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- 10 months
- 5-8 hours a week
- 2,600 USD
- Start date
- 10 October 2021
- End date
- 6 July 2021
The Online Diploma in Multilateral Diplomacy is a unique opportunity for both students wanting to pursue a career in international relations, and professionals seeking to expand their knowledge on international affairs and strengthen their capacities in the field of multilateral diplomacy.
About this course
Using internet-based training, UNITAR brings participants and trainers together in a unique virtual learning environment. All courses build on UNITAR’s wealth of experience in designing and implementing training workshops on diplomacy and multilateral affairs at the country and regional levels. e-Learning provides specific advantages for geographically and time constrained individuals to obtain valuable information for their day-to-day operations and future projects.
To be awarded the Online Diploma, participants are required to participate and succesfully complete 4 out of 6 online courses offered by UNITAR’s Multilateral Diplomacy Programme Unit from February 2020 to November 2020 and submit a Final Research Paper.
The e-Learning courses the students can choose from are:
- Public and Cultural Diplomacy
- Diplomacy 4.0
- Cosmopolitan Communication
- The Art of Speechwriting
- United Nations Protocol
- Overcoming Negotiation Deadlocks
All courses last between 4 to 6 weeks. The average workload for an individual course is 5 – 8 study hours per week.
The final requirement to obtain the Online Diploma in Multilateral Diplomacy will be the submission of a research paper of between 3,000 and 5,000 words.
The Online Diploma is designed for government officials, diplomats, private sector specialists, practitioners in the international arena, academics, students or any interested participants.
After completing the Diploma, students should be able to :
- Demonstrate a comprehensive, substantive and practical knowledge of the current challenges in international affairs and diplomacy;
- Perform in both bilateral and multilateral working environments with increased confidence;
- Develop analytical skills and critical thinking;
- Advance their career through the acquisition of skills that are highly valued in an international working environment.
Mr. Rabih El-Haddad, Director, Division for Multilateral Diplomacy, UNITAR
United Nations Institute for Training and Research
Dr. Elizabeth Colton, Dr. Daniel Rajmil Bonet, Ms. Patricia Martín de Briones
Mr. Rabih El-Haddad, Director, Division for Multilateral Diplomacy, UNITAR United Nations Institute for Training and Research
Dr. Elizabeth Colton, Dr. Daniel Rajmil Bonet, Ms. Patricia Martín de Briones UNITAR, UOC