Gain the specialist skills to navigate this complex sector and effectively drive positive change across strategy, process and policy.
If our alumni feedback is anything to go by, our programs deliver outstanding quality, are taught by expert staff, are tailored to time-poor professionals and provide strong career prospects.
The Tertiary Education Management courses taught by the University of Melbourne’s LH Martin Institute, use the latest research to provide students with concepts, insights and practical skills that are fundamental to tertiary education sector leadership and management.
Designed for middle to senior level educators, researchers, administrators, managers and policy makers, you will receive expert perspectives on tertiary education systems, policy settings, institutional strategies and work cultures. You also have the opportunity to study according to your interest and expertise and specialise in the areas of tertiary education, quality assurance, research management, and governance.
As a graduate of the Tertiary Education Management course you will gain the same qualification and graduation certificate as an on-campus student because you will achieve identical learning outcomes from the same academics that teach our on-campus courses. If you complete your master’s you will also be invited to attend a graduation ceremony in Melbourne.
Online course options
Next semester starts: 10 July 2017
Applications close: 28 May 2017
|Course name||Part-time duration||Core subjects||Elective subjects||Capstone subjects*||Total course fee**|
|Master of Tertiary Education (Management)||2 years||1||4||1|
|Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (Management)||1 year||1||2|
|Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (Quality Assurance)||1 year||2||1|
|Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (Governance)||1 year||2||1|
|Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (Research Mgmt and Policy)||1 year||1||2||A$14,000||Apply now|
|Single Subjects (Tertiary Education Management)||A$TBC||Apply now|
*Capstone subjects vary, and may involve work placements, project-based learning, a research project, or a coursework subject outlining business best practice. Please review the course page for more information on this component.
**Domestic and overseas students
Term 4, 2017
- Starts 2 October
- Applications now open
- Applications close 20 August.
Term 1, 2018
- Starts 8 January
- Applications now open
- Applications close 20 November (2017).
Discuss your path
Talk with a dedicated online Student Support Consultant via the chat function at the bottom right of this page, via phone or by filling out the enquiry form to understand more about this program, including:
- Entry requirements
- Time commitment for subjects
- Fees and payment options.