International School of Public and Cultural Diplomacy opened the doors for its second edition taking place in Bucharest between 21st to 25th of November 2016.
During the previous year’s edition we discovered different angles of these two concepts according to the vision, policy and strategy of the countries involved in this project. This year, we would like to focus on the dominant characteristics of the public and cultural diplomacy, such as identity, terminology, source of approach, media environment, mechanisms of dissemination etc.
If you want to discover the activity of an embassy from the inside and to take the pulse of a diplomat daily life, come to explore the public and cultural diplomacy in an interactive and dynamic way. Make your first step towards a diplomatic career!
Institutions involved in the programme: European Public Space and Diplomatic Club
Embassies involved in the programme: Belgium, Finland, Germany, Japan, Montenegro, Poland, the Netherlands, United States
In order to register, read carefully the information below:
Age and nationality requirements: The applicants must be students, young professionals (Bachelor, Master, PhD), members of a student-initiative group or NGO. Applicants of any nationality are encouraged to apply, as long as they are able to express their interest in the Romanian diplomatic relations in their application.
Reference fields: Political Science, International Relations and European Studies, Communication, Social Sciences, Law, Economics, History, Journalism, and other study/work fields applicable if the applicant shows great interest and sufficient experience.
The participation fee, to be paid after the official confirmation of selection, is 75 EUR (covering welcome pack, special welcome evening, final certificate, awards).
Deadline extended: Applications must be sent until 15th of November 2016, midnight CET.
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