Providing training courses since 1950, the ISPI School offers a wide range of courses for students, graduates and professionals interested in Geopolitics, European Affairs, Humanitarian Aid, EU Project Management, International Cooperation and Development.
MASTERS PROGRAMMES (in Italian), programmes for young graduates wishing to work in the diplomatic service or in the international cooperation fields;
INTENSIVE COURSE: ECHO HUMANITARIAN ACTION (in English), 3-day intensive course on how to prepare and implement ECHO humanitarian projects;
EPSO COMPETITION TRAINING PROGRAMME (in English), 3-day preparation course for the EPSO European selection procedure;
PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES (in Italian), training courses for professionals working in a specific area;
SHORT COURSES (in Italian), 2-day intensive courses for students and professionals, organized during the Winter and Summer School;
DIPLOMAS (in Italian), short programmes for students and professionals wishing to gain a better understanding of the world of International Relations and Cooperation;
TAILOR-MADE TRAINING PROGRAMMES on specific needs of companies and institutions;
PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE COURSES, from beginner to advanced levels;
DIPLOMA IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS, in parternship with Fondazione Sicilia.
ISPI Faculty gathers professors, field experts, international officials and NGO operators, who adopt an interdisciplinary approach including lectures, case studies, team works and simulations. ISPI also collaborates with institutions such as Amnesty International Italia, Bocconi, CELIM, CISV, European Commission, IOM, ECES, FAO, IIHL, Intersos, IULM, OXFAM Italia, Protezione Civile, punto.sud, Scuola di Roma Fundraising, University of York.
INTERNATIONAL CAREER GUIDANCE AND INFORMATION
The ISPI School works closely with a large number of universities and every year organizes several editions of GLOBE, an event where students and graduates can receive information on how to start a career in Diplomacy, International Organizations, NGOs. Moreover, information on international job opportunities and advice from diplomats, humanitarian personnel and other experts are published on our blog InFormarsi per il Mondo.