Applications are now closed for Summer 2012.
Applicants must be:
Professionals, both trade specialists and professionals from related fields, keen to improve their knowledge and expertise of current issues in WTO negotiations, trade governance, and sector-specific issues.
Graduate level or senior undergraduate students with an interest in international trade.
If you are an undergraduate student, you should have some practical working experience or extracurricular activities in the requested area.
Applicants are expected to be proficient in English, although no certificate is required.
The Summer Programme application form was available online from 3 January 2012 until 15 April 2012. The application process is now closed.
Consideration is given only to complete applications. Upon receipt of your application, you will receive a confirmation by email.
An academic evaluation is made by the Summer Programme Office to determine if the Programme provides an appropriate challenge for applying participants.
You will receive an answer to your application within three weeks unless we contact you for further information. Upon acceptance, you will receive a formal letter of admission with invoice details for tuition fees.
Unfortunately, the Programme is unable to provide any financial assistance to candidates. However, we will be happy to provide a letter of reference to your sponsors or scholarship committee upon request.
Admission’s deadline is 15 April 2012. This programme has rolling admissions, which means that the Summer Programme Office will make a decision on an application to this programme as soon as possible after it is complete. We encourage students to complete their applications early. Late applications will be considered subject to availability.