Executive Education​

College of Europe in Natolin

European and Transnational Governance Network

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New dates of the ETGN courses at the College of Europe in Natolin have been announced !

Executive education programmes at the College of Europe in Natolin

Executive education programmes at the College of Europe in Natolin offer an exciting learning experience, providing thorough knowledge and allowing for enhancing professional skills in a number of fields. Topical curriculae of the programmes and teaching tools like i.a. lectures, assignments, group work, case study analyses allow participants to gain an insight and better understanding of important current processes and phenomena in areas such as:
 
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1100 EURO

Integrated border management, migration policies and cross-border cooperation

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0/29 Steps

1100 EURO

Policy development and coordination for European integration (incl. financial instruments)

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0/9 Steps

1100 EURO
Multimedia

Multimedia and digital communication in the EU and Neighbouring Countries (workshops)

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0/23 Steps

1100 EURO
journalism

Journalism, media literacy and freedom in the EU and Neighbouring Countries

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0/15 Steps

1300 EURO

An introduction to advanced forensics and personal digital security

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0/17 Steps

1100 EURO

Governance within online communities

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0/16 Steps


New dates for ETGN courses in 2021!

We are happy to inform you that new dates have been announced for our ETGN executive education courses in 2021. Registration is now open. Learners will have the opportunity to take the online components at times and pace best suiting their agenda and then continue with live online sessions conveniently

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Łukasz Król on digital security due diligence checklist for small NGOs and media groups.

Łukasz Król, co-author of the course on advanced forensics and personal digital security, contributed his piece in which he poses some questions that journalists, activists, and others could use when deciding which security tools and services to adopt for their professional activities. Questions to ask when picking tools and services

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Alicja Peszkowska on supporting a brand with an online community.

Alicja Peszkowska, co-author of the "Governance within online Communities" course, contributed her article explaining how to kickstart an online community to build a brand (originally published in iovia.io). A six-step process for brands to build purpose-driven communities during a crisis Alicja Peszkowska

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An investigative journalism piece by Blaž Zgaga.

Blaž Zgaga, co-author of the course on Journalism, media literacy, and freedom in the EU and the Neighbouring Countries, in follow-up, contributed a piece of his investigative journalistic work on irregularities in financial transfers in football (originally published by Nacional.hr). FOOTBALL LEAKS Massive tax fraud of Luka Modrić’s agents Vladica

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Follow-up to our executive education courses!

Starting today, in the news section of our website we will be sharing with you contributions from lecturers, who delivered the ETGN executive education courses in the College of Europe in Natolin. We trust that they will allow the alumni of our courses to further develop the knowledge acquired and

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College of Europe in Natolin ETGN trainings offer different teaching tools

College of Europe in Natolin | Lectures pre-recorded by authors of the training modules, providing the knowledge necessary to move on to self-study components, where learners will have an opportunity to expand their knowledge and enhance skills, also through assignments in many cases. Finally, all learners of the College of Europe in

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