WIPO International Study Program in Switzerland with all paid. This global training project, issued by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), enables bright young students to train in internships on the subject.
Applicants will learn about the issues of intellectual property and the role of WIPO in creativity and improvement for the prosperity of all.
It offers its participants a combination of educational and learning opportunities on the job, it will be run under the mentorship of professional experts who will help hone the skills potentially acquired from people through different influential projects.
The fully-funded International Youth Training Program in Switzerland welcomes young people from all over the world and employs them in an international agency whose workforce comprises people from more than 120 countries.
WIPO is the world forum that works on intellectual property, policies, services, information, and cooperation. It is a self-funded organization of the United Nations.
It was founded with the mission of leading the development of a balanced, efficient, and effective international intellectual property system that can guarantee revolutions around the world.
It helps shape norms across borders, resolve conflicts, share knowledge, connect systems, develop cooperation and capacity-building strategies, and function as a reference source of information.
Travel and study in Switzerland with everything paid
Institutions where the studies will be carried out:
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Switzerland.
Levels and areas of studies:
Postgraduate in Intellectual Property.
Who can participate ?:
International students of excellent academic level.
The endowment of the scholarship:
The WIPO will award the following prizes to the winners of the total Swiss training program:
- Monthly salary of $5,500
- Health insurance.
- Assistance to obtain the entry visa to Switzerland.
- Travel expenses.
Conditions that participants must meet:
- Be a high-level student and register for a college degree.
- You must not be older than 35 years of age at the time of applying for the training.
- Minimum work experience of two (2) years.
- Possess organizational skills, research, and analysis.
- Have a good command of the spoken and written the English language. It is unknown whether you must present a certificate proving your proficiency in that language, but it is recommended that you record it so your chances of being chosen among the award winners will increase.
- If you handle other languages established by the United Nations or work experience in specific areas, it will also be of great contribution to your cover sheet.
- Submit a formal application for international training using the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) online entry system.
Instructions to apply:
Supporting data: Transcripts and academic records, curriculum, passport copies, personal statement, command of the English language (demonstrable), application for admission, among others. To learn more about the selection and entry processes, visit the official website of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
Until November 2021.