Short Programmes


Short executive programmes can broaden your exposure, offer a refresh on the most current issues in world affairs, and can help to build new skills and expertise in niche areas.  Some short course programmes also carry ECTS credits.  They offer opportunities for networking with colleagues from various organisations and sectors, welcoming participants from both Geneva and beyond.

Programme length can vary, from 2-3 days to modules of 1-week each.

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The International Framework of Women's Human Rights / Le cadre international des Droits de l'Homme et des Droits humains des femmes
  • English version: November 2014
  • French version:  December 2014
  • Limited enrolment - open only to officials of the Missions to the UN in Geneva
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Engaging in Multistakeholder Diplomacy for Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs)
  • December 2014
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Leading in the Human Rights Council
  • February 2015
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International Oil and Gas Resources Governance
  • February 2015 and May 2015
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Intellectual Property, Diplomacy and Global Public Health
  • February 2015
Global Health Diplomacy
Global Health Diplomacy
  • June 2015
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Multilateralism on the Horizon
  • June 2015
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Gestion des fondations donatrices
  • September 2015
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Gestion Stratégique de Projets de Développement
  • Annual programme, each Autumn (next in Fall 2015)
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Diplomatie et Santé   
  • Annual programme, each Autumn (next in French in Fall 2015)
  • Offered in English each June (see above)

 

In addition, customised programmes can be developed for groups of participants across a range of themes, formats and locations.  Executive Education regularly delivers short-course programmes for governments, international organisations, NGOs and international companies.