The School of International Studies launches the fourth edition of ‘The School of International Studies' Applied Workshops on Global Affairs’, an initiative aimed at bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
The three workshops will introduce students to specific problems of international security and global affairs by adopting a practical approach and innovative teaching methods (simulations, debates, role-play, etc.). Instructors are qualified experts and practitioners with direct knowledge in the relevant field. A short description of the programme is available in the download box.
By attending at least two workshops participating students will have one ‘extra credit’ per workshop and will have them registered in their academic transcript of records.
Workshops are scheduled according to the following timetable:
- Workshop ‘Transforming conflict relations – practical skills and strategies’ (14 February h 14.30-17.30 and 15 February h 09.30-12.30) - Vesna Matović (face-to face Workshop)
- Workshop ‘The UN Independent Fact-Finding Mission on Libya and the Quest for Accountability’ (15 February h 14.30-17.30 and 16 February h 09.30-12.30) - Vito Todeschini (on-line Workshop)
- Workshop ‘Writing a Successful PhD Research Proposal’ (17 February h 14.30-17.30 and 18 February h 09.30-12.30) - Tommaso Milani, Lorenzo Piccoli, Matia Vannoni (face-to-face Workshop)
Each workshop is open to max 20 students: registration is mandatory. All the information will be mailed to the students.