Graduate Diploma in International Relations

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Graduate diplomas are offered both on-campus and online by many universities. Traditional on-campus programs offer students a structured educational environment and direct access to instructors. Online courses tend to be more convenient and can be completed from any location.

 

The field of study that combines political science with the intricacies of subjects such as globalization, terrorism, ecological sustainability and global finance is known as international relations. Entities such as nations, states and governments are the main focus.

 

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Graduate Diploma of International Studies

IPU New Zealand
Campus Full time 1 year March 2019 New Zealand Palmerston North

The Graduate Diploma of International Studies (GDIS) is a one-year programme and offers a broad perspective on business, international relations, languages and environmental studies to produce graduates whose skills are relevant to current global requirement. The Graduate Diploma of International Studies (GDIS) is a programme designed to meet the needs of students who have completed a Bachelor’s degree in... [+]

The Graduate Diploma of International Studies (GDIS) is a one-year programme and offers a broad perspective on business, international relations, languages and environmental studies to produce graduates whose skills are relevant to current global requirement.

The Graduate Diploma of International Studies (GDIS) is a programme designed to meet the needs of students who have completed a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline and wish to undertake further studies in specialised international studies.

NZQA Level 7 (You must hold a relevant Bachelor's Degree) Credits 120 credits Duration 3 semesters (minimum) Intake January, April, August Course requirements

You need to complete eight papers at second and third-year undergraduate level (level 6 and 7) that reflect the specialisations within the Bachelor of Contemporary International Studies programme. At least five of these papers must be at level 7). Choose from a range of papers from the International Business, International Relations, Environmental Studies, or Language majors.... [-]