The Graduate Institute Geneva - Scholarships
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Are you interested in an international career? Welcome to the Institute! We are the oldest establishment in the world (1927) entirely devoted to preparing students for an international career, including jobs in universities. We are happy to welcome our students in the most modern urban campus at an institution of social sciences in the world today.
We prepare our students for a fulfilling professional life in three areas:
international cooperation: national administrations operating on an international level (central banks, ministries of foreign affairs, of trade, of the economy, of finance, etc.), international organisations, non-governmental organisations, associations and international foundations international affairs: legal and consulting firms, multinationals (above all in the corporate/government affairs and public relations sectors), insurance and finance the analysis of international life: university teaching and research, research departments within international institutions or companies, the media, think tanks, etc.
The Graduate Institute aims to support students with demonstrated financial need by providing financial assistance, which may take the form of a full cost-of-living scholarship, a partial scholarship and/or a tuition fee reduction. The Institute's resources are not sufficient to meet the financial needs of all its students; therefore, applicants are strongly encouraged to seek external financial support. Doctoral students may apply for a remunerated teaching assistant or research assistant position, generally starting in their second year of study. Financial need is not taken into account in the evaluation of a candidate's application for admission. The Financial Aid Committee evaluates only the financial aid requests of admitted applicants, and only those who demonstrate financial need. If necessary, consideration is also given to academic achievement.
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