The Geneva Graduate Institute is calling for Applied Research Projects (ARPs) Partners for the 2024-2025 academic year. ARPs are a foundational component of the MINT program and involve small student groups working together to conduct policy-relevant research with partner organizations on issues relating to international development and international relations.


Organizations working on issues of global concern are invited to submit applications to sponsor an ARP. Partner organizations are expected to provide guidance and support to students to generate research that is of policy and practical relevance.


ARP Partner Organizations are expected to:

  • Provide overall framing of the research project
  • Participate in approximately 4 meetings with students across the project period
  • Provide feedback on and validate students’ deliverables, including the Terms of Reference, Literature Review and Methodology, and the Preliminary and Final Reports
  • Attend the final presentation


Partner applications are being accepted on a rolling basis. Final partner applications are due July 31, 2024. Applicants are advised that due to a high number of quality proposals, the process to become a partner organization is competitive.


  • May 2024: Applications open
  • July 31, 2024: Final partner applications due
  • September 2024: Organizations that pass the first stage of screening will be contacted
  • October 2024: Students will select from the list of ARP Partner Projects
  • October 2024 – May 2025: Students will work on their projects


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The Geneva Graduate Institute’s call for Applied Research Projects partners for 2024-2025 is a unique opportunity for organizations to collaborate with a prestigious academic institution on impactful research initiatives. By participating, partners can leverage academic expertise to address critical global challenges, enhance their organizational capacity, and contribute to meaningful change.

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