Commonwealth Supported Places for 2020 graduate study

Don’t let the cost of postgraduate study deter you.

Take advantage of our new postgraduate Commonwealth Supported Places (CSPs), with over 20 additional courses added for those commencing in 2020.

With almost 40 postgraduate degrees across ten discipline areas now offering CSPs, there has never been a better time to study with the #1 University in Victoria for graduate employability and starting salary at a reduced cost (when compared to paying full fee (PDF, 130kb)).

Eligibility

To be eligible for a CSP you must be an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent visa holder or a New Zealand citizen and meet all of the eligibility criteria and residency requirements.

New CSP programs for 2020

If you're ready for the next step we’re here to help make your journey through graduate study easier. Explore our discipline areas and programs below to discover which study options suit you best, and then start your application.

Discipline areaProgram New CSP

Accounting

Master of Professional Accounting

Yes

Arts, humanities and social sciences

Master of Social Work (Qualifying)

 

Education

Graduate Certificate in Education (Tertiary Education)

Master of Education Studies

Master of Teaching (Early Childhood)

Master of Teaching (Primary)

Master of Teaching (Secondary)

 

Engineering

Graduate Diploma of Mining

Master of Engineering Technology (Mining Engineering)*

Master of Engineering Technology (Civil Engineering)*

Master of Engineering Technology (Mechanical Engineering)*

Master of Engineering Technology (Mechatronic Systems Engineering)*

Master of Engineering (Renewable Energy and Electrical Power Systems)*

Master of Engineering (Project Management)

Graduate Certificate in Maintenance Management

Graduate Diploma of Engineering Maintenance 

Master of Maintenance and Reliability Engineering

Graduate Certificate in Reliability Engineering

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Health

Graduate Certificate in Workplace Health and Safety Management*

Graduate Diploma of Workplace Health and Safety Management*

Master of Health (Advanced Nursing)

Master of Health (Health Leadership)

Master of Health (Workplace Health and Safety)

Master of Health (Research Practice)

Graduate Diploma of Midwifery

Graduate Diploma of Paramedicine

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Psychology

Graduate Diploma of Psychology

Master of Psychology (Clinical)

Master of Professional Psychology

Yes

Yes

Yes

Science

Graduate Certificate in Brewing

Yes

Sport

Master of Strength and Conditioning

Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology

Yes

Technology

Graduate Diploma of Technology (Enterprise Systems and Business Analytics)

Graduate Diploma of Technology (Software Engineering)

Master of Technology (Enterprise Systems and Business Analytics)

Master of Technology (Software Engineering)

Master of Technology (Research)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Visual arts

Graduate Diploma of Ceramics

 

*Correct course name as of 2020

Student contribution amount

The fees you pay are known as the student contribution amount (SCA) and are set by the government on an annual basis.

The student contribution is determined by the discipline area (band) of your individual enrolled courses (subjects), not your overall program.

The student contribution table is an excellent guide on understanding how your fees will be calculated based on the subjects you enrol in.

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