Advantages of studying at CIPR
The current average class size is 15-25 students.
Our graduates become politicians, ambassadors, directors, managers, entrepreneurs, editors, etc.
No more craming
You will gain real skills, practical experience and critical thinking skills.
You will be taught by ministers, diplomats, managers, marketers, lecturers from Cambridge University and many others.
Choice of professional focus
We will prepare our students for all challenges including the highest diplomatic tasks. Graduates will be able to act as diplomats, consuls, chargé dʽaffaires and ambassadors to embassies, to hold high diplomatic positions in domestic and foreign institutions or to become permanent representatives in international organizations such as the UN, NATO, EU and others. They will gain excellent knowledge of the social and diplomatic protocol and will have a high level of language skills
Political, security and economic diplomacy
Graduates will acquire important knowledge about current and future security threats, about their influence on regional or world politics and economy and about possibilities of their solution. Graduates will be able to critically evaluate the impact and emergence of security risks, they will be able to work in international companies that invest in high-risk countries, in foreign and domestic government departments or in non-governmental organizations. In today’s globalized world, the importance of diplomats aiming at deepening economic relations between states is increasing. For Czech and European exporters, economic diplomats play one of the key roles in establishing contacts with foreign markets.
Cultural and sports diplomacy
Cultural and sports diplomacy belongs to the so-called soft power of the state and is an effective instrument of parallel diplomacy. Students will learn how to build the so-called national branding of the country, how to increase the attractiveness of the country, its credibility and the promotion of foreign policy goals. In recent years, cultural diplomacy has become an integral part of many countries’ foreign policy. Sports diplomacy is emerging as demand for sports diplomas is rising dramatically. A specific area is the Olympic diplomacy, using international and national organizations (International Olympic Committee, Czech / Slovak Olympic Committee, sports associations, etc.)
International Relations Analyst
Graduates will be able to become specialists in all aspects of international relations, especially the history of international political relations, geopolitics and the specifics of individual territories (China and the Far East, Islamic world, Latin America, Eastern Europe and the Balkans). In practice, graduates will work as advisors and analysts for international relations at major institutions and in the media field. Graduates can also act as security and intelligence analysts.
Choice of professional focus
European projects and their management
In addition to learning how EU policies are implemented, you will be well versed in managing European projects and spending money. Not only will you be able to work in leadership positions in public administration, but also companies wishing to participate in European projects will be interested in you.
We will teach you everything about the European Union. This will give you the skills to help you get a job in the European institutions. Although many people perceive the word “official” negatively, it should be noted that working in the European Institutions is one of the most lucrative works comparable to high-level managers.
Modern technologies in public administration
Modern technologies enable not only improving the quality of public administration and introducing client access to citizens, especially in the form of e-goverment, but also their active participation in public administration within the framework of open governance. Open governance also includes communication with stakeholders and strengthening public-private cooperation.
Governance of the state in a globalized world
Graduates will learn the specifics of state management in relation to corporate governance. They will understand the differences between the political and professional components of state governance and the role of European integration in a globalized society. Graduates will be able to hold managerial positions not only in public administration but also in supranational or international institutions and in companies.
consist of four steps:
1. Fill in and submit a non-binding study application form This step just takes a minute. You can also choose between being interviewed or sending a cover letter. 2. Interview / motivation letter During the interview we will not test your knowledge in the field you are going to study. It is rather a friendly conversation during which we want to get to know you and your motivation to study the given field more closely. If you opt for a cover letter, we will send you a sample letter by e-mail, including the points that the letter should include. The maximum range is 300 words. Then just send the letter to email@example.com 3. Result We will send you the result of the admission procedure within 14 working days of the interview or receiving the cover letter. 4. The beginning of your studies a) Tuition fees The last step is to choose a study package, that suits you best. b) Enrollment Successful applicants must enroll in the school register . before admission. This is an important moment because, from that point on, they become full members of the academic community.