Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva
Michigan Law students may study the theory, policy and practice of international law during either the fall or winter term at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva.
The Graduate Institute is an independent graduate school and was the first institution in the world dedicated solely to the study of international affairs. Located in the midst of Geneva's international organizations, it attracts students and scholars from around the globe and specializes in studying the major global, international and transnational challenges facing the world today.
Nestled between the Alps and the Jura Mountains, Geneva not only hosts more international organizations than any other city, but also serves as a global hub for diplomacy and banking.
Interested students must comply with the General Guidelines for Semester Legal Studies Abroad, which include how to apply. Students should also review the Guidelines for Semester Study Abroad at Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva.
Apply by February 15, 2021(For Fall 2021 or Winter 2022; Winter 2022 applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until August 15, 2021)
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