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The Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies (MEDAC) is an institution of higher learning with a unique focus on the Mediterranean region.

MEDAC offers Master degrees in Diplomatic Studies, click here for more information. The one-year academic programme in Diplomatic Studies comprises International Law, International Relations, International History, International Economics and Diplomacy. The programme provides students with an opportunity to study and interact in an international setting with students coming from North Africa, Middle East, Africa, Europe and beyond. The relationships developed in the classroom flourish into life-long friendships and professional networks. For the full prospectus of the Academy click here (PDF).

MEDAC strives to provide its students with an all-round experience which includes a study visit to Switzerland, simulation of negotiation experiences, visits by international lecturers and exposure to the culture of the Maltese islands.


Year in, year out, MEDAC students have the opportunity of engaging with distinguished speakers. Recent keynote lectures were delivered by Federal Councillor Didier Burkhalter, the Foreign Minister of Switzerland, EU Commissioner Federica Mogherini, General Mikhail Kostarakos Chairman of the EU Military Committee and Mr. Michael Roth, Minister of State for Europe at the German Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs.  Another prominent feature of the Masters programme is the Ambassadorial lecture series. Recent sessions have been held with H. E. Jiang Jiang, Chinese Ambassador; H. E. Ahmed Ouenais, former Foreign Minister of Tunisia; and H. E. Antonio de Aguiar Patriota, Brazilian Ambassador. Visits to institutions and international companies in Malta are also part of this unique experience. Additionally, students are provided with the opportunity to enhance their language skills in English or French or German. 

   
Mediterranean culture and cuisine are also a popular feature of our extra-curricular activities.  MEDAC’s annual cultural night is a celebration of culinary diplomacy with students themselves preparing mouth-watering dishes.  Guided tours to some of Malta’s finest cities are also organized.


Graduation takes place in a 500-year old church in the capital city of Valletta.


The Masters programme is ideal for those active or aspiring to pursue careers in international organisations, diplomatic missions, public administration, non-governmental organisations or in the private sector.

 

 




 


 

 

 


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Applications for the Master of Arts in Diplomatic Studies and Diploma in Diplomatic Studies are open. For more information please contact Mr. Simon Bajada - simon.bajada@um.edu.mt
 
 

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