Master of Learning Intervention
- CRICOS code: 085104M
A world leader in Education research and teaching, the Melbourne Graduate School of Education is a vibrant and exciting place to study.
THE PEOPLE OF MGSE
In the Master of Learning Intervention, you’ll join the best and brightest education professionals from diverse backgrounds across Australia and the world, and become part of a community that is committed to changing lives through education. We have a strong focus on evidence-based practices and education research. You will be taught by recognised experts in their field, making you a highly sought-after education professional and thought leader. Explore our academic staff profiles here. Or learn more about research at MGSE here.
LIFE AT MELBOURNE
With the accolade of one of the world’s most liveable cities, you’ll be in the heart of the buzz that makes Melbourne an exciting place to be. Located on the city side of the University’s Parkville campus, we are just a short walk to the CBD, the famous Queen Victoria Market, and a host of cafes, restaurants, shops, theatres, galleries and bars. Whilst you’re studying in Melbourne, we ensure a supportive environment for all students and offer a range of enrichment activities, including a student mentoring program, wellbeing services and academic skills support. We are one of the first in the university to offer a low impact sensory space to support neuro-diverse students and staff, including those with sensory sensitives, Autism Spectrum, ADHD or histories of trauma.
The university has a student-led representative body - the Indigenous Graduate Student Association (IGSA) – who look to support graduate coursework and research students, enable collaboration between Indigenous and non-Indigenous students and staff and encourage potential future Indigenous graduate students.
Meet our Master of Learning Intervention student: Ethel Hao
International student, Ethel, is pursuing a Master of Learning Intervention with MGSE. As a sibling of an autistic child and a medical professional, she noticed a lack of resources for children with learning difficulties in Taiwan, her home country, which inspired her to make a difference in this space.