School of Fundamental Diplomatic Skills 2015, Warsaw, Poland

Deadline:  4 January 2015
Open to: Highly motivated students wishing to complement their university education; Recent graduates wishing to develop often overlooked soft-skills necessary for work in the international community; Young professionals looking to distinguish themselves from their peers
Venue:  2-6 February, 2015, Warsaw, Poland

Description

The School of Fundamental Diplomatic Skills is a course designed for university students, recent graduates and young professionals who recognize the value and necessity of soft skills expected by employers and recruiters from diplomatic and international business sectors. Over 30 intensive hours, participants will engage in simulations, workshops and lectures. Method:

 

  • 30 hours of rigorous, hands-on workshops, simulations and lectures
  • Modern techniques of instruction
  • Unique combination of practice and theory
  • Diverse and multicultural participants, which establishes a forum for exchanging experiences and networking. The European Academy of Diplomacy annually hosts 100s participants from more than 40 countries in our various international programs.

Eligibility

Highly motivated students wishing to complement their university education; Recent graduates wishing to develop often overlooked soft-skills necessary for work in the international community; Young professionals looking to distinguish themselves from their peers

Costs & Scholarships

335 EUR (without accommodation) or 535 EUR (with accommodation). The registration fee includes 5 days of the courses, materials, coffee breaks, lunches and diploma. All participants are expected to arrange their own travel. Limited number of best applicants will receive a scholarship.

Application

Application form needs to be submitted along with the current CV. All applicants will be required to submit a current CV in Europass format.

In order to apply, register HERE.

The official web-page.

 

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