|Level:||Masters Degree (Research)|
|Location:||University of Tasmania, Hobart Campus, Churchill Avenue, Hobart, Tasmania 7005, Australia|
|Annual Fee:||AUD $ 32,912.00|
|Duration:||1 Year (104 Weeks)|
|Start Date:||11 July 2022|
|Meet the Australian study requirement*:|
|Meet Study in regional Australia*:|
|Pathway to a 485 Visa*:||3 Years|
|Pathway to the second 485 Visa*:||1 Years|
|Admission Requirments:||Applicants should apply after finding a potential supervisor and discussing and agreeing on their proposed topic. Applicants will be considered who have:an honour's degree with at least second class lower standard; or|
a masters degree with a minimum research component (e.g., a thesis); or
substantial demonstrated sector experience, previous higher education studies and professional experience and/or published research work.IELTS (International English Language Testing Service) - 6.5 (6.5 for writing and speaking and no other band less than 6.0 (academic module))TOEFL (Internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language) - 92 (26 in writing and speaking, and 20 for reading and listening)PTE Academic 58 - 58 (58 for writing and speaking with no other score lower than 50)UTAS Access Level 7 English Language Training - 65 (65 for writing and 65 for speaking and no other test score less than 60)CAE (Cambridge Advanced English) - B (Equivalent to the Council of Europe level (CEFR) of C1 or above)
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*This information is given as a guide only that may not be accurate, complete or current. You should seek independent advice from the Department of Home Affair and/or a registered Migration Agent and/or the Assessing Authority and/or University of Tasmania (UTAS) before you enroll this course.
**This offer is subject to meeting the visa eligibility criteria and valid for one year after completing the course; other conditions may also apply. We don't represent University of Tasmania (UTAS); The information submitted by you regarding education matters may be referred to one of our business partners and will be processed entirely by a third party. Studying in Australia may or may not imporove the chances of getting Permanent Residency; A student may study in Australia, spend a lot of money but finally may have to leave Australia.