Delve into education policy in a global context and get an understanding of domestic educational policy and its relationships with education systems and procedures from around the world. As the impact of globalisation on education policy and practice increases, the more relevant this global perspective becomes.
You will have the chance to participate in an international study visit (staff-led or independently organised) to explore the relationship between education and training systems and their provision.
Please note: This specialisation is available within the Master of Education, and is not a separate course. The regular Master of Education CRICOS code applies.
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this specialisation, students should be able to:
- Discuss the nature and role of education policy and the key conceptual ideas underpinning policies in national, regional and international contexts.
- Articulate and distinguish between the main theories and approaches used to analyse education policy, education policy reform and the impact of globalisation in national, regional and international contexts.
- Analyse contemporary debates in education policy and education policy reform in national, regional and international contexts, drawing on relevant theories and evidence from the research literature, including theories on globalisation and emerging global trends.; and
- Reflect critically on key policy and policy reform debates and global trends, addressing the relevant social, cultural, political and historical contexts.
Last updated: 18 January 2024