|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.