Master of Environmental Science and Law allows you to undertake complementary units in the fields of environmental science and environmental law. It provides you with the opportunity to extend your scientific knowledge into environmental areas, as well as providing an introduction to the field of environmental law and policy. The program integrates disciplines which are normally considered separately and which are difficult to study concurrently outside of this program.

It also provides the opportunity for you to gain a qualification to complement your environmental experience and to acquire knowledge in areas of policy and management.

Sydney Advantage

The Master of Environmental Science and Law at the University of Sydney is unique. While there are environmental law and environmental science programs available through other universities around Australia, only the University of Sydney offers the blend of law and environmental science that characterises this program. We have access to the outstanding resources of the Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law based at the University of Sydney, which is well known around the world in this field, as well as to all of the scientific resources available to the environmental science program.

As recognition for the University’s outstanding research quality in the area of environmental science and management, we were rated 5 out of 5 in the latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) rankings (2012).

Program expectations
Upon graduating from this program, you will possess a practical and theoretical background in aspects of environmental science and environmental law. This knowledge will include competency in research and general practical skills in these areas.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Nutrition and Dietetics provides professional education for dietitians and nutritionists. It builds on major concepts from the study of human biochemistry and physiology to discuss the roles of all nutrients, nutritional contents of food and diet in health and disease. Read more
The Master of Nutrition and Dietetics provides professional education for dietitians and nutritionists. It builds on major concepts from the study of human biochemistry and physiology to discuss the roles of all nutrients, nutritional contents of food and diet in health and disease. The program includes all the units of study to ensure you reach dietetics competence including public health, medical nutrition therapy, food service management, communication, management, and research and evaluation.

Sydney advantage
Sydney has a long history in educating dietitians and nutritionists with the first postgraduate diploma course commencing in 1967. Our course draws on the expertise of researchers and clinicians in nutrition science, public health, medicine and dietetics. Being in central Sydney gives us the advantage of calling on external guest lecturers. We have access to members of the science and medical faculties and use leading university teaching hospitals (Sydney and rural if preferred) for placement experiences. Our master’s program offers a full semester of supervised research training that meets the requirement to enter a PhD.

Program expectations
Our academics teach from a research-driven base but understand the importance of the translation of the research into evidence-based dietetic practice. The course will equip you with the skills for life-long professional development as a dietitian/nutritionist whether you want to work in the clinical or public health fields, in a hospital or primary care private practice, in a community health facility or a research organisation.

The course is accredited by the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA).

Please note that places in this course are limited and subject to strict enrolment quotas.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Sydney Master of Management is a pre-experience program designed to provide you with the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to pursue a career in management within your chosen field. Read more
The Sydney Master of Management is a pre-experience program designed to provide you with the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to pursue a career in management within your chosen field.

Distinctive features include small class sizes, a highly interactive learning environment, direct involvement with corporate partners and a focus (across all the specifically designed units of study) on solving real-world business problems. Part of the course involves students working directly with a leading company on a real business project.

The degree was designed by the University of Sydney, with input from leading European business schools and a number of the world’s most renowned corporations. The contribution of business leaders in the design of this course cannot be underestimated. It was built on a foundation of the key characteristics employers are seeking in tomorrow’s business leaders.

If you’ve just finished your first degree, the Sydney Master of Management could be what you need to set you apart from the crowd.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Sydney Master of Art Curatorship provides candidates with a sophisticated awareness of the full range of cultural, theoretical, social, political and economic issues underlying the art gallery and museum system. Read more
The Sydney Master of Art Curatorship provides candidates with a sophisticated awareness of the full range of cultural, theoretical, social, political and economic issues underlying the art gallery and museum system.

A highly valued aspect of the course is the project-based internships supervised by industry professionals in local, national and international visual arts organisations which provide invaluable workplace experience, training and networking opportunities.

The Master of Art Curating is designed and taught collaboratively by the Department of Art History and Film Studies and Sydney College of the Arts. The course emphasises the skills required for curating in a variety of contemporary contexts.

The program will provide students with a rich combination of academic core skills, art-historical and art-critical knowledge and community-engaged experience, creating pathways to careers and professional development in art institutions of all types. Graduates will possess a strong foundation in the history of art museums and their cultural impact, and an awareness of the changing nature and role of curators in society and the current challenges they face.

