Launched through a strategic partnership with the United Nations University, JSIA has partnered with universities, think tanks, and research centres around the world.
JSIA offers student exchanges and collaborative degree programs for BA and MA students, as well as opportunities to intern at leading think tanks.
Under the student exchange program, BA and MA students spend 1-2 semesters at a partner university. Tuition is paid at JGU and board and lodging at the partner university. These programs provide students with a great opportunity to live in a new country, try out new courses, and meet new people. The program is attractive also because of its affordability – students get a taste of an international education while paying tuition at JGU.
Under the collaborative degree program, students spend 1 year at a partner university, and earn a degree from the partner university as well. At the end of two years, students graduate with two degrees. Tuition and Board and Lodging are to be paid at the partner university, though scholarships opportunities are available as well.
|#||Name of the partner||City||Country||Continent|
|1||University of Basel, Institute for European and Global Studies||Basel||Switzerland|
|2||Queen Mary University||London||UK|
|3||University of Birmingham||Birmingham||UK|
|4||Geneva School of Diplomacy||Geneva||Switzerland|
|5||University for Peace||San José||Costa Rica||North America|
Name of the partner
Geneva School of Diplomacy
University of Birmingham
University of Leeds
Queen Mary University
Both JGU and JSIA have Memorandums of Understanding with many partner universities all over the world. This contractual relationship make it possible for the students to spend one semester or a whole academic year abroad to study. These studies have many advantages. Students can enrol and study courses they cannot learn in JSIA. They can widen their horizon and start networking. To study abroad will have benefits in the future: maybe you start learning another language, you learn new skills or you can get orientation in cse you have not decided what you will do in the future.