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Students take part in an executive training session at the European University Institute. Photo by the European University InstituteCredit

Executive Trainings

Our Executive Training Seminars are collaborative courses which combine scientific expertise with hands-on learning. The seminars are aimed at high-level professionals in policy, diplomacy, NGOs, international organisations, media and the private sector.

We invite the most prominent experts from around the world to deliver courses tailored to specific policy-fields. Each seminar lasts between two and five days and combines knowledge transfer with practical case-study sessions and skills sharing. The interactive experience cultivates debate and partnerships between participants of different but complementary backgrounds. 

Upcoming Executive Training Seminars

Trainings 2020

ETS DIGITAL SINGLE MARKET

Date: March 2020

Place: European University Institute, Florence

Scientific Coordinators: Madeleine De Cock Buning (EUI, Utrecht University) and Thomas Dreier (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

Gain in-depth knowledge about the challenges of the developments in the Digital Single Market and upgrade specific skills to cope with the new landscape of Artificial Intelligence and its impacts on creativity and innovation. 

20191129 ETS Child Protection in the Migration Context

Date: March 2020

Place: European University Institute, Florence

Scientific Coordinators: Gabriella Sanchez (EUI), Jacqueline Bhabha, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Vasileia Digidiki Lucero, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health 

This Executive Training Seminar addresses practical child protection challenges that emerge in the context of migration. 

STG MED Peacebuilding 1

Date: Spring 2020

Place: European University Institute, Florence

Scientific Coordinator: Luigi Narbone (EUI) 

Update your knowledge about the latest approaches to conflict prevention and resolution while strenghtening your understanding of the phenomenon by analysing the latest findings in academic and field-based research. 

ETC_Migration_mediterranean

Date: Spring 2020

Place: European University Institute, Florence

Scientific Coordinator: Corinna Unger, Regina Grafe and Lucy Riall (EUI) 

Learn how to design long-term solutions and successful strategies for the Mediterranean by placing the current ongoing 'migration crisis' in a broader context, analysing the factors that have co-produced the problems we face today.