We invite young leaders from all over the world to join a Study Visit to the most famous UN-institutions and other international organizations in the Hague, the Netherlands!
The Hague is one of the most important world’s cities accommodating a range of international organizations. It hosts a number of UN-institutions and other international organizations among which are – International Court of Justice, International Criminal Court, The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, Permanent Court of Arbitration.
The study visit will take place from 25th till 30th November 2018.
We invite young leaders of tomorrow to join this Study Visit to learn more about international organizations, about their work, to learn how each of you can contribute to making the world the better place!
Young leaders will visit international organizations, meet their staff, learn about career opportunities!
During the Study Visit we will visit international organizations located in the Hague. Those will be UN-institutions and other organizations as well. Some of the organizations to be visited:
- Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
- International Court of Justice
- International Criminal Court
- Permanent Court of Arbitration
Some other organizations will be visited too. Depending on the preferences in the group the final list of the organizations will be formed.
During each visit the participants will have the lecture about the work of the organization and will be able to ask any questions.
Participants of the Study Visit will receive the certificate confirming the participation.
Accommodation is provided for the dates of the course. If you arrive earlier or leave later – we might be able to provide you accommodation for extra nights for additional payment, please, let us know if you’re interested in and we’ll be able to advice you on the price for extra nights.
The fee for the course is 550 euro.
The fee covers:
- Accommodation – accommodation in the Hague during the program
- The visits – visits to the organizations during the course
- Local transportation – local public transportation during the course
In order to apply for the program – please send an email to the following address – firstname.lastname@example.org
Please indicate the following information in the text of the email:
- Full name
- Date of birth
- Telephone number
- Title of the course you are applying for
- The reasons why you would like to join the course and the expectations you have from the course
Please send a copy of the email to – email@example.com
We do not have any age or geographical limits for the applicants. Person of any age from any country is welcome to apply for the course.
We provide a visa invitation for the visa to the Netherlands. Please note – visa invitation is not a visa – with the invitation that we will send, you will still need to go to the closest Dutch Consulate and apply for a visa.
Together with the visa invitation you will need to provide other documents – usually those documents include passport, passport size photo, filled application form, insurance, proof of means, proof of work/study and other documents. The list of the documents might slightly differ depending on the country where you apply for a visa. Please check the website of the closest Dutch Consulate to see what is the list of the documents you need to prepare.
In most of cases before applying for a visa you need to make an appointment at the Consulate. Some times you can only make an appointment 1-2 months in advance. We recommend you to contact the Consulate as soon as possible to make an appointment.
The fee for the visa might differ depending on the country where you apply – you might have your visa free of charge or might need to pay for it 35 or 60 euro. Those are the fees in case you apply for a visa directly at the Consulate. If you apply via Visa Center of the Dutch Consulate, Visa Center, Travel agency or another organization – those organizations might charge extra fees for their services.
If you submit all the requested documents on time the chance for the rejection of a visa is very small. In our experience the visas are mostly rejected if an applicant provides false information to the Consulate. This could be the major reason for rejections. We kindly ask you to check the documents before the application and make sure you only provide the correct information to the Consulate and in that case you most probably will receive a visa without any difficulties.
And of course if you have any questions regarding the visa application procedure we would be happy to assist at any stage of your application!