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1 Australia Awards Scholarships 2016

2 An exceptional learning atmosphere

3 A rich tradition of excellence The University of Adelaide is one of Australia s most prestigious institutions, with high-calibre graduates in senior positions throughout the world. Why study at the University of Adelaide? > Third-oldest University in Australia, founded 1874 > Ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world* > Member of the Group of Eight Australia s leading research-intensive universities > Main campus located in the heart of the city of Adelaide > More than 25,000 students, including over 6,500 international students from more than 90 countries > More than 120 undergraduate and 200 postgraduate degree programs > Five faculties: Arts; Engineering, Computer & Mathematical Sciences; Health Sciences; Professions; Sciences > Modern lecture theatres, state-of-the-art laboratories > Outstanding library, with over 2 million items > High quality student support services and accessible accommodation > Associated with five Nobel prize winners and over 100 Rhodes Scholars *Based on the Times Higher Education, QS and Shanghai Jiao Tong Rankings A progressive institution From the start, the University of Adelaide was one of Australia s most progressive institutions. It was the first Australian university to admit women to academic courses in 1881, ahead of Oxford (1920) and Cambridge (1948). It was the first Australian university to grant degrees in science, the first to establish a Conservatorium of Music, and the first to graduate a woman surgeon. This progressive attitude, combined with teaching and learning of high quality, one of the best student-to-staff ratios in Australia, outstanding research and a strong tradition of community service has enabled the University of Adelaide to develop quality graduates, recognised internationally for their knowledge, skills, leadership, creativity, global outlook and ability to influence positive change. Contents 1 A rich tradition of excellence Outstanding research The University of Adelaide provides a learning environment where teachers are also active researchers who are among the best in their fields. The University is among the most research-intensive universities in the South East Asian region, with major strengths in agriculture, health and biomedical sciences, the environment (climate change and sustainability), social innovation, mineral and energy resources, and sensing and computation. From per-capita research grants to higher degree completion rates, the University of Adelaide s achievements consistently rank among the highest in Australia and our regional neighbours. The University offers outstanding opportunities for research in an environment that encourages and values personal interaction with academic staff. 3 A great place to live and learn 4 Support services for Australia Awards Scholarhip students 8 Academic programs 26 How to apply 26 Helpful websites 26 Important dates 27 Faculties 28 Further information Australia Awards Scholarships

4 A great campus life Extending across four campuses, the University s grand old buildings and environs combine with the most modern research facilities to provide an exceptional learning atmosphere in which students can achieve their best. Our students enjoy an active social life on campus, with facilities including cafeterias, a bookshop and the Fitness Hub, plus numerous sporting and special-interest clubs. Hub Central on the North Terrace campus is a popular place for students to meet, study, make social connections and exchange ideas. North Terrace campus: Located within Adelaide s central business and shopping district, the University s main campus on North Terrace is renowned for its beauty, convenience and lively atmosphere. The campus is home to some of Adelaide s most significant buildings, including the historic Mitchell Building with its elegant stained glass and fine stonework, and Elder Hall, a popular venue for concerts and public lectures. Recent multi-million dollar investments in infrastructure have seen the University of Adelaide add modern world-leading research and teaching facilities to the North Terrace campus, including the six-star green-star Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences building, the student-focussed Hub Central, and the Braggs science precinct. The University s location in the central business district close to the heart of Adelaide allows students to enjoy the café strip of Rundle Street, the parklands surrounding the city, the cultural boulevard of North Terrace complete with State Library, the State Museum and South Australia s State Parliament, and the shopping district of Rundle Mall. Waite campus: Situated only eight kilometres south of the city campus, the internationally renowned Waite campus encompasses the largest agricultural research complex in the Southern Hemisphere and provides a fertile environment for scientific studies in agriculture, food, wine and natural resources management. As well as being home to the A$26 million super greenhouse known as the Plant Accelerator, the Waite campus houses the largest concentration of agricultural research scientists in Australia, with the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), the Australian Wine Institute (AWRI), several divisions of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and the Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics (ACPFG) all located on campus. The University of Adelaide staff and students work with these campus partners, providing a unique opportunity to gain practical and theoretical knowledge through participation in ongoing national and international research projects. Roseworthy campus: The Roseworthy campus was Australia s first agricultural teaching and research centre, and is home to South Australia s only veterinary science program. Located on 1600 hectares of land, the campus is situated 53 kilometres north of Adelaide, adjacent to the world famous Barossa Valley wine region. Roseworthy is an internationally renowned centre for excellence in dryland agriculture, natural resource management and animal production. The campus houses new leading-edge veterinary health centres that provide services to the public and offers animal science and veterinary medicine students a real world experience. Thebarton campus: The University of Adelaide s Thebarton campus, four kilometres west of the city, is a dedicated research and development park that stimulates vital interaction between the University and Australian business and industry. The Thebarton campus hosts a number of applied research activities in areas including physical sciences, engineering and occupational health. Commercial enterprises include businesses involved in materials engineering, biotechnology, environmental services, information technology, industrial design, laser/optics technology, health products, engineering services, radar systems and telecommunications. The campus also operates a business incubator aimed at helping students and alumni commercialise their research innovations. North Terrace campus Waite campus Roseworthy campus 2 Australia Awards Scholarships 2016

