Delve into education policy in a global context and get an understanding of domestic educational policy and its relationships with systems and procedures from around the world.
This specialisation combines academic study with the opportunity to experience international education systems firsthand. You will examine education systems from around the world to understand how other countries have responded to rapid social and economic change, and the challenges of globalisation.
You will have the chance to participate in an international study visit (staff-led or independently organised) to explore the relationship between education and training systems and their provision.
Whether you are a teacher, education leader or policy maker, this specialisation will prepare you to move into education leadership roles, education policy reform and management, or other related areas.
Successful completion of this specialisation will enable you to:
- Develop an understanding of education policies and issues on a global scale
- Examine education and training policy development, leadership, implementation and review
- Expand your professional networks in Australia and overseas
- Build a comparative perspective on issues including: transitions in education, moving between education and employment and the needs of young people in globalised economies.
Sample course plan (full-time)
Students with 100 points of advanced standing enter in year two.
Understanding Education in Context
Local Literacies in Global Contexts
Leading Educational Ideas
Foundations of Evaluation
Resilience and Relationships
The Student as Learner
Knowledge and Learning in the Professions
Diversity, Inclusion and Transitions
Understanding Education Policy
Globalisation and Education Policy
Leading the Education Organisation
Science, Technology and Innovation Policy
Education Policy and Reform
Education Policy in Practice
Research Methods in Education
Education Capstone Research Project
- Core subject
- Specialisation core