DSC 0960 group edited webThe application deadline for the 2019 student admission for the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) and International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC) programmes has been extended until 30 June 2019. Both programmes will commence on 1 October with a first pre-module phase and students will come to IACA campus for the in-class session of Module I in early November this year.

These two-year master programmes are designed for working professionals who want to continue working while pursuing their degrees. Focusing on the advanced study of anti-corruption and compliance, the MACS programme is comprised of seven teaching modules and a master’s thesis. The IMACC programme focuses on anti-corruption compliance and consists of six modules and a final project or a master’s thesis.

Classes are taught by top notch academics and practitioners in the field of anti-corruption and compliance.

The admission requirements include a bachelor’s degree (though a number of our students already have master’s degrees), 3 years of work experience in the area of anti-corruption, compliance, rule of law, governance, law enforcement, business management, or other related fields, and proficiency in written and spoken English.

IACA offers a limited number of scholarships for students from Least Developed Countries as defined by the United Nations, and for nationals of those IACA Parties that are listed under the World Bank Classification of Countries by Income as the Lower-Middle- and Upper-Middle-Income Economies. These highly competitive scholarships are merit based and they fully or partially cover the programme fee.

Graduating students receive an internationally recognized MA degree with 120 ECTS credits under the European Bologna process, enabling enrolment into PhD programmes, if desired.

For more information and to apply, click here.