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About this program

A program in Politics and International Relations that includes a set of unique units available only to those enrolled in the dedicated program. These units have been designed to allow students to engage with contemporary issues and to develop real-world problem-solving skills that are highly valued across all sectors of the global job market.

The work placement program provides you with enquiry based learning activities and the chance to conduct research for organisations in the areas of public policy and international affairs. The international exchange program will enable you to experience the world and graduate with a truly global perspective.

This program is offered by the Department of Government and International Relations.

Career pathways

Our graduates enter a wide range of careers. Examples include; current affairs, journalist, diplomat, government and public service administrator, non-government or private sector administrator, policy researcher and consultant , political adviser and think tank participant.

Courses that offer 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.

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