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The new year is a busy time for students and people thinking of a career change. As organisations open applications for graduate programs, prospective students and young professionals will have an opportunity to think about what comes next - a career in the public service, or possibly the private sector? While a career in diplomacy comes to mind when thinking about an international relations degree, the underpinning skills can open doors in other fields, such as defence, security and research.


Join John Bruni, founder and CEO of SAGE International, and David Olney, analyst, consultant, lecturer and podcaster, as they reflect on their own experience in international relations, and discuss how to make a career out of international relations and related areas outside of academia.


Part of our regular 'Diplomacy at the Bar' series, where knowledge, networking and a glass of wine coalesce for a more relaxed way to get involved in international affairs. We hope you come along to join the conversation and get to know some fellow international affairs aficionados at Adelaide's local favourite, The Howling Owl.


Note: This is an in-person event only; food provided by AIIA SA.

Dec 6, 2022

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (GMT +10:30)

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The Howling Owl
10 Vaughan Place
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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