Facts and figures
Each year, approximately 200 students enroll on Masters’ programmes at the Turin School of Development, from an average of 70 countries worldwide. Participants come from developed, transition and developing countries, with diverse academic and employment profiles. They form a truly global student body, sharing knowledge and experiences in a unique environment provided by the first-class ITC-ILO campus in Turin.
As of 2013, over 2000 alumni have successfully completed the graduation requirements of these programmes and currently occupy important professional positions in their respective countries or internationally.
Our partner institutions
On the academic side, in addition to the University of Turin and the Turin Polytechnic, the Master’s and other postgraduate courses currently involve a large number of institutional partners, namely:
- IUSE (postgraduate course in International Trade Law)
- Collegio Carlo Alberto
- University of Fribourg (postgraduate course in International Trade Law)
- Université Paris 1 (Master’s in World Heritage at Work)
- Panthéon – Sorbonne (Master’s in World Heritage at Work);
- Universidad Autònoma de Madrid (postgraduate course in International Trade Law)
- Macquarie University – Sydney
- (Master’s in World Heritage at Work)
- SiTI (Master’s in World Heritage at Work).
On the professional side, the programmes are carried out in partnership with a number of UN agencies and other specialized institutions:
- International Labour Organization
- WIPO Academy
- UNESCO - World Heritage Centre
- ICCROM (Master in World Heritage at Work)
- Consorzio Beni Culturali Italia (Master in World Heritage at Work).