1 2015 Postgraduate Handbook Gender Mainstreaming Policy and Analysis International Development International Relations School of International Studies Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
2 The information in this handbook is to be used a guide to students. Please go to for accurate and up-to-date information about your Postgraduate course. The information in this handbook was correct at the time of publication (February 2015). Flinders University reserves the right to alter any courses or topics herein without prior notice. Students should check the availability of courses and topics when enrolling.
3 Table of Contents Page No. Welcome 2 Advice and Assistance Postgraduate Courses taught by SIS 3 Gender Mainstreaming Policy and Analysis International Development International Relations Course Rules and Programs of Study 4 Student Services 5 Academic Integrity 6 University Terminology 7 Important Dates 9 Blank Template 10 Notes 11
4 Welcome to your Postgraduate studies in the School of International Studies This handbook provides a guide to the academic structure of the postgraduate courses taught by the School of International Studies. Advice and Assistance You should use this handbook, as well as the Flinders University website, to find information about your course and the University in general. An important website to familiarise yourself with is the Current Students home page: flinders.edu.au/current-students. From this website you can find information about: Courses, topics and timetables Important dates Fees, financial assistance, scholarships Grades, exams and assessment Student computing and student facilities Student-related policies and procedures You should seek advice before you finalise your enrolment. Enrolment in all degrees is by on-line web enrolment - for more information on web enrolment please refer to you enrolment letter or go to To obtain program advice before you enrol, or to seek general advice and assistance about your course at any time, please contact one of the following: Miss Jacqui Forte Student Program Advisor, School of International Studies Level 3, Room 395, Social Sciences South Building Tel: School of International Studies Office Level 3, Room 388 Social Sciences South Building Tel: or Advice relating to credit transfers can be obtained from: Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences Academic and Student Administration Office Level 2, Room 258 Social Sciences South Building Tel: Information regarding assessments, due dates, tutorials times and other topic related questions, should be obtained from your respective tutors or topic co-ordinators.
5 Postgraduate courses taught by the School of International Studies We teach postgraduate courses in three different disciplines: Gender Mainstreaming Policy and Analysis International Development International Relations The Gender Mainstreaming Policy and Analysis course that we offer is: Graduate Certificate in Gender Mainstreaming Policy and Analysis (18 units) This course articulates with the Graduate Diploma in International Development and the Master of Arts (International Development). The International Development courses that we offer are: Graduate Certificate in International Development (18 units) Graduate Diploma in International Development (36 units) Master of Arts (International Development) (54 units) Master of International Development (72 units) This is a nested program, which means that the Graduate Certificate in International Development articulates with the 36-unit Graduate Diploma in International Development, the 54-unit Master of Arts (International Development) and the 72-unit Master of International Development, and the sequentially developed topics allow progression through the three awards. The International Relations courses that we offer are: Graduate Certificate in International Relations (18 units) Graduate Diploma in International Relations (36 units) Master of Arts (International Relations) (72 units) This is also a nested program, which means that the Graduate Certificate in International Relations articulates with the 36-unit Graduate Diploma in International Relations, and the 72-unit Master of Arts (International Relations), and the sequentially developed topics allow progression through the three awards.
6 Course Rules and Programs of Study All course rules are programs of study are available online. Gender Mainstreaming Policy and Analysis Graduate Certificate in Gender Mainstreaming Policy and Analysis (18 units) International Development Graduate Certificate in International Development (18 units) Graduate Diploma in International Development (36 units) Master of Arts (International Development) (54 units) Master of International Development (72 units) International Relations Graduate Certificate in International Relations (18 units) Graduate Diploma in International Relations (36 units) Master of Arts (International Relations) (72 units) You can view these websites to access the Course Aims and Learning Outcomes, the Programs of Study, and the topics offered within in each course.
