“Peace and diplomacy through mutual understanding.”

The programme is proud of its strong, global network of alumni. In line with our vision of training “the next generation of foreign policy experts,” we are committed to ensuring our alumni are kept abreast of relevant opportunities in international affairs. We draw from our vast global network of partners to ensure that alumni are always “plugged in” to current affairs.

If you are an alumnus of the programme and interested in keeping in touch, or finding out how we could best help you in your individual career pursuits, please do not hesitate to email:

alumni@oxfordgeopolitics.org 


Featured Alumni

Marko GombacCanada

Marko Gombac is the Finance Officer of the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association of Canada and the Secretary General of the organization’s Ontario Chapter. He is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario, and has written for the NATO Association of Canada, Atlantic Voices magazine, and the Royal Canadian Military Institute. His experiences in the Oxford Summer Programme on International Affairs have cultivated lasting professional friendships and galvanized his aspirations for contributing to the world of diplomacy. He is fluent in Serbian and English, and proficient in French.

Marko participated in the inaugural Oxford Summer Programme on International Affairs, “Challenges for the Transatlantic Community in the Era of President Trump,” July 3 – July 7th, 2017.


Kateryna Dyshantyuk - Germany

Kateryna is the President of the International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) – the world’s largest representation of political science students and young academics. She is completing her BA in Philosophy and Political Science at the University of Bremen with specializations in Ethics and Political Philosophy. Her thesis focuses on Humanitarian Interventions and Just War Theory. Kateryna has also studied at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris, worked at the German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation in Kiev, and participated in academic conferences through the ECPR, IPSA, and the Model ASEM. She is fluent in German, English, Ukrainian and Russian, as well as proficient in French.

Kateryna participated in the inaugural Oxford Summer Programme on International Affairs, “Challenges for the Transatlantic Community in the Era of President Trump,” July 3 – July 7th, 2017.










Other Testimonials


Ben McGrath
, from Ontario government -

“The Marshall Brief was incredible. We prepared and presented a report on cyber-terrorism before a high-ranking expert at NATO. Never in my wildest dreams would I have expected to do this as a 23-year-old, just beginning my career in policy work.”


Florian Lüttig
, from a German NGO –

“I learned more about international affairs in one week than during my entire undergraduate experience. Instead of theories and academic articles, we had real-life education by diplomats and security experts.”