Studying the Master of International Relations (Extension), you will develop the knowledge and skills needed to understand and respond to some of the most critical issues in the world today. You will learn key theoretical concepts in international relations and how these apply across a broad range of contemporary issues.
Advance your knowledge in international security, peace and conflict, human rights, international law, political economy, development and humanitarian assistance, foreign policy, forced migration, and environmental politics.
The Master of International Relations (Extension) is designed for graduates who are seeking careers that address international issues including in government, international and non-government organisations, and international business. This degree will also suit those currently employed in international-focused positions who are interested in upgrading their knowledge and skills.
Depending on previous experience and education, the program will be offered as a 2 years, 1.5 years and 1 year program.