Master in Management of Development

This Master provides participants with the knowledge and skills for effective participation in the management of development programmes and projects. It explores the evolution of development theories and how successful national development requires integration of the outcome of sound socio-economic analysis with an enabling legal environment. The content is multidisciplinary, ranging from exploration of key topics in development economics to the rule of law and the factors influencing the design and effective operation of development institutions. In addition, the programme explores the full spectrum of managerial and analytical competencies needed for project cycle management (PCM) and the related interpersonal skills.

Master in Management of Development

Deadline for application: 17 September 2017

Starting date: 16 October 2017

English

16 October 2017 - 15 October 2018

Blended

Master Information

Deadline for application: 17 September 2017

Starting date: 16 October 2017

English

16 October 2017 - 15 October 2018

Blended

Faculty

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. In addition ITCILO has, over the years, developed a variety of learning delivery techniques that are intended to facilitate prompt absorption of the proceedings of learning and experience exchange sessions in adult education and training. 

Lecturers

  • Prof. Gianmaria AJANI - Rector of the University of Turin
  • Prof. Gani ALDASHEV - University of Namur
  • Prof. Helena ALVIAR GARCIA - University of Bogotà
  • Prof. Giovanni BALCET - University of Turin
  • Mr. Arnulf BECKER - Harvard Law School
  • Prof. Cahsai BERHANE WILLIAMSON - University of Brussels
  • Mr. Simone BERTOLI - University of Florence
  • Prof. Amit BHADURI - Univerity of Delhi
  • Dr. Irene BIGLINO - Researcher Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
  • Prof. Stephanie BLANKENBURG - University of London
  • Ms. Carola CARAZZONE - Law Module Coordinator
  • Prof. Guilhem CASSAN - University of Brussels
  • Prof. Silvana DALMAZZONE - University of Turin
  • Prof. Mario DEAGLIO - University of Turin
  • Prof. Paola DE VINCENTIIS - University of Turin
  • Mr. Vitor DIONIZIO - Consultant
  • Mr. Ulrich GARTNER - University of St. Gallen
  • Daniel GENBERG -
  • Prof. Edoardo GREPPI - University of Turin
  • Ms. Flore GUBERT - DIAL, France
  • Prof. Catherine GUIRKINGER - University of Namur
  • Ms. Gabriella HABTOM - OHCHR
  • Ms. Patti JANEGA - Consultant
  • Mr. Hassan Krayem - UNDP
  • Mr. Andrea MICCONI - NGO LVIA
  • Mr. Boris NAJMAN - University of paris XII
  • Prof. Katherine NWAJIAKU - University of Paris
  • Ms. Claudia OEHL- Consultant
  • Ms. Silvia PEZZINI - University of Namur
  • Prof. Jean Philippe PLATTEAU - University of Namur
  • Dr. Tareq RASHEED - University of Amman
  • Porf. Marco RICOLFI - University of Turin
  • Mr. Donato ROMANO - University of Florence
  • Ms. Donatella SACCONE - Consultant
  • Prof. Hani SAYED - American University of Cairo
  • Ms. Cristiana SAPPA - University of Turin
  • Prof R. SRINIVAS -University of Dublin
  • Prof. Astrig TASGIAN - Professor University of Turin
  • Ms. Elisa TICCI - researcher University of Florence
  • Prof. Vittorio. VALLI - University of Turin
  • Mr. Patrick VAN WEERELT - UNSSC
  • Prof. Alessandra VENTURINI - University of Turin
  • Ms. Blerina VILA - ITC-ILO

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