The University of Geneva is currently accepting applications for the Master of Advanced Studies in European and International Governance 2021-2022 (MEIG Programme) which is organized in cooperation with the United Nations Office at Geneva. Students of all nationalities are invited to apply and submit their applications for both the 10-month course and a scholarship.
Duration: September 2021 to July 2022 followed by 3 months for either an internship, a professional project or a master’s thesis
Deadline for application: 20 March 2021
Eligibility: at least a Bachelor or a Master degree in international relations, economics, political sciences or law from a recognized University (other academic areas might be considered), sufficient English language skills
Tuition fee: CHF 25’000
The interdisciplinary program is designed for graduates and young professionals with different backgrounds who have obtained at least a Bachelor diploma. It aims at providing students with a thorough understanding of the political, economic, social and legal aspects of European and International Governance, and equip them with the essential professional skills for leading positions in national administrations at all levels, international or regional organisations, NGOs as well as in public or private companies.
Please visit the official website and see the flyers below for further information.