The program provides critical insight into and practical knowledge of both traditional institutions, such as museums and galleries, and the expanding field of contemporary curating and its wide range of non‑traditional exhibition spaces. These include artist-run and community art spaces, public art projects, festivals and commercial spaces.

Graduates will develop specialist knowledge and understanding of major developments and issues in the field of the history of art, and to be able to apply these to the care, display, and interpretation of objects, performances and art practices in curatorial contexts.

The course brings students into major Sydney art institutions for seminars. It includes an internship placement and students may choose to complete a second internship as part of their studies.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Sydney Master of Management (CEMS) is a pre-experience program designed to provide students who are fluent in a second language, with the opportunity to go one step further with their management education through the CEMS component of the degree. Read more
The Sydney Master of Management (CEMS) is a pre-experience program designed to provide students who are fluent in a second language, with the opportunity to go one step further with their management education through the CEMS component of the degree.

CEMS – the Global Alliance in Management Education – is a highly prestigious alliance of leaders in business and higher education and offers the number one ranked (by the Financial Times), Master of International Management (MIM ) program. We are the only faculty in Australia to offer this program and were also the only Australian business school and the first non-European institution to be admitted as a member of CEMS.

As part of the CEMS MIM program you will spend at least one semester at a top overseas university where you will carry out business projects and internships with leading international companies – an opportunity that will open doors for you worldwide.

If you’ve just finished your first degree, the Sydney Master of Management (CEMS) could be what you need to set you apart from the crowd.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Labour Law & Relations (MLLR) equips candidates with fundamental knowledge in areas such as the principles governing the employment relationship, collective bargaining, industrial conflict, and statutory regulation of wages and conditions. Read more
The Master of Labour Law & Relations (MLLR) equips candidates with fundamental knowledge in areas such as the principles governing the employment relationship, collective bargaining, industrial conflict, and statutory regulation of wages and conditions.

The course is highly sought-after and merges the expertise of the Sydney Law School with the Discipline of Work & Organisational Studies (part of the Sydney Business School). The MLLR is open to candidates with relevant degrees in other disciplines who wish to specialise in employment and industrial law. The course attracts accountants and human resources professionals as well as legal practitioners and related professionals working in workplace relations.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Sydney Conservatorium of Music places a high emphasis on its research activity. We have a vibrant and diverse community of staff and students, many of whom enjoy exceptional careers worldwide as both performers and scholars in the finest musical company. Read more
The Sydney Conservatorium of Music places a high emphasis on its research activity. We have a vibrant and diverse community of staff and students, many of whom enjoy exceptional careers worldwide as both performers and scholars in the finest musical company.

The Master of Music (Musicology) is a two year full-time or four year part-time degree which aims to train students to become independent scholars in their chosen field of musicology and to communicate their findings in appropriate written and spoken forms. The program of study culminates in a thesis on a topic of the candidate's choice which has been approved by the faculty. Musicology at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music embraces many fields including western historical musicology, ethnomusicology, empirical musicology, popular music studies and more.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Genetic Counselling is designed to equip you with knowledge and skills that enable you to provide families with support and information about conditions due to inherited variations in single genes, multi-genes and gene environment interactions and risk. Read more
The Master of Genetic Counselling is designed to equip you with knowledge and skills that enable you to provide families with support and information about conditions due to inherited variations in single genes, multi-genes and gene environment interactions and risk.

Teaching will take place at the University of Sydney Camperdown Campus and at Northern Clinical School, Royal North Shore Hospital, with clinical placement occurring at a variety of locations. Invited speakers, including professionals with national and international standing, will present to you new developments and differing perspectives in genetics and genomics. You will be encouraged to seek extra clinical placements supplementary to the minimum of 14 weeks. Placement with leading researchers for the research project will be available.

The course is delivered in small interactive classes that will foster productive and enjoyable learning experiences. Training in the use of international and national genetic databases will be provided throughout the course. You will have the opportunity to participate in an international exchange for clinical placement because this master’s course has reciprocity agreements with other countries facilitating links to international training programs. Interstate students may choose to complete their final semester in their home state and clinical context. Similarly, international students may choose an internship in the final semester in their home country and clinical context where a University of Sydney Exchange Agreement exists.

