A Completed Application Includes:
1. Complete the 2017 Application Form, which also requires the following:
- Current résumé in standard format, download résumé example (PDF preferred; Word doc accepted)
- Open-ended essay questions
(For preparation purposes, you can download a PDF version of the application form. However, note that applications are only accepted online.)
2. Two letters of recommendation
Recommendations should be from people familiar with your professional, community service and/or academic work. The letter should address how your personal, professional, and/or academic qualities and experiences will support your success in a competitive, Geneva-based, internship. Recommenders should feel free to include any specific examples that illustrate the quality of your character and abilities. References should send letters of recommendation directly to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by the application deadline, December 12th.
Undergraduate applicants: In addition to two letters of recommendation, program staff will schedule a phone call to speak with each of your recommenders individually.
All application materials, including reference letters, must be received by the application deadline: Monday, December 12th 2016, at 11:59 pm EST.
The admissions process is highly competitive. Criteria for admission includes an applicant’s educational and professional background, leadership skills, and commitment to a career in global policy. Priority will be given to students who have a combination of relevant work, academic, and volunteer experience. More information can be found in the FAQ section.
All students will receive a final admissions decision from the program in late December 2016.