Foundations of Diplomacy University of Oxford Department of Continuing Education

The Foundations of Diplomacy Course at Oxford University offers a unique blend of academic and highly practical classes. It not only teaches you how to communicate clearly and confidently in spoken and written English, but also helps you to develop superior analytical, critical thinking, and presentation skills. It is aimed at students who are considering a career in diplomacy or intending to work for a government ministry, think tank, NGO or international organisation.

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Our Foundations of Diplomacy at Oxford University is a pre-master's level course and is open to applicants with no previous knowledge of (or experience in) the field of diplomacy/international relations. It would be ideal for you if…

  • you intend to apply for a Master's degree in international relations (or a related field) at a leading British  university
  • already work (or are intending to work) for an international organisation
  • you would like to develop practical skills in public diplomacy
  • you would like to boost your English language proficiency
  • you are looking for a rigorous course to improve your academic writing skills in English

The course offers you a thorough grounding in diplomatic theory and practice, as well as introductory courses in international relations, political economy, politics and ideology, and public international law. It is suitable for students who have no previous knowledge of diplomacy, politics and international relations.

Your course begins with a dynamic one-week Academic and Cultural Orientation programme, followed by two 10-week terms.

  • Good first degree in any subject
  • Minimum of IELTS overall score of 6.5 (or equivalent)
Admission Requirements:
  • Bachelor
Cost of the master: Not declared
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