Students currently following the University of Malta's Master/Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Diplomacy, run by DiploFoundation, were last week invited to the University of Malta's Faculty of Arts library by the Dean of the Faculty, Professor Dominic Fenech.
|Students of the Master/PGD in Contemporary Diplomacy with Faculty of Arts dean Professor Dominic Fenech (centre)|
The students – from Bermuda, Indonesia, Kingdom of Swaziland, Malta, Paraguay, and the Philippines – are currently attending a 10-day workshop as part of their Master/PGD in Contemporary Diplomacy.
Professor Fenech’s talk on The Mediterranean: Defined by its Multiple Crises? stimulated a lively discussion among participants.
The Master/PGD in Contemporary Diplomacy is a unique online programme of study which starts with a mandatory 10-day workshop in Malta. The workshop focuses on diplomatic practices such as negotiations, nation branding, e-diplomacy, language and diplomacy, and Internet governance among others. Led by speakers who are expert practitioners in their field, each session engages simulations and hands-on exercises.
Following the workshop, participants continue their studies online, via an online e-platform developed by DiploFoundation. More details about the programme are available here.