Executive Diploma in Anti-Corruption and Diplomacy
United Nations Institute for Training and Research
International Anti-Corruption Academy
- 5 months
- Seven Modules during 5 months (estimated study time 25-30h monthly). Additional study time depending on participants’ motivation.
- 2,821 EUR
- Start date
- 6 March 2023
- End date
- 30 July 2023
- Registration deadline
- 1 March 2023
The Executive Diploma in Anti-Corruption and Diplomacy (EDACD) programme is a modular training delivered jointly by the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR).
- Sustainable Development Goals
- Quality education
- Peace, justice and strong institutions
- Partnerships for the goals
About this course
The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) has partnered with the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) to launch the second edition of the Executive Diploma in Anti-Corruption and Diplomacy that addresses the nexus and interrelation between Multilateral Diplomacy and Anti-Corruption efforts in today’s increasingly interconnected world. The modular training conducted remotely over the course of 5 months is designed to offer unique insights and reflect one-of-a-kind practical and theoretical approaches to anti-corruption and diplomacy and interdisciplinary subjects such as international relations, ethics, cyber diplomacy, negotiation skills, journalism and more.
In order to be considered for the Executive Diploma in Anti-Corruption and Diplomacy, candidates must be fluent in English, possess a valid passport or national identity cards and have completed an undergraduate degree.Download syllabus
Professionals and young in-career professionals fluent in English, who hold at least an undergraduate degree, and wish to join a governmental organization, non-governmental organization or international organization involved in the field of anti-corruption or other areas where corruption may be a challenge. Applicants should have a background in international relations, diplomacy, anti-corruption, or any other related field.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Comprehend international anti-corruption standards and their implementation, as well as the nexus between diplomacy and anti-corruption;
- Contribute to the prevention of and the fight against corruption;
- Develop, strengthen and use diplomatic skills such as cross-cultural communication, negotiation and similar;
- Interact with and develop a strong network of international professionals;
- Apply acquired skills, knowledge and tools in their respective careers and fields of work.