Top Courses

Australian National University

ANU ranks among the world's very finest universities. It's nearly 100,000 alumni include political, business, government, and academic leaders around the world.

Master of Anthropology

The program provides students with central skills in anthropological and ethnographic theory and methods, including training in research and analysis, a broad suite of optional language training, field schools, internship placements, and a thesis option. 

CRICOS Course Code: 082265G

Flinders University

Master of Arts (Women’s and Gender Studies)

Women's and Gender Studies aims to educate students in the interdisciplinary knowledge and skills required to analyse gender and related categories of difference from a critical feminist perspective. It prepares students to identify and challenge injustice and those social and cultural norms which create exploitative power relations based on gender and/or other differences.

CRICOS Course Code: 107181A

Master of Sustainable Development

Climate change. Poverty. Population growth. Gender equality. These are the most concerning topics of the 21st Century. The actions of humans create many social and environmental problems that are complex and challenging to resolve. Understanding and solving these problems requires insight into the cultural, demographic, economic, geographical and political aspects of development and human-environment connections. You’ll learn from industry, and leading academic staff, and graduate with a powerful mix of interdisciplinary skills to solve a range of problems. You’ll analyse and synthesise complex environmental, economic, social and political information to identify and plan appropriate development solutions and contribute to debates about human-environment relationships.

CRICOS Course Code: 111238K

La Trobe University

Master of International Development

Despite the efforts of multilateral organisations, governments and philanthropists, around 10 per cent of the world’s population still live in extreme poverty – often without adequate clean water, food or access to healthcare. As inequality continues to increase globally, skilled professionals who understand the complexities of the development sector and can help fight this alarming trend are needed urgently. You'll learn how to build strong relationships in the development sector and have the opportunity to undertake an internship or placement with a local or international development organisation, helping you develop your skills and networks.

CRICOS Course Code: 079183B

Top Occupations


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Very high demand in Australia**

Very high demand in the UK

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* Likely to qualify for a Skilled Independent or Temporary Graduate visa in Australia.
** Likely to be fast-tracked for visas in Australia.

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  • Local government

  • Non-governmental organisations 

  • The NHS

  • Advertising departments and agencies

  • Heritage agencies

  • Independent contractors and consultants

  • Sales and marketing departments

  • Public and private museums and archives

  • Police departments and probation services

  • Media companies

  • Universities

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