In selecting its students, the IUC focuses on offering opportunities to those coming from social, economic, and/or political challenges, particularly students from former colonized territories (e.g., the global south) and other newer peripheries. Although the number of well-qualified candidates is expected to greatly exceed the number of offers of admission available, we invite all those eligible to apply for admission.
- Candidates from diverse backgrounds with emphasis on law, economics, finance (business or accounting,) political science, anthropology, and sociology.
- Candidates must be at the Masters level, meaning graduation from their undergraduate program by July 2011. (does not apply to exchange students)
- Additionally a high level of English language ability (IELTS 6.5 or 7) is required. While students are not required to submit an IELTS or TOEFL score (though highly encouraged) with their application, we do expect in this case that the candidate provide some other equivalent method of reviewing language level (e.g. an academic paper written in English).
See Application to apply.