Administration of Multilateral and International Organizations

Diplomatic Administration and International Negotiations
Executive MBA: Specially for Business Leaders
Type of studies               Master's degree
Study mode Full-time and part-time
Language english
Duration 2 years (4 semesters)
Price from 1600 EUR per semester

The «Administration of Multilateral and International Organizations» program offers advanced education in the management and governance of global institutions. It focuses on providing students with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate the complexities of international organizations and contribute effectively to their administration and operations.

Topics Covered During Studies

  • Governance Structures of International Organizations: Analyzing the organizational structures, decision-making processes, and governance mechanisms of various multilateral institutions.
  • Policy Analysis and Development: Studying the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of policies within international organizations, with a focus on global issues such as sustainability, human rights, and development.
  • Financial Management and Budgeting: Understanding the financial systems, budgetary processes, and resource allocation mechanisms employed by international organizations.
  • International Law and Diplomacy: Exploring the legal frameworks and diplomatic practices governing the activities of international organizations, including treaty law, diplomatic immunity, and dispute resolution mechanisms.
  • Strategic Planning and Leadership: Developing strategic planning skills and leadership abilities required to navigate the dynamic and complex environment of international organizations.

Knowledge: Students acquire knowledge of the governance structures, policy formulation processes, financial management practices, and legal frameworks relevant to the operation of international organizations.

Skills: Graduates develop skills in policy analysis, financial management, strategic planning, leadership, and diplomatic negotiation, essential for effective administration within multilateral and international organizations.

Competencies: Upon completion of the program, students possess competencies in organizational governance, policy development, financial administration, diplomatic engagement, and strategic leadership, enabling them to excel in managing global institutions

Employment Prospects

  • Program Manager within International Organizations
  • Policy Analyst for Global NGOs
  • Diplomatic Officer in Multilateral Institutions
  • Financial Administrator for International Agencies
  • Project Coordinator in Global Development Initiatives
  • Researcher or Consultant in International Affairs

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