DAS - International Organizations Management

Previously Management Development Certificate

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Objectives
Master advanced management skills and practices commonly used in intergovernmental, public and non-profit organizations
Analyze fundamental concepts of change management in complex organizational settings
Explore risk analysis and decision-making mechanisms specific to international institutions and cope with international challenges
Gain project management skills within the international development context and set up innovative solutions
Strengthen leadership and team management skills and learn to apply intercultural negotiation techniques
Develop a professional network to share knowledge and expertise all around the world
Audience
Professional working in IOs, NGOs, NPOs or in the public and private sector and seeking career change
Programme
10 modules à choix parmi les suivants, pour un total de 30 crédits :

Dont 3 modules minimum parmi les suivants : Practice of International Relations • Governance and Management challenges in the UN system • Sustainable Finance • International Law and its Effects on IOs and NGOs • Risk Management • Leadership and Strategic Change in the UN • Designing Development Projects • Managerial Accounting • Performance and Resource Management in NPOs • Leadership and Management in NPOs • Communication, Fundraising and Advocacy

Et 3 modules minimum parmi les suivants:

Global Strategy • Doing Business in Emerging Markets • Managing Across Cultures • 1International Trade • Business & Society • Cross Sector Partnerships • Social Entrepreneurship & Business Plan • Global Innovation Management • PDP / Change Management • PDP / Effective Communication • PDP / Team Leadership • PDP / Conflict Resolution in Business & Politics

Master Thesis (Full-time participants: based on a 3-month internship within an IO or an NGO / Part-time participants: within the current place of work)

Directors
Prof. Tina AMBOS and Prof. Thomas STRAUB, Geneva School of Economics and Management (GSEM), University of Geneva
Co-ordinator
Rose ACHEAMPONG, University of Geneva
Partnership
Various collaborations with international and non-governmental organizations
14th edition

Duration
1 September 2017-30 June 2018
10 Modules • 30 ECTS credits •
over 1 to 2 academic years • Modules can be followed individually

Registration deadline
Applications are on a rolling basis depending on availability

Registration fee
CHF 15'000.-
Chèque formation

Information
GSEM Executive
+41(0)22 379 89 71
gsem-exec-iomba(at)unige.ch

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