We are pleased to announce that the deadline for scholarship applicants has been extended to 27 March 2020, 1200H Bangkok time.
The deadline for non-scholarship/self-funded applicants has now also been changed to 29 May 2020, 1200H Bangkok time.
The Asia Pacific Master of Arts in Human Rights and Democratisation (APMA) is a one-year graduate program jointly offered by the five universities under the Global Campus of Human Rights Asia Pacific (GC Asia Pacific): the Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies of Mahidol University (Thailand), Ateneo de Manila University (the Philippines), Kathmandu School of Law (Nepal), Universitas Gadjah Madah (Indonesia), and the University of Colombo (Sri Lanka).
The APMA program links the issues of human rights, democracy, and peace and development in the Asia Pacific region.
- Know more about the APMA program.
- See the APMA Program application requirements.
- Find out about fees and funding opportunities.
- Read some of the works by our students here and here.
- Take note of the new application deadlines. (Deadlines for scholarship applicants are different from self-funded applicants).
If human rights are your passion and you wish to gain more knowledge you can use for your advocacy, then APMA is the right graduate study program for you.
The APMA program is generously supported by the European Commission through the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights.