Take on economic challenges
Economists analyse the decisions of individuals, governments and businesses and their impact on our lives and welfare.
Armed with these insights, they can give expert advice on business strategy, understand the background behind the news, influence public policy for a better world and make informed personal financial decisions.
What will you do?
Our Master of Applied Economics is suited to students with or without prior knowledge in the field. You will:
Where could it take you?
Economics graduates go on to all sorts of exciting careers and research pathways. You might assess telecommunications mergers as an economic analyst, or reform regulatory frameworks for public forests as a policy officer with state government. You could work on the stock market, in an aid agency researching the best return on aid donations or in banking and financial services. Perhaps you’ll use your analytics and modelling skills to develop optimal strategies for efficient HR recruitment.
IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL: 79
Australian Year 12
Successful completion of an Australian year 12 qualification with a minimum pass in an accepted English language subject
English Language Requirements
Indicative annual tuition fees
Master of Applied Economics graduates are ready for a range of rewarding careers with leading business, government or not-for-profit organisations.
Our graduates are working in roles such as managers, directors, business analysts and statisticians for organisations all over the world, including:
Market Researcher, Banker, Policy Adviser, Economist, Public Servant, Financial Analyst, International Government and Trade Policy Adviser