The Negotiation Lab workshops have trained a total of 1,212 participants from 130 countries and 31 different academic disciplines in 120 workshops over the eight year period of 2008/2015. Their varied backgrounds enrich the learning experience and help provide a global context for many of the lessons and simulations.

The post-graduate student workshops (MA, MSc, MBA, EMBA and PhD degrees) have been given through the University of Kent Business School; the University of Kent Graduate School Transferable Skills Program; University of Kent Brussels School of International Studies; Kingston University (London) MBA & EMBA program in Moscow, and the Lancaster University Management School. To date, of the 577 post-graduate students who participated in 48 Basic Negotiation Workshops, 200 went on to participate in 23 Advanced Negotiation Workshops.

In 2009/2010, the Negotiation Lab taught 52 undergraduate law students (LLB) in 3 workshops in the Dispute Resolution module at Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) Law School and coached student negotiation teams competing in national competitions. In  2012/13, the Negotiation Lab taught 27 undergraduate students (BA, BSc) at the CCCU Business School in 2 workshop that are part of a new program by the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

In June 2014, the Negotiation Lab started a 3-day pilot program at Stowe School in Buckingham for 24 university preparatory (A-level) students. The program included a new course entitled "Effective Communication and Persuasion Skills".  Stowe is a co-educational independent boarding school set in 750 acres of National Trust property with one of the finest neo-classical palaces in Europe.

The executive education program of the Negotiation Lab which began in 2008, has trained 532 foreign business executives and government officials at 41 workshops through the Commonwealth Secretariat in Africa, the Pacific Islands  and the Caribbean; the Moscow School of Civic Education; Halliburton International in Moscow; Baker Hughes in London, Aberdeen & Houston; the Qatar Development Bank in Doha; an open-enrollment program in Dubai;  the Mandi Rukuni Seminar in Harare, Zimbabwe; Pilgrims English Language School in Canterbury, England and the “Corporate Diplomacy” 3-day residential program at the University of Kent Business School. The executive education program also included Crisis Management workshops in the UK, Spain, Singapore and the USA designed for Invensys plc.

Below is the country and regional breakdown of the 1,212 participants who have been trained by the Negotiation Lab.

Africa & Middle East

156 participant(s) from 33 country(s).

Zimbabwe's flag.

Zimbabwe
32 students

Nigeria's flag.

Nigeria
27 students

Turkey's flag.

Turkey
15 students

Qatar's flag.

Qatar
11 students

Iran's flag.

Iran
10 students

Jordan's flag.

Jordan
5 students

Kenya's flag.

Kenya
5 students

Tanzania's flag.

Tanzania
4 students

Saudi Arabia's flag.

Saudi Arabia
4 students

Ghana's flag.

Ghana
4 students

Mauritius's flag.

Mauritius
4 students

Zambia's flag.

Zambia
3 students

Cameroon's flag.

Cameroon
3 students

Egypt's flag.

Egypt
3 students

Uganda's flag.

Uganda
2 students

Lebanon's flag.

Lebanon
2 students

Oman's flag.

Oman
2 students

Ethiopia's flag.

Ethiopia
2 students

South Africa's flag.

South Africa
2 students

Seychelles's flag.

Seychelles
2 students

Gambia's flag.

Gambia
2 students

Angola's flag.

Angola
1 student

Sierra Leone's flag.

Sierra Leone
1 student

Bahrain's flag.

Bahrain
1 student

Malawi's flag.

Malawi
1 student

Iraq's flag.

Iraq
1 student

Ivory Coast's flag.

Ivory Coast
1 student

Yemen's flag.

Yemen
1 student

Israel's flag.

Israel
1 student

Botswana's flag.

Botswana
1 student

Namibia's flag.

Namibia
1 student

Algeria's flag.

Algeria
1 student

Sudan's flag.

Sudan
1 student

Asia & Pacific

285 participant(s) from 36 country(s).

India's flag.

India
82 students

North Korea's flag.

North Korea
39 students

China's flag.

China
38 students

Taiwan's flag.

Taiwan
22 students

Japan's flag.

Japan
15 students

Vanuatu's flag.

Vanuatu
13 students

Thailand's flag.

Thailand
10 students

Australia's flag.

Australia
7 students

Pakistan's flag.

Pakistan
6 students

Malaysia's flag.

Malaysia
5 students

Kazakhstan's flag.

Kazakhstan
5 students

South Korea's flag.

South Korea
4 students

New Zealand's flag.

New Zealand
4 students

Fiji's flag.

Fiji
3 students

Azerbaijan's flag.

Azerbaijan
3 students

Papua New Guinea's flag.

Papua New Guinea
2 students

Indonesia's flag.

Indonesia
2 students

Samoa's flag.

Samoa
2 students

Solomon Islands's flag.

Solomon Islands
2 students

Tuvalu's flag.

