Non-degree Certification of Professional Achievement in United Nations Studies

Course
  • Online

Opportunity Details

  • Opportunity ID 13880
  • Degree Non Degree Program/Certificate
  • Language Requirement Not Required
  • Opportunity Type : Fully Funded
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Opportunity Description

The Columbia Schools of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and School of Professional Studies provide non-degree Certification of Professional Achievement in UN studies to conveys the primary studies in the related area for applicants with a higher degree or undergraduate applicants who rising juniors or seniors and outstanding academic performance in the field of political science and international studies and willing to know about the UN history, inner work, challenges associated with the UN’s role in the today’s world. Read the details. If you are eligible, you can apply.

Details:

Host institute: Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and School of Professional Studies

Program contains:

  • Primary analytical issues
  • Theoretical approaches
  • History
  • Policy database in international relations and the UN

Session duration: 12 Weeks

Program date: Summer 26 May to 14 August

Deadline: Ongoing

Program curriculum:

Applicants willing to perform the program must cover the followings:

  • The UN and Development: INAF S6569
  • The UN and Challenges of Peace Building: INAF S6554
  • The UN and Maintenance of International Peace and Security: INAF S6559
  • The UN and Human Rights: INAF S6552

Eligibilities:

  • Applicants in graduate-level and undergraduate applicants with rising juniors or seniors and outstanding academic performance in the field of political science and international studies can apply.
  • Applicants with excellent English language skills. (TOEFL IBT 100, PBT 600, IELTS 7.0 or higher)If applicants are not able to provide the mentioned score, they can ask for the DET Duolingo English Test to demonstrate English proficiency. They must get at least 120 ratings to meet the Columbia SPS requirements.
  • Applicants must be able to pass an online interview successfully.
  • Must have strong communication skills (Written and Oral).

Required documents:

  • Academic transcript
  • Update Resume
  • Letter of statement
  • Recommendation letter
  • Application fee
  • Video essay
  • Test score
  • Supplemental essays
  • Online application form

How to apply:

Interested and applicants who meet the requirements can apply online

Apply HERE

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