5 A great place to live and learn A relaxed city lifestyle Adelaide is an ideal environment in which to live and study, offering all of the conveniences of a major city but few of the hassles. Situated on a fertile plain flanked by the natural beauty of the Adelaide Hills and 22 kilometres of white sandy beaches, Adelaide has a population of 1.2 million people. In the Economist Intelligence Unit s 2014 Liveability Survey, Adelaide was ranked as the 5th most liveable city in the world. Surrounded by parklands, Adelaide is one of Australia s most cosmopolitan cities, with an impressive array of cafés, restaurants and shops reflecting the diversity of its ethnic communities. Known as the 20-minute city, it is easy to get around in Adelaide thanks to its broad boulevards and an extensive public transport network. Its central location makes it an ideal gateway to explore South Australia s many tourist attractions, from world-renowned wineries and rugged coastlines to the wonders of the Australian outback. A multicultural state Home to many indigenous peoples for thousands of years before European settlement began in 1836, South Australia has since welcomed migrants from all over the world and is characterised by a great diversity of cultural traditions, languages spoken and systems of belief. About 20% of the population was born overseas in more than 200 different countries. A mostly secular society exists peacefully alongside many faiths, including Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Baha i and Judaism. Cost of living Recent research by the National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling found Adelaide to be the most affordable city in Australia. The cost of living in Adelaide is up to 19% less than in Sydney and Melbourne, and 7% less than in Perth and Brisbane. For more information on Adelaide please visit the following websites: Managing your money Guide to average weekly living expenses in Adelaide* (Source: Accommodation Groceries Gas and electricity Transport (with student concession) Telephone/postage Others (e.g. clothing, entertainment) Total Weekly Expenses A$120-$385 A$90-$130 A$35-$55 A$20-$35 A$15 40 A$40+ A$330-$695* * This should be viewed as a guide only for a single student. Costs can vary significantly from one student to another. These are basic living costs and do not include program tuition fees, costs for textbooks, other study related needs, running a car, medical expenses, or any luxuries. Leaders in their field Graduates of the University of Adelaide become part of a distinguished alumni community that extends around the world. Internationally, University of Adelaide alumni occupy positions of influence in business, government, academia and the arts. Some of the University s notable earlier graduates include penicillin pioneer Howard Florey and the youngest ever recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physics, Sir Lawrence Bragg. Present day achievers include NASA astronaut Dr. Andy Thomas; joint winner of the 2005 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, J. Robin Warren; the President of Singapore, Dr. Tony Tan and the chairman of the OCBC Bank in Singapore, Dr. Cheong Choong Kong. Our high-calibre graduates have skills that go beyond the workplace. We are committed to producing graduates recognised worldwide for their creativity, knowledge and skills, as well as for their culture and tolerance. Howard Florey Sir Lawrence Bragg Dr. Andy Thomas J. Robin Warren Dr. Tony Tan Dr. Cheong Choong Kong Australia Awards Scholarships

6 Support services for Australia Awards Scholarship (AAS) Students International Sponsored Student Advisor The University of Adelaide welcomes students sponsored by the Australian Government under the Australia Awards Scholarship scheme. Students studying on an Australia Awards Scholarship are provided with advice and assistance by the International Sponsored Student Advisor at the International Student Centre (ISC). The International Sponsored Student Advisor is also the AAS Student Contact Officer (SCO) at the University of Adelaide. Contact details for the International Sponsored Student Advisor: Ms Niranjala Seimon International Student Centre Ground Floor, Old Classics Wing The University of Adelaide SA 5005 Australia Ph: Fax: Details of the Australia Awards Scholarships program can also be found by visiting the AAS website: au/pages/default.aspx International Student Centre life/studying/ The University s International Student Centre (ISC) is responsible for the orientation and ongoing support of international students at the University of Adelaide. It works closely with student groups, faculties and the University administration to ensure that the experience of all international students is a positive and successful one. The ISC also acts as a liaison for sponsored students, and the International Sponsored Student Advisor is based in this office. The ISC is open from 10.00am 5.00pm on Monday and 9.00 am 5.00 pm, Tuesday to Friday all year (except public holidays). Staff are available to help with a range of information and support services, including: > > New international student orientation program > > Initial temporary accommodation and assistance with long-term accommodation in conjunction with the Accommodation Service > > Assistance with visa matters including visa extensions and meeting compliance requirements > > Orientation > > Experience Adelaide Program > > Language and Cultural Exchange Program and Talking with Aussies Program > > On-going support by International Student Advisers > > Information on Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) > > Pastoral care, including referral to specialist service providers > > A range of workshops and social activities throughout each semester 4 Australia Awards Scholarships 2016

