APPLY NOW: Introduction to International Relations & Politics

How does working in the EU and beyond, look like?

From where do I start?

How do International Politics affect the EU and their citizens?

Have a little taste of this in a short course organised by Fondazzjoni IDEAT through which, a series of seasoned speakers will gather to share their experience.

Moving on from your course at the University and looking for a career at the EU institutions? Or perhaps you would like to taste first-hand the impact of international relations on EU policies and how Malta contributes to all of this, this is the course for you.

A short course of only 5 lectures will start on 10th November until  early December. Register your participation by sending an email [email protected].

The sessions will be held in an informal setting ensuring everyone is comfortable asking the right questions and understanding the world of diplomacy and international relations from people who have lived it themselves.

Don’t just read about what happens in Brussels and how the European Parliament is voting this week. Don’t just read about how Turkey and Russia are at the necks of the EU on migration, human rights or energy.

Hear about what happens in the corridors of the EU Institutions in Brussels and how all this impacts every citizen of the globe.

Hear about the various traineeships and work opportunities in Brussels, opening a myriad of opportunities in your career.

The course schedule can be found below:

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