United Nations Information Service’s 57th Graduate Study Programme

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United Nations Information Service’s 57th Graduate Study Programme

The United Nations Information Service’s 57th Graduate Study Programme will be held at the United Nations Office at Geneva from 1 to 12 July 2019. The GSP theme for 2019 will be:

”LOOKING BACK AT 100 YEARS OF MULTILATERALISM: TAKING STOCK AND PREPARING THE FUTURE”

The United Nations Information Service’s Graduate Study Programme provides an opportunity for participants to deepen their understanding of the United Nations system through first-hand observation and study. 

Application Deadline: 3rd March 2019

Participants will form working groups to study issues related to the various dimensions of this theme. Under the guidance of United Nations experts. They will be provided with selected documents and publications on the theme under discussion.

How to apply:

The selection of students invited to attend this programme is on the basis of their academic experience and motivation, with due regard to equitable geographical and gender distribution. The age limit for application is 32 years of age.

Students interested in the 2019 Graduate Study Programme must submit their application ONLINE until 3rd March 2019. No applications will be acceptable after this date.

The application form is to be filled in on our website, accompanied by a copy of the applicant’s passport, a letter of recommendation (in English or French only)from a university or governmental authority. Proof of current enrolment (at the time of application) in a Master’s degree programme. Or a postgraduate degree programme (or equivalent) and university diplomas obtained.

Please note that incomplete applications will receive no consideration.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the United Nations Information Service’s 57th Graduate Study Programme 2019

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