International Business Administration Strategies
Administration of Multilateral and International Organizations
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 «Diplomatic Administration and International Negotiations» program provides students with comprehensive training in diplomatic practices, international relations, and negotiation strategies. It prepares individuals for careers in diplomacy, international organizations, and related fields by developing their analytical, communication, and negotiation skills.

Topics Covered During Studies

  • Diplomatic Protocol and Etiquette: Understanding diplomatic norms, procedures, and practices in bilateral and multilateral contexts.
  • International Relations Theory: Exploring theoretical frameworks and key concepts in international relations, including realism, liberalism, and constructivism.
  • Negotiation Theory and Practice: Learning negotiation techniques, conflict resolution strategies, and effective communication skills for diplomatic settings.
  • Diplomatic Law and International Agreements: Studying the legal foundations of diplomacy, treaty negotiation, and compliance with international agreements.
  • Crisis Management and Diplomatic Strategy: Analyzing crisis situations, developing diplomatic responses, and crafting strategic approaches to address international challenges

Knowledge: Students gain knowledge of diplomatic protocols, international relations theories, negotiation principles, diplomatic law, and crisis management strategies relevant to diplomatic practice.

Skills: Graduates develop skills in diplomatic communication, negotiation, conflict resolution, crisis management, and strategic thinking, essential for effective diplomatic engagement and international negotiations.

Competencies: Upon completion of the program, students acquire competencies in diplomatic protocol adherence, cross-cultural communication, negotiation tactics, legal analysis, and crisis diplomacy, enabling them to navigate complex diplomatic scenarios successfully.

Employment Prospects

  • Diplomat
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • International Relations Specialist
  • Policy Analyst
  • Diplomatic Consultant
  • International Organization Office

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