MAS European and International Governance
Period25 September 2019 - 9 July 2020
- Provide a deep understanding of the political, economic, social and legal aspects of European and International Governance
- Acquire extended knowledge on the functioning of the United Nations, the European Union institutions and the specialised organisations based in Geneva
- Develop competencies to take over executive functions in national or international careers dealing with global issues
- Architecture of the EU and European Governance
- Architecture of the UN System and Multilateral Governance
- The European Union and its Role in International Affairs
- Key Skills for an International or a National Career dealing with Global Issues
- Human Rights and Migration
- International Peace and Security
- International Trade
- Health and Environment
- Private Secor and Sustainable Development Goals
Prof. Christine KADDOUS, Centre for European Legal Studies (CEJE), Faculty of Law and Prof. Nicolas LEVRAT, Faculty of Law and Global Studies Institute, University of Geneva
The academic requirement to apply for the Master Programme is at least a Bachelor’s degree (completed university studies of at least three years) or a
Master’s degree from a University or a University of Applied Sciences or a degree deemed equivalent.
A relevant professional experience in the field of the Programme is taken into consideration in the admission process.
The lectures are taught in English. Candidates must have sufficient fluency in written and spoken English to be able to follow the Programme. The professional project report or the Master’s thesis could be written in English or in French. In specific cases, with the approval of the Directors of the Programme, another language
can be used to write the Master’s thesis or the professional project report.
This program has given me a better understanding and a more practical approach of handling issues at the global level. (Ndey Haddy, Diplomat, Gambia, MEIG graduate 2017)