Kemp House, 152 - 160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX


The overall duration of the program is twelve months, with the possibility of extending up to six months.

The Humanitarian Leadership Program is open for humanitarian practitioners with a minimum of two years’ experience in intervention management. It is obligatory for students that apply to meet minimum criteria:

Two years of experience in people and humanitarian management.

Four years of work experience in national, regional or international humanitarian or developmental organizations.

Familiarity with the Sphere Project.

It is not obligatory to attend a learning course at exact day and time.

The classroom is designed in a way that basic speed should be enough to study.

The real-time-meetings are interesting, and student are encouraged to use opportunity to participate, however are not obligatory.

Every student is obliged to pass 9 modules, and develop a final paper.

The fee for the program is 2690 Euros.

Yes, there is a possibility to pay in two instalments.

Yes, we encourage to apply for scholarship if you need a financial support, and you follow under one of scholarship criteria.

The scholarship is granted in three categories:

Women in Humanitarian Action that come from Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or Japan.

Young humanitarians under 26 years old.

Humanitarians employed by a national humanitarian organization.