Andrew Carter is Trade Commissioner (Education) (Greater China), based at the Australian Embassy in Beijing.
Andrew is responsible for the overall leadership and direction of Austrade’s promotion of Australian international education across Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. He is an advocate for Australian international education and works to support the interests of Australian providers in the region.
Previously in Austrade Andrew has led a policy and ministerial team in Canberra and served in trade and investment roles in New York and Washington DC. Prior to joining Austrade in 2015, Andrew has worked for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Department of Defence and the Department of Agriculture.
Andrew is admitted to practise law in New South Wales, and has a Masters in International Law (with Merit) from the Australian National University and bachelor degrees in Arts and Law from the University of Newcastle.