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Interested in a career in the Foreign Office? The Foreign Policy Summer School 2015


The Foreign Policy Summer School is a conference for emerging leaders from around the world. The conference will be held in London, United Kingdom on the 23rd – 26th of June 2015, to examine the issues raised by the speakers of the Foreign Policy Forum, a major conference for stakeholders in Foreign Policy that is convening in London the day immediately prior to the Summer School on 22nd of June 2015:

(Speakers at the Foreign Policy Forum include: Professor Hall Gardner, Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the American University of Paris; Professor Christopher Coker, Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics; Edward Mortimer CMG, Distinguished Fellow All Souls College and former Chief Speechwriter, Executive Office of the Secretary-General and Director of Communications at the United Nations; Sir Brian Crowe, Deputy Chairman of Chatham House and former Director General for External and Politico-military Affairs at the Council of the European Union. Further speakers to be announced.)

The Foreign Policy Summer School will bring together a select group of emerging leaders numbering no more than twenty persons from around the world to examine the key foreign policy and security challenges facing western policymakers today as outlined by the forum’s speakers. Students of the Foreign Policy Summer School will also gain employable skills for careers in foreign policy.

Successfully selected students of the Foreign Policy Summer School will exclusively have the option to attend the Foreign Policy Forum on the day preceding the school.

Applications are now open and are considered on a first come first serve basis. For further information and to apply go to the Foreign Policy Summer School website:

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