The Zoryan Institute cares deeply about the safety of all students, which is why we follow the public health advice and policies of Public Health Ontario. We ask all students to monitor themselves for COVID-19 symptoms and stay home if feeling unwell. Masks wearing requirements may be in place for the duration of the course.
Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree.
All complete applications are reviewed in June by the Admissions Committee, consisting of university professors and IIGHRS Academic Board members. Because of the seminar nature of the course, only a limited number of applicants are admitted to the program. Selection will be based on a combination of strength of interest, scholastic aptitude, and relevance of the course to the candidate's future.
Students interested in applying to the GHRUP program must download and complete the application form below and submit the following:
Most recent university transcripts
2 letters of recommendation
Application essay: a personal narrative on your passion for making a difference and how you envision that fits with the GHRUP program (maximum 2 pages)
Pay the application fee of $50 CAD here.
Please pay the application fee before sending all completed forms, with the exception of the Recommendation Form that will be e-mailed directly by your referee, to email@example.com.
GHRUP Graduate, who returned to the course as a faculty member
There are three things that I have always appreciated about the GHRUP. First, who spends their summer learning about genocide? To be in the company of these people is very inspiring to me. The second thing is that the program changes and adapts according to the literature. Former students have actually written things that later end up in the syllabus. The third element is the scope. You really don’t come to the program to learn about one genocide. There is a real effort to do a global survey, to the extent that this is possible.
The scholarly lineup at the program is very unique.