While many Campion graduates enter the workforce straight after graduating, others may wish to go on to further study. There is a wide field of options for further study, from pursuing the Liberal Arts at a Postgraduate level, to vocationally oriented training.
For more information about your preferred postgraduate options, see:
QILT – Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching
Good Universities Guide
Graduate Careers Australia
Students and graduates may also consider free and low cost training as part of the federal government’s JobTrainer initiative. Courses include full qualifications (eg, Certificate II, Certificate III) and skillsets (eg, single units of competency that support a mandatory licence or permit or support an education pathway) in growth industries including retail and wholesale, manufacturing, health care, social assistance, warehousing, postal and transport.
Checklist for Students Considering Further Study
- Consider if further study is right for you. Would a graduate program or internship be better?
- If you are serious about further study, identify what course type you are interested in (honours, masters, diploma etc.)
- Research the different institutions that offer the course you want.
- Consider the course format that is best for you (e.g. in person, online, blended.)
- Check the enrolment dates and cut off periods.
- Find out the entry requirements.
- Find out what documents are required for your application (e.g. partial transcript, ID, personal statement, certificates…)
- Can you get Recognition of Prior Learning? (RPL)
- Check your FEE-HELP loan and find out if the course you want to apply for is a Commonwealth Supported Place. If not, can you pay the fees? HELP loan amounts are capped, so check how much tuition you are able to defer.
- Find out if enrolment in this course has implications for Centrelink support.
St Thomas Aquinas Teaching Schools Institute
Catholic Education Tasmania has embarked on an innovative journey in partnership with Alphacrucis College and Campion College to provide innovative high-quality teacher education in Tasmania.
With the formation of the St Thomas Aquinas Teaching Schools Institute, Tasmanian school leavers and young adults who seek a vocation in Catholic education will now be able to commence their careers as Catholic teachers—working in Tasmanian Catholic schools while they study for a teaching degree—from day one of their course.
Degrees offered as part of this program include a Bachelor of Education (Primary) and Bachelor of Education (Secondary): four years full-time, and a Master of Teaching (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Secondary): two years full-time.
The Teaching Schools Model flips the conventional model of teacher training, by bringing exceptional higher education onsite to our very own Tasmanian Catholic schools.
What will your Teaching Schools journey look like?
- One to two days per week working as a Teacher Assistant with a Mentor Teacher
- One day per week face-to-face lectures/intensives at the Teaching schools
- A number of intensive lecture weeks each year delivered at the Teaching schools
- 350 days of school-based experience by the completion of your degree
Find out more:
University of Notre Dame and Excelsia College
Campion College proudly endorses postgraduate programs at the University of Notre Dame and Excelsia College. Campion recommends its students consider the following areas of study at the University of Notre Dame (Sydney campus):
- Master of Teaching (Primary)
- Master of Teaching (Secondary)
- Master of Philosophy (MPhil)
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
- Bachelor of Laws (3 Year Graduate Entry)
- Master of Liberal Arts
Graduates of Campion’s Graduate Certificate in Religious Education (Primary), are eligible to receive advanced standing at Notre Dame University for the following courses:
- Master of Education (Leadership and Management)
- Master of Education (Religious Education)
For more information in these areas of postgraduate studies, click here, consult the Dean of Studies or visit: http://www.nd.edu.au/
Campion College also recommends the following online postgraduate courses at Excelsia College:
- Master of Teaching (Primary)
- Master of Teaching (Secondary)
- Master of Education
For more information about these areas of postgraduate studies, visit: https://excelsia.edu.au/
A presentation on Master of Teaching (Primary/Secondary) can also be found here.
Trinity College, The University of Dublin
The Loyola Institute is part of the School of Religion in Trinity College Dublin. The particular academic mission of the Loyola Institute is teaching and research in theology in the Catholic Christian tradition. Since its establishment in 2012, the Loyola Institute has attracted expressions of interest in postgraduate study from a great variety of people, in Ireland and internationally.
Click here to find out more about the Loyola Institute.
Click here to find out more about PhD scholarships.
There are a number of opportunities for international scholarships to undertake study at an institution overseas. See the table below for details.
|Scholarship||Age Limit||Field or Level of Study||Place of Study||Description|
|Cambridge Australia||Young Graduates||Postgraduate||Cambridge, UK||Cambridge Australia Scholarships, formerly known as the Cambridge Australia Trust, provides scholarships for outstanding Australian graduates to undertake Masters and PhD studies at the University of Cambridge, England.|
|Chevening||Young Graduates||Masters Degrees||UK||Chevening is the UK Government’s international awards scheme aimed at developing global leaders. Funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations, Chevening offers two types of award – Chevening Scholarships and Chevening Fellowships – the recipients of which are personally selected by British embassies and high commissions throughout the world.|
|Churchill||None||Any||Anywhere||A Churchill Fellowship provides an opportunity for talented Australian Citizens to travel overseas in search of new ideas, innovation and excellence!|
|Commonwealth||None||Doctorate||UK||Commonwealth Scholarships for PhD and split-site PhD study in the UK are offered for citizens of developed Commonwealth countries (Australia, The Bahamas, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Cyprus, Malta, and New Zealand). These scholarships are funded by the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), with the aim of supporting excellence in UK higher education, and sustaining the principles of the Commonwealth.|
|Fulbright||None||Any||USA||The Fulbright Program is the flagship foreign exchange scholarship program of the United States of America, aimed at increasing binational collaboration, cultural understanding, and the exchange of ideas.|
|GatesCambridge||None||Postgraduate||Cambridge, UK||Scholarships are awarded to outstanding applicants from countries outside the UK to pursue a full-time postgraduate degree in any subject available at the University of Cambridge.|
|Monash||None||Postgraduate||Varied||The John Monash Scholarships are postgraduate scholarships awarded to outstanding Australians with leadership potential who wish to study overseas. The John Monash Scholarships are amongst the most important postgraduate scholarships currently available in Australia.|
|Rhodes||Young Graduates||Postgraduate||Oxford, UK||Our mission is to identify and develop leaders to achieve public good. This is what the Rhodes Scholarships have done, with remarkable success, since their inception in 1903.|