Compare courses and degrees in international cooperation
Find a course or degree that will allow you to develop your skills and potentially raise your profile for working in international cooperation.
Whatever you want to learn, the Course Finder acts as a matching tool to provide you with tailored suggestions.
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A Relationship at Stake: Media and Aid Organisations
CAS Cooperazione e sviluppo
CAS ETH in Development and Cooperation
CAS Interkulturelle Kommunikationskompetenz
CAS Kommunikation für Nonprofit-Organisationen
Contemporary Development Debate – Fighting Extreme Poverty in the 21st Century
Digital Innovations in Humanitarian Action: Opportunities & Challenges
Executive Master in Management of International Organizations (EMMIO)
Humanitarian Advocacy: from bearing witness to activism
ICT4D – Concepts, Strategies and Good Practices
M4P – Making Markets Work for the Poor
MAS ETH in Development and Cooperation
MAS in Humanitarian Action (Blended)
Master in Business Information Systems
MSc Medical Informatics
Negotiation in Humanitarian Crises
Prévenir et gérer les conflits relationnels et développer sa communication bienveillante
Sexual and Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Crises
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The course finder at a glance
Would you like to develop specific skills relevant to working in the field of international cooperation, to improve your chances on the labour market or reorient your career through further education? cinfo's course finder provides you with a user-friendly overview of the various courses and degrees that might be helpful for a career in humanitarian aid and relief work, development cooperation and peace promotion.
- The course finder lists thematically broad and sector-relevant courses and training programmes at leading universities, universities of applied science and specific institutes in Switzerland.
- The finder also contains a selection of relevant programmes at institutes abroad.
- The topics covered range from banking and finance to health and nutrition to courses in human rights, disaster risk management and security.
- Banking and finance (e.g. impact investing, microfinance, public finance management)
- Diversity management (e.g. gender, social inclusion, political participation, youth empowerment)
- Economics (e.g. economic policy, inclusive growth)
- Environment and disaster risk management (e.g. climate change, urban planning, WASH)
- Health and nutrition (e.g. public health, epidemics, family planning)
- Human rights, law and governance (e.g. democratic governance, public policy and administration, legal affairs, rule of law)
- Leadership and management
- Media and communication (e.g. advocacy, intercultural communication, negotiation, public relations)
- Monitoring, evaluation and learning
- Political affairs and peacekeeping (e.g. humanitarian affairs, multilateral diplomacy, conflict prevention, conflict resolution)
- Private sector development (e.g. corporate social responsibility, job creation, public private partnerships)
- Safety and security (e.g. field safety, security management, risk management)
Institutions publishing their courses
The educational institutions publishing on the course finder are as diverse as the skills sought by international cooperation employers. To name a few: Bioforce; Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies; Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights; Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies; NADEL Center for Development and Cooperation at ETH Zurich; swisspeace; Swiss TPH; SDA Bocconi School of Management; University of Geneva; World Trade Institute at the University of Berne; and many more.
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