The Graduate Centre in Governance and International Affairs is a unique collaborative learning hub for the School’s suite of honours and postgraduate coursework programs as well as research higher degrees. Focused on enhancing the student experience, the Graduate Centre provides students with opportunities to participate in masterclasses, practitioner seminars, internships, and international exchanges, and to engage with visiting researchers.
We also house the Rotary Centre for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution, one of only six centres worldwide, which offers up to ten fully-funded Rotary fellowships annually for the Masters of Peace and Conflict Studies.
The Asia-Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (AP R2P) is the only regional centre of its kind dedicated to advancing the responsibility to protect principle through research and policy dialogue.  Launched in February 2008, the Centre is a partnership between the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and The University of Queensland. It has helped achieve significant progress in developing the region’s normative consensus on R2P and in building partnerships and communities of practice across the region.