7 Introductory Academic Program (IAP) The Introductory Academic Program is intended to provide AAS students with a range of skills necessary to make a smooth transition to and enhance performance in their academic programs. The IAP is compulsory for AAS students, and students must arrive prior to its commencement. The IAP is five weeks in duration and takes place prior to the commencement of your academic program. The first week of the IAP includes some orientation activities to help you settle in to the University and to Adelaide. Students with families studying/children/ The Australia Awards Scholarship does not provide any financial or other support for your dependants. If you are planning to bring your family to Australia, you are strongly advised to arrive on your own first for at least the first six months. Once you have settled into your new living and learning environment and have found long-term accommodation, you will be in a better position for your family to join you in Australia. If you intend to bring your children to Australia, please be aware that there are costs associated with childcare and schooling in Australia. Childcare Quality childcare services are available at the University s North Terrace and Waite campuses, and at many childcare centres throughout Adelaide. Fees vary from approximately AUD$65 90 per day to approximately AUD$350-$445 per week. Students receiving Australian government scholarships (such as AAS) may be eligible for a government subsidy of part of these fees (the Child Care Benefit). Childcare services generally cater for children between the ages of three months and five years of age. Kindergartens or preschools located throughout Adelaide and suburbs offer educational programs for children who are four years old. Fees for kindergarten may be from AUD$80 per term (10 weeks). For children who are attending school, many public primary schools offer afterschool and vacation care for a fee (currently around AUD$8 9 per hour for after school care and approximately AUD$30 per day for vacation care). Education for children of international students School attendance is compulsory for all children in Australia aged between six and sixteen years, with most children commencing school at five years of age. School attendance is from Monday to Friday and generally from 9.00am 3.30pm. The school academic year commences in late January and the year is divided into four terms. Schools available to the dependants of international students include State government-operated public schools as well as independent schools. As a holder of an Australian Government scholarship (an AAS award) your dependant children can attend public schools and pay the same low fees as local students. To be eligible for this, you will need to obtain a document called the Letter of Authority from the Department of Education and Child Development (DECD). A request for this letter must be made through the International Student Centre to verify your student and scholarship status to DECD. The ISC will facilitate the Letter of Authority for you after your arrival in Australia. The School Materials and Services Fee is payable each year. This is a fee paid by all parents local and international. It helps the school to buy exercise books, pens and other personal resources for students. This annual fee is set by the school and ranges from A$110 up to A$920 per child per year depending on the school and level of services offered. Intensive Primary English Course If your primary school aged child needs English language instruction, you can enrol them in the Intensive Primary English Course (IPEC), which is an intensive English course designed to provide young children with the skills required for entering mainstream primary education classes. Students usually attend the IPEC Program for one year. They can then continue at the school in the mainstream program or go to their local school if you wish. Similar intensive English language support is also available at secondary school for older dependant children. Contact the Department of Education, Training and Employment for details of primary and secondary schools offering intensive English language support in South Australia. For further information on public school services contact: Department of Education and Children s Services Ground Floor West, Education Centre 31 Flinders Street, Adelaide SA 5000 Ph: Fax: Web: sa.edu.au/children-of-internationaltertiary-students Australia Awards Scholarships

