About this course
Students complete 200 points of study over two years of full time study (or part time equivalent). The compulsory subjects and education electives completed in the first year of the course provide a foundation in education studies. Students can choose from a range of education and additional languages electives. In the final semester of the course, students undertake a capstone professional project; or may choose to complete the research option (conditional upon meeting the eligibility criteria).
Students with 100 points of advanced standing complete 100 points of study over one year of full time study (or part time equivalent). The 100 Point Program may be completed with or without a Languages Teaching specialisation (conditional upon meeting the eligibility criteria).
100 Point Program with Languages Teaching Specialisation^
Students complete the Languages Teaching specialisation and either the Capstone or Research option.
^Students undertaking this program (with Languages Teaching Specialisation) must be eligible for teacher registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). Contact the VIT to determine eligibility if you do not already hold current registration.
100 Point Program without Languages Teaching Specialisation
Students complete Additional Languages Electives and either the Capstone Professional Project or Research option.
Alternative Exit Point
An early exit point is available for students who commence the Masters, but later decide to not complete the whole course. These students may exit the Master of Modern Languages Education^^, and apply to graduate with one of the following awards:
- Students in the 200-point program may exit this course early and apply to graduate with a Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies, if they have satisfied the requirements for that award during their enrolment in this master degree course (i.e. successfully completed the first 100 credit points of study of the 200-credit point master degree).
- Students that complete the Languages Teaching specialisation may exit this course early and apply to graduate with a Graduate Certificate in Modern Languages Education, if they have satisfied the requirements for that award during their enrolment in this master degree course (i.e. successfully completed all four Languages Teaching specialisation subjects).
^^Students must discontinue their enrolment in the MC-MLED without completing the award, to be conferred the exit award.
For 200 Point Program and 100 Point Program subject listings, see Majors, minors & specialisations.
Last updated: 4 March 2024