IACA’s third group of Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) students is currently on campus for the in-class part of its current module on Corruption, Enforcement, and the Public Sector.
Discussion themes include investigating and prosecuting corruption cases, money-laundering, asset tracing and recovery, anti-corruption measures in local governance, and building effective national anti-corruption strategies.
Lecturers for this module are Abu Kassim bin Mohamed, a visiting expert at IACA and previously Chief Commissioner of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, Daniel Li, a former Deputy Commissioner and Head of Operations at the Hong Kong Independent Commission against Corruption, Shervin Majlessi, Senior Legal Adviser at the World Bank/UNODC Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR), local governance experts Ana Vasilache and Ronald MacLean-Abaroa (the latter a former mayor of La Paz, Bolivia), and Eduard Ivanov, a member of the academic team in IACA’s Compliance and Collective Action Department.
The MACS is a two-year, in-career programme consisting of seven modules and a master’s thesis, and is specifically designed for working professionals. The first four intakes, including the 2016-2018 class, have consisted of students from about 40 countries and jurisdictions in all regions of the world.
IACA is welcoming applications for the 2017–2019 class, which starts in October this year. For more information and to apply, please click here.