College of Human and Health Sciences
MSc Ageing Studies
Ever considered a challenging and rewarding career in a growing field? Complete an MSc in Ageing Studies and be part of a sought-after community of leaders in ageing research, practice, and scholarship.
The programme acknowledges that ageing is accompanied by biological changes, but takes a holistic approach to ageing. It shifts the central focus from the medical model of ageing, to one that encompasses a range of disciplines and views ageing more positively.
Who should take this programme?
This degree prepares students for:
•Working with older people
•Designing policies for older people
•Managing and delivering services for older people
•Designing or manufacturing products for an ageing population
•Joining the research community.
The course meets employer needs, in particular;
•Workforce awareness of the changing demands of an ageing population is essential
•How demographic change will impact on employment practice and provide the potential for economic growth and new companies.
Graduates with skills and knowledge relating to this customer and client demographic will be in high demand.
International Student Requirements:
Overseas equivalent qualifications may be considered.
Applications from international students are encouraged. Students are required to have the equivalent of a minimum IELTS 6.5/TOEFL 570 in English Language prior to starting the programme. The University provides English Language tuition to prepare international students for study.
Facts & Figures
International Financial Aid:
Out State Tuition (per year):