[vc_empty_space height="10px"]

    Full Name

    Email Address

    Phone Number


    Certificate in Ethics in Research


    Programme Code




    2 months





    The Certificate in Ethics in Research programme aims to equip researchers with the necessary knowledge and skills to conduct ethical research practices. Our programme covers a wide range of topics, including principles of research ethics, informed consent, data management, and conflicts of interest. Participants will also learn about the importance of ethical considerations in different research settings, such as clinical trials, social science research, and animal studies.

    Programme Highlights

      • On-campus class at UKM, Malaysia
      • Receive UNESCO Chair Certificate in Ethics Research
      • Pricing already include round-way flight tickets and accommodations

    Contact Info

    Office of Admissions

    Industriestrasse 24,
    6300 Zug, Switzerland

    +41 76 396 6493

    [email protected]

    Mon – Fri 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

    Social Info

    Why study here?

    Switzerland is world-renowned for its high-quality educational institutions, and the Swiss Institute of Management and Sciences (SIMS) is no exception. Located in the city of Zug, SIMS provides an array of programs and courses that are highly respected by employers around the globe. The curriculum at SIMS has been crafted to give students a well-rounded education encompassing every facet of business and management. The courses are rigorous and require hard work, but the rewards are worth it as graduates leave with an understanding of the global marketplace and its associated challenges. SIMS graduates are highly sought after by employers due to their strong analytical skills, problem-solving ability, and cultural awareness. The University has an excellent reputation for placing graduates in top jobs at leading companies worldwide.

    The Certificate in Ethics in Research programme is suitable for researchers at all levels who want to gain a deeper understanding of ethical issues related to their work.