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.
To apply for the Programme, candidates must submit a complete application file, containing the following documents:
- Completed and signed application form
- Curriculum vitae (in English) with a portrait photograph (headshot)
- Copy of passport or ID (personal details page)
- Copy of the relevant academic diploma (latest one)
- Transcript of records (if available)
- Copy of certificates or other evidence of past and present professional positions
- Letter of motivation in English
Please do not send original documents or certificates.
Any documents that are not in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish must
be accompanied by a certified translation.
There is no application fee.
The application form can be completed online.
We prefer to receive documents via e-mail. If you choose postal mail, please do not staple or bind the pages of your application.
Please submit your application file to: email@example.com
Or by postal mail to our address:
Master of Advanced Studies in European and International Governance (MEIG Programme)
Centre d’études juridiques européennes
Université de Genève
40, Bd du Pont d’Arve
CH-1211 Geneva 4
Application starts: 15th November 2018
Application deadline: 1st March 2019
Applicants will be recruited until the limited places in the MEIG programme are distributed and considering the date of arrival of the MEIG candidate application form.
After sending the application, candidates are evaluated and selected by the Programme directors on the basis of the submitted documents. The Programme directors may at any time require applicants to provide further information, in addition to the documents submitted as part of the application. An interview may supplement the admission procedure. Incomplete applications are not taken into consideration.