Life: Transformed

“Become globalized” is EUCLID’s slogan directed to its students and stakeholders. Our aim at EUCLID is to offer and deliver educational programs that have the ability to transform the life of our students. Our courses have the effect of upgrading knowledge and skills to the highest level of professional and graduate accomplishment. This transformative effect […]


EUCLID was established by a multilateral instrument known as a “treaty in simplified form” in 2008. According to the Vienna Convention on the law of treaties of 1969, a treaty is defined as “an international agreement concluded between States (or in some cases between States and intergovernmental organizations, or even between intergovernmental organizations) which has […]

Graduation Event in New York

In the sidelines of the United Nations Association (NY) Annual Gala, EUCLID officially graduated the First Secretary of the Permanent Mission of Guyana to the United Nations, Mr. Mohamed Shiraz. EUCLID High Steward Juan Avila, Ambassador of the Dominican Republic to the UN, and EUCLID Under Secretary-General Robin van Puyenbroeck presented the Master’s in Diplomacy […]

EUCLID Lecture on Interfaith Harmony at UNESCO Circles of Delegates

The Permanent Delegations of The Gambia and Central African Republic to UNESCO jointly invited a select number of Permanent Delegations to attend an exclusive lecture presented by EUCLID’s international faculty coordinator Pr Cleenewerck on the theme of interfaith harmony and higher education, with a focus on the African region and the 2017 UN interfaith harmony […]

New EUCLID UP Publication: Binding and non-binding instruments

“Binding and Non-Binding” is a much needed and anticipated guide written by experts for an audience of diplomats and specialists in international relations. It answers seemingly simple (but tricky) questions, such as “what is a treaty?” “what is ratification?” and “how can I tell if an international instrument is binding (a treaty) or not?” This […]