International RelationsCareer Challenge
18-22 February 2019 (Applications closed)
King's College London, United Kingdom
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Course Fees & Deadlines

How much is the course fee?

The application period for the IRCC 2019 KCL intake taking place on 18-22 February 2019 at the Department of Political Economy, King’s College London, UK is now completed. The next program intake IRCC 2019 JHU is planned for 17-21 June 2019 at Johns Hopkins University, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Advanced Academic Programs at Washington, D.C., United States. The tuition fees for the IRCC 2019 JHU intake will be announced upon the start of the application period which is scheduled for January 2019.

Remember that the money you spend on the course is not an expense – instead, it is an investment in your future prosperity. The IRCC targets to help you accelerate your career path – and succeeds in this, given our 100% program satisfaction rate. As the class size is limited, every participant receives individual attention throughout the program.

Once you have completed the program, it’s outcomes are yours forever — and you will use them wherever you go. You have the capacity to adapt knowledge, skills, and competencies developed for various situations, to apply what you have learned and improve the results. The program graduates describe the course an ‘eye-opening’, ‘one-of-a-kind’, ‘life-changing’ experience which made a positive impact on their career.

What is included in the fee?

Technical details:

  • 5-day full-time study course (40 hours in total) including lectures and practical workshops (group and individual);
  • Interactive manuals, course materials, and learning resources;
  • Certificates for graduates and awards for the winners;
  • Complimentary twelve months career support;
  • Administrative support throughout the course.

Program outcomes:

  • Practical experience of working on projects within various professional roles at international organisations, namely: 1) Policy/Advisory role (research and policy recommendations), 2) Practitioner role (project management), 3) Advocacy/Outreach (campaigning);
  • Hands-on practice of compiling project and program documents used in actual work of different organisations;
  • Specific sources and methods to search for vacancies and recruitment initiatives suitable for your profile;
  • Individual supervision on filing your personal application form and cover letter for selected vacancies;
  • Feedback on your performance during the competency based interview;
  • Wide network of young aspiring professionals sharing your career endeavours and experienced professionals guiding your career development;
  • Complimentary career support for twelve months after the program completion to ensure you are confident and well prepared for the next career move.

What are the application deadlines?

Applications for the IRCC 2019 at King’s College London, UK  are now closed. Kindly note that we had to close the applications early (two weeks before the initially announced deadline) due to a large volume of candidates interested in attending the program. Thank you to everyone who has applied, good luck during the process and for those of you who are successful we look forward to seeing you soon.