Master of Genetic Counselling students may elect to discontinue study and graduate with a Graduate Diploma in Genetic Counselling provided the requirements of the shorter award have been met.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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Refractive surgery is an ever-expanding area within the field of ophthalmology that encompasses laser and non-laser vision correction. Read more
Refractive surgery is an ever-expanding area within the field of ophthalmology that encompasses laser and non-laser vision correction. Such surgery has traditionally been performed by surgeons in large private clinics, but in recent years has become accepted as part of mainstream ophthalmic care. Laser eye surgery is now the most frequently performed eye operation in Australia.

Upon completion of the Master of Medicine (Cataract and Refractive Surgery) at Sydney Medical School you will be equipped with knowledge of cataract and refractive surgery theory and practice. The course is primarily online with a two-week placement in an accredited refractive surgical centre and time spent in the wet lab at Sydney Eye Hospital. Jointly offered with the University of Auckland, New Zealand, the course is the first of its kind in the world.

Your lecturers include internationally recognised corneal and refractive surgeons.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Surgery at Sydney Medical School is designed to complement the practical experience you obtain through the hospital based training program of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Read more
The Master of Surgery at Sydney Medical School is designed to complement the practical experience you obtain through the hospital based training program of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

This stream is coursework based and may be taken in an entirely online mode or part online/part face to face. Having chosen this stream you will be required to undertake one core Unit of Study (PUBH5018 Introductory Biostatistics) and 4 stream specific core units of study (24cp). In addition you will be required to complete a minimum of 3 elective Units of Study.

Please Note: Since you do not need to be domiciled in Sydney for a research project and writing a dissertation, you can do the core unit of study and 4 stream specific Units of Study all online and then elect to change streams to one of the Research/Dissertation streams. Your testamur would then appear MS(specialty of your choice Surgery) rather than MS(Surgical Sciences).

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Urban and Regional Planning program at the University of Sydney is your pathway to the professional world of planning. The Planning Institute of Australia accredits this course, ensuring professional relevance and excellent employment opportunities. Read more
The Urban and Regional Planning program at the University of Sydney is your pathway to the professional world of planning. The Planning Institute of Australia accredits this course, ensuring professional relevance and excellent employment opportunities.

Planners are strategic professionals that reconcile the complex demands of law, budgets and aesthetics to produce plans for vibrant, functional and desirable public spaces and cities. The planning program at the University of Sydney is recognised for its focus on the significant challenges of scale in planning. Our expertise in both Urban and in Regional planning means that when you study with us, you will be adept at working across the spectrum of planning works, whether for a population of 500 or for 5 million.

You will benefit from the expertise of our staff and our close ties with industry. Our academics are all active contributors to the profession, forging close links with state, national and international planning organisations. In 2012, the planning program celebrated its close ties with the Office of Urbanisation in Papua New Guinea through a Memorandum of Understanding. We regularly host prestigious international planning conferences, including the only UPE conference to be held in the Asia-Pacific. All of this combines to give you unparalleled access to the best teachers and a solid network of industry contacts as you complete your degree. This is consistently demonstrated in our high student-satisfaction and graduate employment surveys.

We give you flexible options to expand the scope of your degree by undertaking one of our exclusive enrichment options. Offered in Heritage Conservation or Urban Design, you can improve your employment prospects by taking these specialisations. No other program planning program in Australia gives you the flexibility to pursue these enrichment options

Planning is an important function in many professions. You may find yourself working as a consult alongside politicians or private companies. There is also a demand for planners by local councils and state planning authorities. Planners are allied professionals to engineers, architects and environmental consultants. They provide advice, support and their expertise in planning to ensure that proposed projects are appropriately scoped and investigated on all relevant scales. There is also an important role for planners in the development of policy, particularly in international development, where the Faculty holds expertise.

Planning is a vibrant, challenging and rewarding career. It is much more than the simple, technical evaluation of different design options. Instead, planning is infused with consideration for human welfare and social progress. The social and ecological impacts of a project are always at the forefront of a planner’s mind. Our planning program gives you the tools and approaches that will enable you to work in planning-based roles both in Australia and internationally, and can give you this experience during your degree through our extensive exchange network.

International Connections:

The Urban and Regional Planning program has strong international connections and is recognised for its expertise in the formulation of national planning strategies. Dr. Paul Jones has recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the National Urbanisation Office in Papua New Guinea and has been instrumental in the launch of the first
national urbanisation strategy.

