Personal injury management

Deakin's Master of Management (Personal Injury) was developed in conjunction with the Personal Injury Education Foundation to meet the needs of a growing area of professional practice and policy development.

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Lauren Alexander
Master of Business (Personal Injury) 2011
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The Master of Management (Personal Injury) was developed to meet the academic needs of a commercial partner – the Personal Injury Education Foundation (PIEF) and its constituent members.

Those members are a consortium of Australian and New Zealand accident compensation regulators, insurers and claims management organisations. This course combines specialist units in personal injury management and other units offered by the Faculty of Business and Law relevant to the work of those in the accident compensation industry.

Career opportunities

The personal injury management program will develop professionals and enrich and enhance the range and depth of personal injury management skills, leading to better outcomes for all accident compensation schemes and the communities they are designed to serve.


Course lengths may vary in response to requirements under the Australian Qualifications Framework. Applicants should refer to the Handbook for the latest information deakin.edu.au/handbook.

Postgraduate degrees
Graduate Certificate of Management (Personal Injury) Course information for: Local Students
Graduate Diploma of Management (Personal Injury) Course information for: Local Students
Master of Management (Personal Injury) Course information for: Local Students

Why study at Deakin?

Study abroad

Gain a competitive edge with an international study experience, and earn credit towards your degree.

The Faculty of Business and Law offers a number of unique study tours throughout the year to destinations such as India, Chile, USA, China and Europe. Or consider one of the many study abroad opportunities offered by Deakin. Find out more.

Work Integrated Learning

The Faculty of Business and Law's Work Integrated Learning program gives you the opportunity to  enhance your job prospects with real world experience, while gaining credit towards your degree. 

Work Integrated Learning covers business internships, community-based volunteering, work-based learning, team-based learning and industry-based learning opportunities. 
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Our courses are flexible

You can study when, where and how you like, and tailor your study around your work and lifestyle commitments. Deakin's trimester system offers three study periods each year, enabling you to commence your course at different times of the year. It also enables you to speed up or slow down your study while still completing your course within the normal time frames.



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