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Summer School - Managing International Relations

Managing International Relations

A new edition of the online Summer School in Managing International Relations – delivered entirely in English!


Those who are already working, or are getting ready to work, in an international environment face a number of key challenges. They have to endeavor to understand the major international political economic and security dynamics in order to be able to forecast the direction they will take in the future. The capabilities needed to accomplish this make for a truly value-added skills set for a globalized world which is increasingly characterized by complex, interconnected issues in constant evolution.

 
Managers in International Relations, whether by choice or necessity, need to be able to deal with a wide range of tasks:

  • Gather and use information at an international level, in order to build a proper knowledge base and to be better prepared to make decisions;
  • Understand political, economic and security changes and their evolution, e.g. Brexit, currency wars, the conflict in Syria and so on;
  • Manage negotiation processes in a multicultural world.

This Managing International Relations course is aimed at university students, young professionals and experienced workers. Participants build up a toolkit which they can use to better understand, analyze and manage international relations.


After successfully holding the online summer school on “Managing International Relations” since 2015, ASERI is now offering the new edition of this summer school course delivered entirely in English.


Two complementary but independent parts to the Managing International Relations course:

PART ONE: an introductory unit delivered as a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course).
Dates: June 14th  – July 18th

Participation in the introductory MOOC is free


PART TWO: a full and complete e-learning course.
Dates: September 13th  – October 25th

Part One (MOOC – free online module) gives the opportunity to explore the course structure, the learning methodology, and see who the instructors are. If you miss the starting date of the MOOC do not worry: the content of this module will also be available for the subsequent e-learning course.

Those who choose to enroll in Part 2 (September) will be given access also to all the materials delivered via MOOC in Part 1.


For the calendar, costs and application procedure, check the menu on the left.

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