Diplomat

Diplomatic service officers promote and protect Australia’s interests and citizens overseas, and provide advice on foreign policy.

Diplomat

Diplomat

Roles and responsibilities

What does a Diplomat do?
Diplomats may perform the following tasks:
  • monitoring political and economic developments in other countries
  • representing Australia in government and the media
  • assisting Australian citizens in other countries
  • processing visa applications for people overseas who wish to come to Australia.
What personal requirements will you need?
  • an interest in international affairs
  • a willingness to work anywhere in the world
  • initiative and quick thinking
  • good problem-solving skills
  • excellent written and spoken communication skills
  • the ability to get on with people from all societies and cultures.
What does a Diplomat do?
Diplomats may perform the following tasks:
  • monitoring political and economic developments in other countries
  • representing Australia in government and the media
  • assisting Australian citizens in other countries
  • processing visa applications for people overseas who wish to come to Australia.
What personal requirements will you need?
  • an interest in international affairs
  • a willingness to work anywhere in the world
  • initiative and quick thinking
  • good problem-solving skills
  • excellent written and spoken communication skills
  • the ability to get on with people from all societies and cultures.
Undergraduate Courses To Become

Diplomat

Postgraduate Courses To Become

Diplomat