Bachelor of Arts - International Studies / Bachelor of Management

University of Canberra

The Bachelor of Arts in International Studies degree gives students the opportunity to attain intercultural understandings and develop conceptual knowledge of international issues. Foreign language study provides in-depth cultural insight and an enhanced ability to function at an international level. International Studies investigate the interplay of cultural, political and economic forces in the regional and global arena. A highly recommended international exchange semester provides first-hand international experience. The Bachelor of Management is designed for those who are making, or who plan to make, their careers in management in the business, public and non-governmental sectors. It is suitable both for those who have recently completed secondary studies and for those with some work experience. The course combines conceptual understanding and a practical orientation in Management, with majors in Government and Politics, and Management, Governance and Policy.

Course Fee:

International: $126,000

Entry Requirements:

Year 12 or equivalent


96 credit points

Subjects you can Study:

Entrepreneurial management; Management, governance and policy; Government and politics; International studies; Management; Public sector management

Study Pathways:

Exit awards: Bachelor of Management; Bachelor of Arts in International Studies. Honours is available.

Accepts International Students:


Campus ATAR/OP Adjusted Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Canberra No info No Full time 4 years
UC College, Bruce No info No Full time 4 years
The University of Canberra is located in Australia's national capital. The University provides professionally based undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees. They engage in applied research to support government, business and the professions regionally, nationally and internationally.

Provider CRICOS: 00212K

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