Executive Education at the College of Europe in Natolin

The College of Europe in Natolin boasts a considerable track record in delivery of various executive education programmes, both tailored to specific needs of a beneficiary, as well as trainings available to a wider group of participants.

Topics of the courses cover a wide range of issues, such as i.a. the EU policies and its relations with the neighbours, media in the digital world, digital forensics and security, all with a strong Neighbourhoods-related perspective.

The executive education offer includes the following courses delivered online in the framework of the European and Transnational Governance Network:

In addition to the executive education offered in the framework of the ETGN, the College of Europe in Natolin possesses significant experience in development and delivery of tailored professional trainings for practitioners coming from the civil service of EU Member States and countries of the neighbourhoods, journalists, and media professionals, NGO leaders and civic activists, and others. Such courses are designed and executed upon demand, in very close cooperation with the beneficiaries, in order to fully address all the requirements and expectations of the specific group of learners.

A special form of executive education programmes are made-to-measure study visits. Our network of partners (individual and institutional alike) cooperates with us in delivery of intensive study trips which allow participants to not only acquire new knowledge, but also to immerse themselves in the regional/local context on site, establish new contacts and networks, discuss various issues with a diverse group of stakeholders (possibly representatives of the governments, independent experts, journalists, think tankers, etc.). Our study trips covered so far inter alia the EU institutions and the Member States, Ukraine, the Western Balkans and South Caucasus.

All courses are delivered by top experts, including academics and experienced practitioners coming from different walks of professional life and nationalities. In order to secure best understanding of the needs of participants and to make sure that there is full appreciation of the constrains in which participants from the regions operate in their home countries, experts providing trainings come not only from the EU, but also from the regions or countries in the neighbourhoods and beyond.

The courses are designed in a manner that offers learners a carefully crafted mix of knowledge coupled with skills' development components comprising practical assignments, online live discussions on real life case studies, etc.

For more information:

College of Europe in Natolin
ul. Nowoursynowska 84
02-797 Warszawa

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