Public diplomacy a key strategic instrument of nations that seek to export their culture, values and institutions, as well as explain their foreign policies to and win support from foreign publics includes the use of soft power resources. This course - the first of its kind in Australia - will further develop your skills and advance your career in international service, international development or corporate international relations. KEY FEATURES You'll gain an in-depth understanding of strategy and policy development, public diplomacy practice, international law and security, inter-cultural communications and international relations. You'll have opportunities to network with and learn from serving and retired diplomats. This course incorporates an internship component to develop your practical skills. This course is embedded with independent research in the context of international public diplomacy and contributing areas.
|Institution Name||Macquarie University|
|Campus Location||North Ryde|
|Course Duration||1 year - 1.5 years depending on RPL granted|
|Course University||Macquarie University|
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