At the Institute of Koorie Education, we’re committed to delivering accredited faculty degrees in a culturally inclusive way. Our Community-Based Delivery approach integrates teaching and student support strategies with an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander focus. We offer undergraduate and postgraduate studies across the arts, education, health, law and Indigenous research, as well as a number of honours and research by higher degree pathways. Our courses are relevant, engaging and respond to identified professional community needs.
2017 courses offered through the Institute of Koorie Education
Faculty of Arts and Education
Associate Degree of Arts
Associate Degree of Education
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
Bachelor of Education (Primary)
Bachelor of Education (Early Years)
Graduate Diploma of Natural and Cultural Resource Management
Graduate Diploma of Indigenous Research
Master of Education
Faculty of Business and Law
Faculty of Health
Note: Institute CBD courses are supported by Indigenous Education Strategic Initiatives Programme 'Away-From-Base' funding.
How to apply
To study through the Institute of Koorie Education, you must:
- complete an application form
- forward an endorsed Proof of Aboriginality (signed by your local Aboriginal community organisation).
An interview will be arranged once the complete application has been submitted.
The information you supply on the application form is used to process your application and is stored securely at the Institute of Koorie Education. This information isn’t disclosed to a third party, except where the Institute of Koorie Education is under state and Commonwealth reporting requirements to adhere to current funding contracts.
Applications that aren’t completed or processed are destroyed.