انجمن علوم سیاسی ایران
دانشگاه علامه طباطبائی
برگزار می کنند:
مدرسه بهاره بین المللی آنلاین ۲۰۲۱
چشم انداز توازن قوا در آسیا در دهه ۲۰۲۰
۷ تا ۱۶ ژوئن ۲۰۲۱
مدرسه بهاره بین المللی ۲۰۲۱ با هدف بررسی چشم انداز روابط سیاسی و اقتصادی میان قدرت های بزرگ در قاره آسیا و روشنتر ساختن آینده روابط کشورها و ملت ها در این قاره کهن طی دهه پیش رو، برگزار می شود. شرکت کنندگان در این دوره، با دیدگاه های اندیشمندان گوناگون از کشورهای مختلف آسیایی درباره آینده روابط قدرت در دو سطح منطقه ای و قاره ای آشنا می شوند.
مخاطبان: دانشجویان و پژوهشگران حوزه های علوم سیاسی، روابط بین الملل، مطالعات منطقه ای و دیگر علاقمندان به مطالعات بین المللی (ایرانی و غیر ایرانی)
زبان برنامه: انگلیسی
شیوه برگزاری برنامه: آنلاین (پلتفرم اسکای روم)
مدت زمان برگزاری برنامه (۱۰ روز، روزی دو ساعت)
به شرکت کنندگان گواهینامه بین المللی اعطا خواهد شد
مشخصات مدرسان و جدول برنامه های مدرسه بهاره:
مهلت ثبت نام: 30 می 2021/ 9 خرداد ماه 1400
لینک ثبت نام:
زبان برنامه: انگلیسی
هزینه ثبت نام:
از کشورهای گوناگون جهان (۴۰ یورو)
از کشورهای آسیایی (۲۰ یورو)
ایرانیان (۲۵۰ هزار تومان)
دانشجویان ایرانی (۱۵۰ هزار تومان)
مشخصات درگاه بانکی:
ایرانیان: شماره کارت 5859837000365268 یا حساب شماره 0299021130 (بانک تجارت شعبه انقلاب- خیابان فلسطین به نام انجمن علوم سیاسی ایران)
شرکت کنندگان بین المللی:
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