This master’s degree course aims to prepare students to pass the entrance examination for a diplomatic career and to develop the skills to actively engage in politics in order to meet the needs of the community and interact with cultural associations, government bodies and international organisations.
In particular, the master’s degree course aims to provide high level training in Public International Law and European Union Law, the history of international relations, economic policy and political economy, and prefers to select candidates with skills in English and other languages.
The course is divided into modules and combines theoretical classes with seminars and workshops due to the acclaimed experience of the professors and international experts as well as representatives of the political institutional, financial and industrial spheres. When they have completed the master’s degree course, students are offered an internship in public institutions or private and international organisations.
The Foundation awards thirty scholarships, twenty of which fully cover tuition fees and ten partially cover said fees.