Every day at Flinders University, we search for greater understanding and ideas that will make a difference to our world. At Flinders, curiosity is our compass and ambition our companion, as we push beyond the familiar to achieve the extraordinary.

Our underlying ethos is a student-centred experience, our researchers and lecturers will arm you with up-to-the-minute knowledge based on our world-class research.

Plugged into industry trends, professional placements and practical experiences, our teaching is designed to take you from learning to earning. Gain specialised skills in your chosen field, while also broadening your abilities in independent thinking, communication, collaboration, ethics and creativity – qualities shared by the world’s leading entrepreneurs, pioneers and trailblazers.

Be ready for a career beyond the here and now. Go Beyond and study posgtrad online with Flinders University.

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Study at world’s top 2% university online.

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Accelerate your learning  – Complete a Master of Public Policy and Management and an MBA fully online in accelerated mode


Flexibility. Study a time and location that matches your needs

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Fit study around your lifestyle with Flinders flexible online study options.

At Flinders, we’re committed to helping you study from home so you can balance study with your commitments. You’ll undertake the same coursework as on-campus students, from a location that suits you and with greater flexibility than ever before.

Course start times vary, with most units starting in early March or July.


Complete a Master of Public Policy and Management and a Master of Business Administration fully online in accelerated mode over 4 study periods per year.

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The following Flinders University undergraduate courses are available online:

MOOCs at Flinders

Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are freely available, short online courses that are available to anyone to participate in.

Although they may be made up of similar materials to traditional online courses (videos, readings, learning activities), they can be different from traditional online courses in the way people participate and may have some facilitation, or be completely self-directed.