Foreign Service Examination Review

Foreign Service Examination (FSE) Review services the needs of our graduates and other applicants planning to take the Foreign Service Exam (FSE) given by the Department of Foreign Affairs.  Started in 2004, the FSE is offered yearly by the European Studies Program and conducted by faculty of different departments of the Loyola Schools (i.e., European Studies Program, Departments of Political Science, Economics, History, Socio-Anthropology, and Filipino), and experts from other universities and institutions.  A Certificate in FSE can be earned by the applicants who are interested in enhancing their knowledge of international relations and politics, diplomacy, economics, history, society, and culture.

FOREIGN SERVICE EXAMINATION REVIEW 2020
11 January - 2 May 2020
Saturdays, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Venue: Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights campus

MODULES:
Preparing for the FSO Examination
FSO Career System and Supervision of Its Operation
Philippine History
Philippine Culture
Key Issues on Philippine Economic Development 
Competition Policy and Philippine Competition Law
Asian History
Western History
Introduction to International Relations: Theory and Application
Global Politics: Peace, Security and Conflict
Political Geography and Comparative Politics
Geopolitics and Contemporary Issues/Cases
Diplomatic and Consular Theory and Practice
Transnational Trends and Challenges: Migration, Transnational Crimes, Health Issues
Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law/ Assistance, and the International Criminal Court
Foreign Policy of Major Powers: China, France, Germany, Japan, Russia, UK and US
The Philippine Constitution and Government
Philippine Politics, Governance and Public Administration
Philippine Foreign Policy: Its Evolution and Contemporary Formulation and Implementation
International Organizations and Regional Arrangements, i.e. ASEAN, OIC, ARAB LEAGUE
International Trade Theory and Policy 
Philippine Trade Policy, WTO and Regional Blocs
Climate Change and Environmental Challenges
Environmental Diplomacy
Public International Law and Treaties
Private International Law and Assistance to Nationals
Public Diplomacy and Diplomatic Correspondence
Protocol and Social Graces

REGISTRATION:

Online:
November 4, 2019 - January 10, 2020

https://goo.gl/forms/TZ4OOYKhjR4vLAlf2
Payment c/o Metrobank (Kindly download the PDF file below for payment instructions)
Please send a copy of the deposit slip to 
europeanstudies.soss@ateneo.edu

Walk-in:
November 4 - December 20, 2019 and January 6 - 10, 2020

Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 3:30 pm (except 12:00-1:00 pm)
Saturday, 9:00 am - 11:00 am 

Bring 2 valid IDs with photo, 1 2x2 recent colored photo and full payment

*For check payments: payable to Ateneo de Manila University
**
2 valid government-issued IDs with photo and 1 2x2 recent colored photo are required to complete either the online or walk-in application.
***Payments made after January 11 will still amount to P 20,000.00  regardless of classes that have already concluded.

Rm 307 Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall
Ateneo de Manila University
Katipunan Ave., Loyola Heights, Quezon City

Review Fee: P 20,000.00

For more information, please call European Studies Program at 8927-5814 or 8426-6001 loc 5238 or email europeanstudies.soss@ateneo.edu c/o Kai Navalta

Foreign Service Examination (FSE) Review services the needs of our graduates and other applicants planning to take the Foreign Service Exam (FSE) given by the Department of Foreign Affairs.  Started in 2004, the FSE is offered yearly by the European Studies Program and conducted by faculty of different departments of the Loyola Schools (i.e., European Studies Program, Departments of Political Science, Economics, History, Socio-Anthropology, and Filipino), and experts from other universities and institutions.  A Certificate in FSE can be earned by the applicants who are interested in enhancing their knowledge of international relations and politics, diplomacy, economics, history, society, and culture. - See more at: http://web.archive.org/web/20131030173155/http://ateneo.edu/ls/soss/euro...
Foreign Service Examination (FSE) Review services the needs of our graduates and other applicants planning to take the Foreign Service Exam (FSE) given by the Department of Foreign Affairs.  Started in 2004, the FSE is offered yearly by the European Studies Program and conducted by faculty of different departments of the Loyola Schools (i.e., European Studies Program, Departments of Political Science, Economics, History, Socio-Anthropology, and Filipino), and experts from other universities and institutions.  A Certificate in FSE can be earned by the applicants who are interested in enhancing their knowledge of international relations and politics, diplomacy, economics, history, society, and culture. - See more at: http://web.archive.org/web/20131030173155/http://ateneo.edu/ls/soss/euro...
Foreign Service Examination (FSE) Review services the needs of our graduates and other applicants planning to take the Foreign Service Exam (FSE) given by the Department of Foreign Affairs.  Started in 2004, the FSE is offered yearly by the European Studies Program and conducted by faculty of different departments of the Loyola Schools (i.e., European Studies Program, Departments of Political Science, Economics, History, Socio-Anthropology, and Filipino), and experts from other universities and institutions.  A Certificate in FSE can be earned by the applicants who are interested in enhancing their knowledge of international relations and politics, diplomacy, economics, history, society, and culture. - See more at: http://web.archive.org/web/20131030173155/http://ateneo.edu/ls/soss/euro...
Foreign Service Examination (FSE) Review services the needs of our graduates and other applicants planning to take the Foreign Service Exam (FSE) given by the Department of Foreign Affairs.  Started in 2004, the FSE is offered yearly by the European Studies Program and conducted by faculty of different departments of the Loyola Schools (i.e., European Studies Program, Departments of Political Science, Economics, History, Socio-Anthropology, and Filipino), and experts from other universities and institutions.  A Certificate in FSE can be earned by the applicants who are interested in enhancing their knowledge of international relations and politics, diplomacy, economics, history, society, and culture. - See more at: http://web.archive.org/web/20131030173155/http://ateneo.edu/ls/soss/euro...