26th April 2016 - London

Careers in International Affairs Forum- is an annual meeting in which prospect graduates, young professionals, experts, institutions’ representatives network, share ideas and exchange insights in the field of international affairs. 

A selection of leading institutions take part in the forum to present their work delivered, the required skills/Knowledge and the career path in their specific categories. 

The participating organisations belong to the following categories: Governments’ Agencies, International Organisations, Think Tanks, UN Agencies, Development and financial Agencies and education institutions

The event provides an opportunity for young professionals to discuss the set of skills, knowledge necessary, the career paths that match their aspirations.  


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PROGRAMME

09:45- 10:30   FOREIGN SERVICE :

Foreign and Commonwealth Organisation 

10:30- 11:15 EDUCATION AND PUBLIC DIPLOMACY

British Council

 11:15- 11:30   REFRESHMENT

 11:30- 12:30 DIPLOMATIC SERVICE AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS

  • Deputy Ambassador of Chile
  • Representative of NATO

 12:30 – 13:30   THINK TANKS:

  • RUSI
  • Chatham House

13:30- 14:15 LUNCH BREAK


14:15- 15:15   UNITED NATIONS AGENCIES:

  • United Nations Association in the UK
  • Coordinating Committee for international Voluntary Service
  • International Maritime Organisation

15:15 – 15:45 UNIVERSITY PRESENTATIONS

  • Regent's University London


15:45 – 16:00 REFRESHMENT BREAK


 16:00- 17:00   DEVELOPMENT BANKS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW CAREER

  • European Reconstruction Bank
  • Global Diplomatic Forum Advisory Board
  • European Investment Bank


WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM THE CAREERS FAIR?

 Round tables: Experts' will debate and reflect on their careers and their different paths pursued to , and the evolution of the required skills in the field

Presentations: institutionsdifferent categories will present their offerings to prospects students and candidates

 Polls and Surveys: Weeks leading up to the fair, Polls and surveys will be carried out by registered delegates to gain further insight and information which will be shared with exhibitors.

 In their words: Tens of ambassadors have been providing insights and advice for young professional regarding careers in the field and will take part in discussions on the day:  You can access these statements online via this link  


 

 


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