Tuvalu
2 students

Bangladesh's flag.

Bangladesh
2 students

Sri Lanka's flag.

Sri Lanka
2 students

Niue's flag.

Niue
2 students

Tonga's flag.

Tonga
1 student

Mongolia's flag.

Mongolia
1 student

Philippines's flag.

Philippines
1 student

Singapore's flag.

Singapore
1 student

Cook Islands's flag.

Cook Islands
1 student

Micronesia, Federated States of's flag.

Micronesia, Federated States of
1 student

Viet Nam's flag.

Viet Nam
1 student

Kiribati's flag.

Kiribati
1 student

Nepal's flag.

Nepal
1 student

Marshall Islands's flag.

Marshall Islands
1 student

Hong Kong's flag.

Hong Kong
1 student

Nauru's flag.

Nauru
1 student

Brunei Darussalam's flag.

Brunei Darussalam
1 student

Europe

632 participant(s) from 35 country(s).

Russian Federation's flag.

Russian Federation
235 students

United Kingdom's flag.

United Kingdom
208 students

Germany's flag.

Germany
32 students

France's flag.

France
20 students

Greece's flag.

Greece
16 students

Romania's flag.

Romania
11 students

Italy's flag.

Italy
10 students

Netherlands's flag.

Netherlands
10 students

Poland's flag.

Poland
9 students

Norway's flag.

Norway
9 students

Spain's flag.

Spain
8 students

Ukraine's flag.

Ukraine
8 students

Belgium's flag.

Belgium
5 students

Bulgaria's flag.

Bulgaria
5 students

Portugal's flag.

Portugal
5 students

Lithuania's flag.

Lithuania
5 students

Slovakia's flag.

Slovakia
4 students

Georgia's flag.

Georgia
3 students

Moldova, Republic of's flag.

Moldova, Republic of
3 students

Czech Republic's flag.

Czech Republic
3 students

Denmark's flag.

Denmark
3 students

Malta's flag.

Malta
3 students

Switzerland's flag.

Switzerland
3 students

Belarus's flag.

Belarus
2 students

Croatia's flag.

Croatia
2 students

Austria's flag.

Austria
1 student

Hungary's flag.

Hungary
1 student

Slovenia's flag.

Slovenia
1 student

Finland's flag.

Finland
1 student

Cyprus's flag.

Cyprus
1 student

Sweden's flag.

Sweden
1 student

Iceland's flag.

Iceland
1 student

Faroe Islands's flag.

Faroe Islands
1 student

Serbia and Montenegro's flag.

Serbia and Montenegro
1 student

Ireland's flag.

Ireland
1 student

The Americas & Caribbean

139 participant(s) from 26 country(s).

United States's flag.

United States
52 students

Saint Lucia's flag.

Saint Lucia
16 students

Canada's flag.

Canada
12 students

Mexico's flag.

Mexico
12 students

Brazil's flag.

Brazil
7 students

Venezuela's flag.

Venezuela
5 students

Ecuador's flag.

Ecuador
4 students

Antigua and Barbuda's flag.

Antigua and Barbuda
3 students

Grenada's flag.

Grenada
3 students

Barbados's flag.

Barbados
2 students

Colombia's flag.

Colombia
2 students

Anguilla's flag.

Anguilla
2 students

British Virgin Islands's flag.

British Virgin Islands
2 students

Dominica's flag.

Dominica
2 students

Saint Kitts and Nevis's flag.

Saint Kitts and Nevis
2 students

Argentina's flag.

Argentina
2 students

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines's flag.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
2 students

Honduras's flag.

Honduras
1 student

Panama's flag.

Panama
1 student

Bermuda's flag.

Bermuda
1 student

Jamaica's flag.

Jamaica
1 student

Chile's flag.

Chile
1 student

Trinidad and Tobago's flag.

Trinidad and Tobago
1 student

Guyana's flag.

Guyana
1 student

Costa Rica's flag.

Costa Rica
1 student

Suriname's flag.

Suriname
1 student

Academic Disciplines: 577 Post-Graduate Students

Business 351 (61%)
Politics and International Relations 104 (18%)
Psychology 26   (4.5%)
Law 18   (3%)
Actuarial Sciences
8     (1.4%)  
English 8     (1.4%)
Anthroplogy    (1.4%)
Sociology 8     (1.4%)
Bioscience 6     (1%)
Conservation & Environment 6     (1%)
History
6     (1%)
Social Policy
5
Engineering
5
Computer Science
5
Economics
4
Architecture
3
Criminology 3
Electronics
3
Health Service and Addictive Behaviour 2
Film and Visual Arts 2
Information Technology
2
Physics
2
Classical Studies & Archaeology
2
Medieval Studies
2
European Theatre 1
Medicine 1
European Culture & Languages 1
Philosophy 1
Pharmacy 1
Urban Studies 1
Education

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