The unique value of Bond’s world-class educational experience can be tangibly measured by the success of our graduates.
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The study of International Relations and Global Politics gives students an in-depth understanding of international politics, economics and culture. This is an invaluable asset for graduates in a wide range of occupations that include (but aren't limited to) the public service - particularly in foreign affairs, trade, defence - and international organizations, international business, and the media. For example, graduates may pursue careers as:
- International public servants (working for the UN, etc)
- Foreign affairs analysts
- Defence analysts
- Immigration specialists
- Intelligence specialists
- Foreign correspondents
- Researchers for the media
Qualifications in International Relations also complement studies in a diversity of related fields such as media and communications, languages, international business, law and much more, enhancing your career opportunities in those areas.
Your Faculty Business Development Manager (Internships and Placements), with the assistance of individual professors can help you arrange industry-based internships and work placements through their network of contacts. The on-campus Career Development Centre offers an additional source of key employer contacts and online job listings on the Career Hub web portal.