This year’s cohort at the Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies (MEDAC) of postgraduate students pursuing the Masters of Arts in Diplomatic Studies and Master of Diplomacy degree programmes is one of the largest ever with 35 students from 15 countries.
Students participating in the one year full time academic course come from Algeria, China, Egypt, France, The Gambia, Georgia, Jordan, Latvia, Libya, Macedonia, Malta, The Netherlands, Palestine, Tanzania and the United Kingdom.
The current intake is MEDAC’s 28th annual Masters programme where the focus is on International Relations, International History, International Economics, International Law and Diplomacy.
Since its establishment in 1990 MEDAC is privileged to be able to count more than 750 alumni within its Alumni network. Many of these alumni are diplomats representing their countries but many others have also embraced different professional careers. MEDAC alumni can be found the world over.
For the eight year running, MEDAC also welcomed students pursuing the dual degree offered by the University of Malta and George Mason University in Washington DC reading Conflict Resolution and Mediterranean Security.