Our Teaching Work:

Courses in Diplomatic Arts

(Current and Upcoming)

Clusters and Tailor-Made

 

The world of diplomacy and international relations has never failed to stay a highly demanding place. Customarily, we expect its dwellers to display the brightest schooling, especially when it comes to the gargantuan multifariousness of human cultures and societies.

The conventional system of higher learning, however, is not particularly poised to produce entirely accomplished and unarguably au courant diplomatists.

In consequence, the very individuals aspiring to master the glorious diplomatic profession (in any of its contemporary manifestations) are to make their own journey towards perfection – that is to become what one of the greatest diplomats of the past, the illustrious François de Callières (1645-1717), defined as ‘the enlightened and assiduous negotiator‘.

To assist those who feel the calling for diplomacy or other occupations in international dimension, the Kyiv School of Diplomatic Arts offers a number of course clusters and tailor-made courses.

 

In this connection,
please, take a look at 

the List of Disciplines

we are teaching at the moment
and planning to teach
soon.

 

 


 

Courses

available as of 

Fall 2020 – Spring 2021: 

 

 


Diplomacy:

Theory and Practice


The Different Styles of 

Diplomatic Writing


The Evolution of 

Diplomatic Theory


The History 

of International Relations 

and Diplomacy


The length and, correspondingly, the contents of each course-program vary depending on the needs of our trainees. The School’s catalogue raisonné includes both short and longer versions of the disciplines listed above, as well as their customized combinations.

 

New and Upcoming

Courses:

 


Collective Identities

in International Relations and Diplomacy

Public Diplomacy:

Understanding the Mentalities of the Audiences Abroad

Intercultural Communication,

Cultural Differences,
and Diplomatic Protocol

Diplomacy and

the History of Civility, Manners, and Etiquette


Diplomatic History

of Eastern and East-Central Europe


 

While preparing the study agenda, we consider the level, the line of work, and the career stages of our attendees.

If you are interested in taking our courses for yourself or the employees of your organization, please contact us. We will be delighted to discuss all the issues pertaining to the content and the time frames of the training.

 

 

 

 

 

Post Scriptum 

Monsieur François de Callières,
sieur de Rochelay et de Gigny (1645-1717)
was cited from:
De Callières, François. On the Manner of Negotiating with Princes;
on the Uses of Diplomacy, the Choice of Ministers and Envoys,
and the Personal Qualities Necessary for Success in Missions Abroad
[Translated from the French by A.F. Whyte].
– New York, Boston:
Houghton Mifflin Co., 1919,
p. 12.

 

Inter Alia:

The title page of the 1750 edition of
‘De la manière de négocier avec les souverains,
de l’utilité des négociations, du choix des ambassadeurs et des envoyez,
et des qualitez nécessaires pour reüssir dans ces employs’
(On the Manner of Negotiating with Princes;
on the Uses of Diplomacy, the Choice of Ministers and Envoys,
and the Personal Qualities Necessary for Success
in Missions Abroad)
by Francois de Collieres.

The first (1716) edition
of this classic work on Diplomacy
may be found and read
here.

To enjoy the first English translation
(of the same year)
please follow
this link.