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Thursday
Jun202019

IACA accepting applications for two master’s programs

The International Anti-Corruption Academy in Austria is now accepting applications for its two master’s programs:  the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) and the International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC). 

The MACS is the world’s first global, postgraduate program in anti-corruption. It aims to bring together professionals from around the world with work experience in the public or private sector, international or non-governmental organizations, as well as media and academia.

The IMACC is the first master’s program specially designed for anti-corruption compliance and collective action professionals involved with the business sector. It is a practical, comprehensive answer to the ever-evolving regulatory environment and rising demand for specialized skills.

These programs are designed for working professionals who continue in their employment while periodically travelling to Laxenburg, Austria (outside Vienna) for coursework. Students come from the private sector, public sector, and civil society, and hail from all corners of the globe.

Further information on these and other IACA programs can be found on the IACA website

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Andy Spalding chairs the Olympic Compliance Task Force. He is Professor at the University of Richmond School of Law (Virginia, USA), a Frequent Visiting Instructor at the International Anti-Corruption Academy in Austria, and Senior Editor of the FCPA Blog