Our student’s opinion
Ivana Bešenić, student of undergraduate professional study at the Dag Hammarskjöld University College of International Relations and Diplomacy , shares her experience:
As an experienced debater, I have found it only logical to enrol at the Dag Hammarskjöld University College of International Relations and Diplomacy in further pursuit of my affinities. The School has excellent professors and interesting courses. There is always a heated discussion going on, and personally, I find myself to learn most efficiently through discussion, so I am really enjoying myself. Classes are well-organized; seminars always follow lectures, which makes my life a lot easier. Professors are always open for new ideas, which I also commend.
Slavica Šipicki, the first specialist of international relations and diplomacy to have graduated from the Dag Hammarskjöld University College of International Relations and Diplomacy , notes:
This School is a blend of political science, economics, law, diplomacy and languages. Having graduated, I feel I have truly perfected my knowledge in marketing, public relations and media, acquiring the skills and know-how in international negotiation, presentation, diplomacy, international relations, communication studies and diplomatic etiquette. This proves that, after 35 years of work, it is still possible to become a student and dedicate oneself to lifelong learning and training.