8 Accommodation Adelaide has a wide range of accommodation options including University-managed accommodation, residential colleges, student hostels, private rentals and share-housing. University-managed accommodation and residential colleges offer many advantages, as they are close to campus and offer furnished rooms with the cost of electricity, gas and water all included in the fee. Students accompanied by family members will find private rental accommodation in houses or apartments is the most suitable option. It is easiest for students to arrive in Adelaide alone initially in order to arrange suitable permanent family accommodation. All international students are guaranteed one week of single room temporary accommodation upon arrival (a fee applies approximately A$200 for a single student for one week at the time of printing). This service is provided by the Accommodation Service and must be arranged before arrival. Health insurance and services default.aspx The Australian Government requires all international students and their families to have health insurance in Australia through the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) scheme. The OSHC helps pay for medical care which you may need when you are studying in Australia. As an AAS student, your OSHC (Single) cover will be paid by your scholarship. The University s preferred provider of OSHC is Allianz Global Assistance. When you accept your Placement Offer, the University will arrange an OSHC (Single) membership for you with Allianz. You will receive your OSHC membership card on arrival. If you have dependants on your Student Visa you will be required to purchase OSHC (Family) membership by paying the difference between a Single and Family cover. At the time of printing the fee for OSHC Essentials cover is AUD$594 per year for a single student, AUD$1,643 for a family of two and AUD$2,396 for a multi-family policy. This is subject to change. OSHC covers up to 100% of the scheduled fee for most medical services and 100% of the scheduled fees in hospitals. Scheduled fees are those recommended by the Australian Government, but doctors and private hospitals often charge more than this recommended scheduled fee, creating a gap amount that must be paid by the patient. Whenever possible, check with the doctor or hospital providing the treatment if a gap payment is required, and how much extra you will need to pay over and above the refund you will receive from the medical insurer. Always check your benefit entitlement with the insurer before going to a private hospital. OSHC services Services and charges not currently covered by OSHC include: > > Treatment for medical conditions, or disabilities, in existence before you came to Australia during the first 12 months of membership > > Additional charges for single room accommodation in hospitals > > Assisted reproductive services such as in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) > > Dental, physiotherapy, optical wear > > Pregnancy related services if your visa is for three months or less > > The difference between the scheduled fee for any service and the actual charge levied by the doctor or the hospital (remember, many doctors and private hospitals charge above the scheduled fee). If you have a pre-existing medical condition, you may like to investigate additional insurance options in your home country for the first 12 months of your stay in Australia. Further information can be found on the following websites: default.aspx visas/healthoshc/ Language and learning services The Writing Centre and the Maths Learning Centre offer individual consultations to assist with all aspects of coursework involving writing and mathematics. All services, seminars and courses are free for students enrolled at the University of Adelaide. Writing Centre The Writing Centre presents seminars to advance academic skills, focussing on reading and research skills, giving presentations at tutorials and seminars, essay writing and report writing. A conversational language support program and weekly tutorials are provided for students who have English as an additional language, and Learning Guides are also available to help all students to develop their skills. Maths Learning Centre The Maths Learning Centre (MLC) exists to help all students to develop the skills they need to learn and use the maths involved in their courses, including statistics. The MLC provides bridging courses, seminars, workshops and online resources, as well as a drop-in service where students can come without an appointment for one-on-one assistance. 6 Australia Awards Scholarships 2016

9 Postgraduate study options Postgraduate study at the University of Adelaide can be undertaken by coursework or by research. Postgraduate coursework programs are mostly taught through advanced-level courses, and a minor research thesis is also required for most programs. Postgraduate research programs require students to spend the full duration of their degree working on a major research thesis under the guidance of a supervisor. Postgraduate Coursework Programs Postgraduate coursework programs consist of a number of advanced-level courses (usually 2-4 per semester) assessed through assignments, essays, seminars and exams. A minor research thesis is sometimes required but the majority of the teaching and assessment is carried out through lectures, tutorials, and laboratory sessions. Postgraduate coursework programs are usually taught in a series of articulating programs, including Graduate Certificate (one semester duration), Graduate Diploma (one-year duration) and Masters (1-2 years duration). Postgraduate Research programs Higher degrees by research (HDR) are offered at two different levels: Master of Philosophy (M. Phil.) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). The is offered in every Faculty as the only research Masters degree available to prospective research students. Programs are conducted over two years of full-time study and students are trained in research methodology and techniques, engaging in the critical evaluation of literature and results in their area of research. International students who enter the undertake the mixed research and coursework stream of the program. One-third of the degree will include coursework dealing with research methodology, while the remaining two-thirds of the program will comprise research and the production of a research thesis. (PhD) The PhD is the basic qualification for a research or academic career. It involves up to four years of full-time research. In the course of completing the degree candidates develop the capacity to conduct research independently at a high level of originality and quality and make a significant original contribution to knowledge in their chosen discipline. Admission to a PhD program requires substantial previous research experience, such as the completion of a Master s degree with a significant research component. Australia Awards Scholarships

