There are hundreds of intergovernmental (or international governmental organizations – IGOs) on the planet. Without a doubt, the most famous of these is the United Nations (UN) and its various specialized agencies, funds and programs (such as UNICEF, UNDP, UNEP, UNFPA, IMF, the World Bank Group and FAO, etc.) but there are several others of importance.

These organizations are created by two or more sovereign states or other intergovernmental organizations and carry out work which is highly relevant in a wide range of fields, such as security, human rights, integration, trade, technology, childhood, health, international development, aviation and housing, among so many others.

Working at these organizations means making an important social impact on the world. It means being in a multicultural environment, with incredible people from all over the planet; it means experiencing daily challenges and achievements; it means earning a good salary and benefits; it means travelling and knowing a little more about the world… It is a dream for many people.

However, there is still a lack of knowledge about how to enter these organizations and difficulty in accessing information about the different recruitment and selection processes. The OpenIGO network was created to change this situation.

OpenIGO is an extensive network formed of professors and researchers from the best universities in the world, professionals from international organizations and Human Resources specialists, which has the following strategic plan: