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HISTORY MATTERS

Today Swiss School for International Relations is a dynamically developing international platform, on the basis of which various educational, scientific, innovative programs and created, in which leading Universities and transnational companies are involved

INFRASTRUCTURE

Modern Infrastructure

The classrooms are equipped with the latest technology in order to create a productive environment responding to the needs of all students

International Environment

The IHEID’s «Le Grand Morillon» campus was built in 2021 and quickly became a destination for students from all over the world. Surrounded by international organizations, it is the ideal hub for student life

Comfortable Accommodation

On the campus, students have access to fully equipped studios and apartments, as well as a coffeeshop, a fitness room, a laundry, park places for the bicycles and a park

Digital Learning Support System

Classes are held in multimedia classrooms with the support of our own online platform, available 24/7

SWITZERLAND

Top in Innovations and Talents

Switzerland is regularly ranked at the top position among «the most liveable cities», according to the ranking by the Global Liveability Index.

2021 World Talent Ranking: Switzerland emerges as the clear for the fifth consecutive time.

 

Truly International

For the past hundred years, Geneva has played the role of a leading European center of diplomacy. «The world’s largest center of multilateral diplomacy», «the capital of peacemaking», «the leading center of global governance» — the politicians do not shy away from the superlatives when describing the impact of Geneva on the international policy making process. The European Office of the United Nations has its headquarters in Geneva with 36 other international organizations, such as the World Trade Organization, and approximately 700 non-governmental organizations (NGOs), as well as 179 diplomatic missions.

Totally Safe

In Switzerland, there are far fewer police officers per 100,000 inhabitants than the average in the neighboring European countries. And yet the Confederation is one of the safest countries in the world.

admission

The education process is carried out on a contractual basis.


The enrollment is decided according to the results of the Unified State Examination (USE), without any additional entrance examinations.

The required disciplines of USE for each program are listed by the MGIMO Admission Rules.

For more information about the Program and tuition fees, please contact us at 8 (800) 302-80-79.

Which undergraduate programs are open for enrolment for 2023?
The enrolment process for 2023 is currently open for the following undergraduate programs (studies in Moscow and Geneva):

■ «International and Comparative Law»

■ «International Economics and Finance»

■ «Multilateral Diplomacy»
What are the terms and stages of the admission campaign?
The admissions committee opens on June 20, 2023. However, you can send your inquiry anytime to the coordinators of each program.
Do I need to take an additional entrance exam?
The enrollment is decided according to the results of the Unified State Examination (USE), without any additional entrance examinations.
Which exams do I need to pass to qualify for enrolment to the program «International and Comparative Law»?
The admission to the program «International and Comparative Law» is carried out separately based on the following minimum requirements for the results of the Unified State Examination:

■ Foreign (English or French) language (60 points),
■ Social studies (60 points),
■ Russian language (60 points).
Which exams do I need to pass to qualify for enrolment to the program «International Economics and Finance»?
The admission to the program «International Economics and Finance» is carried out separately based on the following minimum requirements for the results of the Unified State Examination:

■ English (80 points),
■ Mathematics (50 points),
■ Russian language (70 points).
Which exams do I need to pass to qualify for enrolment to the program «Multilateral Diplomacy»?
The admission to the program «Multilateral Diplomacy» is carried out separately based on the following minimum requirements for the results of the Unified State Examination:

■ English (80 points),
■ History (60 points),
■ Russian language (70 points).
Are the educational programs held on a contract basis?
The educational process is carried out on a contractual basis.

Two separate contracts for the provision of paid educational services are concluded: one with MGIMO and the other - with Swiss School for International Relations with tuition fees determined by each contract separately.