Geneva School of Diplomacy - Fellowship
- Bachelor, Master, Phd
- Partially Funded
GSD also awards a limited number of fellowships to students who fulfill the criteria of financial need and academic merit.
For a better world leadership - for a more compassionate world. Understanding the world around us - past, present and future - and influencing that world in a more human direction, is what the Geneva School of Diplomacy is all about.
The Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations (GSD) has prided itself on rigorous teaching and on a faculty renowned for their concern for the individual needs of students. This tradition is enhanced by the specialist and interdisciplinary nature of the curriculum. Our culture of responsiveness to students forms the basis of a stimulating and cosmopolitan atmosphere for the exchange of ideas, research, teaching and socializing.
The high quality of education is presented by well-respected and renowned professors, statesmen and women, and ambassadors. They instruct, research, and publish in both classic and cutting edge areas in the field of International Relations. International Relations is an exciting, fast-changing, broad-based discipline which allows students to engage in key issues in today’s world and acquire crucial transferable skills.
The TOEFL® test is a popular option for students to meet the English-language requirements for scholarships.
GSD Fellowships usually range between 10% to a maximum of 50% tuition waiver. GSD Fellowships require administrative assistance of up to 15 hours per week in addition to the regular coursework required for the degree programme.
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