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23 August 2017

NOHA Intensive Programme: still open for admission for external participants

NOHA Intensive Programme is an introductory 6 days course which brings together NOHA students from all partner universities. Since 2010 it is organised at the premises of the University of Warsaw at the beginning of September each year.

The Intensive Programme is an initial inter-university joint course that:

  • brings together NOHA students, lecturers and researchers as well as a significant number of consultants, international experts, policy makers, aid managers and other guest speakers from NGOs and IGOs;
  • presents a wide range of humanitarian action issues by different specialists from both, the field and academia;
  • combines activities that are vital for the multicultural and interdisciplinary training of the future humanitarian action professional;
  • successfully combines theory (through lectures) and practice (through workshops, simulations exercises and case studies) based on the Network's teaching-learning policy; and
  • serves as a unique forum where participants from different parts of the world and with different backgrounds, perspectives and expectations, share knowledge and experiences on current issues and problems in the area of humanitarian action.

The Intensive Programme introduces students to:

  • the NOHA Master's Degree profile
  • key principles and concepts underlying humanitarian action
  • the main actors in the field of humanitarian relief, their policies and strategies
  • contemporary issues and challenges facing humanitarian actors

Location: University of Warsaw

Admission requirements: application and course fee

To enroll, please email  no later than Monday 28 August your personal details (name, email address and institutional affiliation) and a short motivation statement and pay the course fees of 450 EUR via

Admitted participants will have to arrange their own accommodation in Warsaw at their own expense.

For further information regarding the Intensive Programme, please see link for original website: