Course code: #SCB201
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With the Bachelor of Politics and International Relations degree at the University of Canberra, you'll gain a solid knowledge of the principles, concepts and issues shaping the world around us.
Explore present-day issues in politics and policy, including national security, the challenges of modern terrorism, the concept of democratically informed citizenship, and contemporary regional politics in the Asia Pacific and global contexts.
During your course, you’ll engage in focused discussions of major issues, such as counter-terrorism, human security, global governance, foreign aid, transnational crime, war, energy security, regionalisation, cybercrime and the rise of populism.
You’ll graduate able to demonstrate a high level of theoretical and empirical analysis and interpretation of world events and issues, ready for an exciting future in politics or international relations.
The structure and content of this degree have been informed by the needs of employers and industry specialists, making it relevant to successful employment and career outcomes.
It includes Work Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities in the form of internships, capstone units, workplace simulations and Study Abroad opportunities.
The discipline-based professional practice units have been developed in association with the Australian Political Studies Association (APSA), The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) and the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA).
The degree also has its dedicated student association – PIRaNaS (Politics, International Relations and National Security).
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,700|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,250|
UC College offers English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) at the University of Canberra College English Language Centre (UCCELC), conveniently located on the Bruce campus in Canberra.
|Course||Entry requirement||Lead to|
|General English||IELTS 4.0||(AE1)|
|Academic English1(AE1)||IELTS 4.5||(AE2)|
|Academic English2(AE2)||IELTS 5.0||(AE3)|
|Academic English3(AE3)||IELTS 5.5|
UC undergraduate degrees
|Academic English4(AE14)||IELTS 6.0||University’s Master’s degrees|
Admission to this course is based on an entrance rank. A rank can be achieved by the following means:
If you’re an international student who hasn’t met the University of Canberra’s entry requirements for your preferred UC undergraduate degree, the International Foundation Studies program is an accredited pre-university Pathways program that can help you achieve your goal of university education.
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