Beschreibung des Angebots
The CAS Practices of International Organizations consists of courses in the following fields:
- Introduction to International Law
- WTO Law
- Foreigns Relations of the EU
- Political Economics of International Organizations
- International Negotiations: In the WTO and Beyond
- Labor and Social Rights
The CAS Practices of International Organizations is one out of five CAS offered by the Institute of European Global Studies, counting towards the Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in European and Global Governance. The program focuses on global research on Europe in the fields of law, economy and society.
This study program is aimed at candidates seeking to undertake further training in the field of European and Global Governance. The study program is especially relevant for those who want to prepare or gain further qualification for positions in institutions of the EU or the UNO, in international and civil society organizations, in public administration, in the private sector, or in corporate or political consulting.
To be admitted to the study program, candidates need to meet the following criteria:
- University degree on a Master’s level or proof of equivalent education
- Bachelor’s degree including relevant work experience in politics, administration, the
economic sector or with NGOs (ideally several years)
- High command of English (spoken and written)
In some exceptional cases, candidates may also be admitted to the program if they can demonstrate a relevant career progression as well as further education or training in the field.
Link zur Zulassung
Application deadline: 31 July 2017
- Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS
Certificate of Advanced Studies in Practices of International Organizations, University of Basel
Ort / Adresse
- Basel (BS)
Auskünfte / Kontakt
Study Program Coordinator MAS
Institute for European Global Studies of the University of Basel
Gellertstrasse 27, P.O. Box
Tel.: +41 61 317 97 68
Der Studiengang ist Teil der Advanced Studies, der berufsbegleitenden Weiterbildung der Universität Basel.