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MAS - Master of Advance Studies in International Relations | UBIS Geneva
The UBIS Master Programs in Business Administration, International Relations, and in Media and Communication give preference to students with significant working experience, and require the successful completion of 18 courses, plus a thesis, comprising 540 contact hours over 15 months (57 credits). The UBIS management studies programs can be completed in fifteen months or, exceptionally, students with the appropriate prior qualifications and experience may complete the graduate program in 12 months (16 courses for a total of 450 contact hours giving 48 credits). Students will be required to submit a research thesis or case study as part of their graduate program. The thesis carries 3 credits, but as an independent study is not included as contact hours. Graduate students may transfer a total of 9 credits from other institutions with good academic standing and must complete 39 credits in residency.
School & Campus: University of Business & International Studies, Geneva
Duration: 15 months
Awards: Master of Advance Studies in International Relations
Start Dates: January (Module A) / March (Module B) / May (Module C) / June (Module D) / August (Module E) / October (Module F)
Admission Requirements: Bachelors Degree and a good score in TOEFL / IELTS.
Graduates from the UBIS Master of Advanced Studies in International Relations will have acquired both broad vision and practical skills. They will be able at once to develop and manage immediate needs without losing sight of the larger context. With this dual capacity, UBIS I.R. MAS graduates will be ready to work as leaders, directors, consultants and professionals in international organizations, national public administrations, private for-profit companies, as well as civil society non-profit organizations, foundations and associations.
UBIS students benefit from extensive international network in the public and private sectors. UBIS MAS graduates will be capable of the following:
Employment: Apply for high-level positions in management, such as for executive positions in international organizations, public office, mid-level managerial posts, as well as positions of responsibility in NGOs, and in public administration.
Conceptual Work: Develop consultancy or production projects, design financial plans, organize and oversee the work of teams, lay out and present research-based studies, or develop a visibility campaign to attract and retain the attention of target audiences, such as stakeholders, donors or public supporters.