*QILT: Graduate Destination Survey 2013-2015 Full-time Employment Indicator
The world of international relations is a rapidly evolving concept. We live in a world which is highly globalised and interconnected. Exploring and understanding the inter-relations between nations and cultures through politics, trade, defence and regional integration is a key focus within the International Relations discipline.
Build an understanding of global issues of politics, economics, conflict resolution, social development, security and environmental protection.
Graduate with the skills and knowledge for a career in political, economic, health, development and socio-cultural environments.
Students are given the rare opportunity to integrate practical offshore learning through the Hawke Ambassador International Volunteer Experience program or an International Student Exchange.
Graduates may find employment in roles such as:
Facilities based at Magill Campus ranging from the Journalism Newsroom, TV and Radio Studio, Hartley Playhouse and Language Lab.