Apply for a Summer Programme

Applications process
 

 

1

Complete the online application form:

Summer Programme on International Affairs :
Applications closed 

Summer Programme on the United Nations and Global Challenges :
Applications closed 

 

2

Pay the application fee of CHF 50  through Paypal

3

Validate your application by clicking on "Submit"

 

Applications for the Summer Programme on International Affairs will be open until 15 May
Applications for the Summer Programme on the United Nations and Global Challenges will be open until 15 June.
Only complete and validated applications will be considered. Decisions will be announced on a rolling basis.  

Tuition fees
 

International Affairs
Student rate:
CHF 900/week
CHF 3'500 for the four weeks

Professional rate:
CHF 1'000/week
CHF 3'800/for the four weeks
 

United Nations and Global Challenges
Student rate: CHF 2'800
Professional rate: CHF 3'000

Participation in the programme will be confirmed upon payment of the tuition fees.
Unfortunately, financial aid can not be supplied to candidates wishing to participate in these programmes.

If a participant cancels his/her enrolment:

  • two months prior to the start of the programme, 95% of the refund will be granted.
  • between two months and two weeks prior to the start of the programme 65% refund will be granted.
  • within two weeks from the start of the programme or during the programme, no refund will be granted.

Registration fees will not be refunded.

Credits


All participants will be given a "certificate of participation" at the end of the programme.

Students who chose to follow the programme to obtain credits will have to:

for the International Affairs Programme (IA)

  • participate in the four modules/weeks
  • participate during class (20%)
  • write an essay exam at the end of the programme (80%)
     

for the United Nations and Global Challenges (UN)

  • participate during class (20%)
  • write an essay exam at the end of the programme (30%)
  • write a research paper covering their experience in the programme as a whole, due, at the latest, three weeks after the end of the programme (50%)

It is up to your home university to evaluate our courses and decide the amount of credits you can receive (approximately six European ECTS credits for two to four weeks (IA)).
 

Moodle


Academic information such as preparatory readings, syllabus, etc. will be available on the Moodle platform by the end of May.
 

Housing and visa


Please contact housing.administration@graduateinstitute.ch to learn more about student housing availabilities.

Once admitted, students will also receive a list of private housing offers.
Once admitted, you can us contact is to receive a formal invitation letter for your visa request, if needed.

Contact


Contact us if you have any questions related to the programmes: