Masters Qualifying Program
Course summary for international students
|Campus||Offered at Burwood (Melbourne)|
|Length||0.5 year full-time|
|Next available intake|
Intake 1: February 2017
|Tuition fee rate||Available fee rates for 2017 can be found at www.deakin.edu.au/fees|
|CRICOS course code||091382E|
|Deakin course code||M068|
|Faculty contacts||Deakin International|
Tel +61 3 9627 4877
- Course overview
- Fees and charges
- Course structure
- Entry requirements - general
- How to apply
- Further study
Deakin University's Masters Qualifying Program (MQP) will develop the core skills you need for success at selected postgraduate level courses at Deakin.
The Deakin University Masters Qualifying Program is a non-award program designed to provide a quality pathway to Deakin University's postgraduate programs in Business and Law.
Combining English language training and academic studies, the MQP is designed for students whose academic qualifications and/or English proficiency levels are marginally below the entry requirements for postgraduate programs at Deakin University.
The emphasis is on developing the skills necessary for success at postgraduate level. Students who complete the particular pathways within the MQP will meet the academic and English language requirements for entry into specified coursework postgraduate programs at Deakin University.
The MQP is taught by the Deakin College and Deakin University's English Language Institute (DUELI). Both institutions are co-located in a purpose built building on Deakin University's Burwood (Melbourne) with state-of-the-art classroom facilities.
Fees and charges
International tuition fees for the Masters Qualifying Programs are charged on a per course basis. Rates will be set annually and enrolled students will be invoiced at the prevailing rate. Invoices will be issued each trimester.
Students complete 4 credit points of study:
Academic and Intercultural Communication for Postgraduate Study
Academic Writing and Research Skills Development for Postgraduate Study
Plus 2 credit points of units from:
MAAP103 Accounting for Decision Making
MAEP101 Economic Principles
MAFP101 Fundamentals of Finance
MISP171 Business Analytics
Entry requirements - general
Minimum admission requirements for the MQP programs are outlined below. For specific academic standard requirements, and requirements for countries not listed, please refer to http://www.deakin.edu.au/future-students/international/apply-entry.php
Completion of three year post-secondary study qualification (equivalent to post-Year 12).
- India/Pakistan - 3 year qualification post Standard/Class XII
- China - 3 year qualification post Senior High School Certificate
- Sri Lanka - 3 year qualification post A levels.
English language proficiency requirements:
An overall band score of 6 or better in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test (Academic module) with no individual band score less than 6; or equivalent. A full listing of the University’s undergraduate English language requirements is available online at www.deakin.edu.au/future-students
How to apply
Apply directly to Deakin by mail or fax, or in person.
Applying by mail or fax:
Apply directly to Deakin by mail or fax, or in person by completing an application form.
- Include certified/notarised evidence of your academic qualifications and English language proficiency.
- Enclose a non-refundable application fee of A$55 either by bank draft made payable to Deakin University, or by completing the 'Payment of application fee by credit card' section on the application form.
- Send or fax your form and documents to the relevant office contained in the Masters Qualifying Program publication (link above).
Applying in person:
Visit any of our offices in India, Indonesia or Australia to drop off your application form or get further course advice.
Our staff in these offices can help you with questions about Deakin, give you career advice and information you need before you leave home, and will help you with your application.
Who can apply:
Applications will be accepted from:
- Persons living abroad who are not Australian citizens and do not have Permanent Resident status in Australia.
- Persons living in Australia with Temporary status, provided that there is no limitation on study.
Successful completion of this course allows you to meet the University's English language requirements for postgraduate study. The following postgraduate courses are available for entry upon completion of the Business and Law MQP:
Graduate Diploma of Business Administration2
Graduate Diploma of Professional Accounting1
Graduate Diploma of Information Systems1
Graduate Diploma of Commerce1
Graduate Diploma of International Finance1
Graduate Diploma of Business Administration (International)3
Master of Business Administration2
Master of Professional Accounting1
Master of Marketing4
Master of International Business5
Master of Information Systems1
Master of Commerce1
Master of International Finance1
Master of Business Administration (International)1
Master of Accounting and International Finance1
1Applicants must have successfully completed all four MQP units and achieved a minimum Weighted Average Mark (WAM) grade of 60 per cent for each discipline-based unit undertaken
2Applicants must have successfully completed all four MQP units and achieved a minimum Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of a 65 per cent or above, plus 3 years managerial or professional work experience
3Applicants must have successfully completed all four MQP units and achieved a minimum Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of a 65 per cent or above
4Applicants must have successfully completed all four MQP units and achieved a minimum Weighted Average Mark (WAM) grade of 60 per cent for each discipline-based unit undertaken, plus 3 years relevant work experience
5Applicants must have successfully completed all four MQP units and achieved a minimum Weighted Average Mark (WAM) grade of 60 per cent for each discipline-based unit undertaken, plus 3 years relevant work experience in addition to having studied at a post-secondary level (in a business related discipline)
As a student in the Faculty of Business and Law, you can expect to participate in a range of teaching activities each week. This could include classes, seminars, practicals and online interaction. You can refer to the individual unit details in the course structure for more information. You will also need to study and complete assessment tasks in your own time.