7 Student Services The University provides a wide range of services to help students effectively manage their transition to University, and to develop strategies for success. Students can enhance their experience at Flinders by connecting to these services which support learning, assist to develop academic and life skills, help achieve potential, and assist to clarify and meet goals. The services that the University offer include: Careers and Employers Liaison Centre assistance includes details on private firms and government departments and help in the preparation of written applications for jobs and practice interviews. Phone Disability Services assist students with physical, vision mobility, medical, hearing, learning or psychiatric disability where their disabilities may be restricting their educational opportunities. Phone or (appointments); TTY (telephone typewriter for the hearing impaired) Reasonable adjustments to teaching and assessment methods can be negotiated with the topic coordinator following a defined University procedure. Equal Opportunity Unit students who have problems with discrimination because of their gender, race, religion or disability are advised to contact this office. Phone Flinders University Student Association (FUSA) FUSA is the student organisation that represents students rights and interests. FUSA runs services for students including academic and financial advocacy and support, and looks after all of the non-sporting Clubs and Societies on campus. Visit Health and Counselling Services helps where personal and social problems interfere with the ability to study effectively. Staff include registered psychologists and social workers. Phone International Centre and International Student Services Unit provides assistance to international students in areas of admission, scholarships, and accommodation Phone (International Centre) or (ISSU). Student Learning Centre Students who feel they have difficulties with academic skill or the English language may wish to contact the Student Learning Centre, which has lecturers who help students develop the academic and learning skills necessary for successful tertiary study. They can help all undergraduate, postgraduate and international students to develop more effective study strategies. Phone Yungorrendi provides support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians with all aspects of their University work. Phone You can find more information about these and other services here: All International Postgraduate Students, and students for whom English is not their first language, are also able to access additional support within the School of International Studies. The International Studies Postgraduate Tutor will contact students individually at the beginning of their Postgraduate studies. As a member of the School of International Studies, you can also contact the International Studies Student Program Advisor for help with any issues you may have: Miss Jacqui Forte Student Program Advisor, School of International Studies Level 3, Room 395, Social Sciences South Building Tel:
8 Academic Integrity Important University policies and procedures about enrolment, teaching and assessment are set out in the Student Related Policies and Procedures: In particular, students should become familiar with the policy on Academic Integrity: This section explains how important academic conventions about honesty and the attribution of sources are understood and administered. Of course, new University students may be uncertain or confused about some aspects of academic conventions. Individual academic units and topic conveners are likely to explain these matters further when you study individual topics. Even honest and genuine misunderstandings of these conventions may nevertheless affect the grade which you receive for work submitted for assessment. More seriously, proven cases of academic dishonesty (i.e. proven cases of cheating or stealing the work of others or copying the work of others without full acknowledgement in the manner prescribed) which do not result from a genuine misunderstanding may have very serious consequences for the student concerned. The penalties for extremely serious cases of academic dishonesty can include expulsion from the University. Why is academic integrity important? In an academic context we show respect for other people s work and demonstrate our professionalism by being honest, trustworthy and acting with fairness, respect and responsibility. There are various behaviours that compromise academic integrity. These include: Plagiarism passing off someone else s work, whether intentionally or unintentionally, as your own for your own benefit. Plagiarism through lack of, or incorrect, referencing is one area which poses students a great deal of problems. Collusion presenting work as if it has been done independently when it has been the result of unauthorised collaboration. Other forms of cheating - copying or allowing your work to be copied, or purchasing or obtaining essays, tutorial, test or exam answers. If you have any questions or concerns about academic integrity, you should speak with your Student Program Advisor, or contact the Student Learning Centre on , or
9 Common University Terminology While reading about your university options you may come across some terms which may be unfamiliar to you. This list of common university terminology has been compiled to assist you. Academic staff All teaching and research staff, including Professors (the most senior), Associate Professors or Readers, Senior Lecturers, Lecturers and Associate Lecturers. Academic year Begins in late February or early March and ends in November. ATAR Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank. An indicator of how well a student has performed relative to other students who have qualified for a university aggregate. AUSTUDY/Youth Allowance Commonwealth Government allowance for tertiary study. Award A degree, diploma, associate diploma or certificate of the university granted at the completion of a course of study. Bachelor degree Normally the first undergraduate degree. Corequisite A topic that must be taken at the same time as the topic being described. Commonwealth supported student This means that the Commonwealth Government will pay an amount of money to the university towards the cost of your course and you will pay a student contribution amount (HECS-HELP). Core topics Compulsory subjects which form the basis of a study program. Course A program of study leading to a degree or diploma. Course coordinator The staff member responsible for a particular course. The course coordinator is your main contact person at the university. The course coordinator will advise you on such matters as enrolment, topic selection, study program, and problems with study. The course coordinator consults with Student Records in authorising your enrolment in topics, amendment of enrolment and withdrawal from topics for your course. See also Topic coordinator. Credit Credit is sometimes given for relevant topics or units previously studied or for which a student is given an exemption. Cut-off rank The ATAR achieved by the last applicant admitted to a degree program in a given year. It is a useful guide to what is required for entrance to the program. Deferment Delaying the start of a course for which you have been offered a place by 1 year. Your place is guaranteed for the following year, though you must formally reapply through SATAC. Diploma A formal qualification usually requiring the equivalent of 2 years of full-time study. Elective topics Topics which can be chosen to support core topics - often called optional topics in science degrees. External student A person undertaking all of their study by correspondence on either a full-time or a parttime basis and who is enrolled as an external student.
