UNITED NATIONS INFORMATION SERVICE - GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMME


APPLICATION FORM

53rd Graduate Study Programme

 

6 - 17  July 2015

 

United Nations Office at Geneva

 


" FROM MILLENIUM TO SUSTAINABLE: CRAFTING NEW DEVELOPMENT GOALS FOR THE FUTURE WE WANT " 

 

"Our goal is simple but daunting prosperity and dignity for all in a world where humankind lives in harmony with nature"  -  Ban Ki-moon.


 

Please note that in addition to registering online, candidates should upload the requested documentation by the United Nations Information Service (see at the end of the online application form).

 

 


Please read carefully the following information before your start:

 

♦  Incomplete applications will not be considered.

 

♦  Information provided in this form will not be taken into account without the requested documents to be uploaded (at the end of the form) or if the documents are sent after the deadline.

 

♦  Travel costs, travel arrangements, living and accommodation expenses are the sole responsibility of students and/or their sponsoring institution.

 

♦  Minimum age of the GSP participant is 23, maximum age is 35.

 

♦  Participants must be enrolled in master or doctoral programme at the time of registration and should not be employed full-time.

 

♦  Participants must have a thorough working knowledge in both English and French.

 

♦  If selected for participation, applicants must submit a proof of medical insurance and a certificate of good health.

 

♦  Candidates who have already participated in the past will not be re-considered.

 

♦  The programme is not connected to employment with the United Nations.

 

 

Applications submitted after 27 February 2015 will not be considered.


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