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Master of International Security 

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Master of International Security
 at 
The University of Sydney 
Overview

The University of Sydney offers a 1 year long Master of International Security course. This course is offered by Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences department of the university. The primary stream of this course is Humanities & Social Sciences. The tuition fees to pursue this program is AUD 44000. English language proficiency test accepted for admission to The University of Sydney Master of International Security is IELTS.

Duration

1 - 2 years

Course Level

PG Degree

Mode of Course

Full Time

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Tuition & Fees

23.65 Lakh
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Public

Master of International Security
 at 
The University of Sydney 
Highlights

  • Master of International Security is offered by Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences under The University of Sydney, Australia.
    This a Masters level program of a course duration of 1-2 Years.
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Master of International Security
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Calculated at the exchange rate of 1 AUD = INR 53.76 | Tuition & expenses were last updated on 15ᵗʰ September 2023

Master of International Security
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The University of Sydney 
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Indian Food3.4
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This university has reputation in the market!
Tips: The university has a good reputation here in Australia and that itself speaks a lot. You can easily get a job here with a degree from this university but make sure that you keep up with the industry you are wishing to leap onto. The university is a bit expensive and accommodation in this city doesn't lay back in monetary terms, it's expensive! The campus is very big but the faculty teaches in conventional method and don't adapt. Make sure to build a lot of connections with locals here as well it'll help you with getting to know about job opportunities here.
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Holistic learning experience.
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Usyd Description by a postgrad student
Tips: Everything regarding planning your course must be discovered yourself. And networking with like-minded individuals is just as important. The curriculum sometimes clashes with undergrad students which makes you question the postgraduate degree but it's easier to find internships.
Likes (Indian Food): Plenty of Indian food restaurants in the city. I work a part-time job at one of them. So anytime you crave Indian food just go down to paramatta, Harris park, and you'll find plenty of food joints representing different cuisines of India. So can't really miss home food here.
Dislikes (Internships): Internships in my field of study are available only for domestic students, as I found out recently. There's a lot of competition when it comes to roles like Research Assistants and Teaching Assistants, it's always better to look for internships externally.
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A great place to study and even better to live life at.
Tips: Studies here are much more difficult than they appear to be. Also, getting admission is easy so students must not think the same about the studies. The orientation week could be the most useful week of the semester. One should focus on paying more attention to degree planning before starting the course.
Likes (Quality of faculty): The faculty at USYD is very easy to reach out. From ground level tutors with whom we interact daily to senior heads of departments, everyone is an expert in his/her field of teaching. The faculty in each department is perfectly attributed with all the necessary skills of a teacher.
Dislikes (Indian Food): Since my origin country is India, for obvious reasons no place/ country can match the amount of food and flavour choices that we get in India. There’s not a lot of options for street food and Indian snacks anywhere inside or around the campus.
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This college is truly amazing in all aspects, starting from quality of education to infrastructure.
Tips: Students should be well-versed in at least two languages, one of which can be English. They must possess a high level of proficiency in the English language. They should be extrovert in nature. They should also possess sound communication skills. One should freely be able to mix up with his peers. People from all over the world come to study in this wonderful college, which possesses a high level of student diversity.
Likes (Part time work): While pursuing this amazing course, a student can easily access the amazing and diverse work environment of Sydney, which has been consistently ranked one of the most livable cities in the world. In Sydney, the financial capital of Australia, there are various sorts of quality part-time jobs available, which are customized or specially designed for students.
Dislikes (Indian Food): Although some sorts of Indian cuisines are available at this college, one may not get access to some of his/her favorite Indian dishes. Various sorts of continental dishes are available. But Indian cuisines are relatively less available than continental dishes.
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Master of International Security
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