Admission Criteria and Enrolment
The Master in Standardization, Social Regulation and Sustainable development is interdisciplinary and, in principle, welcomes all applicants from different fields of studies and disciplines.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent title delivered by a Swiss University or a foreign institution fully accreditted by the Service des admission of the University of Geneva is mandatory. Therefore, All applications must be submitted through the Service des admission. Please submita ll documents before the deadlines (28 February for holders of Bachelor diplomas from a Non-Suisse University). Graduates from Suisse Universities Admissions until April 30.
In addition to the enrolment documents required by the University of Geneva, applicants must submit the GRE general test or GMAT scores: GRE (DI Code 0850) and GMAT (Master's code 651-QT-70). You may submit your scores directly to the institutional codes of the Master's program until April 30.
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.
TOEFL (code number 3607)/ IELTS or equivalent test is required since compulsory classes are taught in English. The latter requirement is waived for graduates of Anglophone universities or programmes. Students with no prior knowledge of French are eligible to apply. Work experience is recommended but not mandatory.
Applications are reviewed in their entirety and preliminary decisions are released via email in late May, early June each year. Final decisions are not released until all application components are received.
Please note the Faculty is now called Faculty of Sciences of Society
The information regarding the details about the enrolment and admissions please visit the admission's service:
For all further questions please contact:
Olga CORREA - Questions regarding content of the program and admission criteria)
Uni Mail - Office 4324 - Master coordinator
Office Hours Fridays from 9h30 - 12h00 -Please announce your visit by email
Mathieu PETITE -Questions regarding rules and regulations of the program
Uni Mail - Office 5259 - Student's counselor (Conseillère aux études)
Filières : développement territorial, études genres, géographie, socioéconomie, sociologie, standardization.
Permanence téléphonique : de 10h00 à 11h30 Tél. +41 22 379 80 07