Programmes and qualifications
Do you want to expand your knowledge and develop your skills and capacities in areas of diplomacy and digital policy? Considering a postgraduate degree in contemporary diplomacy or a professional degree in internet governance? Diplo offers several modes of study designed for busy professionals to meet your interests and needs.
1. Certificate courses
Highly interactive and based on collaborative learning, Diplo online courses on diplomacy and digital policy provide knowledge and skills that immediately benefit participants, ranging from personal capacity development to career advances. Small group sizes emphasise learning together, drawing on the experience and knowledge of participants as well as lecturers, thus extending your professional network.
Our courses are delivered in a way that enables you to design your own study time without taking time off work. They usually require 10 weeks of part-time study, with a minimum of 5 to 7 hours study time per week. Successful participants are awarded a postgraduate-level certificate from Diplo.
Applicants for certificate courses must have:
- An undergraduate university degree; OR relevant work experience and appropriate professional qualifications in diplomacy or international relations.
- Sufficient English language skills to undertake postgraduate level studies.
- Regular internet access (broadband is preferred).
Visit Diplo’s course catalogue page to learn more about specific courses, including duration, fees, and how to apply.
A relevant and applicable look at cybersecurity, taking into account the different aspects of the subject matter. The intuitive e-learning environment allows for informative discussion and interaction between participants and instructors alike. Also, the global composition of both the participants and instructors allows one to gain a useful insight into diverse experiences and views of cybersecurity.
– Mr Kasek Galgal, Tutor/Lecturer, Physics Division, University of Papua New Guinea