Students are based in Geneva with excursions to France and Croatia. Grounded in a framework of social justice, this program focuses on vulnerable groups, and critiques organizations that respond to their needs.
Interactive research studies and field excursions in Switzerland and France deepen students' understanding of the challenges faced by organizations that foster public health, human rights, peacebuilding, multilateral diplomacy, environmental accountability, and sustainable development.
Geneva is a city in western Switzerland on the shores of Lake Geneva. It is an international center for many reknown international organizations, including the United Nations and the World Health Organization. Excursions include Paris, France, Bern and Lugano, Switzerland and Zagreb, Croatia.
School for International Training Study Center in Switzerland
With its long history of neutrality, independence, and protection of the disenfranchised, Geneva is the world's capital for international organizations dedicated to conflict transformation, social justice, and sustainable development.
Classes Primarily with US Students
Minimum 2.5 GPA. Previous college-level coursework and/or other significant preparation in international relations studies or a related academic discipline, such as political science or pre-law coursework, as assessed by SIT.