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Ano nga ba ang kursong: Bachelor of Arts Major in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs?

From my very own understanding with a little help of surfing the internet. :)

Jeca Castañeda

on 24 July 2013

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Transcript of Ano nga ba ang kursong: Bachelor of Arts Major in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs?

How I feel about ABCDA
First thing that popped up on my mind was like this: "Whoa, cool course very intriguing and unique."
Because when I was a child I have a very crazy and mixed up things on my brain so to cut the story short CDA is not really me. I've chosen to be one of the finest Chefs but because we weren't given a chance to be a wealthy family I have to choose a course that can makes my family's family survive our day-by-day challenges.
And CDA given me a sight that everything that I've been dreaming will be happening.

And now, that I'm starting my-first-steps on CDA I am doubting myself that is the feeling that I feel right now will continue until I finish?
1. Diplomat or Consul?
2. What are the possible jobs?
3. What is it all about?

Questions that people keeps on asking, and I also wonder.
Working hours?
They said we could work on our local government like in DFA, we could be the one reject visas or work abroad but I can't think of the exact work that's on our line.
Consular and Diplomatic Affairs
How people behind the internet defines: ABCDA,
" You will typically have studied a critical theories module in which you will have examined the theoretical and historical background to one of your chosen disciplines, considering the social, political and philosophical context of the medium and its leading exponential figures."

and What it is in reality:
" The Consular and Diplomatic Affairs program develops practitioners in international relations, professionals whose career paths lead to consular and diplomatic posts. You will learn the protocols of addressing heads of states, study the history of foreign relations of the Philippines and other countries, and understand real-world positions on specific international issues. You will be exposed to the elements of a career in diplomatic affairs early on with on-the-job training in embassies, the Department of Foreign Affairs, local United Nations agencies and Philippine government agencies. You are likewise given the opportunity to learn a foreign language: a choice of Japanese, Spanish or French, and travel."
How my blockmates see our course
"Well CDA is a Diplomatic Training regiment designed for aspiring diplomats or anything involving foreign affairs and international agenda."

"Consular and Diplomatic Affairs? It means a lot to me because I plan to finish this degree."

"CDA is an elite course as it develop students to be more critical thinker in our society. It also give us enough understanding to be socially aware of our current surroundings."

"CDA? CDA is a diplomatic course."

After all the hard works
I would like to thank:
Marcelino, A. (2008). What is cda?. In A. Marceino (Ed.), US of A: Wiki answers. Retrieved from http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080508221114AAUHQsZ

DLSCSB. (n.d.). Consular and diplomatic affairs. In Manila Philippines: DLSCSB. Retrieved from http://www.dls-csb.edu.ph/content/docs/pdf/2010 DLS-CSB SMS Brochure.pdf

Unknown. (n.d.). New york: Retrieved from http://www.university-directory.eu/js/jredirect.php?job=909522&typ=5&sid=21598&title=Bachelor of Arts in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs (AB-CDA)
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