Diplo provides an excellent opportunity, through its affordable and flexible online courses which accommodate even the most hectic schedule of working people.

~ Parasram Gopaul, Counsellor, Mauritius Embassy, Brussels (July 2010)

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Course title Next starting date
21st Century Diplomacy 18 July 2016
Bilateral Diplomacy 2 May 2016
Capacity Development 2016 (TBA)
Children and Mobile Technology TBA (2016)
Climate Change Diplomacy TBA
Consular and Diaspora Diplomacy 3 October 2016
Current Issues in the UN (Multilateral Diplomacy II) TBA
Cybersecurity 3 October 2016
Development Diplomacy 3 October 2016
Diplomacy of Small States 2 May 2016
Diplomatic Law: Privileges and Immunities 18 July 2016
Diplomatic Protocol and Etiquette TBA
Diplomatic Theory and Practice 15 February 2016
E-Diplomacy 2 May 2016
E-Participation TBA
Economic Diplomacy 3 October 2016
Education Diplomacy 15 February 2016
Global Health Diplomacy 2016 (TBA)
History of Internet Governance TBA
Humanitarian Diplomacy 22 February 2016
ICT Policy and Strategic Planning TBA
Infrastructure and Critical Internet Resources 18 July 2016
Intellectual Property Rights TBA
Internet Governance courses Various starting dates
Internet Governance in Africa - An Introduction 14 January 2016
Internet Governance in the MENA Region 3 September 2015
Introduction to Internet Governance 15 February 2016
Language and Diplomacy 3 October 2016
Legal Instruments for the Internet Economy workshop 14 September 2015
Master/Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Diplomacy 1 February 2016
Migration and Development TBA
Multilateral Diplomacy 18 July 2015
Policy Research Methodology course TBA
Privacy and Personal Data Protection TBA
Professional Development workshops: 2015 schedule Various
Public Diplomacy 15 February 2016
The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and Disarmament TBA


Diplo uses a collaborative approach to teaching and learning, involving a high level of interaction with course faculty and other participants. Our courses are part-time and require a minimum of 5-7 hours of study time per week (please see individual course descriptions for specific estimates of required study time).