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Experience International Studies 2021

Experience international studies

A glimpse into studying a Bachelor of International Studies at UQ

Attend class as if you were at university and get a taste of some of the learning experiences you can look forward to when you enrol in a Bachelor of International Studies at UQ.

Learn about global politics and how it affects our everyday lives. From climate change to local and global inequalities and injustices, many of our contemporary problems require new or better political designs, approaches and solutions. 

What's involved?

  • Interactive mini-lecture discussing the UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Workshop on knowledge, power and politics
  • Panel session with students, staff and graduates of the program
  • Goodie bag
  • Tour our world-class campus.

Find out how you can study the only program in Australia that includes language training, an international studies major and a semester abroad.

Walk away with a new understanding of international relations and global politics and find out if a career in international studies is for you!

Who can attend

  • Anyone aged 15 years or over interested in studying international relations, politics, languages, history (domestic or international)
  • Mature-aged students
  • Parents and guardians
  • Career advisors
  • Teachers and principals.

More information

For more information about the event, contact the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at: 

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