Master's Course in International Cooperation And Development

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
En Milano (Italia)

$ 143.731
IVA Exento
*Precio Orientativo
Importe original en EUR:
7.000 €
¿Querés hablar con un Asesor sobre este curso?

Información importante

Tipología Maestría
Lugar Milano (Italia)
Duración 12 Meses
  • Maestría
  • Milano (Italia)
  • Duración:
    12 Meses

MIC&D trains professionals to be able to contribute to development cooperation with creativity, personality and competence: identifying local needs through a bottom-up approach; managing technical, financial and administrative aspects of cooperation initiatives; involving civil society in identifying resources and deciding upon their use; collaborating with national and international institutions within the policy framework of the country where projects are implemented.
Dirigido a: Young graduates with a strong interest in cooperation and development, willing to acquire interdisciplinary competences and professional tools; professionals in different fi elds who aspire to apply their competences to cooperation and development; people with a professional background in development cooperation who aspire to deepen and strengthen their professional training, valorising their experience and reinforcing their theoretical and applied competences


Dónde se enseña y en qué fechas

inicio Ubicación
Largo Gemelli, 1, 20123, Milano, Italia
Ver mapa
inicio Consultar
Largo Gemelli, 1, 20123, Milano, Italia
Ver mapa

Preguntas Frecuentes

· Requisitos

In order to enrol in the Master’s program applicants must: have completed at least a 3-year University degree; pass a selection based on the CV, the motivational questionnaire assessment and the interview; demonstrate a good knowledge of English, which is the language of instruction for the whole program.


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 Master’s Course in International Cooperation and Development by ASERI - Postgraduate School of Economics and International Relations of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan Campus - offers 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.