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Discover your ideal postgraduate course

If you’re looking to pursue a postgraduate degree, there are several factors to consider before you apply, including finding the course that is right for you. While it can be challenging to choose the right postgraduate course, the most important thing is to ensure that it aligns with your interests and goals.

Here are some tips to ensure that you choose a postgraduate course that is the best fit for you.

Do it for the right reasons

There are a lot of reasons to study a postgraduate degree. Research has shown that Postgraduate can earn up to $30,000 more than undergraduates and go on to excel in their chosen careers. You also might be interested in extending your professional network through internships with industry partners or transition into a new industry entirely.

Whatever drives you, by obtaining a postgraduate degree, you can increase your salary earning potential and demonstrate your ability to multi-task as you study while you continue to work. Employers often appreciate this level of dedication, and are keen to hire employees who are committed to learning new things, and see education as a lifelong process.

Researching your career path

Research is vital to finding the course that’s right for you. Doing research will give you a deep understanding of your career path, and point you in the right direction.

Start with what you are passionate about and what interests you the most. Then you can begin exploring career opportunities that you’d like to pursue in the future.

By doing this research in the beginning, you will narrow down your potential course options, which will help you discover your ideal course.

Studying online is ideal for postgraduate study

Unlike undergraduate study, most postgraduate students are mature-aged and already working part or full-time. You might be wondering if you’ll have enough time to do postgraduate study.

Studying a postgraduate degree online is a fantastic option, granting you more flexibility to fulfil work and other commitments while you continue to study.

Our postgraduate courses usually take between 1.5 to 2 years of study to complete. If you are unsure, our Study Time Calculator can help you work out how many hours you will need to dedicate to postgraduate study each week.

 

Studying a postgraduate course online means you are investing time in your ongoing education and career development. With a ranking in the top 3% of universities worldwide*, 7-day support to see you through and industry expert tutors, Swinburne Online is an excellent choice for your online studies.

Interested? Take a look at the wide range of postgraduate courses or call our Course Consultants on 1300 110 146 to apply today.

*2021 QS World University Rankings

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