Evaluation criteria are defined independently for each course and follow normal university standards.


In order to obtain the Master of Science in Commodity Trading, students must attend each course, hand in all assignments, and write all exams. Any absence must be justified appropriately.

An overall average of 4.0 must be achieved in order to graduate, and not more than four marks between 3.0 and 4.0 will be accepted. A mark lower than 3.0 will automatically disqualify the student from obtaining the degree.


As of September 2021, master will be modified from 120ETCS to 90ETCS. The courses run over two semesters with 12 months traineeship instead of 18 months.

Upon completion of the degree, the Master of Science in Commodity Trading will be awarded by GSEM, University of Geneva.

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