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Equip yourself with the tools to understand the paradoxes and complex inter-connections of globalisation. 

Explore issues such as the rapid growth of wealth in some parts of the world accompanied by the impoverishment of others; the large-scale mobility of workers, migrants, and refugees; the rise of global civil society (NGOs); and the challenges and opportunities of online information.

Please note: This major is only available to International and Global Studies program or Arts/Law students. 

For more information on the program structure and content including unit of study information, please refer to the Arts and Social Sciences Handbook.

Graduate opportunities

Our graduates enter a wide range of careers. Examples include:

  • Community development program manager
  • Diplomat
  • Foreign correspondent
  • International business consultant
  • Policy advisor    
Courses that offer this major

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Units of study in this major

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The course information on this website applies only to future students. Current students should refer to faculty handbooks for current or past course information.

To help you understand common terms that we use at the University, we offer an online glossary.