Are you thinking about postgraduate study but not sure where to start?
If you’re looking to improve your career prospects, a qualification from ANU College of Asia and the Pacific could help you get ahead.
In as little as six months study time (or equivalent part-time), you could gain a world class qualification from ANU College of Asia and the Pacific. A Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma will give you a highly sought-after ANU graduate degree with real-world knowledge that matters to governments, businesses and communities in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
The College of Asia and the Pacific offers the following shorter programs:
Graduate Certificate Fee Discounts for domestic students apply to courses completed within 2021 and the first half of 2022, allowing you to study part-time. If a full degree is not completed, the remainder of the courses will be billed on a full-fee bases from Semester 2 2022. View the reduce fees for your chosen program on the programs and courses website.
Commonwealth Supported Places (CSPs) are available for domestic students in the Graduate Certificate of Climate Policy and the Graduate Certificate of Environmental Management. To be eligible you must complete your Graduate Certificate in 2021 of the first half of 2022. More information is available here.
All of the Graduate Certificates and the Graduate Diploma provide flexible pathways into associated Master degrees and can accommodate a range of different courses to help you upskill, retrain or reach your desired career goals.
You may also wish to consider extending your chosen Graduate Certificate to complete a relevant Master degree to develop truly world-class expertise in your chosen area. Your 24 units of study in the Graduate Certificate may count towards credit for a Master degree.
The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific is dedicated to training the next generation of global leaders. By studying with us, you will learn from regional experts and prominent practitioners who play a vital role in informing public policy, leading public debate and engaging with the diverse and unique societies, cultures and economies of the Asia-Pacific region.
Delivered by the leading minds in the field our programs include case materials on real-world issues from within Australia and across Asia and the Pacific.
Students can choose from an extensive range of courses from across the College and have access to almost 300 academic experts in a range of disciplines across international relations, public policy, regulation and governance and Asia-Pacific culture and history.