Financing your studies

We encourage students to plan the financial aspects of their MIDS LL.M. study program carefully and well in advance, and to explore all opportunities for financing their studies. Possible sources of funding include:

  • Immediate and extended family members, relatives and friends;
  • Private grant foundations in your home country;
  • Government-related scholarship providers in your home country;
  • Non-government scholarship providers in your home country, including private organizations and NGOs;
  • Loan providers, such as banks and specialized student loan companies;
  • Savings from your own work revenue;
  • Support from your employer in the form of a loan, salary advance, grant or supported leave of absence;
  • Crowdfunding;
  • A combination of funding sources.

In some cases it may take significant time to plan and put together all the necessary resources to fund your study program. In such circumstances, please contact our admissions office early in the process to discuss the possibility of deferring your admission by one year.

 

MIDS-Young ICCA Scholarship

The MIDS, together with Young ICCA, offers Young ICCA members the possibility of being awarded a scholarship to attend the Geneva LL.M. in International Dispute Settlement (MIDS) in the academic year 2019-2020. The scholarship covers full tuition fees (CHF 25'000).

Candidates must be Young ICCA members, submit their application for admission to the MIDS LL.M. program through the online application platform (available during the application period), and include, together with all the other required documents, a MIDS - Young ICCA scholarship request stating why they deserve to be awarded the scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded based on the merits of the candidate. 

The application deadline for the MIDS - Young ICCA scholarship is the same regular application deadline for the admission to the MIDS: January 2019 (exact date to be confirmed in June 2018).

The scholarship holder will be announced by the end of March 2019.

 

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