At Flinders, curiosity is our compass and ambition our companion, as we push beyond the familiar to achieve the extraordinary.
If you want to further your career or change career direction, we have a range of postgraduate courses to help you realise your full potential. Ranked in the top 2% of universities worldwide*, our underlying ethos is a student-centred experience. Plugged into industry trends, professional placements and practical experiences, our teaching and research higher degree options are designed to take you from learning to earning.
Postgraduate coursework as well as a range of research higher degree options are available.
*Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015 – 2016
|Now open||Semester 2, 2017 applications via SATAC|
|Most Wednesdays throughout 2017||Weekly offers into 2017 postgraduate courses|
|Monday 17 July 2017 (some courses have earlier closing dates)||Deadline for most semester 2, 2017 postgraduate course applications|
|Monday 24 July 2017||Semester 2, 2017 - week 1 classes commence|
|Monday 7 August 2017
||2018 applications open via SATAC|
Check SATAC’s website for all postgraduate key dates.
Most graduate entry bachelor degrees, graduate certificates and graduate diplomas require a three-year undergraduate degree from an Australian university or equivalent.
International applicants interested in a postgraduate course at Flinders will need to contact the Flinders International Centre.
Applications are via the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC).
View more information about the application process, including when to apply and what happens after you apply.
Find out more about University tuition fees and what other expenses you may need to consider.
You may be eligible for a scholarship.
Flinders has a range of research options for postgraduate students, across fields such as law, health, psychology, social work, arts, accounting, business administration, public administration, environment, nursing, information technology, international relations, education and more.
Undertaking a research higher degree is a truly inspiring way to change the way you think, and make a difference to the world we live in.
We offer a range of ways to study, whether you come on campus, study externally, or study online. Our course information pages outline how courses are offered.
There’s more to life at uni than study. We have some great places to eat, catch up with friends, and offer many social, sport and fitness activities. Our support services will help you through your studies as well.
Before studying psychology, I was a physiotherapist for 25 years. I got interested in mindfulness in the latter part of my physio career, teaching it to patients with chronic pain and general life stress. I was excited to know I could study psychology on a “fast track” through the postgraduate entry stream. I’m now doing a PhD, researching mindfulness in early high school as a prevention program targeting anxiety, depression and eating disorders. I feel incredibly lucky to have changed careers midstream to do work I am really passionate about.
The Master of Public Administration has been invaluable to my career. It opened up a whole new world for me, providing just the right mix of theoretical concepts and practical tools that could be directly applied to my work.
Studying an MBA through Flinders Business School provided me with a broad range of skills, knowledge and cultural perspectives that have greatly helped me to become a better manager and leader within my organisation and in my community. Flexible study options allowed me to successfully balance study with a busy full-time job. My MBA has already opened doors for me in my career, and I look forward to seeing where it takes me in the future.
The MBA program at Flinders gave me the ability to position myself for the next step in my career. The exposure and foundational knowledge across a wide range of business topics will allow me to move forward quickly in my field. The teaching linked theoretical concepts to real world examples that made the course interesting and relatable. Undertaking a health stream within my program has given me the opportunity to consolidate and grow my level of understanding into topics that are relevant to my current role and any future career change.
Studying an MBA through the Flinders Business School has enabled me to continue my ongoing education while working full-time in an often demanding profession. The flexibility and consideration demonstrated by the lecturers has motivated me to succeed in my studies. The MBA has broadened my approach and work methodology. I enjoy the engagement with multinational students. Collaborating with students from other countries has often provided a different perspective on assignments.
The Master of Health Administration has given me a greater understanding of the theoretical basis behind our services as well as a set of practical tools and techniques I can apply in my every day work. The Masters program also gave me a sense of the ‘bigger picture’. This understanding of the broader political and social context we operate in has been invaluable and enabled me to make more informed decisions.