Studying International Studies at UQ

Studying International Studies at UQ


The first thing that interested me about
The Bachelor of International Studies was a compulsory exchange semester, so
I knew exactly what I was signing up for. It’s something to look forward to
in your first and second years knowing that you’ll be studying
abroad for part of your third year. A great thing about this degree is that the pairings of
the internationally focused majors and the languages really complement each other. My majors of Indonesian and International Inequality
and Development couldn’t be better suited and I chose UQ because of the fact that it
does have so many humanities subjects so you’re spoilt for choice with your electives as well. International Studies is a differentiation from arts
because you have the opportunity to hone in on what you’re passionate about at that global
level and actually go there and explore. It’s quite easy to plan a degree in International Studies you just need to make sure that you’ll be approved
for the courses that you want to study overseas and have that in mind when you’re
choosing the rest of your subjects. There is so much support and so many resources
from UQ abroad, before and after your travels and ample opportunities to reflect on your
exchange and fit it in to your broader experience.

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