- Length 2 year full-time
- Minimum 96 Units
- Academic plan MINTR
- CRICOS code 082309M
- UAC code
Field of Education
- Political Science
- Academic contact
The Master of International Relations requires the completion of 96 units, which must consist of:
30 units from the completion of the following compulsory courses:
INTR8011 International Relations Theory
INTR8013 International Political Economy 1
INTR8032 Global Security 1
INTR8036 World Politics
INTR8065 Writing International Relations
66 units from completion of courses from the following list:
INTR8045 Global Governance 1
INTR8046 Evolution of the International System 1
INTR8053 Ethics of Peace and War
INTR8055 Contemporary Issues in International Political Economy
INTR8060 China: Global Engagement and Domestic Transformation
INTR8062 Humanitarianism in World Politics
INTR8064 Gender, War, and Justice in South and Southeast Asia
INTR8068 Making Foreign Policy
INTR8070 International Organization
MEAS8111 Islam, the West and International Terrorism
MEAS8112 Dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
MEAS8115 Islam in World Politics
NSPO8006 National Security Policymaking
NSPO8010 Civil-Military Relations
NSPO8015 Asian Regionalism and Security: Implications for Australia
NSPO8016 Governance, State Weakness and Human Security in Asia
NSPO8017 Malicious Networks: Transnational Terrorism and Crime
POGO8045 International Policy Making in the Shadow of the Future
POLS8003 Culture and Development in Latin America
POLS8031 Globalisation: Theories, Issues, Debates
POLS8032 Globalization: the Interaction of Economics and Politics
A Bachelor degree or international equivalent with a 70% average.
All applicants must meet the University's English Language Admission Requirements for Students
Applicants with a Bachelor Degree or Graduate Certificate in a cognate discipline may be eligible for 24 units (one semester) of credit.
Applicants with a Graduate Diploma or Honours in a cognate discipline may be eligible for 48 units (one year) of credit.
Economics, History, International Relations, Political Science, Public Administration, Public Policy, Social Science, Sociology, Strategic Studies.
- Annual indicative fee for domestic students
For more information see: http://www.anu.edu.au/students/program-administration/costs-fees
- Annual indicative fee for international students
For further information on International Tuition Fees see: https://www.anu.edu.au/students/program-administration/fees-payments/international-tuition-fees
ANU offers a wide range of scholarships to students to assist with the cost of their studies.
Eligibility to apply for ANU scholarships varies depending on the specifics of the scholarship and can be categorised by the type of student you are. Specific scholarship application process information is included in the relevant scholarship listing.
For further information see the Scholarships website.
Studying international relations at ANU means you will be studying the best program of its kind in Australia and graduating with one of the most respected degrees in this field in the world.
The Master of International Relations is the only international relations program in Australia to focus on the Asia Pacific, and encourages you to engage with emerging ideas and practices from across our region through face-to-face seminars with globally-recognised experts.
ANU provides you with more choice for your entrance score by offering the new Flexible Double Degree program.
The ANU Flexible Double Degree lets you build skills for your chosen career without forfeiting your passion. It's your choice to build a double degree partnership that suits your head and your heart.http://students.anu.edu.au/applications/
NEW program - available for applications commencing from Summer Session, 2015
Employment OpportunitiesIdeal for careers in the foreign ministries and in the international sections of other ministries - for example Australia Awards, Defence, Prime Minister and Cabinet, Immigration, Trade, Environment; IGOs - United Nations, World Bank and International Monetary Fund; Journalism and NGOs such as the Red Cross.
Upon successful completion, students will have the skills and knowledge to:
- Discuss the dynamics of contemporary international relations, especially in the Asia-Pacific region;
- Discuss the key theories for the analysis of contemporary international relations;
- Use international relations theory to reflect upon contemporary problems in areas such as international security, global governance, international political economy or human rights;
- Conduct high-level research and writing to undertake self-directed study in international relations;
- Analyse new areas of concern in both scholarly and policy-relevant terms;
- Communicate their findings in academic and practical contexts, justifying their approach and methods in appropriate.
Politics, political science, international relations, history, sociology, economics, public policy, public administration, strategic studies, social science
Applicants to the Master of International Relations (Advanced) degree are particularly encouraged to apply for the Hedley Bull scholarship which provides a full-fee waiver for the duration of the degree.