Diliana Stoyanova

Diliana Stoyanova


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Curriculum vitae


1. University of Helsinki teaching and research activities


“Towards a Credible Ethics for Global Governance” Academy of Finland research project member (2013-2018)

Instructor - International Administrative Law course (Spring 2018)

Instructor - International Organizations Law course (Autumn 2015, Autumn 2016)

Instructor - Global Ethics course (Spring 2015, Spring 2014)

Instructor - WTO Negotiations course (Spring 2015)


2. Work Experience


2017 - Intern, Administrative Law Unit, OHRM, United Nations, New York, US

2012 – Research Assistant, European University Institute, Florence, Italy

2011 – Trainee, DG INFSO (now DG CONNECT), European Commission, Brussels, Belgium

2010 – 2011 – Trainee, External Relations Division, WTO, Geneva, Switzerland

2007 – Teaching Assistant (online negotiations and international communications modules), International Business Negotiation, Nagoya University, JP


3. Training


10/2010 – 01/2011 – Junior Associate ISN, ETH Zurich, CH

04/2004 – 03/2005 – Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, JP

Short term Courses – Internationale Sprachkurs Freiburg, DE (2007); International Institute for Political and Economic Studies, EL (2008); Wirtschaftsdeutsch, Munich, DE (2008); Sofia Model United Nations, BG (2009); Internationale Frankfurter Sommerkurse, DE (2012);


4. Skills and competences


a. Language skills – Bulgarian native, English near‐native, Japanese fluent, Russian fluent, Finnish intermediate, German intermediate, French intermediate, Italian basic.

b. Hobbies and interests – Opera singing (soprano), Poetry.

Education information

World Trade Institute, Switzerland - Master of International Law and Economics

Education information

University of Nagoya, Japan - Bachelor of Laws

Fields of Science

  • 513 Law
  • International Law
  • International Organizations
  • International Trade Law
  • International Civil Service
  • Transparency