Certificate: CHF 8'500
Diploma: CHF 8'000 to CHF 25'000 according to the Human Development Index (HDI):
CHF 12'500 for candidates coming from a country with a low-to-medium HDI (CHF 8'000 for candidates coming from programme priority countries. To find out if you are eligible, please contact us: at email@example.com)
CHF 17'500 for candidates coming from a country with a high HDI (CHF 13'000 for candidates coming from programme priority countries. To find out if you are eligible, please contact us: at firstname.lastname@example.org)
CHF 25'000 for candidates coming from a country with a very high HDI
Logistic fees are organised and covered by the programme. You are only required to organise and take at your expenses the round trip to attend Module 1.
Early Birds: Our early applicants who are admitted to the course could receive an ‘Early Bird’ tuition reduction. For more info, please, contact us : email@example.com.
Alumni: 10% discount
If you are a Geneva tax payer, you may be eligible to the chèque annuel de formation (CAF) up to CHF 2'250, delivered by the Canton of Geneva. The CAF request must be made before the start of the training. The programme reference is 2713.
Bachelor's degree (minimum 3 years) and several years (ideally 5-7 years) of professional experience (or an equivalent combination of training and experience)
Proficiency in English (no certificate is required, although interviews by skype or in-person in Geneva may be requested)
Support of the applicant's organisation - Diploma only
Executive Certificate in Development Policies and Practices - Conflict and Fragility Management
Certificate of Advanced Studies - CAS (15 ECTS)
Requires successful completion of Module 1 assessments and final paper
Executive Diploma in Development Policies and Practices - Conflict and Fragility Management
Diploma of Advanced Studies - DAS (30 ECTS)
Requires successful completion of Modules 1, 2 and 3 assessments and thesis
Both programmes count towards the Executive Master in International Relations
IMPORTANT: Please, note that CAS and DAS degrees cannot be counted as academic degree requirements needed for PhD applications.
Online application form
Scanned copies of your academic degrees
Letter of reference from your current or previous employer - Certificate only
Letter from your current employer explaining the relevance of your professional thesis for the institution's activities and objectives. This letter must be written on headed paper and include the full contact details of the person signing it: surname, first name, position, email address and telephone number - Diploma only - Download letter outline
Upon successful completion of the degree (Certificate or Diploma), participants become alumni of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, and get the following benefits:
Full alumni membership of the Graduate Institute alumni network of 19,000+ members
10% discount on Executive Education programmes
Networking and professional development opportunities through alumni regional chapters and DPP community of practice