The programme is composed of three parts and is designed in such a way to minimize participants’ absence from work duties back home. The programme lasts one year (18 weeks of cumpulsory classroom attendance). The distance learning part lasts from 10 Nove
- Torino, Italy
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Year Round
- Program Description:
- The Turin School of Development (a programme of the International Training Centre of the ILO) in partnership with the University of Turin offers this 1st level Master in Management of Development which is designed as an intensive blended learning program through a succession of internet-based distance learning followed by interactive classroom attendance and practical application/research work.
This Master programme, conducted in English, is in its 13th delivery has been successfully pursued by approximately 350 students from more than 80 countries worldwide.
It is aimed at fresh university graduates and junior development professionals in government, nongovernmental organisations (NGOs), international and intergovernmental agencies, public and private enterprises. It is suitable for those who plan to work for such institutions at all stages of the national development process i.e. program development, project design, appraisal execution and evaluation.
The programme is composed of three parts and is designed in such a way to minimize participants’ absence from work duties back home. The programme lasts one year (18 weeks of cumpulsory classroom attendance). The distance learning part lasts from 10 November 2014 to 30 January 2015. Classes in Turin will start on 2 February 2015 and end on 5 June 2015. The course will be held in English. Knowledge of the English language is a pre-requisite and must be proved in the application form with supporting documents. Those who pass the prescribed examinations will be awarded with a first level Master from the University of Turin (60 certified university credits).
The core faculty of the programme are: • Senior Professors from the University of Turin and other renowned universities worldwide; • Development specialists from ITC/ILO/ UNDP and other UN system organizations. The combination of academic resource persons and development practitioners is a distinctive feature of this programme which enables smooth integration of theory with practice. ITC/ILO contributes to the learning programme with its wide expertise and proven track record in the area of training for development.
- The tuition fee is Euro 7,500. The fee includes: • programme development and management • teaching equipment, training materials and documentation • use of training facilities and support services.
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