The College of Europe Natolin campus offers Executive Education programmes dedicated to civil servants, journalists, NGOs, freelancers, PhD students and other professionals. All courses are prepared in cooperation with top experts: experienced practitioners from national governments and international institutions, non-governmental organisations, media, academia, and others.
Our courses allow participants to broaden their knowledge and understanding of a wide range of issues, while at the same time enhancing their practical skills through, inter alia, direct discussions with speakers, participation in simulation games, working on documents and preparing special assignments.
Today, the Natolin campus is offering on-site courses, organised within the framework of the European and Transnational Governance Network. Small training groups of no more than 20 persons, allow participants to have a direct interaction with the trainers and discussions on specific issues encountered by the participants in their professional endeavours.
Executive Education courses on offer in 2020:
- Governance within online communities – 6-8 July 2020
- Digital Diplomacy – 8-10 July 2020
- An introduction to advanced forensics and personal digital security – 13-15 July 2020
- Journalism, media literacy and freedom in the EU and Neighbouring Countries – 13-15 July 2020
- Multimedia and digital communication in the EU and Neighbouring Countries (workshops) – 15-17 July 2020
- Development and policy coordination (including the financial instruments) – 31 August-2 September 2020
- EU funding, fund-raising and evaluation (workshops) – 3-4 September 2020
- Integrated border management, migration policies and cross-border cooperation – 5-7 September 2020
- Governing energy and climate transition – 21-23 September 2020
- Negotiating a global climate agreement (simulation) – 24-25 September 2020
The College of Europe Natolin campus has a proven track record in organising made-to-measure Executive Education programmes, such as specialised trainings for civil servants of various levels involved in the design and implementation of European integration policy in countries neighbouring the EU, modules for spokespersons or journalists, to name just a few.
An important element of the Natolin campus’ offer are training modules in the form of study trips, with particular experience in Poland, Ukraine, Western Balkans, the Caucasus (Georgia and Armenia), the EU institutions or the Baltic countries. The wide network of contacts and partner organisations in the regions allow for excellent hands-on learning experience, coupled with an intercultural exchange.
The College of Europe Natolin campus is also highly experienced in the design and implementation of blended learning programmes, consisting of e-leaning courses followed by face-to-face sessions. To date, the Natolin campus has designed and implemented over 20 such blended learning courses, with online participation exceeding 2000 participants.
Please visit this website for information on the Executive Education programmes open for registration.
For details about the tailored Executive Education programmes please contact Mr Marek TABOR.