The Executive Master's scheduled is tailored for professionals with demanding jobs and responsibilities.
Courses start at the end of September and take place for nine months until the beginning of June, from Wednesdays to Fridays at lunchtime (12:00 –14:00 CET). When participants cannot follow a course for professional reasons (e.g. missions, travel, conferences), they can watch the recordings afterwards.
Exams take place online at the end of classes in June, with retakes in August. After the exams in June, participants have six months to submit their master’s paper (i.e. by December). Graduation takes place in the following year in October.
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Professor Sassòli was in charge of the IHL part of the report that was presented on 13 April by the three experts to the OSCE Permanent Council.