Objectives and Skills
The Inter-faculty Masters Programme in Development and International Cooperation provides students with the competences necessary to analyse institutional and cultural factors and to plan and manage cooperation initiatives to aid developing countries.
The programme, which has been developed by the Faculties of Political Science, Sociology, Communications and Humanities, equips students with interdisciplinary knowledge and the tools necessary to analyse and comprehend the context they will find in developing countries, as well as to manage peace projects and international development cooperation programmes.
The programme also provides students with advanced skills that will allow them to:
For the second year of the programme, students select one of three curricula that combine a high level of specialized knowledge with practical training:
During the first year which is the same for all students, foreign and Italian students may attend courses taught in English as an alternative to equivalent courses in Italian.
Career Opportunities and Placement
Due to the multidisciplinary nature of the programme, Development and International Cooperation graduates are suited for managerial and other high-responsibility positions in public administrations, national and international organizations, including NGOs, private companies operating in the fields of cooperation development, volunteering and services and organizations for social and cultural cooperation between countries. Graduates may also work as consultants and programme managers for organisations working in the field of human and social development, as well as capacity and institution building. Moreover, graduates may also turn to further advanced training in social sciences.
Professional profiles for Development and International Cooperation Graduates:
Procedures for sudents from othe universities
If you are not a Sapienza student you will need to:
Deliver the following documents to the SOrT Help Desk at Via Salaria 113:
If you are unable to deliver the documents to the SOrT Help Desk at Via Salaria 113, you can submit the documentation via recorded-delivery mail (with return receipt) to:
Dipartimento di Comunicazione e Ricerca Sociale
Segreteria didattica lauree magistrali - Dipartimento CORIS
Via Salaria 113
The envelope must clearly indicate:
Processing fees and application documents must be paid and submitted by one of the following deadlines (corresponding to four application assessment periods):
Applications will be rejected if:
You will notified of the outcome of your application within 15 days of the deadlines mentioned above (i.e., for all the applications received by September 16, results will be notified by October 1, 2015).
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If your application process is succesful and you have already obtained your Bachelors degree, your Infostud profile will be activated and you can proceed with your registration.
If the application board decides that you need to take in individual courses to complete any missing requirements, you will have to do so by December 2015 and/or January 2016. Once you have satisfied the additional learning requirements, you will have to submit the course exam certificates to the Administrative office to continue your registration process.
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