Experience Regional Master’s Exchanges
The Global Campus developed and continues to develop educational, training, promotional and research activities which belong to a common programme of joint activities. This programme builds upon the experience of the member universities of the Global Campus Universities in delivering Master's programmes and in fostering inter-university cooperation.
The joint activities include the Global Classroom which involve students from the seven Masters and international experts; the Nelson Mandela World Moot Court Competition; exchanges of professors, researchers, and students from the seven Regional Programmes, workshops of integrated teaching and other activities.
The Global Classroom brings together students and professors from all Global Campus Regional Programmes for a week-long conference, where a topic of current interest for all the regions involved is studied, analyzed and discussed. The discussion is enriched with the participation of experts including representatives of States, UN agencies, EU experts and civil society organisations.
Nelson Mandela World Moot Court
The Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition in Geneva is developed within the Global Campus of Human Rights Master’s Programmes under the leadership of the University of Pretoria. This human rights educational event is unique in bringing together some of the youngest and brightest law students from universities all around the globe to debate burning contemporary human rights issues on the basis of a common UN human rights system, influenced by national and regional perspectives and experiences.
Exchange of Professors
This activity envisages the exchange of one professor for each Regional Master, who shall teach a specific module and unit, short seminar and alike, prepared and offered to the intakes of another Regional Master during the academic year. The integrated teaching involves the participation of academic staff from two or more regional programmes for the delivery of joint seminars and workshops with an integrated regional perspective.
Afghan Scholarship Programme
Many human rights defenders, journalists, students and scholars are unable to continue their important work towards securing a free and democratic country where human rights are protected. Learn more about our new project Scholarship Programme for Afghan Scholars and Students at Risk.
To the Righthouse
Much as a Lighthouse warns of dangers and guides travellers towards safety, our Righthouse alerts to risks for human rights and points towards secure protection. Like the Lighthouse of literary fame, our Righthouse symbolises the difference between what is desirable and what is real, with multiple points of views in between, the longing for something both enlightening and difficult to reach: a destination, stability, a solution.