Overview

TOWARDS A PARTICIPATORY APPROACH TO GLOBALIZATION

The political, economic and social development of least developed countries is one of the major challenges of globalization. Growing interdependence and integration offer a chance to strengthen cooperative relations between the North and the South of the world. The call to cooperation is urgent: poverty, inequality, conflict, instability, and uncertainty still affect everyday life of a majority of world population.

The Course in International Cooperation and Development offers a privileged framework for designing tentative solutions to the above mentioned problems through the collective action of governmental and non governmental agents, bridging gaps among people, groups and institutions.

 

WHY THIS MASTER'S COURSE

This Master's program aims at converting theoretical knowledge into practical wisdom, and to give students a specific set of professional skills to successfully face the job market. This is possible thanks to these distinctive characteristics:

 the limited number of admitted students guarantees an efficient interaction with instructors and colleagues in the class;

 active participation in class includes simulations, case analysis, team assignments;

 experts and executives take an active part in the program sharing their professional experiences with the students;