10 Postgraduate degree programs The following is a summary of University of Adelaide postgraduate degree programs that relate to the broad areas of priority identified by the Australia Awards Scholarship program. Information about all programs offered by the University of Adelaide in 2016 may be found at the following website: Agriculture/Agricultural Business Postgraduate coursework programs Agribusiness B Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business 2 years (48 units) February or July Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in Program overview The Global Food and Agricultural Business (GFAB) postgraduate program enables students to develop the conceptual and practical skills necessary for careers in food businesses and agribusiness. The selection of courses enables students to gain fundamental competencies, while at the same time providing the flexibility to tailor their program to individual background and career objectives. For example, students may focus on specific interests from value chain management or marketing to natural resource issues or agricultural policy analysis. There are four areas of specialisation available: Marketing, Trade Policy, Applied Finance and Management. The program also requires a 12-unit (one semester) applied research project. Further information: Plant Biotechnology G Master of Biotechnology (Plant Biotechnology) Up to 2 years* February only Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in *Students who can demonstrate at least two years of relevant professional or research experience may complete the Masters program in 1.5 years. Program overview Plant Biotechnology has a strong emphasis on understanding plant form and function from molecular, genetic and biochemical perspectives. The program extends this understanding from fundamental science to applications in plant production, human and animal health, biofuels and ultimately to commercialisation of plant biotechnology. The program is designed as a series of short courses, integrating scientific communication, critical thinking, problem solving and bioinformatics into the curriculum. The two-year (48 units) Master s program includes 24 units (one year) of coursework and 24 units (one year) of research. Further information: 8 Australia Awards Scholarships 2016

11 The School s of Agriculture, Food and Wine and the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences provide world-class concentration of scientific research, education and infrastructure across the Waite and Roseworthy campuses of the University of Adelaide. The Schools broad research interests include: agribusiness, agronomy, animal science, crop improvement, integrated pest management, plant biotechnology, viticulture and oenology and veterinary science. Students interested in pursuing a postgraduate degree by research in any of the above areas should consult the following website: or F E E G E (Sciences) (Veterinary Science) (Global Food Studies) (Sciences) (Veterinary Science) Up to 2 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.5 in Up to 2 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.5 in Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 6.5with a minimum band score of 6.5 in Writing and Speaking and 6.0 in Listening and Reading Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.5 in Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.5 in Architecture and Planning Postgraduate coursework programs A Master of Architecture 2 years February only Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in B Master of Landscape Architecture 2 years February only Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in G Master of Planning 2 years February and July Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in G Master of Planning (Urban Design) 2 years February and July Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in Program overviews Master of Architecture This program is focused on appreciation of the significance of design, an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of the discipline and the vital importance of a close relationship with the landscape architecture profession. Additionally, the interdisciplinary nature of practice is emphasised through close contact and shared courses with landscape architecture and urban design students. This program will provide engagement with local and international issues, allowing students to learn about and participate in contemporary projects and debates about the environment, community, culture and society. Further information: Master of Landscape Architecture This program is focused on appreciation of the significance of design, an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of the discipline and the vital importance of a close relationship with the landscape architecture profession. Additionally, the interdisciplinary nature of practice is emphasised through close contact and shared courses with architecture and urban design students. The program will provide engagement with local and international issues, allowing students to learn about and participate in contemporary projects and debates about the environment, community, culture and society. Further information: Master of Planning Urban planning is concerned with how we design, regulate and manage the cities, neighbourhoods and places in which we live our lives. As cities become larger and more complex, and an increasing proportion of the world s population lives in cities, it is important that we manage their growth to provide a good quality of life for all residents. This can be done through ensuring employment opportunities, protecting the natural and historic built heritage and ensuring cities are resilient in the face of natural disaster threats and climate change. Planners central concern is to ensure that our cities are attractive places to live and work now, and that they are sustainable into the future. The program emphasises the importance of the design of spaces and places. Design-literate planners are keenly sought after by many employers. Further information: Australia Awards Scholarships

12 Master of Planning (Urban Design) Urban planning is concerned with how we design, regulate and manage the cities, neighbourhoods and places in which we live our lives. As cities become larger and more complex, and an increasing proportion of the world s population lives in cities, it is important that we manage their growth to provide a good quality of life for all residents. This can be done through ensuring employment opportunities, protecting the natural and historic built heritage and ensuring cities are resilient in the face of natural disaster threats and climate change. Planners central concern is to ensure that our cities are attractive places to live and work now, and that they are sustainable into the future. The program emphasises the importance of the design of spaces and places. Design-literate planners are keenly sought after by many employers. Further information: The School of Architecture and the Built Environment has three concentrations of research activity: sustainable built environment; architectural history, theory and culture; and design research and learning. Further information: K C (Architecture) (Architecture) Up to 2 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in 10 Australia Awards Scholarships 2016

