Casimir Pulaski Foundation Scholarship for International Students is currently closed, the deadline for submitting applications was 9th April 2023. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
PZU Foundation Scholarships for Polish Citizens
In 2016 PZU Foundation and EAD inaugurated the PZU Scholarships project.
With the support of the PZU Foundation, we will grant scholarships to outstanding candidates for the Program of the Academy of Young Diplomats (AYD).
Within this project, a group of local Polish leaders shall receive financial support for their participation in the AYD. This year’s 20th edition will bring together young leaders from over 60 countries who will be educated within 3 unique specializations -in English (International Organizations, International Security, Polish Foreign Service).
The scholarship shall cover the tuition fee for participation in AYD. Please be advised that the scholarship does not cover the costs of accommodation, transportation, and meals during the program.
Deadline 31st August 2023. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
EAD Scholarships for Forum of Young Diplomats (FMD) Members
As part of the cooperation between the Forum of Young Diplomats and the European Academy of Diplomacy, scholarships are awarded to the most committed FMD Members, allowing them to participate in the Academy of Young Diplomats 2023/2024.
To find out more about the eligibility criteria and to apply follow this LINK
Application Deadline September 11 – September 22, 2023, 11:59 pm (CET) (Any applications submitted outside the designated application period will not be considered.)
The results will be announced by the 15th of October, 2023.
The Academy of Young Diplomats is offered only to a selected cohort of approximately 120 promising talents from around the world. Through a highly competitive recruitment process, we admit graduate students and young professionals of the very highest academic caliber and with a proven track-record.
You are an ideal candidate if you care about:
Global openness: You are aware of the common challenges the global community faces and you meet these challenges with engagement. You do not discriminate against other human beings based on religion, ethnicity, race, sex or country of origin.
Social involvement: You contribute dynamically to your communities and society, operating locally, regionally, nationally or globally to improve the well-being of people around you. You might be a member of a volunteer organization, grass-roots initiative, etc.
Professional development: You strive for continuous personal and professional development. You are courageous in undertaking new projects, which move you out of your comfort zone. You show willingness to develop both intellectual capacity and emotional intelligence (empathy, self-awareness and social skills).
Fit in the AYD Participant Profile.
18 years or older.
BA University Degree/Relevant Diploma courses/Relevant work experience
English proficiency, at least C1 level (assessed on a case-by-case basis depending on the interview, we encourage candidates who do not meet this language requirement to still submit their application.).**
Rules and Regulations for AYD Participants 2023/2024 document accepted. SEE HERE
In order to obtain the Executive Diploma in the Art of Diplomacy (EDAD), AYD Participant must meet the following requirements:
Attend at least 6 out of 8 Sessions
Pass the Final Exam
Submit and successfully pass a Policy Paper between 1,000 and 2,000 words.
Tuition Fee Does Not Cover
Accommodation & meals
Visa, insurance & travel expenses
*For Early Birds: 10% discount
Tuition Fee Includes
4 Sessions in Warsaw
4 Online Sessions
All course materials
Inauguration and Graduation Ceremony with VIP Guests
140 hours of hands-on diplomatic training
15 Study Visits
5 Meetings of Leadership Development Groups
Coffee breaks during all live sessions
Executive Diploma in the Art of Diplomacy
Mobile number: (+48) 534 625 606