I'm in my last year of Arabic and Middle East Studies at Exeter and I'm on track for a first, which I'm really happy about. I chose this degree as I thought it could take me around the world, as well as being very interested in Middle Eastern culture.
I was never intending to do postgraduate study, but I've come into a lot of money from an inheritance (which makes it kind of bittersweet ) so I could fund a Masters and living costs very easily. I've looked into going into diplomatic service as I think it would be a great career. I think doing a MA would help me as my undergrad degree is pretty specialised.
I'm just clueless to what I should do to help me achieve this. International relations seems the obvious choice, but I was wondering if maybe History or postgrad Law would be better?
What postgraduate course should I do for a career as a diplomat? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 30-11-2010 10:38
- 30-11-2010 10:40
and similar areas I would say are useful given the nature of a diplomats work
- 30-11-2010 13:41
First of all, my condolences.
If you're on track for a first, why not look at this:
You might be interested in the Global Governance and Diplomacy MSc programme, just scroll down.