What qualifications do i need to work at an embassy ?

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I think I want to work at an embassy but I can hardly find any information on this. I am thinking of taking Law so that I have a back up and as it links with the job of working at an embassy but please can anyone send me some useful links or give me some advice as I am really struggling since I don't necessarily want to work in Law as it is a competitive field.
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(Original post by aji2019)
Hello,
I think I want to work at an embassy but I can hardly find any information on this. I am thinking of taking Law so that I have a back up and as it links with the job of working at an embassy but please can anyone send me some useful links or give me some advice as I am really struggling since I don't necessarily want to work in Law as it is a competitive field.
Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office.
Civil service and have the qualifications for the job + security clearance .
https://www.gov.uk/government/organi...ut/recruitment
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https://www.faststream.gov.uk/diplom...ice/index.html
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Thank you !
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Does anyone know what Degrees are suited to work within this field ?
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Does anyone know what Degrees are suited to work within this field ?
pretty sure that there are no specific required degrees

a law degree will serve you fine

there's probably a better forum to be asking this question on... no reason why a law student should know or care about any of this
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pretty sure that there are no specific required degrees

a law degree will serve you fine

there's probably a better forum to be asking this question on... no reason why a law student should know or care about any of this
no need to be so rude about it, it automatically put this within a forum and I let it be as technically it is regarding Law as I am asking about the relevance of the degree. Please learn to be kinder. Have a good day !
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no need to be so rude about it, it automatically put this within a forum and I let it be as technically it is regarding Law as I am asking about the relevance of the degree. Please learn to be kinder. Have a good day !
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=512
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no need to be so rude about it, it automatically put this within a forum and I let it be as technically it is regarding Law as I am asking about the relevance of the degree. Please learn to be kinder. Have a good day !
I’m no expert but i’m guessing that international relations/politics/something languages related might be helpful to getting a career in an embassy.
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