When

Deadline for application: 07 October 2018

22 October 2018 - 31 December 2019

Language: English

How to Apply

 
Three phases
Why MALED
The Masters' in numbers

2010-2018: 9th EDITION

Storytelling

An excellent course for both those who have or do not have previous exposure to Labour Economics. It provides both theoretical...

E. L. K. Dissanayake

Sri Lanka, 2010/2011 edition

E. L. K. Dissanayake

I decided to apply for MALED because the program seemed interesting and complete. It was supposed to cover a lot of subjects...

Fidel Bennett Ramos

Chile, 2014/2015 edition

Fidel Bennett Ramos

Certainly, MALED for me was of main importance for my professional and personal development. The courses where enriching and...

Francesca Bonomelli

Chile, 2014/2015 edition

Francesca Bonomelli

When I decided to submit my application for the Master of Science in Applied Labour Economics for Development, I expected to...

Elena Villar

Italy, 2013/2014 edition

Elena Villar

My MALED experience was wonderful because it allowed me to literally learn about a whole set of issues that I was not so aware...

Marina Giovanzana

Italy, 2012/2013 edition

Marina Giovanzana

I'm happy I'll be able to continue my studies because we've just set up a group in the central office of Labour Inspection...

Celso Amorim Araujo

Brazil, 2011/2012 edition

Celso Amorim Araujo

I was accepted in the PhD in Economics at the University of Turin.

Paulina Marra

Brazil, 2011/2012 edition

Paulina Marra

As soon as I started MALED, I came in contact with some interns at the ILO HQ to know if it would be possible to do an...

Marianela Sarabia

Argentina, 2010/2011 edition

Marianela Sarabia

I passed the professional contest of the National School of Administration in order to become inspector of taxes and lands.

Alpha Ngom

Senegal, 2010/2011 edition

Alpha Ngom

The Master in Applied Labour Economics for Development has been an invaluable experience. Besides the best facilities available...

Olivier Habimana

Rwanda, 2010/2011 edition

Olivier Habimana
Turin Campus

The various buildings are organized into five clusters, representing the world’s continents: Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe and Oceania
On this compact, functional campus, people come from all over the world to live and learn together in a stimulating international environment.
Purpose-built rooms and state-of-the-art equipment help to maximize learning and knowledge-sharing. All residential services for a pleasant stay are available, including cultural and social events in the evenings and at week-ends.

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