13 Business and Management Accounting, Finance, International Business, Marketing B B Master of Accounting and Finance Master of Accounting and Marketing D Master of Applied Finance F Master of Finance and Business Economics G Master of International Business 4 trimesters February, May or September Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in all bands K Master of Professional Accounting 1.5 years February or July Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in B Master of Marketing 4 trimesters February, May or September Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in Program overviews The Masters by coursework programs offered by the Business School provide students with the opportunity to specialise in Accounting, Applied Finance, International Business or Marketing. These programs may be taken by graduates of any discipline. Master of Accounting and Finance This program offers a combination of accounting and finance studies that will enhance career prospects and extend knowledge of both disciplines. Students choose either accounting or finance as their primary discipline, and undertake supplementary courses in the other discipline. Students choosing the accounting specialisation as their primary discipline will meet the academic requirements for admission to the CPA program of CPA Australia. The program also covers a substantial part of the body of knowledge for those wanting to proceed with professional studies offered by the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute (www.cfainstitute.org). Further information: Master of Accounting and Marketing This program provides comprehensive studies across the related fields of accounting and marketing. While the program includes study in both fields, students choose to specialise in one area. For students choosing the Accounting specialisation as their primary discipline, the program aims to develop them for a professional accounting career with accreditation to proceed to the professional programs of CPA Australia. For students choosing the advanced Marketing specialisation, the program aims to develop them for a professional marketing career by providing the educational grounding and partial credit towards the Certified Practising Marketer (CPM) status awarded by the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI). Further information: Master of Applied Finance This program is designed to help individuals enhance their managerial effectiveness in the field of finance. The program provides participants with a strong foundation in the principles and practice of finance, and furnishes them with new skills and analytical tools to form a sound basis for decision-making.the program provides the grounding to proceed to the professional studies of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute. Further information: Master of Marketing This program is designed to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date understanding of concepts, techniques and professional applications in marketing to graduates of non-marketing disciplines who wish to seek careers in marketing or marketing related fields. For students with a recognised marketing degree, advanced level courses offered within this discipline will provide greater depth and breadth of strategic thinking and analytical tools in marketing and business. Further information: Master of Finance and Business Economics This program has been designed to meet the needs of entrants from a business or economics degree seeking in-depth advancement in their field, or a graduate from any other degree seeking to comprehensively adapt to the fields of economics and finance. While the program includes study in both fields, students choose to specialise in one area. For candidates choosing the finance specialisation, the program provides the educational grounding to proceed to the professional studies of the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute. For candidates specialising in economics, the program aims to enhance understanding of the application of economic theories, and provides training in theoretical and applied aspects of modern economics and econometrics. Further information: Australia Awards Scholarships

14 Master of International Business This program provides students with an understanding of the key concepts of international business with a global perspective, and a particular focus on the Asian context. Students will acquire the relevant analytical skills to examine the forces that shape the changing international business environments and operations at both the macroeconomic and firm levels. Further information: Master of Professional Accounting This program is designed to offer knowledge and skills in accounting and related fields. It will enable candidates possessing undergraduate degrees in non-accounting disciplines to move into careers in accounting, auditing, taxation, financial management and business advisory services in public practice, industry or government. Further information: The Business School has a range of research interests in the area of business, management and marketing. Students interested in pursuing a research degree should consult the following website: C F (Business) (Business) Up to 2 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in Climate Change Postgraduate coursework programs The University of Adelaide does not currently offer any postgraduate coursework programs relating to Climate Change. Students with an interest in this area may wish to undertake a postgraduate research program if they are suitably qualified. The University of Adelaide s Environment Institute was recently established as a research institute to tackle some of the most serious environmental challenges facing Australia and the world. Research undertaken within the Institute will deliver know-how and understanding that will underpin a step change improvement in the management of natural resources such as water, soil, land and native flora and fauna, particularly under changing climate and economic conditions. The Institute brings together leading research groups at the University of Adelaide in the fields of science, engineering and economics relating to the management and use of natural resources and infrastructure. The Institute combines the research strengths of four centres and two programs. Further information: F G (Sciences) (PhD) (Sciences) Up to 2 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.5 in Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.5 in 12 Australia Awards Scholarships 2016

