Key information

Schedule

 

Course Dates         

  • Session 1: 10 to 18 April 2019 - Certificate & Master

  • Session 2: 20 to 28 June 2019 - Certificate & Master

  • Session 3: 9 September to 25 October 2019 - Master - Online

  • Session 4: 19 to 29 November 2019 - Master

Application Deadline  -  Rolling admissions

Applications are accepted until the course is full, though we strongly recommend you apply before 15 February or earlier.

For those who need a Swiss (Schengen) visa it is recommended to apply for admission by early December.

Location & language

 

Location

Executive Education
Villa Barton, Rue de Lausanne 132
1202 Geneva

Language

English

fees

 

Executive Certificate - CHF 9'600

Executive Master - CHF 22'000

Early Birds - Our early applicants who are admitted to the course could receive an "Early Bird" tuition reduction. For more info, please contact us: env@graduateinstitute.ch

Alumni - 10% discount

Geneva tax-payers may be eligible for up to a CHF 2,250 discount: learn more>

Entry Requirements

 

  • Selection is primarily based on candidates' professional experience and motivation

  • A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 8 years’ full-time experience is highly recommended, participants typically range between 35 and 50 years of age

  • Proficiency in English is required

Degrees Awarded

 

Executive Certificate in Environmental Governance
Certificate of Advanced Studies (15 ECTS)
Requires successful completion of Sessions 1 & 2 assessments and final paper

Executive Master in Environmental Governance & Policy Making
Diploma of Advanced Studies (30 ECTS)
Requires successful completion of Sessions 1,2,3 & 4 assessments and final paper

This programme counts towards the Master  of  Advanced Studies (MAS) in International Strategy and Leadership

Class Experience

 

Designed as a multi-stakeholder, peer-to-peer learning experience with participants coming from all sectors -non governmental and international organisations, multinational companies, unions and associations, national government agencies and diplomatic missions- and backgrounds. As a member of a small class (typically 15-25 people), engage and interact with influential thinkers and practitioners from policy, science and industry.

Alumni Benefits

 

Upon successful completion of the degree (Executive Certificate or Executive Master) participants become alumni of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, and get the following benefits:

  • Full alumni membership of the Graduate Institute alumni network of 18,000+ members

  • 10% discount on Executive Education programmes

  • Career services from the Graduate Institute

  • Networking and professional development opportunities through alumni regional chapters