Module 6 of MACS and IMACC 2019 Online

The students of IACA's two master's degree programs, International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC) 2019 and Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) 2019 started the live sessions of their sixth module on 11 January 2021. The IMACC module focuses on ‘Collective Action, the Value of Joining Forces’ and the MACS on ‘Anti-Corruption Enforcement and the Public Sector’.

In this module, the IMACC students learn about Collective Action and attend lecture series on international collective action initiatives against corruption. Later, the students take part in the Compliance Lab, and finally, they will deliberate about the future of anti-corruption compliance and initiatives.

The MACS students focus on national anti-corruption strategies and plans, corruption investigation and prosecution, asset tracing and recovery, and asset management.

Students of both programmes will also attend an interesting discussion with experts on investigation and evaluation in the UN systems from the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).

The live sessions of these modules end in the first week of February 2021 and students will move to their post module course work.

Ambassador of Georgia Presents Credentials

On 26 January 2021, H.E. Ms. Ketevan Tsikhelashivili, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Georgia to the International Organizations in Vienna, presented her credentials to Mr. Thomas Stelzer, Dean and Executive Secretary of the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA).

Georgia had participated in the IACA Inaugural Conference in 2010 and ratified The Agreement for the Establishment of IACA as an International Organization on 26 March 2015.

Austria decides to provide sustainable financing for IACA

On 20 January 2021, the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Austria approved the joint report of the Minister for the Interior, Mr. Karl Nehammer, and the Minister for European and International Affairs, Mr. Alexander Schallenberg, securing sustainable financing for the Academy, based on multi-annual financial support.  

Applications for IACA’s Online master programmes 2021 are open

IACA is now accepting applications for 2021 - 2023 classes of its Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) Online and International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC) Online programmes. These two-year programmes focus on the advanced study of anti-corruption, compliance, and collective action in a multidisciplinary approach. The interactive online format of both programmes allows the students to choose their learning environment and to easily fit the coursework around their personal schedule.

The programmes are comprised of seven teaching modules and a master’s thesis. IACA’s faculty members are internationally recognized academics and practitioners in the fields of anti-corruption and compliance. For more information regarding IACA lecturers please click here.

IACA’s graduates receive an internationally recognized MA degree with 120 ECTS credits under the Bologna Process (European Higher Education Area), enabling direct enrolment into PhD programmes. The admission requirements include a bachelor’s degree (though a number of IACA’s students already have master’s and Ph.D. degrees), 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.

Applications are accepted until 31 August for both programmes to commence with studies in October 2021. Please keep in mind that the scholarship application deadline expires on 30 June 2021. For more information and to apply, please click here.

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