Asian and Pacific Studies

With Australia’s economic, political and strategic future increasingly linked to the Asia Pacific region, professionals across a range of sectors are seeking to upskill their vocational expertise on the languages, cultures, economies, histories, politics and societies of our neighbours.

Enquire now to find out how the Master of Asian and Pacific Studies can give you access to the widest range of graduate Asian and Pacific Studies courses available in Australia. The College also has the largest concentration of Asia Pacific researchers and scholars outside of Asia itself, teaches the broadest range of Asia Pacific languages, and is recognised as a world leader in teaching and research on the region.

Visit Programs and Courses for full program requirements, study options and course information.

 

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Stephen Rowcliffe

Staying connected

“If people are working in government and they’re working in the Asian context, certainly something like the Master of Asia Pacific Studies would be very relevant.”

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Anthony Tan

History in the making

"ANU is one of the premier institutions on the Pacific. A lot of the scholars here, when you read a book on the Pacific, they’re the ones who wrote it."

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