All Postgraduate student profiles

Patrick Wall

Patrick Wall

The understanding of international dynamics, global governance mechanisms and diplomatic practice developed through my studies in Diplomacy have been invaluable in my current role working on a multilateral process to develop a 'global compact on refugees.

Elke Larsen

Elke Larsen

My ability to think critically has gained new depth. I had a wonderful mentor who taught me the importance of rigorous methodology. I developed a strong ability to think about how strategy is implemented, and gained a greater confidence in my problem-solving skills. All of these skills have proven useful in my job as a consultant at PwC.

Nathalie Blakely

Nathalie Blakely

I came to ANU to undertake a Master of Strategic Studies after being awarded the New Zealand Defence Freyberg Scholarship. I chose this program because of the world class scholars in the Strategic & Defence Studies Centre. The education I've received here really aligns with what is expected in the sector.

Yuri Handayani

Yuri Handayani

I decided to study at the Dept of IR at ANU as it is well known as the best IR centre in Australia and ranks sixth in the world. I found all the courses interesting, but the 'IR Theory' and 'Human Security' courses are among the best and most challenging ones. These courses forced me to think critically and systematically.

Avnav Nayan Pujara

I came to study International Relations at ANU to fulfill a childhood dream. I always knew that I wanted to study overseas and the first time I saw the ANU campus was such a moment of pride. The program has provided the best academic expertise and amazing opportunities for me to engage in contemporary content as a student.

Meet Christina Griffin

Meet Christina Griffin

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Meet Asuka

Asuka Katsuno

I'm particularly interested in global health policy, and opportunities to contribute with NGOs and humanitarian organisations.

Amy Liu

Amy Liu

Upon the completion of her Master of International and Development Economics at ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, Amy Liu returned to work at the Asian Development Bank Headquarters in Manila, before relocating to Naypyidaw, Myanmar, to commence in her role as Advisor to the Department of Labour.

Meet Bimo Dwi Satrio

Bimo Dwi Satrio

Bimo Dwi Satrio hopes to one day make a difference in tackling the issues of the overuse of pesticides in rice farming in Indonesia.

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