Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Humanitarian Action

    • 3-month core curriculum on the concepts and fundamental issues of humanitarianism
    • 2 specialization modules to choose from (each of them represent the equivalent of a CAS)
    • 3 weeks research methodology
    • Dissertation: to submit in June or August
    • Duration: from 1 to 3 years

The completion of a MAS corresponds to 60 ECTS 


Diploma of Advanced Studies (DAS) in Humanitarian Action

    • 4-month full time course on humanitarian concepts and contemporary challenges to humanitarian practice
    • 1 week research methdology
    • Research paper: to submit in January 

The completion of a DAS corresponds to 30 ECTS



HDL Designing Strategies & Projects in Humanitarian Action

8-month course, including 2 residential weeks in Kampala, Uganda



MOOC Humanitarian Communication: Addressing Key Challenges

5 weeks open online course, 3-4 hours per week of work, focusing on the main challenges of communication in humanitarian action and the means to address these challenges.

SpecialiZed Trainings and Skill Building Courses

Communication, Advocacy and Negotiation

7-week Certificate

    • Communication, Advocacy and Negotiation

1-week Thematic Short Courses

    • Advocacy for Humanitarian Projects in Health
    • Communication
    • Dialogue with Communities
    • Designing an Advocacy Strategy 
    • Media and Humanitarian Action 
    • Negotiation in Humanitarian Settings

5-week MOOC

    • Humanitarian Communication: Addressing Key Challenges


Health and Sexual Violence 

7-week Certificate

    • Health of Populations affected by Humanitarian Emergencies

1-week Thematic Short Courses

    • Chronic Diseases
    • Health in Humanitarian Emergencies
    • Nutritional Crises: Origins, Consequences, Interventions
    • Sexual and Reproductive Health
    • Sexual Violence in Conflict Settings and Emergencies


Project Management 

7-week Certificate

  • Designing Strategies and Projects

1-week Thematic Short Course

  • Project Cycle Management