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Our courses offer the right balance of practical knowledge and academic excellence and a wide range of study options.
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Postgraduate course tuition fees are generally charged at the Full Fee or Domestic Fee Paying rate. Government and University funded scholarships and financial support may be applicable for certain postgraduate courses.
Some general fee information for coursework and research study is provided below.
We recommend you visit our Fees Calculator for a more comprehensive view of the cost of postgraduate courses and units.
We provide scholarships and awards to students enrolled in an Honours program or Master by coursework.
Scholarships generally have selection criteria, which must be met, and can provide financial support to assist you with education and living expenses.
At ECU, we are committed to undertaking high quality research and offer a number of scholarships to students undertaking a Doctoral or Master by research degree.
Research scholarships support Australian and New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents.
The Research Training Scheme provides tuition fee funding for students in selected research courses. Whilst you remain eligible for this scheme, you will not be required to pay for your tuition fees up-front, nor will you accrue a tuition fee debt for the duration of the course.
To be eligible you must be:
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These courses are subsidised by the Australian Government. The Government contributes towards your tuition fees and you are responsible for the remaining tuition fees called your 'student contribution'. The rate of tuition fees changes annually for these courses.
To view the Postgraduate Commonwealth Government Supported Courses for the current year, please go to the Fees Calculator.
This Research Masters will require students to research, devise and produce new works of art, or develop new approaches to arts practice.
It is expected that this activity will be a contemporary expression of traditional arts practice leading towards new insights in the selected field of study.
The course is aimed primarily at high level practitioners from a wide cross-section of the arts community who wish to extend their independent capacity to operate in an increasingly multi-art form and technologically-based profession.
Specifically, the course aims to:
- create opportunities for innovation and creativity in the arts;
- use the resources of the Academy to create leadership opportunities for people who can offer the arts informed direction, and identifiable and marketable skills, to advance the Australian cultural environment into the next decade;
- provide opportunities for people from diverse ethnic and creative arts backgrounds to synthesise disparate artistic skills to produce innovative and creative outcomes for the arts industry;
- build upon and extend the traditions and conventions of the student’s earlier training to create new knowledge for the arts.
The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts follows an academic calendar that is slightly different to ECU’s standard academic calendar. For more information about semester start dates, study weeks, exam periods and breaks, please refer to ECU’s Important Dates page.
There is also a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) available in the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA).
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.