GENEVA – The Geneva Graduate Institute and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University will establish a dual degree master program that can be obtained in two years instead of three.
The program is intended for “outstanding professionals with a minimum of seven years professional experience and will allow them to add to a strong education in international relations or development issues, a high-level training in public administration.”
Participants will have to be admitted independently by each institution.
That is, students can only apply to the Kennedy School during the first semester of study in Geneva, if accepted they go to Harvard, otherwise they stay here to complete their Master’s.
Four Pierre Keller full scholarships will be granted yearly.The program begins in 2014.
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