In order to complete the Master’s programme, each student is required to prepare a Master’s Final Project. This work must receive at least a pass mark from the committee named by the programme directors.
The purpose of the Master’s Final Project is to ensure that students have clear in-depth ideas about a topic from the field of international humanitarian action they are interested in. They are required to show a good knowledge of literature on the subject, research methodology and techniques applicable to the field of study chosen. The project will also demonstrate their capacity to take a critical approach to analysis and present their research findings in compliance with the common criteria adopted by the scientific community.