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The STG Executive Training Hub

We train policy professionals to improve governance beyond the state

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Upcoming trainings

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Florence School of Transnational Governance

The EUI Global Executive Master

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Start date: 27/09/2024

Application deadline: 15/05/2024 23:59 CET

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Florence School of Transnational Governance

Algorithmic Fairness in AI

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Start date: 09/10/2024

Application deadline: 10/05/2024 23:59 CET

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A unique transnational angle on a broad range of thematic areas

We offer residential, online and hybrid courses on the key transnational policy fields. Search your programme across a wide variety of themes.


Tailored training

We work with national, European and international institutions and organizations to create “fit for purpose” tailored executive training courses that help them upgrade skills and address global policy challenges.

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Meet your trainers

Learn and exchange with some of the best teachers, trainers and policy-makers from around the world.

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Past training courses

Since 2018, thousands of participants from more than 100 countries have attended our executive training courses. By joining the Florence STG community you will have privileged access to our discussion groups and exclusive learning material.

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Partners and collaborations

The Florence STG is a member of the European and Transnational Governance Network, composed of the leading European public policy schools, and delivering a joint certificate in executive education.

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Our participants say

A perfect balance of scientific expertise and hands-on learning

'Attending this executive training was a great experience. Not only did it tackle a diversity of topics, it also provided hands-on tools to deconstruct gender bias in the media. Personally, it allowed me to identify new areas of interest for my career.”

Omneya El Naggar, BBC and American University, Cairo

Florence STG Executive Training 'Gender and Media'

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