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Career Outcomes

Wednesday, 02 July 2014

The M.A. and Ph.D. in International Relations and Diplomacy at AGS qualify you for a broad spectrum of advanced careers related to international affairs.

You can tailor the program to your particular career goals through your Master's thesis or doctoral dissertation topic as well as through program options such as course electivesarea concentrations, and internships. We invite you to contact us to guide you in exploring all the possibilities.

Sectors of employment

  • Government and public services

  • Intergovernmental organizations

  • NGOs, think-tanks and other nonprofit organizations

  • Academia

  • Business, Media, Publishing, and other institutions of the private sector

Possible areas of specialization

  • Foreign affairs and diplomacy

  • Human rights advocacy

  • International development

  • International cooperation

  • Policy making and policy analysis

  • Refugee and migration issues

  • Energy and environmental issues

  • Intelligence and security

  • Social services

  • Conflict resolution and mediation

  • Risk analysis and risk management

  • Humanitarian relief strategy

  • Intercultural management

  • Microfinance

  • Global communications

The M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in International Relations and Diplomacy are also a particularly relevant complement to degrees in Law, Economics, Business Administration (MBA), Public Health, and other fields involving interaction with state and non-state actors at an international level.

See information on our career services

 
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