Career options abound for IR graduates in so many diverse fields. This list is not exhaustive and does not explore the full range of career pathways available, but hopefully starts the exploration process.
Are you interested in working for an international organization such as the United Nations or for your country’s government as a diplomat? International Relations is a great place to start that career path.
Non Governmental Organization (NGO)
Be part of the operations of non-profit public organizations that deal with a broad range of international activities, from public health and conflict resolution, to human rights and the environment.
International Relations prepares students for careers in international law: those rules that govern the behaviour of states and their leaders.
Public Relations Specialist
Foreign Aid Worker
Public Policy Analyst
Human Rights Officer
Labour Relations Mediator
Foreign Service Officer
Community Relations Specialist
University Relations Advisor
Social Compliance Analyst