Study Bachelor of International Relations

Current global and regional interdependence means that no nation remains unaffected by developments taking place beyond its borders. National progress now centres on international orientation; businesses, governments and organisations need graduates who are equipped not only with relevant professional skills, but also with expertise specific to international relations.

    What you will study

Bond University’s Bachelor of International Relations programme urges students to consider the interdependence of nations by exploring key, topical issues such as:

  • Diplomacy
  • Genocide
  • Political economy of global development
  • Politically Motivated violence
  • Security and Strategy in the 21st Century
  • Strategic Asia

    Employment prospects

In addition to challenging, rewarding tuition and a high level of academic support, our International Relations course provides students with the opportunity to learn skills relevant to current global issues through work experience and internships with globally-recognised organisations.

In addition to challenging, rewarding tuition and a high level of academic support, our International Relations course provides students with the opportunity to learn skills relevant to current global issues through work experience and internships with globally-recognised organisations.