We live today in an interconnected and globalised world.Yet conflict continues to impede international cooperation.The world has become more rather than less complicated. Being able to understand and evaluate global issues across the social, cultural, legal, political and economic spectrum, therefore, is a highly valued skill that is much desired by government, business and the non-government sector. Through engagement with innovative approaches and thinking, this course will empower you to comprehend and evaluate contemporary regional and global developments, and will equip you for an international career in diplomacy, journalism,the NGO sector, international business or academia. KEY FEATURES You'll learn from experts in the fields of Asian, European, American, African, Australian and Middle Eastern studies. You may be eligible to undertake an internship in an approved institution.You'll undertake a research component under specialised individual supervision. You'll develop key skills in critical thinking, problem-solving, research and writing, and oral communication. This course is available on campus, online, or through a combination of both, which means you can continue to work full-time while studying. You can combine this course with the Master of International Business, Master of International Communication or Master of Translation and Interpreting Studies.
|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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