The AYD specializations are designed to meet various interests of our participants. The aim of these tailored workshops is to prepare our participants to the career path they chose.

Europaflagge

This path is dedicated to participants interested in the career in the European Union institutions or international organizations or business.

 

Skill Labs will include:

  • EU Decision Making Process

  • Working in EU

  • Introduction to Security Systems – UN

  • International Humanitarian AID

  • Working for Multilateral Organization (NATO)

  • International Multilateral Negotiation

  • E-diplomacy

  • Diplomatic Protocol & Correspondence

  • Savoir – vivre

  • Public Speaking

  • Public Diplomacy

Please note that the program might be slightly changed.

Praca w MSZ

This path is dedicated to participants interested in applying for diplomatic-consular apprenticeship at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland. During this specialization, participants learn the detailed structure of Polish MFA, everyday duties of a diplomat and realization process of public diplomacy tasks, including use of cultural, sport and other forms of creative diplomacy.

 

Skill Labs will include:

  • Diplomatic – Consular Application

  • Public Diplomacy

  • National Branding

  • Economic Diplomacy

  • Diplomatic Protocol & Correspondence

  • Savoir – vivre

  • Public Speaking

  • Working with Media

  • Leadership

  • E-diplomacy

  • Cross-Cultural Communication

Please note that the program might be slightly changed.

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NATO Summit Meeting in Prague, Czech Republic
North Atlantic Council Meeting at the level of Heads of State and Government.
North Atlantic Council Meeting with Invitees at the level of Heads of State and Government.
- General View

This path provides a broad framework for understanding the main principles of international security. Throughout the duration of the Program participants will learn major concepts, theories and acquire knowledge in the field of international security, as well as gain experience of using it in empirical cases. It is a particularly relevant path for participants who want to advance in their career in analytical centers, government, public administration, military, private military contractors, law enforce bodies, international organizations and think tanks.

 

Skill Labs will include:

  • Introduction to International Security

  • NATO & Air Policing

  • UN, NATO and the EU in Crisis Management

  • Diplomatic Protocol & Correspondence

  • Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

  • Asymmetrical Threats and Terrorism

  • Public Diplomacy

  • Savoir – vivre

  • NATO after the Warsaw Summit

  • Energy Security

  • Public Speaking

Please note that the program might be slightly changed.