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Disciplines & study areas

Studying French at university was a great opportunity to make the final push from proficient to fluent. I studied abroad in France and New Caledonia where I realised how important knowing another language is. Language can open so many professional doors and demonstrates to employers that you have a long-term vision and can work towards achieving a goal. Thomas CurranBachelor of Arts - Bachelor of International Studies (Dean's Scholar)
My first lecture in Globalisation of World Politics sparked my interest in politics. Along with a trip to Geneva, this was enough to make me change to a Bachelor of Arts, where I could combine politics and economics and the freedom to question the status quo. Alexandra McDermottBachelor of Arts (Politics, Economics) Government Engagement Coordinator - Wadeye and Nganmarriyanga Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet