Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
CRICOS: 00025B; 00091C (ICTE)
This two year full-time (or part-time equivalent) dual master's program will enable you to understand the links between international politics and international law. These include how political events can shape international legal decision-making, the impact of law on trade, international security and other political issues, and how politics and law mutually shape each other. In International Relations, your courses introduce the history of the international system, theoretical approaches to international relations, security in the international system and international political economy. In International Law, one compulsory course introduces public international law and the remaining three focus on international law in action, and the nexus between international and domestic law. You'll then choose from a series of elective courses to suit your personal growth and interests.
Standard entry requirements
A bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in a discipline relevant to International Relations: peace and conflict studies, international relations, political science, sociology, cultural studies, history, economics/political economy, anthropology or ethnography, and Law, or A Graduate Certificate in International Relations or Graduate Certificate in International Studies or Graduate Diploma in International Studies from the university, or A bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in any discipline plus a minimum of 3 years of full-time equivalent International Relations-relevant work experience. Applications on the basis of post-secondary study and/or work experience will be individually assessed, and A bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in a discipline relevant to International Law.
|Campus||Fees||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|St Lucia||International: $82,304||Yes|