Masters Degrees in International Relations

Webster University Geneva is ideally located for those wishing to study for a graduate level qualification (Master or Graduate Certificate) in International Relations, being located close to the European headquarters of the United Nations and UN specialized agencies, such as the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the Office of the High Commission for Human Rights.

Many of these International Organizations, U.N. Agencies, Missions to the U.N. and international NGOs in Geneva, which collectively make up what is referred to as "Genève internationale" offer internships at the master's level.  Webster's Career Services team works directly with students to find profiles that match the needs of various internship announcements throughout the year.  These can sometimes be pursued as an "Academic Internship", where students (from any nationality) are able to gain relevant work experience as part of their degree program.

Master and Certificate program courses are delivered in the evening, to allow working professionals to attend classes (choosing one or two nights per week), while those who are full-time students are free to pursue volunteer and/or internship experiences during the daytime. 

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International Relations (MA)

Graduate Certificates in International & Regional Security, International Development, and International & Nongovernmental Organizations

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