MINT Research in Practice

MINT students are trained in critical thinking and rigorous analysis on the key issues facing our world today, bringing together their unique skills towards a collective effort to create the solutions our world most needs. A key part of this training involves a concentrated focus on the practice of ethical leadership, including through meaningful engagement with leading policy-makers, practitioners and thought leaders in Geneva and beyond.

Applied research projects


​​Applied Research Projects (ARPs) are a foundational component of the MINT programme, during which small student groups conduct policy-relevant research with partner organisations working on issues relating to international development and international relations. ARPs offer a unique pedagogical experience in which students work closely with policymakers, practitioners and leaders in Geneva and beyond to answer some of the most pressing research questions of global concern.

Applications for interested partners are now welcome and will be accepted until 16 January 2023. 

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Engaged student scholarship

 

The following are examples of some of the best Master's Dissertations by MINT students and alumni, which have received awards and prizes for their research in practice. All complete Master theses are also collected in the online Institutional Repository.

Beyond the Classroom

"DOING GOOD": ETHICS, POWER AND PRIVILEGE IN INTERNATIONAL ENGAGEMENT

SDG IN FINANCE

THE SWISS LAB FOR SUSTAINABLE FINANCE