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Further learning with Deakin and Griffith

Thank you for joining in with us for Why Ethics Matter, offered by Griffith University and Deakin University.

We hope you enjoyed this course and found the learning materials stimulating and engaging.

At the conclusion of this program, you will have the opportunity to have your own research proposal assessed by real researchers in your field of interest at Deakin or Griffith Universities. This will give you invaluable guidance on how to embark on your research. You will then be in a position to apply for a master’s-level research course and use your research proposal as a starting point. A number of courses at Deakin and Griffith also give you credit towards a master’s degree.

Learning more with Deakin University

If you enjoyed this course, you may be interested to find out more about opportunities to study with Deakin University, which could lead to an internationally recognised qualification.

Deakin provides a number of professional practice degrees for experienced professionals looking for formal recognition of their experience, skills and knowledge.

If you would like to know more about studying with Deakin University and FutureLearn to gain a Masters qualification, please register your interest in studying cyber security, development and humanitarian action or professional practice in leadership or information technology leadership.

Learning more with Griffith University

Getting to the end of the course can be a new beginning for your research project. Griffith University are an international leader in research, with a wide range of options for learners wishing to undertake a qualification online.

There are many benefits to studying a research degree at Griffith. Griffith University offers a wide range of courses that will help support you through your research to turn your aims into a reality, while earning an internationally recognised qualification.

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Why Ethics Matter: Ethical Research

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