Global Studies - A2001
Make the changes you want to see in the world. With the Bachelor of Global Studies, you’ll be able to analyse and break down global challenges, and formulate innovative solutions. This course has been designed for students who want to apply their knowledge and lead social change.
You will be able to expand your learning through one of four specialisations:
- Cultural competence
- International Relations
- International Studies
- Human rights
Integral to the course is a compulsory overseas study component – you have a huge range of countries and international opportunities to choose from through the Global Immersion Guarantee, study tours, or by studying at one of our prestigious partner universities.
The overseas study will give you a more thorough understanding of current challenges facing the global community, and you will develop outstanding skills as a leader and communicator. This will place you in an exceptional position to pursue a career in fields such as politics and government, the environmental sector, international development, foreign affairs, international relations, trade, defence or with non-government organisations (NGOs).
There's also the opportunity to take an internship in a professional working environment. The combination of academic and on-site learning will equip you with skills demanded in the rapidly shifting global environment, such as creativity, communication, cross-cultural collaboration, critical thinking and teamwork.
The Bachelor of Global Studies will give you a rich understanding of the interplay of local, regional and global forces. It will equip you with sharp analytical abilities and the ability to communicate flexible, imaginative and well-informed disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches. These together will enhance your capacity to lead social change.
At a glance
90Note Lowest Selection Rank to which an offer was made
81.2Note Lowest ATAR to which an offer was made
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|Bachelor of Global Studies|