Research-led teaching

As a student in the Master of International Relations, you will have the opportunity to be taught by academic staff who are widely regarded as the leading experts in their respective fields. Our program staff have strong networks with a number of international and local organisations.

A key aim of the degree is to help students make sense of the complexity of international relations by providing the analytical perspectives and skills needed to both see the ‘bigger picture’ and comprehend the detailed aspects of specific issues. All our academic staff teaching in the program are active researchers who incorporate their expertise into the teaching program.

These active partnerships ensure that you will be exposed to the very latest advances in international relations.

These active research links shape our curriculum and ensure its relevance to provide you with the best employment and research opportunities.