As travel and new technologies rapidly make the world more accessible, our need to understand different cultures and governments becomes more important.
Molly Stephen’s interest in the world and interaction between countries led her to study a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice with International Relations (Honours) at Flinders.
“I chose to combine International Relations with law because I was interested in a career in international law or human rights. Once I entered my degree and began studying I realised I was also interested in a governmental career that wasn’t necessarily in the legal field.”
Study at Flinders brings together skilled, passionate teachers and a curriculum designed to make you career-ready. Practical placements will give you that chance to hone your new skills in real world situations.
“The opportunity to gain international work experience made Flinders a natural choice for me. I undertook the Washington Internship Program which was incredible. I also did an internship with the United States Consulate General in Melbourne last year and found learning about diplomacy really fascinating.
For Molly, future focus was a key element of Flinders Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice.
“I have found that Flinders has had a really practical approach as well as a focus on innovation and technology. It is very important to me that Flinders places such an emphasis on emerging technologies and cyber”.