Executive Programmes

The Executive Programmes of the Vienna School of International Studies include special courses, summer schools and seminars centering, above all, on EU specific topics. The programmes are shaped to fit the individual interests and needs of the different groups (diplomats, public administration members, international universities, companies, etc.). Furthermore, the DA offers support and training for states preparing for their upcoming EU presidency.

Should your institution or company and others be interested in tailor-made programmes, please contact our team.


 

Inter-University Summer School on EU Policy-Making 2019

Institute for European Studies at Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Diplomatische Akademie Wien – Vienna School of International Studies, University of Vienna

(1 - 12 July 2019)
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ETP Southeast Europe 2019 "European and International Affairs"

OEZAExecutive Training Programme for Public Officials and Junior Diplomats from Southeast Europe
(15 July - 2 August 2019)

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Summer Course 2019

The Summer Course of the Vienna School of International Studies offers intensive German classes for learners of all levels – from beginners to advanced, everybody can find a course suitable to the individual requirements. Classes are taught in small groups by a team of highly experienced trainers specially qualified for teaching “German as a Foreign Language”. By means of creative language learning, research projects and leisure activities students can discover Austria in all facets as well as apply the new language skills acquired during classes. Additionally, lectures and excursions give participants the opportunity to learn about Austrian politics, history, society and culture.
(5 - 30 August 2019)
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ETP Black Sea Region 2019 "European and International Affairs"

OEZA

Executive Training Programme for Public Officials and Junior Diplomats from the Black Sea Region and South Caucasus
(12 August - 6 September 2019)
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