international relations australia
  • Master Degree 1 to 2 years.
  • Graduate Diploma 1 year.
  • Graduate Certificate 0.5 year.
  • Tuition International A$8,800 to A$12,000/semester
  • Tuition International A$17,000 to A$27,500/year.
  • Work while you study.

International Relations.

Careers in international businesses, international aid and other nongovernment organisations, diplomacy, news and media organisations and educational organisations, trade and tourism.

  • Master of Arts (International Relations), Australian National University, 72 units (1.5 years). For those seeking academic preparation for a career in international affairs with an Asian-Pacific focus, whether in diplomacy, the civil service, teaching, journalism, or business. It also caters for those requiring a foundation for doctoral studies in international relations.
  • Graduate Diploma in International Affairs, Australian National University, 48 units (1 year). For those seeking academic preparation for a career in international affairs, whether in diplomacy, the civil service, teaching, journalism, or business. Stepping-stone to the Master of International Affairs or Master of Arts (International Relations).
  • Graduate Certificate in International Relations, Australian National University, 24 units (1 semester). Covers global political economy, global security, international institutions, China and Asia-pacific security, contending images of global order, Islam and world politics, American power, sovereignty and globalisation, the politics of global environmental issues, and the 'arc of instability' in the surrounding region.
  • Master of International Relations, La Trobe University, 1 year. Students with an international relations qualification will develop deeper specialisations and expertise in policy development, research and analysis. Graduates from other disciplines will be equipped with an advanced grounding in international relations to equip them for new career opportunities in the field.
  • Master of Arts in International Relations, UNSW Global, 1 year. Strong theoretical and practical understanding of contemporary world politics. Introduces the main theories developed to explain such politics, examining how particular theories organise and shape our view of and ability to act in the world.
  • Graduate Certificate in Arts (International Relations), UNSW Global, 0.5 year. Extend and deepen existing skills, knowledge and understanding in professionally relevant fields of study. Equally suitable for people wishing to switch to an academic or professional field different from the one they studied at undergraduate level.
  • Master of International Affairs, Australian National University, 48 units (1 year). 'Professional' master-by-coursework degree for those seeking preparation for a career in international affairs with an Asia-Pacific focus, whether in diplomacy, the civil service, teaching, journalism or business.

International Relations and International Business.

  • Master of International Business/Master of International Relations, La Trobe University, 1.5 years. This double Master's program enables students to combine a deep understanding of the dynamics and protocols of international business while also developing deeper political and cultural perspectives through international relations.

Public Policy.

  • Graduate Certificate in Public Policy, Australian National University, 24 units (1 semester). Designed for those professionally engaged in government and other policy-related organisations or activities who wish to study at master degree level to develop their skills in policy analysis. Provides a wide menu of choice of Crawford School master degree courses selected from those eligible for the Master of Public Policy.

Strategic Studies.

  • Graduate Certificate in Strategic Studies, Australian National University, 24 units (1 semester). For students wishing to pursue or already engaged in careers in security, defence and foreign policy; intelligence ; journalism; international organisations and related fields.
  • Graduate Diploma in Strategic Studies, Australian National University, 48 units (1 year). For students wishing to pursue careers in security, defence and foreign policy; intelligence; journalism; international organisations and related fields.

Asia, the Middle East and the Pacific.

  • Master of Asian Studies, Griffith University, 1 year. Expand your understanding of the societies, history, politics, international relations and economies of East and South-East Asia, and a number of the region's important nations.
  • Graduate Certificate in Asian Studies, Griffith University, 0.5 year. Foundation for advancing your understanding of Asian politics, history and culture, and contemporary international relations.
  • Master of Asian-Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 48 units (1 year). Prospective graduates employed or seeking employment in government, the diplomatic service, education, international business, journalism, research and analysis, and non-government agencies (including international aid agencies) will find this degree well suited to their professional needs.
  • Master of Social Science (Asia-Pacific Governance and Development), James Cook University, 1.5 years. For careers in public policy analysis and formulation and in international and community development with government, non-government organizations, international organizations such as the UN or the World Bank and charities.
  • Master of Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies, Australian National University, 48 units (1 year). Designed for those who seek academic preparation for a career in a professional area requiring a solid understanding of the Middle East and Central Asia, whether in diplomacy, the public service, teaching, journalism or business. It is available to qualified applicants from both Australia and overseas.

 

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