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The University has received the University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) award for Strategic Innovation in Online Education. The award will be presented next month at the Association’s international conference in Baltimore, USA.
Established in 2015, Graduate Online – Melbourne has supported the expansion of the University’s online education offerings through the development of high-quality, wholly online graduate-level programs.
Since then, Graduate Online – Melbourne has grown to give students across Australia and around the world the opportunity to further their studies online and has been welcomed by students.
University of Melbourne Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Gregor Kennedy said the University is proud of its achievements in online education provision.
“We have received overwhelmingly positive responses from our online students, which is of course encouraging for the University. But it is also strong validation of Graduate Online – Melbourne’s approach to online learning development, which places an emphasis on high quality educational design,” Professor Kennedy said.
“This award is recognition of the excellence we have achieved in online education and is only possible with the collaborative effort and contributions of the whole team.”
For more information about Graduate Online – Melbourne, visit online.unimelb.edu.au