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University of Sydney revamps popular Arts & Social Science Masters programs

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The improved master's program is specially designed to equip graduates with employable skills.
The improved master’s program is specially designed to equip graduates with employable skills.

 The University of Sydney’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences has revamped its popular master’s degree programs to help equip graduates for a rapidly changing world.

Following extensive industry consultation, the faculty is pleased to announce a revitalised range of new postgraduate coursework programs with the launch of their Master of International Relations, Master of English Studies, Master of Art Curating, Master of Museum and Heritage Studies and the Master of Economic Analysis. These courses are designed to comply with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), are between 18 and 24 months, and are aimed to equip graduates with skills employers have told us they are looking for.

Multimedia information is available for a visual showcase of the new degrees, including a suite of cutting-edge videos about each program, and an interactive website.

“These new master’s programs are a clear commitment to providing students with an outstanding educational experience and the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and hone their skills,” says Professor Duncan Ivison, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sydney.

New scholarship opportunities will be available as part of the new degree relaunch, and details can be found on the website.

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