We are happy to announce the date for this year Family Reunion: 30 June - 2 July 2017! We are still finalizing the arrangements for the place & all alumni can contribute to the discussion voting for their preferred location via the poll in EAD Alumni closed group.
On 14th of January 2017 the European Academy of Diplomacy and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung organized, in cooperation with Jagiellonian University, international conference „The EU Migration & Refugee Crisis” which gathered more than 200 young leaders from 40 countries.
Last weekend, around 150 participants took part in first session of Academy of Young Diplomats. On Friday all participants took part in the orientation session, discussed main features of the program and had a chance to meet the European Academy of Diplomacy team.
We are truly happy to announce the Casimir Pulaski Foundation scholarship winners for the 13th edition of the Academy of Young Diplomats: Ms. Maryia Hushcha, Comenius University in Bratislava and Mr. Paweł Brusiło, Wrocław University of Economics.
Last spots available for the School of Advanced Diplomatic Skills! Attend a week of practical sessions, workshops, exercises, develop your soft skills and network with an international group of colleagues. The program includes: public speaking, diplomatic protocol, social media campaigns, multilateral negotiations and policy analysis. For more information and to apply, visit program website.
Recruitment for the 13th edition of the Academy of Young Diplomats is still ongoing. Apply before the end of July and join a group of exceptional international students in Warsaw. AYD program includes 70 hours of skills trainings & workshops, allowing you to polish skills necessary to pursue a career in international environment. As an AYD participant you will meet distinguished guests, politicians and experts as well as your peers from over 15 countries. Upon graduation you will become part of the EAD Alumni Club with over 5000 international members working for ministries, European institutions, international business and organization. More information
Schools of Diplomatic skills are unique opportunity to enhance your public speaking, negotiations and leaderships skills! During a week of intense training in Warsaw you will meet your peers from all over the world to practice intricacies of diplomacy, protocol & international etiquette, improve your social media and presentation skills. More information and application forms are available on the program website.
The European Academy of Diplomacy is honored to announce the recruitment for the 13th edition of our flagship program, the Academy of Young Diplomats. If you are a student or young graduate interested in a career in diplomacy and would like to meet colleagues from over 15 countries, who are preparing to work in European institutions, think-tanks and international organizations, apply for a 13th edition of Academy of Young Diplomats! It’s a unique, diplomatic program which will complement your university experience. For more information visit the AYD website!
Last days of recruitment for our semester English courses preparing to the MFA egzam! 60 hours on C1 or B2 level, courses tailored to participants intersted on international relations, politics and diplomacy. Meetings held twice a week between 17:00 – 20:00. Trainers with years of experience teaching for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Chancellery of the President. For details see: https://diplomats.pl/course/kursy-semestralne/ For more information contact us at email@example.com or +48 22 378 11 97
Newest schedule of EAD’s upcoming workshop activities and scholarships is ready! Over next few months we will host workshops on Eastern Partnership, public speaking, negotiations, diplomatic protocol, EU lobbying, economic diplomacy and many more. For additional information on the topic and scholarships available see Diplomacy Workhops.
We are pleased to announce the completion of International Conference, held on 15th-17th of January in Lublin. The conference titled: “Building the New Central Europe: Visegrad states and Germany” was organized by the European Academy of Diplomacy, Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Faculty of Political Studies of Maria Skłodowska-Curie University in Lublin. The opening lecture titled “A Europe Whole and Free: Unravelling Before Our Very Eyes” was delivered by Mr. Roland Fruedenstein, Policy Director of the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies. The keynote speech primarily focused on the future of the EU and outlined potential scenarios that could impact the future of the EU. The conference was devoted to […]