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Master in Adult Education (Global)
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The Master in Adult Education (Global) is suited to those who are interested in cultural differences, communication styles, learning preferences and instructional approaches. It is a unique, innovative online coursework program offered in collaboration with:
The course is offered in flexible mode so you can study while working full time. It addresses adult learning and global change. It covers contemporary changes in work and learning and the role adult learning plays globally - and its impact on workplaces, communities, economies and the environment. The course also covers adult learning found in different cultural contexts and investigates ways to support adult learning in conditions of global change. You will draw on your own experience, engage in discussions and work on collaborative projects with students from other countries.
How is the course delivered?
Although the program is equivalent to 1.5 years of study, it is delivered along with the other universities in non-traditional semesters. Therefore, units in the program are sequenced so that all requirements can be completed in 24 months. The course is completed online and there is no requirement to come on campus. It is possible to build on this program in ways that will provide evidence of the ability to do research.
Please visit the course description page for more details.
You will proceed through the course as a cohort drawn from the four participating institutions. You work together in various intercontinental groupings and develop strong cohort relationships. Instructors are drawn from the four partner universities. You will benefit from a truly international experience, engaging with instructional staff and students from four continents across both Northern and Southern hemispheres.
The course map provides information on the sequencing of units.
The online handbook provides more details on the units.
Due to its collaborative nature with northern hemisphere universities, this course has an intake in early August each year. We recommend that you submit your application in before 1 May to ensure that you enrol within the specified time.
Fees, entry requirements and how to apply:
Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) are available.
To find out more about entry requirements and how to apply please visit: http://www.monash.edu.au/study/coursefinder/course/3733/