Each module of the MACS is delivered by leading professors and practitioners from around the world. Their strong theoretical backgrounds and extensive anti-corruption and compliance experience make them uniquely qualified to provide students with new ways of thinking.

Here are just some of our faculty:

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The MACS programme at IACA offers young professionals and civil society activists from around the world a unique opportunity to develop a detailed understanding of corruption and the challenges of reform.

Michael Johnston

Distinguished Professor at IACA and the Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science Emeritus at Colgate University, United States of America

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Fighting corruption is not simply a form of governance; it is a tool of governance upheld by responsible humanity. In the MACS programme, students learn the art and science of this important discipline. They are the steering force to a clean, fair, and just society.

Daniel Ming-chak Li

Deputy Commissioner and Director of Operations (ret.), Hong Kong Independent Commission Against Corruption

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After a week of teaching, one comes away exhausted, but inspired and exhilarated - by the students’ passion for learning, collaborative mindset, and innovative approaches to a complex topic. Their optimism is infectious, and their courage is humbling when one learns of the obstacles many have confronted to even get to IACA.

Mikhail Reider-Gordon

Director, Global Disputes & Investigations, Navigant, United States of America

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Corruption is a complex disease that erodes democratic governance. It requires first a comprehensive understanding, and then a holistic response. The MACS creates professionals with the capacity to understand the phenomenon and approach it in a creative and multidimensional manner.

Max Kaiser Aranda

Anticorruption Director, Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO)

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The Master in Anti-Corruption Studies programme taught at IACA brings the discipline to a whole different level, elevating this specialization to a well-deserved recognition of the critical importance of corruption prevention and redress in the development of nations, governments, and institutions. The MACS will be recognized as the upcoming professional degree for the 21st century.

Ronald MacLean-Abaroa

Former Mayor of La Paz (Bolivia), Harvard University, World Bank