The course will include analysis of the political situation in Belarus and other post-Soviet countries, theory and practice of politics and diplomacy, foreign and security policy, diplomatic protocol, international law and other topics.
Applications are accepted until September 15th. One of the conditions for participation in the program is being in Warsaw. Classes are scheduled to begin on November 2.
More information about the requirements for candidates and conditions of study — on the official website of the Center for Eastern European Studies at the University of Warsaw.
Let us remind you that in the summer of this year, the first graduation of the diplomat course for New Belarus took place. We expect that graduates will take worthy places in the Belarusian state administration.
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