Future-proof your career
Our flexible postgraduate degrees prepare you to think for yourself and go further.
Future postgraduate students
Join our global community of free thinkers
Whether you’re looking to change direction, upskill or advance in your current career, as a Murdoch postgraduate student you’ll have the flexibility and support you need to succeed.
You can choose full-time or part-time study, and complete most courses on-campus or online to help you fit study into your life. You will also be supported in your studies, by our team of dedicated student advisors and academics.
A postgrad qualification can increase your employability and your earning potential - and that could be before you’ve even completed your degree. Whatever your motivation, we’re here to support you to achieve your career and study goals.
Meet some of our free-thinking postgrad students
Master of Health Administration, Policy and Leadership
“My master's has given me a deeper understanding of the health industry and will enable me to jump in immediately after graduation.”
Master of Business Administration
“I reached a point in my career where I needed further education to complement my experience and take me to the next level.”
Why choose Murdoch for postgraduate study?
Five-star ranking for learner engagement
Five-star ranking for learning resources
Five-star ranking for skills development
Five-star ranking for student support
*Good Universities Guide 2020
About our postgraduate courses
Our courses are developed with industry-advisory panels to prepare you for the jobs of the future.
Many of our postgraduate degrees are offered 100% online, which means you can study when and where you like.
Learn from world-class academics who can support you through your studies.
Frequently asked questions
What is a postgraduate degree?
A postgraduate degree typically refers to certain degrees you are only eligible to study at the completion of an undergraduate degree.
There are three different postgraduate study options to consider. You can choose to enhance your knowledge with a graduate certificate or graduate diploma or you can give yourself a competitive edge with a high-level master degree.
How long does it take to complete a postgraduate degree?
You can complete a postgraduate qualification in as little as six months. For full-time study, typically a graduate certificate takes six months, a graduate diploma one year and master degree two years.
Most postgraduate degrees can be completed part-time as well, so you can fit study in around your work, family and social commitments.
Does my postgraduate degree need to be in a similar study area to my undergraduate degree?
No. Your postgraduate degree can focus on something completely different to your undergraduate degree (although some courses may have certain undergraduate prerequisites) to diversify your skillset and increase your employability across a broader breadth of roles and industries.
Alternatively, you can choose a degree that will build on the knowledge you acquired in your bachelor's degree to deepen your existing knowledge and enhance your specialist competencies.
Who can apply for a postgraduate degree?
Entry to a postgraduate degree usually requires the completion of an undergraduate degree or relevant work and life experience and knowledge.
By choosing Murdoch you'll benefit from joining a community where free-thinking and support go hand-in-hand. From flexible learning and hands-on experience, to study groups and social clubs, Murdoch gives you the help you need to forge your own path.