Postgraduate Showcase - Presented by ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
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Become part of a global community of leaders committed to making a difference.
Come along to our postgraduate showcase, hosted by the College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University. This is an excellent opportunity to discover the extensive range of postgraduate programs we offer within the disciplines of international affairs, diplomacy, development, security, policy, governance, sustainability and culture.
Whether you are looking to advance your career, switch to a new field, or simply learn something new, we have a range of programs that cater to your specific interests.
Attendees will have the chance to hear from our alumni and current students, who will share their personal experience and provide you with valuable insights into how our postgraduate programs have helped them achieve their career goals.
Following the panel discussion, you’ll have a chance to speak to our staff about your postgraduate study options.
For more information about our programs visit: asiapacific.anu.edu.au
This is a free event. Registration is essential.
Light refreshments will be served.
Esther is a Program Risk Advisor at Kiah Consulting, where she utilises her expertise to analyse and manage potential risks. In addition to her professional work, Esther is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Regulation and Governance at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.
Asha is the Founder and CEO of Girls Run the World (GRTW), an annual program that empowers young women to connect with the diplomatic community. Her remarkable achievements have earned her the distinguished title of 2022 ACT Young Woman of the Year, a testament to her dedication and hard work. She holds a Bachelor of International Security Studies and a Master’s degree in Diplomacy from the College of Asia and the Pacific.
Tanja is a PhD candidate at the ANU. She works at the ANU Institute for Climate, Energy and Disaster Solutions, contributing to projects examining climate adaptation in the agriculture sector of the Pacific. She has also worked in policy positions at the Murray-Darling Basin Authority and Australian Fisheries Management Authority. Prior to her doctoral studies, Tanja completed a Master’s degree in Climate Change at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.
Jayne works as Assistant Director at the Australian Government Department of Education. Prior to her current position, Jayne worked as a Senior Policy Officer in the same department, where she gained extensive experience in policy development and implementation. In addition to her professional work, Jayne is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Asian and Pacific Studies at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.
Associate Professor Mathew Davies
Associate Dean, Education at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.