Transnational Cultures and Creative Practice

Transnationalism refers to the increasing interconnectedness between people and organisations that transcends the idea of nations. By choosing this major, you will discover and analyse cultural expressions of what it means to live in a transnational world. You will be able to choose from a range of arts, including architecture, painting, cinema, literature, music and dance, and you will be able to build your own areas of focus within the major.

As a Global Studies graduate, you will be a competent global citizen. In addition to language skills and related regional knowledge, your research skills and strong practical knowledge will prepare you for leadership roles in a variety of sectors including foreign affairs, NGOs, international media, education and tourism.

Courses

You will need to pass at least 150 points (10 courses) from those listed above, including at least 45 points (three courses) at Stage III. Each course is worth 15 points.

If you are taking the Bachelor of Global Studies as part of a conjoint programme, you will need to pass at least 120 points (8 courses) from those listed above, including at least 45 points (three courses) at Stage III. Each course is worth 15 points.

Your major must include at least 30 points from ECON 151 or 152, GLOBAL 101, HISTORY 103 and POLITICS 106.

More information about the Bachelor of Global Studies degree structure.

Career opportunities

  • Art consultant
  • Cultural adviser
  • Intercultural communications consultant
  • Journalist