MASTER INFO DAY AT THE UNITED NATIONS

Friday, March 29th 2019

Do you wish to take action in creating a more progressive, sustainable world?

Join Franklin University Switzerland at the United Nations in Geneva for the presentation of the new program:

Master of Science in International Management with an emphasis on Responsible Management and Climate Change.

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Program

2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. at the UN in Geneva

2:00 Tour of the UN with Jonas Haertle, Project Leader at UNITAR
3:00 Presentation by Alex Mejia, Director, Division for People and Social Inclusion & Division for Prosperity at UNITAR; Angus MacKay, Director, Division for Planet at UNITAR; and Vivianne Brunne, Program Manager at The Knowledge and Learning Commons, United Nations
4:00 Preview of the new program by Corinne Young, Director of Graduate Studies at Franklin and Carlo Giardinetti, Dean of Executive Education and Global Outreach at Franklin

You will visit the United Nations, meet with experts in the NGO sector and discover more about this transformational learning experience. The program is conceived in partnership with UNITAR, the training and research institute of the United Nations, and culminates in a six-week project in Geneva working with UN employees on climate change.