Master in Anti-Corruption Studies – Apply Now

Are you interested in anti-corruption or compliance issues and looking for a career in an innovative field of management and compliance? Would you like to study at a leading anti-corruption institution in Europe together with students from all over the world? Do you have a Bachelor degree or higher?

Then the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) programme is just what you are looking for! The application period is open now and closes on 31 May. The programme is scheduled to start in October 2015.

The MACS offers a post-graduate experience for working professionals that excels in collaborative, interdisciplinary study and brings students and faculty from different backgrounds together to address real-world challenges. It aims to encourage professionals to join the fight against corruption and adopt compliance and integrity stances in future leadership roles.

As an “in career” programme, the MACS combines seven intensive ten-day modules across two years. The modules examine corruption from the perspectives of economics, business, politics, and law, focusing on both enforcement and prevention. Students are required to defend their Master Theses in order to graduate.

The programme academic consortium includes professors Susan Rose-Ackerman (Yale University, United States), Nikos Passas (Northeastern University, United States), and Mark Pieth (Basel University, Switzerland). Each module is delivered by leading experts in their fields, carefully selected to enrich the perspectives of the students.

Potential candidates must hold a Bachelor or an equivalent degree and have a good command of the English language. A minimum of three years of relevant work experience or a proven record of academic research in anti-corruption and/or compliance is also required. Business executives, compliance officers, public officials, media representatives, academics, and civil society advocates from around the world are encouraged to apply.

IACA´s programmes and certificates are formally accredited by the laws of its seat state, Austria, in accordance with the European Bologna Process.

For more information and to apply, click here.

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