MIDS Admission Form 2014- 15
MIDS (The Geneva LL.M. in International Dispute Settlement) is a 01 year full- time Bachelor degree program offering the opportunity of a comprehensive and high- profile study of international argument settlements from a wide range of viewpoints.
Contenders who want to study in MIDS must have to have at least a first complete law degree (such as a Bologna Master degree, a J.D. or an LL.B.). The candidates, who are from other academic disciplines, will also be considered who have at least a PG degree or equivalent. These candidates may submit an explanation or a description of their preparation for success in the MIDS curriculum. These applications are reviewed on a case-by-case basis to determine whether or not they can be considered for admission.
Procedure for Application:
Eligible candidates should send their application file attaching the relevant documents like duly completed application form, Xerox of passport & updated Bio- Data along with a essay signifying the aspirant’s interest in the area of dispute settlement, including actual examples if applicable (Maximum in 800 words) / personal statement, Minimum of 02 latest letters of commendation from professional teachers / academic and or supervisors (one for each if possible). Copies of relevant degrees and diplomas, with an officially certified translation into English, or French; The table of contents and 10-page excerpt of the most important papers written in the course of university studies if such exist, and when available in either French, German, English, Italian or Spanish; Copies of official records of university courses / transcripts / grades obtained / examinations attempted, with the same requirements for translation as above;
1. No application fee is charged from any candidate.
2. Refer MIDS admissions office before anything else to save yourself from useless costs (if you are having problem in understanding which documents are to be translated).
3. Completed Applications should be submitted online.
4. MIDS prefer to take delivery of documents / applications through e-mail. If you have chosen postal mail option then the applications in that case need not to be stapled or bind. MIDS do not require original documents, if sent documents in original then that will be considered as the property of the LL.M. program and will not be either returned to the candidate or forwarded to any other agencies / schools.
Submit your application materials to – firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal Mail Address:
MIDS – Geneva LL.M. in International Dispute Settlement,
PO Box 67,
Rue de Lausanne 120 B,
1211 Geneva 21,
As to maintain a low student- faculty proportion, MIDS look to enroll not more than 40 students in a year. The procedure for selection is highly competitive which is based on the potentials of every individual record of professional achievement and or academic in general, in the area of dispute settlement particularly (if any).
Registered Portal: mids.ch