Secure your global career with a Master of International Relations.
The Master of International Relations degree equips graduates with essential practical skills required for our complex, dynamic and globalised world.
This popular masters course will enable graduates to critically apply key theories and concepts to tackle contemporary national and international policy issues.
Two master degrees in two years
Students who are interested in completing complementary courses - the Master of International Relations and the Master of International Law - now have the option to acquire both qualifications in a shortened time frame through an accelerated course pathway.
The Faculty of Arts is offering new domestic and international Arts postgraduate coursework students enrolling in this course for Semester 1, 2017 entry a $2000 Technology and Travel Grant
Students will develop the capacity to construct cogent verbal and written arguments on international relations.
Students will develop the capacity to collect and interpret information; to analyse arguments, policies and developments.
At UWA, you'll be in great company.
The Faculty of Arts is a founding faculty of the University which has an inspiring history of highly successful graduates and outstanding research results which have made a valuable contribution to Western Australia, Australia and internationally.
|Location offered||UWA Crawley (Perth, Western Australia)|
|Attendance types||Full-time, Part-time|
|Starting dates||Semester 1 (February), Semester 2 (July)|
|Standard full-time completion||1.5 year full time|
|Maximum time to complete||5 years|
|Course fees||See our Course Calculator|
|Scholarships||See Arts Scholarships UWA Scholarships|
Students have a choice of study - by coursework OR by coursework and dissertation.
Early exit opportunities - Students who successful complete 24 points of study may graduate with a Graduate Certificate in International Relations. Students who successfully complete 48 points of study may graduate with a Graduate Diploma in International Relations.
Student visa holders should read Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 for more information.
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This course prepares graduates for careers in foreign affairs and diplomacy, government, international and non-governmental organisations, business, the media, and the education sector.
Professional positions include, but are not limited to:
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All students must meet UWA’s English language competency requirements.
To be eligible for admission, you must meet the following requirements: