In order to be considered for the Master in Anti-Corruption and Diplomacy, candidates must be fluent in English, possess a valid passport or national identity cards and have completed an undergraduate degree.
After signing up, we will kindly ask you to send to firstname.lastname@example.org the following documents:
- a copy of your CV
- a copy of your passport
- a copy of your bachelor degree certificate in English
- motivation letter
If you intend to apply for one of the partial programme fee waivers, please also submit:
- Extra paragraph in your motivation letter explaining how you are going to use the knowledge gained during this programme in advancing the cause of the fight against corruption in your country or organization where you are professionally engaged. What kind of initiative do you plan to pursue after attending the programme? Why are you the right candidate to be awarded with a partial programme fee waiver?
- A salary statement, pay slip or tax return
After reception of those documents, your application will be carefully considered.
Admission is granted on a rolling basis. However, early application is recommended given the limited number of places on the programme. A non-refundable application fee of 100 EUR shall be paid by all applicants directly to IACA.
The Master programme has a total duration of 18 months, with 25 - 32 contact hours per week.
Find more information on the MACD here.
UNITAR and IACA also offer a joint 6-month Executive Diploma in Anti-Corruption and Diplomacy. Find more information here.