Students of the Urban and Regional Planning program benefit from this expertise and global connectedness. There are many exchange opportunities with institutions around the world, further expanding your understanding of urban planning in different national contexts. This all combines to give you perspectives on planning that go well beyond the classroom.

Graduates of the Master of Urban and Regional Planning are eligible, subject to professional experience requirements, for corporate membership of the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA).

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific) is a unique degree that is partially funded by the European Union. The University of Sydney is part of a network of universities across the world that offer it – the most advanced human rights education programs at postgraduate level. Read more
The Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific) is a unique degree that is partially funded by the European Union. The University of Sydney is part of a network of universities across the world that offer it – the most advanced human rights education programs at postgraduate level.

The course is taught across five universities and provides students with the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and skills in this field.

It offers students from across the Asia Pacific region and the world the opportunity to study the legal, sociological, philosophical and political contexts that underpin and drive human rights and democratisation challenges globally. The program combines rigorous academic knowledge, skills training and on-the-ground insights into what it means to be a human rights advocate from government, NGO, and private sector perspectives. Coursework is supplemented by field trips and workshops on a variety of human rights-related topics.

You will begin the course at the University of Sydney and spend the regional semester at one of four partner universities: Ateneo de Manila Law School (Philippines), Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia), Kathmandu School of Law (Nepal) and the University of Colombo (Sri Lanka). In the regional semester, you can choose to complete either a dissertation or an internship.

You will also have an opportunity to use our strong industry links in countries across the Asia Pacific for internship and job opportunities. Past internships have included organisations that work with migrants, children, women, refugees, sex workers, political prisoners, human rights defenders and legal aid advocates.

With a diverse student body that comes from all over the world, the Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific) has a truly international feel that is impossible to replicate. There are at least 20 scholarships offered to students from the Asia Pacific region.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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The Master of Peace and Conflict Studies will give you a critical understanding of the causes of conflict and violence, and the means of attaining peace, justice and human rights on a local and global scale. Read more
The Master of Peace and Conflict Studies will give you a critical understanding of the causes of conflict and violence, and the means of attaining peace, justice and human rights on a local and global scale. Informed by the latest research, this program focuses on developing the theoretical understanding and practical skills that can be applied to the increasingly diverse field of peace and conflict studies.

The course includes at least three core units of study, at least three core electives, and a capstone experience which can take the form of a dissertation, internship or advocacy project. As well as gaining a core body of knowledge in the field, you will also be able to choose electives from a range of disciplines including development studies, human rights, political economy, international relations, security studies, area studies or social science policy, theory and methods.

The program provides the opportunity to study with expert commentators and practitioners in nonviolence, community mediation, human rights, the United Nations, faith-based peacebuilding, and the psychology of peace.

Many units of study are offered in the evening or in intensive teaching mode, making it easier for students in Sydney to complete the course while working full time. A number of units are also taught online each semester. Students who live and work in other countries or states of Australia are able to complete the course via a combination of distance learning and intensive face‑to‑face teaching in Sydney.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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Overview. The Master of Medical Physics is the entry level qualification that medical physicists have as clinical physical scientists. Read more
Overview
The Master of Medical Physics is the entry level qualification that medical physicists have as clinical physical scientists. It provides you with the tools to apply your knowledge and training to many different areas of medicine including the treatment of cancer, diagnostic imaging, physiological monitoring and medical electronics.

Our postgraduate medical physics program is designed to meet the growing global demand for graduate physical scientists with the specialised knowledge, skills and expertise to work within a clinical setting in the highly scientific and technical environment of medical physics. The University of Sydney Medical Physics Program offers you a wide variety of coursework units of study in radiation physics, nuclear physics, radiation dosimetry, anatomy and biology, nuclear medicine, radiotherapy physics, medical imaging physics, image processing, radiation biology, health physics and research methodology.

Sydney advantage
This program is offered through the School of Physics, which has access to world-class teaching and research facilities and provides highly experienced teaching and research staff in this discipline area through the Institute of Medical Physics and affiliated teaching hospitals and research institutes.

Program expectations
You will learn the latest knowledge and techniques enabling you to find employment in the areas of medical physics applied to the treatment of cancer, medical imaging, physiological monitoring and medical electronics.

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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