In light of recent reports, the Masters in International Affairs Program is organizing a panel to analyze the geopolitical and financial risks that will impact Colombia in 2018.
The Specialization in International Cooperation and Project Management for Development organizes this meeting in memory of Professor Diego Martínez, who passed away December 31, 2017.
In addition to being regarded as the most enterprising University in the Netherlands, the University of Twente has six academic research centers and numerous programs for undergraduate and postgraduate studies in different areas of knowledge.
The Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty invites all graduates to participate in these talks seeking to provide new opportunities and employability knowledge.
Professors Irene Cabrera and Camilo Echandía, of the Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty, launch this book addressing the territoriality evolution and the strategies in the Colombian armed conflict.
The project, coordinated by the School of Finance, Government and International Relations, is directed to Bogotá 11th and 12th-grade high school students.
The “Universal Jurisdiction and the Special Jurisdiction for Peace” event, in which experts, academics, and students participated, concluded Wednesday, February 7, 2018.
The Observatorio de Análisis de los Sistemas Internacionales – OASIS – Journal has been formally accepted in the Norwegian Register for Scientific Publications.
In a context of a boom of Colombian sports and successful efforts in the organization of scenarios for international competitions, the Externado Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty introduces its “Certification in Sports Management.”
The Externado welcomed the visit by Indian author and Professor Ravindra Kumar, an authority on the teachings of pacifist leader Mahatma Gandhi.