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Keep informed about our upcoming activities.

30 November

Who are the TOP 5 North African beneficiaries in 2017?

WTO ECampus TOP 5 North African beneficiaries in 2017

Check the following Infographic and find out which are the TOP 5 North African beneficiaries in 2017!

The E-Learning team would like to thank all the WTO E-Learning participants for their participation and hard work!

To register for a WTO E-Learning course, please have a look at the catalogue on the WTO ECampus website (https://ecampus.wto.org) and discover the new courses.

Registration is simple: Eligible participants (*) can register online for the course on the ECampus website and send the nomination form via e-mail (elearning.registration@wto.org) or fax (+41 22 739 5191).

Register

(*) Government officials from developing Members and Observers.

27 November

Video challenge!

WTO ECampus Video challenge

Send your feedback and thoughts on the E-Learning courses in a personalized video!

Take your phone or camera and record a 1 minute video, send it to us by email to ecampus@wto.org (if it is too heavy you can use https://wetransfer.com/), and we will share the best ones on our YouTube channel!

Don't hesitate to tell us your opinion!

20 November

New Highlighted Courses

The E-Learning team has the pleasure to announce that you can now find the new recommended courses in the section "Highlighted courses" of the WTO ECampus. We invite you to discover this series of courses, such as "Made in... ? Understanding Rules of Origin" and "Patents in the WTO", and find the ones that best fit your preferences.

Registration is simple: Eligible participants (*) can register online for the course on the ECampus website and send the nomination form via e-mail (elearning.registration@wto.org) or fax (+41 22 739 5191).

Register

(*) Government officials from developing Members and Observers.

10 November

Discover the WTO E-Learning training materials!

WTO ECampus training materials

Did you know that more than 4600 training material requests were received so far this year?

You can download the new WTO E-Learning App to have free access to the course materials!

This app provides free public access to the WTO E-Learning training materials of the courses in the WTO ECampus. The training materials are for self-study and are offered as part of the WTO technical assistance and outreach programme.

The app is available in Google play and the iStore.

The training material covers a wide range of international trade topics, such as agriculture, technical barriers to trade, trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights, trade in services, the WTO dispute settlement system and many others in English, French and Spanish. The full list of courses is available in the WTO ECampus catalogue: https://ecampus.wto.org.

02 November

Discover the latest achievements of WTO ECampus in Social Media

WTO ECampus Social media

WTO ECampus has already passed the 5800 followers mark in the Social Media platforms in which we are active!

Moreover, did you know that already more than 4400 posts where shared through these Social Media platforms so far this year?

Watch the trailers for LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube and find out what WTO E-Learning has to offer in these platforms!

You can follow us on LinkedIn (WTO ECampus, http://www.linkedin.com/company/wtoecampus), Twitter (@WTOEcampus https://twitter.com/wtoecampus), Facebook (WTO ECampus, https://www.facebook.com/WTOECampus) and YouTube (WTO ECampus, http://www.youtube.com/c/WTOECAMPUS).

27 October

Who are the TOP 10 LDCs beneficiaries of 2016?

WTO ECampus TOP 10 LDCs beneficiaries 2016

Check the following Infographic and find out which ones where the TOP 10 LDCs beneficiaries in 2016!

In addition, during 2016, some of the most popular courses were: Introduction to the WTO, The Multilateral Trade Agreements, Regional Trade Agreements, Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures and Agriculture in the WTO.

The E-Learning team would like to thank all the WTO E-Learning participants for their participation and hard work!

To register for a WTO E-Learning course, please have a look at the catalogue on the WTO ECampus website (https://ecampus.wto.org) and discover the new courses.

Registration is simple: Eligible participants (*) can register online for the course on the ECampus website and send the nomination form via e-mail (elearning.registration@wto.org) or fax (+41 22 739 5191).

Register

(*) Government officials from developing Members and Observers.

16 October

The course "Introduction to the WTO" has been updated, register now!

WTO ECampus Introduction to the WTO

The E-Learning team would like to inform you that the course "Introduction to the WTO" has now been updated with the latest developments, data and statistics.

The objectives of the course are to:

1. Obtain understanding of the role and importance of the WTO in the MTS;

2. Acquire knowledge of the main disciplines and rules contained in the WTO Agreements, including main legal and economic underpinnings;

3. Build capacity to find relevant information and documents on WTO-related issues;

4. Establish a network of professional contacts with other participants and WTO experts.

Find out more with this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kv1C47YG3pE


Also, as a quick initiation to the subject we recommend you to take the course "WTO in 10'", a short course that will help you to lay the foundation to obtain knowledge of the fundamentals on the WTO and the multilateral trade system in only 10 minutes. You will receive a WTO E-Learning Certificate by completing this course successfully!

Taking this course you will be introduced to:

1. The role of the WTO in multilateral trade;

2. The WTO and its Members;

3. The basic principles and their exceptions.

Registration is simple: Eligible participants (*) can register online for the course on the ECampus website and send the nomination form via e-mail (elearning.registration@wto.org) or fax (+41 22 739 5191).

Register

(*) Government officials from developing Members and Observers.

02 October

Join the upcoming Chat Session on "Why should an LDC join the WTO? Some insights from the former Chief Negotiator on Liberia's WTO accession", with Hon. Axel Marcel Addy, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Republic of Liberia.

WTO ECampus Why should an LDC join the WTO

We are glad to announce that this week we will have a very special Chat Session counting with the presence of a remarkable guest: Hon. Axel Marcel Addy, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Republic of Liberia.

This special Chat Session will take place on Thursday, 05 October from 11am to 12pm (Geneva time), focusing on the important topic "Why should an LDC want to join the WTO? Some insights from the former Chief Negotiator on Liberia's WTO accession". Please find all the details in the next Infographic.

You can join the Chat Session by login into the ECampus (https://ecampus.wto.org), going to the "Chat Area" on the top menu and then clicking "Join the Chat Session". There is no need of password, please type your full name and press log in.See you in the Chat!