La Trobe University

Australia ,Melbourne | Melbourne

Master of International Development

  • Duration: 24
  • $ 35800/year
  • IELTS: 6.5(6)
  • Master

Melbourne, Australia-based La Trobe University is a research institution that was established in 1967. The university is in the top 1% of all universities in the globe. The Mont Park and Larundel psychiatric hospitals received funding from the farm that was formerly located on the Melbourne campus in the province of Bundoora. The past few years have seen La Trobe University place among the top 400 in each of the three major global university rankings. In Australia, the university has graduated more than 200,000 people, including students from other countries. According to latest statistics, La Trobe University has about 8,000 international students enrolled from more than 100 nations.

Intentional learning outcomes for the Master of International Development

  • To objectively analyze the international development sector, use sophisticated and integrated knowledge of complex interventions, methods, and professional practices.
  • Utilizing cutting-edge analytical theories from development studies and allied fields, such as geography, anthropology, public health, sociology, and economics, critically analyze complicated development challenges.
  • To a wide spectrum of specialist and non-specialist audiences, do research, synthesize, and professionally convey complicated development knowledge, skills, and concepts.
  • Independently evaluate difficult sustainable development problems, then suggest fresh ideas based on cutting-edge multidisciplinary methodology and approaches.
  • Utilize specialized technical abilities to plan, carry out, oversee, and assess complicated development tasks.
  • Respond to beneficiaries' and communities' contextual demands and situations with improved participatory practice in order to foster self-determination within the international development architecture.


Career options after earning a master's in international development

You might work for a variety of organizations after graduation, including multilateral development organizations, government and intergovernmental agencies, media organizations and not-for-profits, community-based and non-government organizations, and research or training facilities.

Roles that are possible are:

  • Project director
  • Humanitarian representative
  • policy expert
  • Officer for emergency/humanitarian assistance
  • Manager of a campaign or advocacy


Tuition: $35800 per year



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IELTS: 6.5(6)


Academics: 2.8 GPA

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