Date & time
Study National Security Policy, 5.00pm-6.00pm (AEDT), Monday 10 October 2022
Join the next generation of national security experts at the National Security College (NSC) in 2022.
The National Security College is a joint initiative of the Commonwealth Government and The Australian National University.
Studying at NSC, you will engage with world-leading scholars at the cutting edge of national security research, with the wider national security community, and with leaders in government, politics, business and NGOs in Australia and internationally.
Shape your own security journey and find out how you can lead and contribute to national security strategy development within government, industry and NGOs.
This webinar will provide you with the unique opportunity to hear from academic convenor of NSC, Associate Professor Sue Thompson. Sue will answer your questions and provide you with information about your study options at Crawford School including:
Your expert: Associate Professor Sue Thompson
Associate Professor Sue Thompson is the academic convenor of the National Security College. Sue has extensive experience in academia, government, the media and the non-government sector. Her research specialisation examines the history of regional cooperation in Southeast Asia during the Cold War with a focus on foreign and defence policy influences in the post-war evolution of Southeast Asian regionalism.
This session of the Program Information Webinar Week presents a unique opportunity for you to speak with Sue to find out how you can join a supportive and passionate community of students, alumni and national security practitioners while gaining the knowledge, skills and qualifications necessary for your career development in this arena of national importance.
Student stories: Louisa Bochner
Master of National Security Policy graduate Louisa Bochner was the inaugural recipient of the Office of National Intelligence and National Security College Scholarship for Women. Louisa provides some insight and words of advice for those considering studying national security policy.
“The National Security College opened my eyes to new opportunities. I had no idea about the breadth and scope of national security problems before I started my degree.
If you’re interested in making policy on climate change, technology, energy, cyber security, or foreign interference, all on the backdrop of a rapidly changing international playing field, then this is the degree for you.”
Do you have more questions or require additional information?
Send us an email at «Crawford.Enquiries@anu.edu.au»
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