Bachelor of Arts (International Studies)

RMIT University

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Overview

Bachelor Degree
Melbourne
3 Years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Engage with the challenges, opportunities and diversity brought about by a changing global environment.

From policymaking in China to community development in South America – an international studies degree will see you experience a range of dynamic careers across the globe.

During your degree you will:
build your understanding of intercultural, social and political issues and processes
enhance your employability by learning a language
develop professional skills in international relations, diplomacy, business and humanitarian policy
undertake a professional internship with an international organisation either in Australia or overseas
have access to overseas exchange programs and study tours
learn from leading professionals in the field who enjoy sharing their knowledge, experience and contacts to prepare you for work and life as a global citizen in a global career
join a vibrant and active student community
Careers

international business manager
international educator
international aid worker
international development worker
international policy adviser
foreign affairs...

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