Your passport to success
- In what ways is the world changing? What influence do we have? How can we reduce conflict?
- International relations is about interactions across oceans and borders. It examines the political and societal forces of international change. To study it is to delve into history, politics, economics, anthropology and law.
What will you do
In our Bachelor of International Relations you can specialise in international security, global justice, human rights, global governance, rising powers, or global citizenship. In core studies you’ll:
- get to know key actors in global politics and the challenges they face
- consider relationships that involve power, authority, influence, conflict, cooperation, selfishness and altruism
- analyse political institutions and business-government relations
- learn about the history of globalisation and foreign-policy formation.
You can also boost your employability and cross-cultural awareness by:
- studying a language
- going on study tours
- enrolling in overseas exchange programs.
Where could it take you
- Our graduates emerge ready for exciting roles across Australia and around the world. You might find yourself at the United Nations as a human rights officer. You could work as a policy advisor or an intelligence analyst in a government agency or a non-governmental organisation. You might be a public relations expert or marketing consultant for an international business. Perhaps you’ll write political news. Or you could work in foreign affairs, strengthening partnerships and providing aid to developing countries.
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