The School of Government, Development and International Affairs hosts three postgraduate Programs. Click on titles below for more information about these Programs and for contact details of Program advisors.
Development Studies -- is a trans-disciplinary postgraduate program that examines how Pacific societies and people interact with global change and enables students to engage in development projects and policy development. The Postgraduate Diploma in Development Studies critically explores how development intersects with economics, globalization, governance, internationalism, regionalism, and urbanization.
Governance Studies -- is a multi-disciplinary postgraduate program concerned with understanding different dimensions of the public governance of society, including the principles and ethics guiding government services, social factors that impact the effectiveness of governance, and how different systems of governance provide incentives and affect peoplesí behaviour.
Diplomacy and International Affairs -- provides students with broad postgraduate training in research and analysis of contemporary politics in the Pacific. Postgraduate courses are designed especially for professionals working in the international or regional arena, such as foreign affairs officers, diplomats, military officers moving into policy positions, and locally-engaged staff working in regional institutions, United Nations agencies and foreign embassies.