Postgraduate politics and international relations course information webinar

Course information webinars 2021

Thursday 21 October

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Join us for an interactive discussion around how to examine key contemporary issues in a global context, with a postgraduate qualification in international relations. Hear from our course team, who are experts in the industry, engaged in contemporary research and working to improve the quality of learning, to make a positive impact in Australia and around the world.

You may also be interested in exploring the close relations between government, the private sector and the community. Postgraduate politics and policy studies at Deakin emphasise a dual focus on politics and public policy and offer a wide range of core and elective units to appeal to public sector, business, NGO and community sector managers and leaders, and those wishing to acquire new skills.

In this online course information session you'll learn about Deakin’s postgraduate international relations and politics and policy courses including:

  • Graduate Certificate of International Relations
  • Graduate Certificate of Politics and Policy
  • Master of International Relations
  • Master of Politics and Policy

Hear from our course experts about entry requirements, course details, career opportunities and more.


Associate Professor Steven Slaughter

Steven Slaughter is Course Director for International Relations within Deakin’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences. He is currently working on projects relating to the application of republican thought to contemporary global governance, and the role that the G20 plays with respect to addressing social issues such as climate change, sustainable development and global health.

Dr Maria Rae

Dr Maria Rae is Course Director for Politics and Policy within Deakin’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Her doctoral thesis was on the role of the mainstream media in post-conflict societies and how victims and advocates use it as a democratic space to negotiate, challenge and resist discourses about a just future.

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