IACA is once again opening its doors to prospective master’s students this April and May. These Open Days are an opportunity for those interested in learning more about the two master’s programmes IACA offers, the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) and the new International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC), to visit its campus.

In addition to meeting the Academic Programmes team and master's students at IACA’s campus in Laxenburg, near Vienna, visitors have the opportunity to attend a class with a world-renowned professor. See below for further details on each of the Open Days and how to register.

Join us from 15:30 for a coffee with our students and Academic Programmes department. Following the coffee break, you can join the following session which starts at 16:00:

International and Regional Anti-Corruption Conventions and Initiatives

Professor John Hatchard (UK)

Professor Hatchard is a Barrister and Professor of Law at the Buckingham Law School. He has published extensively in the area of criminal law, criminal justice and evidence, constitutional law and human rights, with particular reference to the Commonwealth and Anglophone Africa. For more on his experience and expertise, click here.

 

Join us from 15:30 for a coffee with our students and Academic Programmes department. Following the coffee break, you can join the following session which starts at 16:00:

National Anti-Corruption Laws

Professor Andrew Spalding (USA)

Professor Spalding is a member of IACA’s Frequent Visiting Faculty and Professor at the University of Richmond School of Law, where he teaches and writes in the area of international anti-corruption law. He is Senior Editor of the FCPA Blog. For more on his experience and expertise, click here.

Join us after the lecture for an exciting football match between MACS students and IACA staff members. The game will take place at the Laxenburg football field from 18:00 and will be followed by a picnic.

 

Registration

Please note: attendees must be qualified to apply to the IACA Master Programmes. Please email studies@iaca.int, attaching your résumé or CV, and indicate which of the Open Day sessions you would like to attend.