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Development and International Cooperation Sciences

The Masters Programme in Development and International Cooperation - Economics for Development (LM-28209) provides students with an advanced understanding of a variety of fields (including sociology, economics, political science, history and law) and the tools that are necessary to analyse and interpret the social, economic, juridical and institutional contexts that characterise developing countries. The programme addresses the evaluation and management of international cooperation programmes in terms of politics, economy, finance, health and law.

Political and economic globalization calls for new professional figures that are capable of understanding, assessing and managing the social, cultural and economic challenges that await us. The competences and tools needed to analyse and operate in this context require a vast multi-disciplinary understanding of the international scenario.The Masters Programme also focuses on the methodologies employed by bi- and multi-lateral cooperation organisations to develop programmes and peace missions.

The programme provides students with the competences necessary to:

  • Conceive, draft, implement and direct integrated cooperation programmes and projects for development;
  • Monitor and evaluate projects and programmes;
  • Work in fluent English (both written and spoken) and provides a good working knowledge of French, Spanish, Chinese or Arabic;
  • Employ communication and information management tools.onceive, draft, implement and direct integrated cooperation programmes and projects for development;
  • Monitor and evaluate projects and programmes;
  • Work in fluent English (both written and spoken) and provides a good working knowledge of French, Spanish, Chinese or Arabic;
  • Employ communication and information management tools.

 

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Contacts

  • Masters Programme in Development and International Cooperation
          
    Programme President:
    Prof. Giuliana Vinci
     
    For further information:
     
    Sabina Perelli
    CORIS Dept. Office
    Via Salaria 113
    Tel. (+39) 06 4991 8525