Courses

Higher Education

Higher Education qualifications at Melbourne Polytechnic combine research and theory with practical applications and real world skills. These qualifications have been designed in consultation with industry, with the objective of providing a skilled future workforce to drive economic and social progress.

A Melbourne Polytechnic qualification is an investment in yourself and your future. Thrive through learner-focused activities, where you will be able to develop problem-solving skills, team work and communication skills, and awareness of ethical, social and cultural issues that will prepare you to operate professionally in the workplace.

Higher Education qualifications include Associate Degrees, Bachelor Degrees and Master Degrees. These are delivered across several campuses which have well-equipped, contemporary facilities tailored specifically for each course.

Additional information

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: Melbourne Polytechnic welcomes all applications from Indigenous students. Please see individual courses for additional admission criteria.

Domestic students with overseas qualifications: domestic students with overseas qualifications should refer to Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning for information on how their qualification will be assessed for entry.

English language proficiency – Melbourne Polytechnic requires students to demonstrate that they can speak, write, read and comprehend English to a specified standard. Please refer to the ‘Entry Requirements’ section of individual courses for specific English language proficiency requirements.

Where to get further information

TEQSA – Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency national register

QILT – Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching

VTAC – Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre

Information on appeals and grievances processes – please refer to: Feedback and Complaints



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