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A University of Sydney postgraduate degree will give you the knowledge to help you deal with whatever tomorrow brings. Our new, progressive postgraduate courses have been developed with industry leaders, so you get the skills that are valued most. Don't wait for the future to happen. Arm yourself with a postgraduate degree and own it now.

Master of Art Curating

Art curators work with objects. They need to know the value of these objects and how to contextualise them in a collection.

The Master of Art Curating program has been designed to train tomorrow's top art curators and gallery professionals. Collaboratively designed and taught by the Department of Art History and Film Studies and the Sydney College of the Arts (SCA), the course emphasises the skills required for curating in a variety of contemporary contexts.

Master of Art Curating

Program information for the new Master of Art Curating, starting in Semester 1, 2014.

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Master of Economic Analysis

The Master of Economic Analysis is an elite degree designed to take the highest-achieving students to the frontiers of economic research, whether they aspire to a position of intellectual leadership as a professional economist or to PhD studies at leading research universities anywhere in the world.

Master of Economic Analysis

Program information for the new Master of Economic Analysis, starting in Semester 1, 2014.

Please also view our Master of Economics degree, for those seeking to pursue a career in economics.

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The frontiers of economic knowledge are always expanding in new and interesting directions.

Master of English Studies

Being exposed to a wide range of fields as well as speakers from an active community of writers is invaluable.

This unique postgraduate course brings together contemporary critical theory with literary narratives. It will challenge you to reflect actively but quizzically on the nature, status and value of literature in the contemporary world. It offers access to disciplinary expertise in English Studies in a wider range of fields than any other university in Australia.

Master of English Studies

Program information for the new Master of English Studies, starting in Semester 1, 2014.

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Master of International Relations

International relations brings together political, economic, social, security and cultural dimensions in the study of international affairs.

The University of Sydney boasts one of the most comprehensive departments of Government and International Relations in Australia. The Master of International Relations will encourage you to relate theoretical concepts to relevant world issues. You will graduate with specialist knowledge and an understanding of international affairs today, particularly within the realms of foreign policy, international security, international organisations, international economy, and globalisation.

Master of International Relations

Program information for the new Master of International Relations, starting in Semester 1, 2014.

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Master of Museum and Heritage Studies

The Master of Museum and Heritage Studies will introduce you to the history and theory of museum and heritage practice. It is designed to equip you with professional knowledge and practical experience consistent with pathways to employment in museums and the growing area of local and global heritage, as well as to further research in a higher degree.

Master of Museum and Heritage Studies

Program information for the new Master of Museum and Heritage Studies, starting in Semester 1, 2014.

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Museums and heritage industries are in a period of dynamic change and growth. Now is an important time for research, teaching and debate.

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