Dr. Ibrahim Souss

 

Prof. Ibrahim Souss

Prof. Ibrahim Souss

Vice-Chancellor

Dr. Ibrahim Souss is a professor of political science. A graduate of Sciences Po Paris and the University of Paris-VIII, he was appointed in 1975 as the first Permanent Observer of Palestine at UNESCO. He then served as Delegate General of Palestine (1978-1992), ambassador to France (as well as non-resident ambassador to Senegal, 1983-1985). He also founded in 1993 a Geneva-based consulting group, Soura S.A., in which he held the position of CEO-Administrator until his appointment in 1998 as Assistant Director General of the International Labour Organization with the rank of United Nations Assistant-Secretary General. He is president of the Geneva Foundation for Governance & Public Policy, and director general of the Centre de recherche pour la Sécurité et le Développement au Moyen Orient (CSD) which he helped found in 2010.A regular columnist in European and Arab newspapers and magazines, Dr. Souss has published 10 books (novels, essays) and contributed many articles and research papers in various languages on international affairs and political science issues, labour law and social security in Arab countries. He lectures at present in various European universities and professional schools : France’s military academy Saint-Cyr, Institut Catholique d’Enseignement Supérieur, University of Malta LINK Campus Rome, and Webster University.

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PhD Programme : rolling admissions

PhD Programme : rolling admissions

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