Admission requirements

Applicants must fulfill the following criteria:
 
Educational background Higher education (minimum bachelor), social sciences and humanities majors are preferred
Professional experience Minimum 2 years of relevant professional experience; for PhD students, one year of relevant research experience is sufficient
English proficiency Excellent (active and passive)
Note: if English is not your mother tongue, an official document is needed which proves your proficiency in English (e.g. min. 1 year of higher level studies in English, results for TOEFL min. 550 (paper based test) or 79 (internet based test), IELTS (min. 6.5) or other internationally recognized similar tests).
Other Theoretical or practical experience with human rights and/or children's rights is a plus.
You can only participate in the course once. Participants of previous editions cannot be accepted.