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U21 Certificate in Global Issues (777CC)

Advanced DiplomaYear: 2018 Delivered: On Campus (Parkville)

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Overview

Award titleU21 Certificate in Global Issues
Year & campus2018 — Parkville
Fees informationSubject EFTSL, level, discipline and census date
Study level & typeUndergraduate Coursework
AQF level 6
Credit points50 credit points
Duration6 months full time or 12 months part time

THIS PROGRAM IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING ADMISSIONS, IT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED SINCE 2013.

Universitas 21 (U21) is an international network of leading research-intensive universities. Established in 1997, U21 currently includes twenty three member universities in fifteen countries. These partner institutions are committed to advancing the internationalism of education and offer exemplary tertiary study across a variety of disciplines.

The Universitas 21 Certificate in Global Issues is the University of Melbourne's name for the U21 Programme in Global Issues. It is an undergraduate multidisciplinary concurrent certificate administered through the Faculty of Arts and taught by the University of Melbourne in conjunction with the Universities of British Columbia (Canada), Nottingham (United Kingdom), Queensland (Australia), Lund (Sweden) and Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico).

The Certificate is designed to address the particular demands of undergraduate students who have an interest in global studies and who wish to combine this study with a bachelor's degree at the University of Melbourne.

Students are expected to complete fifty percent of the Certificate through at least one other partner university, whether online or by studying overseas on exchange.

NOTE: This course is not registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) and cannot be offered to international students that require a student visa to study in Australia.

Last updated: 30 August 2019