Postgraduate Information Session
Do you want to advance your international career prospects? Increase your understanding of American politics, foreign policy, business, media and culture?
Then come to our Postgraduate Information Evening and learn how to launch your international career with the Master of US Studies.
A high-level understanding of the US and its role in the world is essential to pursuing any career on the international stage. Whether your background is in the humanities, business or law, the Master of US Studies will give you the opportunity to advance and contextualise your international career.
The Master of US Studies is more than just a degree. You will have unprecedented access to the academic and professional networks that the United States Studies Centre has leveraged in Australia and the US. This includes internship opportunities on Capitol Hill through our advanced degree program.
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Past information sessions:
- 2015 Postgraduate Information Session: How to end a war
- 2015 Postgraduate Information Session: Police violence and protest in America
- 2014 Postgraduate Information Session: TV Nation
- 2013 Postgraduate Information Session: What next for the US in Syria?
- 2012 Postgraduate Information Session: America at a crossroad
- 2011 Postgraduate Information Session: With special guest Bob Carr
VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS
Centre visitor Ying Ma, who was a top advisor to the Ben Carson campaign, looks at how Carson connected with voters and why Donald Trump is resonating.
As Clinton and Trump emerge as the presumptive nominees for the Democratic and Republican parties respectively, Tom Switzer looks at the race ahead.