Pulaski Foundation’s scholarships for the Academy of Young Diplomats
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The Casimir Pulaski Foundation offers fully funded scholarship covering the Academy of Young Diplomats #AYD – annual diplomatic program for emerging global leaders founded by the European Academy of Diplomacy.
The Academy of Young Diplomats (AYD) is an annual diplomatic program for emerging young global leaders, preparing future diplomats, civil servants and social entrepreneurs for international careers in a spirit of responsibility for the surrounding world. Addressed to senior students and young graduates, the program offers, among others, 70-hours of hands-on diplomatic training, a special workshop session, study visits and one study-session outside of Warsaw.
Since 2004 over 2800 participants from 60 countries have graduated from the Academy of Young Diplomats. Over 100 AYD Alumni found work in the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of their respective countries, while others are employed in European institutions, international organizations, public administration and business.
Since 2005, Casimir Pulaski Foundation (CPF) – a leading Polish think-thank, that specializes in foreign policy and international security has been collaborating with the European Academy of Diplomacy as founder of the Casimir Pulaski Scholarships. Since 2005 the CFP has awarded more than 70 full scholarships to the best candidates for the Academy of Young Diplomats. In 2018, the Foundation shall award up to 15 full or partial scholarships to best candidates for the 15th edition of the Academy of Young Diplomats. The final decisions will be made by the Board of the Foundation. Decisions will be need-based with the intention of offering scholarships to as many applicants as possible.
Please be advised that the scholarship does not cover the costs of accommodation, transportation and meals during the Program.
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