The UNSW Master of Education is a one-year full-time degree (or part-time equivalent) designed to enhance your career options and professional advancement opportunities. Graduates are equipped to progress into specialist fields of education or leadership roles within their existing fields, or into research degrees such as the PhD or EdD.
This master degree will allow you to update your skills and knowledge in general education or within one of our seven specialisations: educational studies, curriculum and assessment, educational psychology, gifted education, higher education, special and inclusive education and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).
Flexible Study Options
Students of this course can benefit from flexible delivery, which includes online, school holiday intensive and evening classes. We’ve designed this course in a way that allows you to fit your study around full-time work. To aid in the cost of your education, Commonwealth Supported Places are available for local candidates as well as FEE-HELP.
Like many of our graduates, you have the opportunity to progress into specialist fields of education. Our graduates work in early childhood teaching; primary and secondary school teaching; vocational and workplace teaching and tertiary teaching roles.
What Our Academics Say
“UNSW School of Education is world-renowned for its teaching as well as research. We’re a world-leader in our pioneering and innovative work in gifted education, and increasingly in special education and classroom management. We’re rated above international ERA standards for research output in specialist studies and overall.”
- Kim Beswick, Head of School of Education
You can find more information on this degree including entry requirements on the UNSW Degree Finder.