10 Faculties The administrative structure of the university is based on faculties, which are: Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law; Faculty of Health Sciences; Faculty of Science and Engineering; Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences. Most distance education courses are offered through the Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law, or through the Faculty of Health Sciences. Full-time student A student undertaking 13.5 or more units in any semester. The normal annual workload of a full-time student is 36 units. A student must be enrolled in at least 13.5 units per semester to be eligible for AUSTUDY/Youth Allowance. Graduate A person who has received his or her degree. Graduation A ceremony at which degrees are conferred and diplomas awarded. Usually held in April and December. HECS-HELP A government scheme that assists eligible students to pay their student contribution amount. Honours degree Awarded to students who choose to complete an additional year of study or, in some cases, perform particularly well during their degree course. Major sequence A sequence of topics which must be taken in all 3 years of a degree. Minor sequence A small number of topics in one area of study. Part-time student A student who undertakes less than 13.5 units in any semester. Postgraduate degree/diploma Students must normally have an undergraduate degree to begin studying any postgraduate course. Prerequisite A topic which must be completed before a higher level topic can be studied. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that topic prerequisites have been met. Semester The academic year is divided into 2 semesters - usually late February to mid June and late July to November. SATAC The South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre, which handles most university applications. Topic codes Topic codes consist of a four character alpha code followed by a four digit code. These eight characters form the total topic code, for example: EDSP Gifted Children. These should be quoted whenever you are making enquiries or enrolling in a topic. Topic coordinator The academic staff member responsible for a topic. Direct any topic related queries to your topic coordinator. Undergraduate degree/diploma A first degree or diploma. Unit The measure of weighting given to a topic as specified in the syllabus for that topic. Each topic is given a weighting in units, roughly proportional to its length. Most full-time students complete 36 units a year to gain the 108 units needed to earn a 3-year degree.
11 Important 2015 Dates Semester 1 Orientation Week Weeks 1-14 Mid semester break Mid-year exam period Supplementary exam period Mid-year break Semester 2 Weeks 1-13 Mid semester break End of year exam period (2015) Supplementary exam period (2015) 23 February - 27 February 2 March - 19 June 13 April - 26 April 20 June - 4 July 20 July - 25 July 6 July - 26 July 27 July - 6 November 21 September - 4 October 7 November - 21 November 7 December - 12 December Critical enrolment dates for 2015 Semester 1 topics Friday 13 March Friday 13 March Friday 3 April Friday 15 May Friday 19 June Semester 2 topics Friday 7 August Friday 7 August Friday 28 August Friday 9 October Friday 6 November Last day to enrol in new topics. This does not apply to courses where enrolment deadlines have been specified. Last day to pay Semester 1 up-front student contribution amounts, tuition fees and student services and amenities fees. Census date Last day to withdraw without incurring student contribution amounts, tuition fees and student services and amenities fees. Topics withdrawn by this date will not appear on the academic transcript. Last day to withdraw without failure (WN) Last day to withdraw (WF) Last day to enrol in new topics. This does not apply to courses where enrolment deadlines have been specified. Last day to pay Semester 2 up-front student contribution amounts, tuition fees and student services and amenities fees. Census date Last day to withdraw without incurring student contribution amounts, tuition fees and student services and amenities fees. Topics withdrawn by this date will not appear on the academic transcript. Last day to withdraw without failure (WN) Last day to withdraw (WF)
12 Blank Template Use this blank template to plan your Postgraduate studies at Flinders
13 Notes School of International Studies 2015 Postgraduate Handbook
14 Notes School of International Studies 2015 Postgraduate Handbook
15 FLINDERS UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS INFORMATION Visit: where you will find links to interactive location maps, Google maps, virtual tours, video resources, photographic galleries and live webcams of our main campus at Bedford Park. FREE LOOP BUS Flinders University Loop Bus is a free service that runs during semester on a loop linking the main University buildings with the Sturt buildings and the Flinders Medical Centre (FMC). It also offers a free evening service to students within a close radius of the campus. To download a timetable and more information visit: FLINDERS UNIVERSITY VICTORIA SQUARE Flinders has a presence in the Adelaide CBD where we: provide information and advice to students wanting to find out about study at Flinders; teach a selection of our courses and topics; and engage with major business, community and political stakeholders. Flinders University, 182 Victoria Square, Adelaide. For further information visit: FLINDERS REGIONAL AND INTERSTATE LOCATIONS Flinders geographical footprint extends beyond metropolitan Adelaide. You can find a Flinders presence in: Regional South Australia: Port Lincoln, Barossa Valley, Mt Gambier, Victor Harbor and Renmark. Victoria: Warrnambool and Hamilton Northern Territory: Alice Springs, Darwin, Katherine and Nhulunbuy For more information visit:
16 Graduate Qualities at Flinders Flinders University aims to inspire its students to achieve at the highest possible level. Our degrees are recognised and highly regarded internationally and we provide a learning environment which is innovative, supportive and of high quality. We expect our students to develop an intellectual and cultural curiosity, both within academic and professional disciplines and across discipline boundaries. We expect them to develop the problem-solving work-ready skills required in our dynamic and changing world. We expect them to demonstrate cultural awareness, to develop a global perspective and to cultivate a respect and tolerance for others. We are proud that so many Flinders graduates identify with, and can be distinguished by, these distinctive academic, professional and cultural characteristics. Flinders University has adopted seven Graduate Qualities. We aim to produce graduates of bachelor degrees who: are knowledgeable can apply their knowledge communicate effectively can work independently are collaborative value ethical behaviour connect across boundaries Within this context, each bachelor degree program aims to develop, along with more program-specific professional competencies, the core qualities listed here. These expected graduate qualities shape the more detailed educational aims and learning outcomes which are specified for each course and topic at Flinders. For more information about Flinders University s seven Graduate Qualities visit: CRICOS No 00114A
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