The programme is intended for:
• Professionals and/or officials in public and private sectors, UN Agencies, foundations and NGOs;
• Professionals involved or interested in designing and managing cultural development projects;
• Recent university graduates from developing and developed countries;
• People working or interested in World Heritage Sites, as well as other UNESCO Conventions and programmes.
The essential requirements for admission are a University Degree (minimum required three years University Degree) and fluency in English language.
Students will be required to sit for a number of prescribed examinations as well as to submit a full-fledged document describing their intended project that they may implement upon return.
Upon successful completion of aforementioned requirements, the participants will be awarded a first level Specializing Master's Diploma from the University and Polytechnic of Turin (see the scheme of Italian Education System) .
The Master has a truly international character. As the field of culture evolves, our students continuously bring-in newer and more diverse backgrounds and rich experiences from all over the world.
Examples of the most recent graduates hired for their new jobs are available on the Alumni page.
Many of the more than 300 students of the alumni returning to their current workplace received career advancement such as promotion, job enrichment, or a new portfolio of activities to manage, including the projects they design during the master.