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Apply Now for the United Nations The Hague Immersion Programme

The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) will offer a 5-day field visit to The Hague, Netherlands, in February 2023. It will provide participants with a first-hand experience of the UN. Scholarships are available!

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This unique training opportunity will give you direct access to the UN, offering opportunities for networking and insights into UN career paths.

The United Nations Hague Immersion Programme – Winter Edition includes expert lecturers, training workshops, court room hearings and guided tours through UN premises. In dedicated career development sessions, you can have your CV, cover letter and LinkedIn profile reviewed.

The field visit also includes activities with International Organizations based in the Netherlands such as the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the International Criminal Court (ICC), the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and other Hague-based institutions.

The training opportunity is available in from 27 February – 03 March 2023. A maximum of 30 participants are accepted per edition. All participants are welcome to register, and spots will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

UNITAR will offer scholarship opportunities for a limited number of participants to attend the training free of charge.

If due to any COVID-19-related travel restrictions, participants registered for the UN Winter Immersion Programme are unable to travel to the Netherlands, it is possible for them to attend the UN Human Rights Council Training Programme free of charge.

In addition, their slots for the field visit to The Hague will be automatically transferred to one of the next editions of the UN Immersion Programme in 2023 or later – with no additional costs to the participants.

For more information on costs, the application process, and a video of previous editions, please visit UNITAR’s official website.