15 Development Studies Postgraduate coursework programs The University of Adelaide does not currently offer any postgraduate coursework programs relating to Development Studies. Students with an interest in this area may wish to undertake a postgraduate research program if they are suitably qualified. Staff in the discipline of Anthropology and Development Studies within the School of Social Science undertake research in the area of Development Studies. Interested students should consult the list of staff research interests at the following website: G (Arts) Up to 2 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in M (Arts) Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in Economics Coursework options D K B A D F K Graduate Certificate in Economics Master of Economics (Coursework) Master of Applied Economics Master of Applied Economics (International) Master of Applied Economics (Public Policy) Master of Finance and Business Economics Master of International Trade and Development 0.5 years February or July Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in 1.5 years February only Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in 1.5 years February or July Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in 1.5 years February or July Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in 1.5 years February or July Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in 1.5 years January or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum score of 6.0 in all bands Program overviews Master of Economics (Coursework) This program is aimed at students with a strong Economics background and consists of advanced level courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics plus a number of elective courses. Further information: Master of Applied Economics This program is designed to provide training in theoretical and applied economics to an advanced level. The program emphasises knowledge of analytical techniques and the ability to apply them in new contexts, providing the training required of a professional economist working in government departments, business and not for profit organisations. Students whose degree is in another discipline, such as arts, engineering, science or business, must complete the Graduate Certificate in Economics before being admitted to the Masters program. Completion of the Graduate Certificate plus the Master of Applied Economics will take 2 years of full-time study. Further information: Master of Applied Economics (International) This program allows students to focus on areas of international finance and international trade within the framework of the Master of Applied Economics. The program blends practical experience with rigorous academic analysis to broaden the knowledge of practitioners in the field of International Economics. The program requires compulsory courses in intermediate and higher level finance or international trade, and in econometrics. Students whose degree is in another discipline, such as arts, engineering, science or business, must complete the Graduate Certificate in International Economics before being admitted to the Masters program. Completion of the Graduate Certificate plus the Master of Applied Economics (International) will take 2 years of full-time study. Further information: Australia Awards Scholarships

16 Master of Applied Economics (Public Policy) This program aims to provide students with an understanding of the motivations for, and processes of policy making, from an economic perspective. Graduates will develop the capacity to analyse policy effectiveness, design reform programs and to identify the challenges to policy implementation. This program is designed for mid-career professionals in the public sector or for those in roles of public affairs, government relations and the like. It will also be highly beneficial and relevant for students entering government service careers, and those intending to work in the private sector dealing with government. The course is designed for students with or without a background in economics. Students without a background in Economics will be required to undertake the Graduate Certificate in Economics prior to commencing the Masters program (making the total duration 2 years). Further information: Master of Finance and Business Economics This program has been designed to meet the needs of entrants from a business or economics degree seeking in-depth advancement in their field, or a graduate from any other degree seeking to comprehensively adapt to the fields of economics and finance. While the program includes study in both fields, students choose to specialise in one area. For candidates choosing the finance specialisation, the program provides the educational grounding to proceed to the professional studies of the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute. For candidates specialising in economics, the program aims to enhance understanding of the application of economic theories, and provides training in theoretical and applied aspects of modern economics and econometrics. Further information: Master of International Trade and Development This program aims to provide students with a practical understanding of current international trade and investment issues, the political dynamics of the negotiating environment and the opportunities and challenges presented to businesses by the globalised economy. It is designed to give graduates an extra competitive edge in the workforce by providing them with an interactive case-study based background in how business and government interact in trade negotiations, leveraging commercial opportunities arising out of trade agreements, and practical legal and commercial aspects of export marketing. The program is structured to provide a practically-orientated understanding of global, regional and national trade, investment and development issues. Students undertake 36 units of courses in Trade, Economics and Law taught intensively over Summer Semester, Semester 1, Winter Semester and Semester 2 in one year. Further information: 14 Australia Awards Scholarships 2016

17 The School of Economics has a strong research base with diverse interests and specialises in international trade and policy, business cycle macroeconomics, cooperative, non-cooperative and behavioural game theory and applied econometrics. For further information regarding the research interests of the School of Economics, please consult the following website: J G (Economics) (PhD) (Economics) Up to 2 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.5 in Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.5 in Education and TESOL (Teaching English as a Second or Other Language) Postgraduate coursework programs Education A G Graduate Diploma in Education Graduate Diploma in Education Studies 1 year February only Overall band score of 7.0 with a minimum of 7.0 in all bands 1 year February and July Overall band score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in G Master of Education 2 years February or July Overall band score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in Program overviews Graduate Diploma of Education This program aims to prepare graduates for entry to the teaching profession in secondary schooling. The program is designed to develop the theoretical knowledge, values, practical experience and skills of professional teachers. Further information: Graduate Diploma in Education Studies This program is designed for trainers, educational consultants or any student wishing to study education at a postgraduate level who does not already hold a qualification in teaching. Graduates of this program are not eligible for teacher registration. Further information: Master of Education This program is designed for educators who wish to strengthen their curriculum development, teaching areas, discipline study areas or develop areas of education such as educational leadership and policy management. It is also suitable for trainers, educational consultants or any international student wishing to teach in a higher education environment or develop their research capability to transition into educational research. Applicants with teaching qualifications may be granted advanced standing, depending on their specialisation. Areas of specialisation within the program include research methods; online learning (higher education); and TESOL education. The program does not lead to teacher registration. Further information: TESOL K Master of Arts (Applied Linguistics) 2 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in all bands Program overview Linguistics is the study of language and applied linguistics is the study of language as used in all facets of human life. Language is one of the most complex human achievements, yet we mostly take it for granted as something that we constantly draw on, but that operates below our level of consciousness. Applied Linguistics examines the role of language in human communication; the way people use language to interact with one another and their environment; the relationship between language and culture; and the place of language in the life of an individual, a community and society. Australia Awards Scholarships

