University of New South Wales, Australia

Master International Relations - Máster en Relaciones Internacionales

University of New South Wales, Australia
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  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial en New South Wales
  • Precio:
  • Comienzo:
    Información no disponible
  • Lugar:
    UNSW Australia International Centre, East Wing, Red Centre Building
    New South Wales 2052
  • Duración:
    2 Años
  • Idioma:
    El Master se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Master International Relations


Studying International Relations (IR) at UNSW will equip you with a strong theoretical and practical understanding of contemporary world politics. The program is designed to introduce you to the main theories and theoretical traditions developed to explain the practices and processes of world politics. You will explore the main theories that have been developed to explain such politics, examining how particular theories organise and shape our view of, and ability to act in, the world. These theoretical insights provide the tools to explain various influences on the behaviour of states and other international actors.

The Master of International Relations (MIR) will extend and deepen your existing skills, knowledge and understanding of world politics as well as teaching advanced skills in research and analytical thinking. The program offers the opportunity to analyse issues such as the global economy and environment, international law and diplomacy, international and regional institutions, the conduct of war and the pursuit of international peace and security.


Completion of a recognized bachelor degree
Meet English requirements.

* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.


1. Advanced disciplinary knowledge

Graduates will have acquired an advanced knowledge of International Relations and an ability to apply this in a range of international contexts and environments.

2. Research-based learning

Graduates will have developed an understanding of how new knowledge is produced and deeper knowledge acquired in and for International Relations.

3. Cognitive skills and critical thinking

Graduates will have developed advanced critical thinking and problem solving skills applicable to a range of international environments and practices.

4. Communication and adaptive skills

Graduates will be able to communicate complex ideas to a range of audiences, undertake both independent and collaborative enquiry, apply technical skills and be adaptive learners and practitioners.

5. Global outlook

Graduates will gain an awareness of local and global dimensions of International Relation Studies.


MIR 1.5 year (72 UOC) stream
1.Core Courses (30 UOC)
2.Prescribed Research Courses (6 - 18 UOC)
3.Prescribed Electives (24 - 36 UOC)

MIR 1 year (48 UOC) stream
1.Core Courses (18 UOC)
2.Prescribed Research Courses (6 - 18 UOC)
3.Prescribed Electives (12 - 24 UOC)

ARTS5503 Academic Writing (6 UOC)
This course can be taken as an additional course for students wishing to develop their academic writing skills. It will not count towards the program requirements. Click here for further details about the course.

Salidas profesionales

Graduates can be found in a range of challenging and high-profile roles, both in Australia and internationally, including:
•Public sector: AusAid, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Immigration and Citizenship Affairs in Australia; Ministry of External Affairs (Mexico), Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Norway), Ministry of Defence (Singapore)
•Private sector: media organisations, industry and financial services
•Non-government organisations in countries such as Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Tonga
•The program is also a gateway for higher research in International Relations.

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