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International Institute in Geneva Master in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD) (European & US accreditations)
International Institute in Geneva

Master in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD) (European & US accreditations)

Geneva, Switzerland

1 Years

English

Full time, Part time

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CHF 36,400 / per year **

On-Campus

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** application fee: 150 CHF

Introduction

Study for 2 degrees in 1 year in Geneva.

Designed for careers in International Organizations, Diplomatic Services, and Private Sector.

The Master of International Relations and Diplomacy (MIR-D) responds to the growing demand to train young professionals in Geneva for decision-making careers in international organizations, diplomatic services, and the private sector. Situated in the same city as the United Nations headquarters in Europe, the program takes full advantage of Geneva’s unique situation as a world capital of multilateral diplomacy. The MIR provides substantial resources for its international faculty and student body to network with international institutions (UNHCR, UNECE, UNCTAD, WTO, WHO, ILO, ITU, WIPO, WEF, ICRC) and diplomatic missions.

Students may select a unique option: undertaking the IUG master in IR consisting of 14 taught modules and extending their studies to include an individual research dissertation to gain the award of MA IR at the University of Plymouth (UK). Upon successful completion of 12 out of 14 taught modules, at IUG, the student can progress directly into the dissertation stage of the MA IR at UoP, which would be an extra 4 months duration without leaving Geneva

Key Benefits

  • Learning in a dynamic environment in Switzerland with a multicultural student body and faculty working in academia and international institutions;
  • Providing knowledge and skills to analyze international issues, prepare policy reports and participate in international decision-making via international conferences and meetings;
  • Exploring the United Nations system, international regimes, regional agreements, and technical cooperation between states;
  • Gaining insight into multilateral diplomacy being in the heart of “International Geneva”.

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