By the time you’ve finished your undergraduate degree you’ve pretty much worked out where you’re heading with your career – and the style you like to get there. Charles Sturt University Study Centres (CSU) in Australia understands this. Which is why they offer a great option with the Master of Information Technology (12 subjects) for qualified students with a:
- A bachelor’s degree in any field, or
- An associate degree in IT and the CSU Graduate Diploma of IT, or
- Three years’ experience in IT-related work and the CSU Graduate Diploma of IT
Students still can choose to do a 16 subjects masters, so they have the choice between two-course durations but the same outstanding qualification.
Shorter time – same quality degree
Keen to finish your degree and launch your career as soon as possible? Easy – you can choose to study 3 subjects per semester instead of 4, still the same amount of time, 2 years, this way you can split your time between studies and enjoying everything Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane has to offer, and have a shot at a post-study work visa? No problem. Or complete 16 units over 2 years. Whichever option you choose, you still come out with the same quality degree with the same professional recognition.
Even better, if you choose to study your 12 units over 2 years, you don’t pay the same price as students studying 16 units over the same period! That’s a great deal!
What are the details?
The Master of Information Technology (12 subjects) is available to study in the CSU campuses in Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane. The yearly fee is only AU $23,160.
Want to apply now?
For more information about Master of Information Technology at Charles Sturt University Study Centres, and to start an application, you just have to register and choose an education expert to guide you and resolve any concerns you might have, as well as advise you for free even in your visa process. You can choose from the following specialisations:
- Business Analysis
- Cloud Computing
- Mobile Programming
- Computer Networking
- IT Management
- Network Security
- Software Design and Development
- Systems Analysis
Those who successfully complete the degree over two years may be eligible for a post-study work visa. Consult the Department of Home Affairs for more information.
If you’re interested in studying a flexible postgraduate qualification in ICT at one of Australia’s most respected universities, register now and commence in November, February or July.