18 Master of Arts (Applied Linguistics) This program provides grounding for students both in the study of language as an object, and then how we apply this knowledge to develop a greater understanding of its relevance and importance in different fields. Interests can be pursued in areas such as endangered languages, language revival, language policy and planning, language documentation, language teaching and learning, health care communication, and sport. Students are encouraged to investigate language use in all domains of personal and professional interest. Students have the option of completing a major in TESOL. The program is a recognised qualification for language teaching, including TESOL and LOTE. Students study many areas of language use, including learning and teaching languages, communication practices in workplaces and the media, language and technology, literacy practices, and language-related learning and communication difficulties. The Master s program includes a one-semester length research dissertation. Further information: Staff in the School of Education currently have the following research interests: Measurement and evaluation; curriculum, teaching and learning; history of education; languages education; science and mathematics education; social, cultural and historical context of education; education, technology and culture; educational psychology; higher education scholarship; and education and cultural diversity. Please refer to the following website for further information: Staff in the discipline of Linguistics have a wide range of research interests, including language learning and teaching, literacy and student writing; language and the environment; language planning, language change and language preservation. Please refer to the following website for further information: G (Education) Up to 2 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in G (Arts) Up to 2 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in F (Education) Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in M (Arts) Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in 16 Australia Awards Scholarships 2016

19 Engineering Postgraduate coursework programs C D C B A M K J G M Master of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) Master of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) Master of Engineering (Civil & Environmental Engineering) Master of Engineering (Civil & Structural Engineering) Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) Master of Engineering (Electronic Engineering) Master of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) Master of Engineering (Mechatronic Engineering) Master of Engineering (Mining Engineering) Master of Petroleum Engineering 1.5 years February Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in Program overviews Master of Engineering These two-year programs consists of a foundation year and an advanced studies year. The foundation year consists of a set of courses designed to ensure that students acquire a level of expertise in the relevant specialisation. Students undertake a one-semester research project during their second year. Further information: Master of Petroleum Engineering The Master of Petroleum Engineering is designed for graduates of a Bachelor of Engineering or equivalent in a discipline other than petroleum engineering. The program is suited to students who wish to gain a petroleum engineering qualification and enter the exploration and production (upstream) part of the petroleum industry. It is also aimed at petro-technical professionals already working in the upstream petroleum industry who wish to advance their technical careers in petroleum engineering by achieving a formal qualification. Individuals with a relevant science degree (in areas such as geology, geophysics, geosciences or physics) who have more than one year upstream petroleum industry experience may also be eligible for, and benefit from, this degree. A key feature of the petroleum engineering programs at the University of Adelaide is the modern curriculum, integrating core petroleum engineering with geosciences and management, leading to a skill set that meets the needs of industry and complements the way it operates. Further information: The Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences has a fine reputation for research across a wide range of fields. Please refer to the following website for further information regarding current research being undertaken by staff in the Faculty: K M (Engineering) (PhD) in Engineering Up to 2 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.5 in Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 6.5 with a minimum band score of 6.5 in Australia Awards Scholarships

20 Entrepreneurship and Innovation Postgraduate coursework programs K Master of Applied Innovation and Entrepreneurship 4 trimesters February, May or September Overall score of 6.0 with a minimum band score of 6.0 in Program overview Master of Applied Innovation and Entrepreneurship This program is designed to develop and inspire creative individuals with an interest in starting or developing innovative ventures that have the potential to make significant impact on markets, economies and communities. It offers students the advanced knowledge and practical skills required to assess and implement new ideas, create and manage ambitious new ventures, develop entrepreneurial management practices and create supportive environments that foster and enable innovation. Courses are delivered in intensive sessions. Further Information: The Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC) has a range of options available for individuals wishing to undertake higher degrees by research in the areas of innovation, research and/or technology commercialisation, entrepreneurship (including social entrepreneurship), private equity investment and project management. Further information: E (ECIC) Up to 4 years February or July Overall score of 7.0 with a minimum band score of 7.0 in 18 Australia Awards Scholarships 2016

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