The Master offers an applied learning opportunity to explore the theoretical, conceptual and operational frameworks for management of development from a multi-disciplinary perspective.
Learn by doing, through case studies, workshops, and group exercises
Exchange ideas with international students and faculty
Engage with experts from the ILO and other international organizations
The International Training Centre of the ILO (the Centre) is offering this Master in Management of Development under the auspices of its Turin School of Development and in partnership with the University of Turin. This intensive, blended Master includes three successive phases: internet-based distance learning, interactive classroom attendance, and practical research work. This Master, conducted in English, is in its 18th edition and has been successfully completed by approximately 560 students from more than 80 countries worldwide.
The Master is for professionals in public and private institutions and NGOs working in the area of development, and graduates aspiring to work in this area.
The Master addresses a number of critical questions confronting development practitioners and planners like:
The objective of the Master is to provide personnel working in the field of sustainable development with skills and knowledge around:
The contents and the learning delivery methods are designed to provide the participants with the full spectrum of competencies.
Students learn by studying, collaborating, and observing practitioners in action.
The class was amazing, composed of colleagues coming from all over the world to study together and share capabilities and points of view. This made the learning experience extremely enriching and complete.
I have gained further global exposure and experience that helped me to land in a senior management position three months after graduation with the International Organization for Migration.
The course and learning environment provided me with a unique opportunity to enjoy a high-quality experience through team work, interactive classwork, best practice sharing, and team projects.