Master of International Relations
The last intake for this program is May 2013. Click here Master of International Relations to view the new structure commencing September 2013
Duration: 4 semesters*; Flexible Part-Time Available for domestic students only
*1 Year at accelerated level
The Master of International Relations program is innovative, forward-looking and attuned to the dynamics of the globalising world and its multiple diplomatic channels. Students find the program immensely practical and rigorous in its teaching of contemporary, theoretical and cultural issues. Students engage in simulations, think-tank and scenario exercises. Practical experience is also gained through in-country experience, internships or institutional (e.g. United Nations) visits.
Work Experience & Internships
International Relations has scope for many different internship and work experience opportunities, many of which are administered through the Faculty. To see a full list of internship and work experience opportunities available to students of the Master of International Relations please visit the faculty internships page.
Internships and work placements are available with permission from the Faculty.
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