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Do you want to work effectively with local and global communities using Indigenous knowledge systems to respond to ecological, social and economic challenges? The Wollotuka Institute within the University of Newcastle is committed to the advancement of Indigenous education at a local, national and international level. You could find yourself in a range of vocations that require social innovation and digital excellence, utilising critical Indigenous knowledge to address pressing global issues. This degree is designed to deliver culturally aware and innovative social advocates and is open to all students.
Areas of study: Entrepreneurship and innovation; film, media and cultural studies; global Indigenous studies; governance; policy and political economy; human geography and the environment; human resource management; human services; sociology and anthropology; gender and sexuality studies; information technology; writing studies. Some selected majors are available fully online.
Career opportunities: The Bachelor of Global Indigenous Studies opens doors for jobs in a range of areas in both Indigenous and non-Indigenous organisations internationally. Graduates will pursue rewarding careers in Indigenous affairs and beyond.
Global development worker, organisational cultural, diversity practitioner, start-up entrepreneur, cultural heritage conservationist, social enterprise founder, digital media content producer, community development worker, program innovation consultant, policy and research officer.
Practical experience: A placement course will allow you to apply your theoretical knowledge in a practical setting. This degree is delivered through combined online and face-to-face learning – providing a flexible study program.
Honours: Available as an additional year (or part-time eqv) to students based on merit.
Fees and charges: Refer to University of Newcastle current fee information.
Recommended studies: English Advanced.
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