Annual career day on March 3; LL.M. presentation 2 days later

The fifth annual International Career Day 2008 will be held at the University of Lausanne (Université de Lausanne, UNIL) in Lausanne, Switzerland on March 3. The event is aimed at students and graduates, regardless of their nationality, who are interested in careers at an international organization.

Around 20 international organizations (IOs) are expected to attend, including United Nations organizations like the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF), UN Environment Programme (UNEP), and the International Labour Organization (ILO). Other organizations, like the International Committee of the Red Cross, the World Trade Organization, and the World Bank are also expected.

The event is organized each year by the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and AIESEC Lausanne. No registration is required and entrance is free.

Two days later, UNIL will be holding a presentation on campus for all people interested in its LL.M. program in International and European Economic Business Law, which as of Fall 2008, can be taken entirely in English.

For more information, please visit the University of Lausanne website. For more information about the LL.M. program at UNIL, please visit their full directory profile.

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