In the Alumni Survey 2014 the OSCE Academy’s graduates listed a number of achievements, including upgraded position and job promotions, increase in salary and publication. Below is the list of publications by alumni in 2013- beginning 2014:
On 1 March Alumni chapter in Kyrgyzstan participated in the Alumni Breakfast, devoted to the topic of leadership; and in the Open House Day, organized for Bishkek-based candidates interested in the OSCE Academy's Masters Programmes.
On 7-8 September 2013 the OSCE Academy in Bishkek held its 2nd Alumni Reunion of the Master of Arts in Politics and Security and of the Master of Arts in Economic Governance and Development.
On June 25, 2013, the OSCE Academy has re-signed an Agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic allowing its graduates from Kyrgyzstan to intern at the Ministry.
On 27 April 2013 the alumni chapter in Tajikistan have met on the premises of the OSCE Office in Dushanbe. director of the Academy and Dr Christian Bleuer, former fellow of the Academy, took part in the
In 2012 the OSCE Academy's alumni continue to write and publish their works in the Research and Academic Journals, local newspapers, Annual reports of the International Organizations,
On May 28, 2012, the OSCE Academy has signed an Agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Afghanistan allowing its graduates from Afghanistan to intern at the Ministry.
On May 14, 2012 Alumni chapter from Tajikistan, together with the OSCE Academy Director Maxim Ryabkov and Academic Assistant Nazira Abakirova met with Mr. Istvan Nyitrai Deputy Head of Mission, Delegation of the EU to the Republic of Tajikistan.
On May 5-6 OSCE Academy has conducted the 2nd Alumni Conference on Comprehensive Security and Sustainable Development in Bishkek. Around thirty alumni from Central Asia and Afghanistan participated in the conference. This year the conference was opened by the public lecture "Securing Central Asia" by Dr. Sally Cummings, Senior Lecturer, University of St. Andrews. 16 alumni presented their papers within the three OSCE dimensions-panels: Political Military, Human and Economic-Environmental.
On April 13, 2012 alumna Lene Wetteland initiated a meeting of the OSCE Academy students of the Masters Programme in Politics and Security with the Helsinki Committee and the Norwegian dialogue/human rights organization Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights representatives.