Participants’ profile

The Master in Advanced Public and Cultural Diplomacy for International Relations (MAPCD)welcomes students with a background in international relations, economics, law and humanities, who have a marked interest in international political and cultural dynamics and wish to learn within an international environment with talented students coming from all over the world.

The maximum number of admitted students is limited to 25, in order to ensure high quality learning and interaction with the Faculty.


Entry Requirements

In order to be admitted to the Master Program candidates must have:

  • Completion of a degree, Bachelor's (or, preferably, a Master's degree), in the following disciplinary areas: Political Science, International Relations, Public Policy, Social Sciences, International Law, Humanities, Visual and performing arts, Arts Management, Foreign Languages, Communication etc.
  • English proficiency 
  • Strong motivation 

Work experiences in companies and institutions such as NGOs, Public administration, Non-profit organisations, etc., preferably with an international dimension, will be positively evaluated.

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