Students

CERAH students are professionals with experience in humanitarian action, or professionals from other field wishing to apply their skills and experience to the humanitarian sector.

All CERAH courses are student-focused, hands-on, interactive, and involve an engaging and supportive relationship with our experienced and professional teaching team and leading experts in humanitarian action, with over 150 lecturers from accredited humanitarian organizations and academic institutes. The flexible, modular structure of our teaching programme allows students to adapt their learning to their needs and schedules.

CERAH’s students enjoy a unique opportunity to join a vibrant intercultural community, fostering intellectual exchange among other humanitarian professionals, researchers in humanitarian action, and experts in the field.

I structured - destructured - restructured my opinions based on other experiences (...) 
contrasting my view with theirs was part of my own learning process.
2016 DAS student on CERAH's anonymous feedback platform

Most CERAH courses include visits to relevant international humanitarian organizations, where students can engage with high-level practitioners and experts in their disciplines.

CERAH also opens a gateway to an impressive network in Geneva’s international and humanitarian community.

The CERAH alumni community ensures that these connections are maintained and developed after completion of studies, giving graduates the advantage of a strong, supportive and global network of humanitarian professionals.

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