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Master in Contemporary Diplomacy: Internet Governance Specialisation

  • In General
  • 25 Oct 2018 - 1:15pm
  • By Mark Wamai
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Master in Contemporary Diplomacy: Internet Governance Specialisation. Image:DiploFoundation

Join experienced practitioners, working diplomats, and other international relations professionals to learn about the theoretical and practical building blocks of diplomacy. Our graduates tell us that this blended learning programme lasting 16-20 months helped them to develop personally and advance their careers.

Course topics include: Bilateral Diplomacy; Multilateral Diplomacy; Development Diplomacy; Language and Diplomacy; 21st Century Diplomacy; E-diplomacy; Cybersecurity; Introduction to Internet Governance; Internet Technology and Policy; and more.

Online learning takes place in small groups and is highly interactive, drawing on the experience and knowledge of participants and lecturers. Faculty members include practicing and retired diplomats, academics, and digital policy specialists. Coursework is flexible; within a weekly schedule.

EU accreditation: The Master in Contemporary Diplomacy is recognised worldwide and has European postgraduate accreditation through the Faculty of Arts at the University of Malta.

Scholarships covering 20% to 50% of the course fee are available to applicants from small and developing states.

Deadlines: The next programme begins on 4 February 2019. Please click the link below to apply by Tuesday 30 November 2018.


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