Students

‘Straw man’ sovereignty still has a heartbeat

Beijing feels under siege as Hong Kong protests accused of seeking independence, writes James Giggacher. Well, Beijing's bugle, the 'People's Daily', has...

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A Hong Kong protester defies smoke. Photo by AFP.

Put yourself in the heart of US policy action

Internships in US senate on offer. Applications close 31 October.  For emerging policy-wonks and advisers, getting hands-on experience with the...

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Photo by Arend on flickr.

Historian short-listed for PM's book prize

  Historian Professor Joan Beaumont has been short-listed in the 2014 Prime Minister’s Literary Prize for Australian History for her book Broken Nation:...

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Professor Joan Beaumont. Photo by Penny Bradfield.

Undergraduate

Study programs that lead to a bachelor’s qualification.
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Honours

An extension to a bachelor’s that improves your job prospects and prepares you for further research.
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Graduate coursework

After your bachelor’s, you can go on to study a masters, graduate diploma or graduate certificate degree.
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Graduate research

Graduate research-focused programs across some 17 academic disciplines.
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Exchange & study abroad

Opportunities to study in the Asia Pacific region as part of your degree.
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