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Graduate Certificate of International and Development Economics

Overview

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Further information

Program Coordinator

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Convenor

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Do you want to be a contributor to the economic development of a wider community? Apply for the new ANU award today and come to study international and development economics at Crawford School of Public Policy.

Study in-person or online

In 2024, all graduate courses offered by the Crawford School will be available for either in-person or online study. All students are expected to attend live sessions at particular times each week for their courses. Crawford online courses are not ‘study at your own pace’. International students studying on an Australian student visa should enrol in in-person courses.

Participation

Real-time interaction, discussion and debate between students and with convenors is an central part of the learning experience. Attendance at interactive classes is important for both on campus and online students.

About the program

The new program could be the gateway for you to achieve your career goals. The globally renowned researchers, teachers and remarkable professionals at Crawford School will walk you through the six-month fulltime, or equivalent part time, learning pathway.

The program will equip you with economic concepts and tools to analyse key issues in international and development economics. You will gain fundamental understanding of markets, policies, and approaches to tackling international development challenges.

You could have flexible learning modes at your preferred pace. After a successful study, you will be able to articulate credits to the Master of International and Development Economics.

You will be part of the network with leading economic development practitioners and researchers, outstanding alumni in policy roles, and peers with great potential to become future leaders.

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  1. Understand and be able to analyse economic policies;

  2. Use economic concepts and methods to analyse key issues in international and development economics;

  3. Engage with academic literature in applied economics and economic policy.

The latest Global Employability University Ranking, published by the Times Higher Education, rated ANU as Australia’s top university for getting a job for the fourth year in a row.

Crawford School’s graduates in international and development economics are playing key roles in Australian Commonwealth and state governments; Not-for-Profits and social enterprises; Advocacy organisations; International bodies and agencies.

The skills and training will enable you to work in economic policy areas in government or institutions for regional and international economic development.

Application Deadlines

Please note application deadlines are different for domestic or international students.

Domestic students

This program is with pre-sessional program (PSP) component for domestic students.

Apply by 31 May 2024 for Semester 2 (S2) 2024 and by 15 Dec 2024 for Semester 1 (1) 2025.

Orientation and PSP for S1 2024 is from 11 January to 9 February 2024 and for S2 2024 from 13 June to 12 July 2024.

International students

Find ANU’s general application and acceptance deadlines by visiting the webpage linked here.

Key dates for application:

• Semester 2 2024 intake:

Final closing dates: 15 April 2024
Final acceptance date: 1 June 2024*

Orientation and PSP are from 11 January to 9 February 2024 for S1 2024 and from 13 June to 12 July 2024 for S2 2024.

• Semester 1 2025 intake:

Final closing dates: 15 October 2024
Final acceptance dates: 1 December 2024*

*Some students may need to accept well before this date to allow for visa processing times in their country.

For in person study, view the full degree program structure, admission requirements and academic information as linked here.

For online study, view the full degree program structure, admission requirements and academic information as linked here.

To find out more, contact us now at crawford.degrees@anu.edu.au.

Degree structure

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Further information

Program Coordinator

+61 2 6125 0093

Convenor

+61 2 6125 0093

Duration

Six months full time, or equivalent part time.

Admission requirements

• A Bachelor degree or international equivalent with a minimum GPA of 4/7.

Program structure

The Graduate Certificate of International and Development Economics requires the completion of 24 units selected from a range of key courses to support upskilling and retraining.

View the detailed degree program structure, admission requirements and academic rules information.

Your career

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Further information

Program Coordinator

+61 2 6125 0093

Convenor

+61 2 6125 0093

The latest Global Employability University Ranking, published by the Times Higher Education, rated ANU as Australia’s top university for getting a job for the fourth year in a row.

Crawford School’s graduates in international and development economics are playing key roles in Australian Commonwealth and state governments; Not-for-Profits and social enterprises; Advocacy organisations; International bodies and agencies.

The skills and training will enable you to work in economic policy areas in government or institutions for regional and international economic development.

Scholarships and fees

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Further information

Program Coordinator

+61 2 6125 0093

Convenor

+61 2 6125 0093

Tuition fees, aid and scholarships

Costs associated with your study at ANU will depend on a number of things, including your study program and whether you’re a national or international student.

Find out more about costs and fees associated with studying at ANU.

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