Faculty of Arts Postgraduate Information Evening
As one of the leading Art faculties in Australia with state-of-the-art facilities, award-winning academics and professionals, we offer a wide range of professional postgraduate programs across disciplines.
Attend the Faculty of Arts Postgraduate Info Evening to learn more about our extensive range of media, politics and international relations, social science, history and security and intelligence postgraduate courses on offer, including the new Master of Global Health and Development Studies.
You will also get the opportunity to talk to our academic staff, hear from students, alumni and industry partners, and learn about career options, facilities, and services.
When: Tuesday, 14 October 2014
Time: 5.45pm for 6:15pm start
Where: Level 3 function rooms, Campus Hub, Building C10A, Macquarie University
RSVP: Please register by Wednesday 1 October 2014
Interested in Law?
Attend our Law Information Evening on 8th October 2014, 6pm at Level 3, Campus Hub (C10A), Macquarie University.
What you can study
See our list of postgraduate courses or download our Postgraduate Areas of Study booklets.
- Indigenous Education
- Media, creative arts and communications (PDF)
- Security and intelligence (PDF)
- Society, history and culture (PDF)
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Ms Sharon Kerr
Master of Indigenous Education
"The course changed my life and made me a much more effective practitioner. I have developed good friends and colleagues who share a heart for equity and a passion for justice. As a result of this course I will always be committed to cultural safety in both the workplace and learning environment."
Thanks to everyone who attended the Faculty of Arts Postgraduate Information Evening 2013.
Arts PG Info Night 2013 - Student Experience: Kathryn, Master of Politics and Public Policy
"I chose to study Master of Politics and Public Policy at Macquarie because it is accessible and flexible – there are options for online and face-to-face study. The course also offers the potential to study a range of elective within the wider Arts area, for example international policy, human rights, politics and law, alongside the core public policy subjects."