The Master of Advanced Studies in European and International Governance – MEIG Programmeis organized by the Centre d’études juridiques européennes (CEJE), the Global Studies institute (GSI) in cooperation with the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG).
Professor Christine Kaddous is the director of the Programme.
The MEIG Programme offers general and specialized courses on European and International Governance. It aims at raising the awareness and knowledge of the participants on these issues, while providing the necessary theoretical and practical information that may be of use in the participants’ day to day professional activities. The Programme of study covers theoretical and practical aspects of a number of topics such as Migration, Human Rights, Peace, Security and humanitarian Affairs, Trade and Development, Climate Change, Health and Environment, as well as the Agenda 2030, in both academic and professional perspectives.
The Programme is designed for graduates and professionals working or wishing to work in governments and ministries (Foreign Affairs, Trade, Economy, Finance, Agriculture, Justice and Home affairs etc.) dealing with global issues, in national administrations, international and European organisations, associations and foundations dealing with international affairs. It provides the students with a deep understanding of international relations backed by an in-depth knowledge of the political, economic, social and legal aspects of governance, the programme allows them to acquire the ability to analyse current affairs and evaluate today’s challenges with an expert eye and act accordingly. The Programme seeks to enroll candidates from a variety of countries, backgrounds and career plans.
The modules included will be taught in English at the University of Geneva. Study visits to the International Organisations based in Geneva and to the European institutions in Brussels will allow students to gain an inside and hands-on understanding of European and International governance.
Modules and Master’s end-of-study project
The study Programme corresponds to 60 ECTS credits. It comprises nine thematic and methodological modules as well as a Master’s end-of-study project which comprises either an internship and a written internship report, a written report on a predetermined project in the framework of the student’s professional activity, or a research project in the form of a written thesis on a subject related to the teaching in the Programme.
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The next edition of the MEIG Program starts at the end of mid-September 2020 and will end in July 2021.