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The Melbourne Graduate School of Education is a global leader in teaching and education research, offering challenging courses, world-changing research and contemporary learning spaces.
Associate Professor Peggy Kern talks about how can we flourish in life, even when things aren’t going well.
Read the recent statement from the International Network of Educational Institutes (INEI).
We know many of our students and staff have questions about the COVID-19 pandemic. The University continues to monitor the constantly evolving situation. Find the latest updates and FAQs.
Read the reports authored by MGSE academics that identify and address problems across the education sector.
The Curricula Project aims to empower all teachers to integrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures in their teaching.
Get an insight into the lives of our academics and be inspired by MGSE stories shared by alumni and current students.
Become a student at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education and learn from the best. Be challenged by a diverse and engaged cohort, enjoy contemporary facilities designed to meet your learning and social needs, and benefit from direct access to world-leading researchers and educators.
Discover a wide variety of graduate education programs and choose a course that suits your developmental needs. Become a professional educator, specialise in an educational discipline or embark on your research career.
Find out all you need to know about the application process, from course application dates and submission guidelines to advanced standing and the University’s guaranteed entry policy.
Keep track of key dates and events as the year progresses and stay up-to-date with the latest information for current MGSE students.
Access financial support for your studies through a range of scholarship and funding opportunities, including government and university student loan schemes and grants.
The Melbourne Graduate School of Education is home to a number of specialist areas, including Arts Education, Mathematics Education and Humanities and Social Science Education. These areas work to advance knowledge and understanding in their relative fields through teaching, research and engagement.
Enrich your undergraduate degree with one of our Melbourne Graduate School of Education breadth subjects.
Eighty-seven per cent of our students said they found their breadth subject intellectually stimulating, while 92 per cent said they learned new ideas that could be applied to practice*. We received the highest undergraduate Student Experience and Satisfaction ranking in 2013, 2015 and 2016.
*Student Experience Survey results.
Find out about funding opportunities that are available to both future and current students, including government and university student loan schemes and grants.
Home to some of the world's most recognised experts, our research at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education tackles the critical issues in education policy and practice.
Learn about the inspiring work done by the Graduate School's numerous research centres and research hubs.
Break new ground and contribute to the future of education by studying a research degree.
Find information and useful resources for current and future graduate research students.
Discover the wide variety of research projects underway across the Graduate School.
The quality and strength of our research is evidenced by our ranking of ‘well above world standard’ for all areas of education research. We are proud to be the only Australian university to receive the highest possible ranking for all research categories (2015 Excellence in Research for Australia results).
Read more in our 2019 Annual Review
Our Educational Software Suite is based on research conducted by our internationally renowned educators and academics, and is designed to support teachers and teacher candidates across all sectors of education.
Explore the Educational Software Suite
Learn about the impact of our research is having across Australia and the world.
A network of collaborative partnerships with Australian schools and opportunities to work at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education with world-class researchers and practitioners.
Learn about the unique partnership between the Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE) and Victoria’s government, Catholic, and independent schools across the secondary, primary and early childhood sectors.
The Melbourne Graduate School of Education's diverse alumni is made up of over 67,000 graduates who have contributed to the long and rich history of education at the University of Melbourne and in Victoria.
The Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship is an employment-based initial teacher education pathway designed to appeal to high achieving graduates and career-change professionals.
The Visiting Scholars Program provides a scholarly environment in which academics can undertake research, share their work, and contribute to the vibrant and engaged community of the Graduate School.
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Our Dean, Professor Jim Watterston, is supported by a leadership team, advisory boards and committees, and program coordinators.
MGSE academics are at the forefront of Australian teacher education and our professional staff provide strategic management and support in student services, marketing and communications, business services and research, and project administration.
The Melbourne Graduate School of Education equips people to address the major educational challenges of our times.
The Melbourne Graduate School of Education is a vibrant and exciting place to work. We employ people from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds across a diverse range of specialist areas. Find out about current employment opportunities and get in touch with staff from across MGSE and The University of Melbourne.
Excellent teaching is more than passionate information transmission and behaviour management. Our Master of Teaching is a genuine evidence-based masters program that prepares teachers to focus on each individual student's learning growth.
Thanks to the continued efforts of our researchers, we are pleased to introduce an expanding suite of evidence-based educational software designed to support teachers and teacher candidates across all sectors of education.
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