The goal of the Master
in Standardization, Social Regulation and Sustainable Development is to bring
together in a single curriculum three thematic pillars: Standardization,
sustainable development, and social regulation. This will be achieved through a
partnership between the University of Geneva and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
Please note that all
the compulsory classes are taught in English. Students with no prior
knowledge of French are eligible to apply. Download the Master's brochure.
Meet our fourth intake 2014-16 of students at the Student's corner page
January and February 2016 - Application period - Apply as early as possible.
28 February 2016 - Deadline for application submission.
30 April 2016- Deadline for application submission for Students with a Swiss Bachelor Diploma.
30 April 2016 - Standardized Tests deadline - GRE (DI Code 0850) or GMAT (Master's code 651-QT-70) and English Proficiency Test (TOEFL code number 3607).
Graduates from the
University of Geneva with GPA (average) higher than 5 do not to submit the GRE or GMAT exams. TOEFL is still required.