INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE PROGRAM

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University of Queensland

University of Queensland is one of the most prestigious universities in Australia and is situated in the bustling city of Brisbane. The courses offered are more suited for students concentrating in Global Politics and Security. However, those from the International Political Economy and Peace Studies concentrations may benefit from the wide variety of courses offered by UQ.

Program: Student Exchange

 

Duration:

1 Semester

 

Minimum GPA:

3.00

Tuition:

paid at home

institution

Quota:

2 students /year

Minimum TOEFL:

93 overall (IBT)

Living cost:

± AUD 1,000 – 1,500

/month

Deadlines:
Semester 1
(February-June): September 30 (previous year)

 

Minimum IELTS:

6.5 overall

Insurance:

OSHC by Allianz

Global Assistance

Semester 2 (July- (paid to UQ)
November): February
28 (the same year)

  Entry Requirements:               

  • Students must be officially nominated by the home institution.
  • Student must complete the application documents, which consist of application form, an up-to-date of- ficial academic transcript in English, proof of English language proficiency, and a letter of nomination from the IUP-IR office.

Fees and Living Cost                 

Tuition fee                          waived by host institution, paid at home institution

Living cost                             ± AUD 1,500 /month

Details:                                                                                
Accommodation                  AUD 600 – 1,200 /month

Meals                                     AUD 300 – 400 /month

Transportation                    AUD 150 /month

Credit Transfer

 

UQ

 

Grade

 

IUP-IR

 

Grade

7 High Distinction (HD) A

 

Amat Baik

6 Distinction (DN) A
5 Credit (CR) A/B
4 Pass (P) B Cukup

Courses Offered                           

(2 credits at UQ =  3  SKS  at  UGM)

Introduction to Australian Political Institutions

Introduction to Politics & Public Policy

Introduction to International Relations

Introduction to Political Ideas

Introduction to Peace and Conflict Analysis

Introduction to International Inequality & Development

European Political Issues

Politics of Peacebuilding

Indigenous Politics and Policy

Politics & the Media

Politics of Law & Justice in Australia

Political Leadership

Australian Foreign Policy

Problems of Asia-Pacific Security

Strategic Studies

International Organizations & Political Cooperation

Political Thought: Plato to Modernity

Politics & the Economy

Ethnic Conflict & Nationalism

World Women: International Perspectives on Politics & Culture

Terrorism and Counterinsurgency

The United States and the Evolving World Order