The Graduate Studies in International Affairs program offers up to four Hedley Bull Scholarships each year for full-time study in the Master of Arts (International Relations) commencing in semester one. Applicants must meet the admission requirements of the Master of Arts (International Relations).
When applying for the MA (International Relations), eligible applicants for the Hedley Bull Scholarship should include a covering letter indicating their interest in being considered for the scholarship and making the case for being granted one. The covering letter together with the application for the MA (International Relations) (including transcripts and three academic references) will be considered as the full application for the scholarship. There is no need to provide a separate application. The scholarship provides a full-fee waiver for three full-time sessions (semesters). This amounts to 48 units of graduate coursework and a 24-unit thesis session.
MA (International Relations) (MAIR) and Master of International Affairs (MIA)
- 832903 / 835903 — Graduate Certificate in International Relations
- 832902 / 833902 / 835902 — Graduate Diploma in International Affairs
- 832901 / 833901 / 835901 — Master of International Affairs
- 832900 / 835900 — Master of Arts (International Relations)
- 832949 — Master of International Affairs / Master of Diplomacy
- 047930C — Master of Arts (International Relations) / Master of Diplomacy
- copies of full academic transcripts (bring originals when enrolling)
- English language proficiency test results (in accordance with Admission Requirements see below)
- list at least one academic referee on your application form who we can contact by email.
Graduate Studies in International Affairs
Department of International Relations
School of International, Political & Strategic Studies
Hedley Bull Centre, Building 130
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200, Australiafax +61 2 6125 7693
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