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This unique university qualification is one of a kind in Australia. The Master of Child and Adolescent Mental Health from Victoria University (VU) Online will help you drive positive impact upon not just children and adolescents but also families, carers and clinicians across a range of educational, community and clinical settings.
You will explore advanced care strategies, treatment techniques, therapies and interventions, and will do research which will contribute to a growing understanding of child and adolescent mental health.
Study 100% online with VU Online's award-winning postgraduate Block Model. This model recognises and accommodates the complexity of students' lives and facilitates a manageable and connected online learning experience.
VU Online provides four layers of personalised, academic and non-academic support to its online students to help them create their success story.
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To do this course, you must have:
Units you may study in this course include:
Internationally recognised as a leading university, Victoria University (VU) is ranked among the top two per cent of universities worldwide.
At VU Online, you can tailor your studies to fit around your busy schedule through 100% online flexible learning. Their programs are delivered through VU Online’s postgraduate Block Model, winner of the LearnX Live! Award 2021 ‘Best Online Learning Model’.
Their postgraduate online Block Model is designed to be flexible, interactive and student-centred. Instead of taking two or three units a semester, you will study one unit at a time, offering you more flexibility than traditional on-campus degrees.
VU Online's learning platform is a virtual one-stop-shop that helps you manage your study commitments 24/7. You will be able to access your coursework, resources, assignment details and individual feedback from facilitators, all in one place.
- A genuine online learning community.
- Interactive, immersive learning - no exams or textbooks to purchase.
- Delivered by experienced academics and facilitators.
- 1:1 support via phone, email or SMS, seven days a week and in the evenings.
- Small class sizes with a 25:1 student-teacher ratio.
When you graduate you'll receive a Master of Child and Adolescent Mental Health from VU Online.
The specialised skills you acquire will put you at the forefront of evidence-based assessment and intervention approaches which you can apply to a range of community, clinical and educational settings.
Depending on your skills and experience, you can apply the knowledge you gain in this course to roles such as:
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The full fee for this course is $31,400 (or $2,600 - $2,700 per unit).
Eligible students can apply for the Australian government's FEE-HELP loan scheme to cover the costs of all or part of your fees.
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This course can be paid for through the FEE-HELP government loan scheme. If you are an Australian citizen or hold a permanent humanitarian visa, you may not need to pay upfront.
Instead, the Australian government will pay your course fees directly to the provider on your behalf. You'll begin repaying your loan through the tax system once you start earning more than the minimum threshold of $47,014 (2021-22 income year).
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