Master of International Education (School Leadership)
Charles Sturt University’s Master of International Education (School Leadership) is offered by online distance education to educational leaders around the globe. The MIEd(SchlLship) course applies international perspectives impacting on current educational issues, blends theory and practice, meets the professional needs of contemporary educators, facilitates career progression and enhances leadership capacity regardless of your local professional setting.
- Prospective students should first review the information in the Online Course Brochure for information about course structure, admission requirements, and cost of study. Note: when you apply to the course, you will need the code from this page of the Online Course Brochure.
- The CSU MIEd(SchlLship) course recognises prior learning as transfer of credit for up to five of the ten subjects required for graduation. If you have completed work at the graduate level at a recognised university, prospective students are advised to submit PDF copies of official transcripts along with course or subject outlines for transfer of credit assessment at the time of applying to the University. Prospective students from the Province of Ontario, Canada should also review the 2013 Transfer of Credit Guidelines in order to determine their potential eligibility for prior learning credit in the MIEd(SchlLship) course.
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The Master of International Education (School Leadership) program is offered under the written consent of the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities for the period from 17th April 2009 to 17th April 2014. Prospective students are responsible for satisfying themselves that the programs and the degrees will be appropriate to their needs (e.g. acceptable to potential employers, professional licensing bodies or other educational institutions).