african school of diplomacy and international relations

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WHO we are

Diplomatic education

In the Africa School of Diplomacy and International Relations, we’re all about resilience, unity, and getting along. We believe in using our cultural wisdom to understand the world and make it a fairer place. We’re big on talking things out, making sure everyone’s voice is heard, and working together. Our roots are deep in Africa, but our vision is global. We’re here to build bridges, make friends across borders, and create a world where talking things out is the best way to get things done, and kindness is the name of the game.

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WHAT ASDIR OFFERS

Cutting Edge Courses in Diplomacy

Cutting-edge courses in diplomacy, international relations, and global affairs. 

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  1. Practical training and opportunities to engage with real-world diplomatic challenges.

Practical Training Opportunities

Practical training and opportunities to engage with real-world diplomatic challenges.

A Vibrant and Diverse Community

A vibrant and diverse community of students from across Africa and beyond.

Networking Events with Diplomats

Networking events with diplomats, professionals, and experts from international organizations.

Access to a rich Library

Access to a rich library and research resources on diplomacy and global affairs.

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The African School of Diplomacy and International Relations embodies a unique blend of tradition and innovation in educating future global leaders. Rooted in Africa’s diverse heritage, it fosters a deep understanding of regional dynamics alongside a global perspective. With a focus on practical skills and real-world experiences, students engage in simulated diplomatic negotiations, cultural exchanges, and fieldwork, preparing them for the complexities of international relations. Emphasizing inclusivity and collaboration, the school cultivates a network of diplomats and scholars committed to shaping a more equitable and peaceful world. Its interdisciplinary approach equips graduates with the tools to navigate today’s complex geopolitical landscape effectively.

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Best Diplomatic careers for the emerging world

Intelligence Analyst

Diplomat

International Development Specialist

Foreign Service Officer

International Humanitarian Aid Worker

International Trade Specialist

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17-19 APRIL, 2024

1. EXECUTIVE MASTERS

22-24 May, 2024

2. EXECUTIVE MASTERS

28-31 JUly, 2024

3. RWANDA TOUR

23-25 JULY, 2024

4. EXECUTIVE MASTERS

27-29 augUST, 2024

5. EXECUTIVE MASTERS

17-19 SEPTEMBER, 2024

6. Executive Masters

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Our focus at the African School of Diplomacy and International Relations is to cultivate a nuanced understanding of global affairs rooted in Africa’s rich cultural context. Through experiential learning and interdisciplinary study, we empower students to navigate complex diplomatic challenges with insight and empathy. Our emphasis on collaboration and inclusive dialogue prepares future leaders to champion justice, cooperation, and sustainable development on the world stage.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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Admissions at the African School of Diplomacy and International Relations welcome all eager learners committed to advancing Africa’s prosperity through diplomacy and international relations. Regardless of background, we invite passionate individuals to join our inclusive community dedicated to shaping a brighter future for Africa and the world through education and dialogue.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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