There’s no better place to study politics, international relations, economic or social policy than Canberra, home of Australian politics, government and policy. As a student at UC, you’ll have the flexibility to explore areas that interest you most, while gaining the knowledge and skills needed to launch a career in the public or private sectors.
Explore present-day issues in politics and policy with experienced teachers and guest lecturers. With government and industry projects, internships, professional practice and networking opportunities, you’ll graduate ready to tackle whatever comes next in your career.
Plus, you’ll have access to our student-led societies, PIRaNaS 和 Economics Student Association. From social events, industry trips, workshops and more, connect with like-minded students and be supported socially and academically in your UC journey.
The home of Australian politics
研究 politics, economics and society in the nation’s political heartland.
Premium student experience
Be supported throughout your degree by our expert academic staff and student-led societies.
Career head start
Gain practical experience and industry contacts while you study, so you can graduate prepared and connected.
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is a core component of all politics, economics and society courses at UC, allowing you to gain professional experience alongside your degree.
UC’s Bachelor of Politics and International Relations and Bachelor of Social and Economic Policy offer a range of internships, that help give you a better understanding of business practice. Step out of the classroom and into the real world with approximately 75 hours of practical experience.
“You can learn content anywhere, but getting real, hands-on experience from tutors who really care about your success is priceless.”
UC acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Bruce campus is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture 和 contribution they make to the life of Canberra 和 region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we gather.