Master's Degree in International Relations in Rome in Italy

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A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

The academic study of the relationships that form between the many nongovernmental organizations, countries, multinational corporations and states around the world is known as international relations. Common topics include terrorism, nuclear proliferation and human rights.

 

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Master in Global Marketing and International Business Relations

Marconi University
Campus Full time 12 months October 2017 Italy Rome

The Master in International Business Relations responds to this need for modernization in the international arena and to align one self to the requirements expressed by these new trends. The training program intends to develop skilled professionals capable of making the best use of the tools and methods needed to operate in an increasingly dynamic and global environment, such as the international markets. [+]

Masters in International Relations in Rome in Italy. The phenomenon of Globalization has had a significant effect on the international marketplace, as ever imposing technological advancements facilitate transnational relations between vastly diverse nations and markets. As a consequence, corporate strategy has been faced with the task of adapting accordingly. The Master in International Business Relations responds to this need for modernization in the international arena and to align one self to the requirements expressed by these new trends. The training program intends to develop skilled professionals capable of making the best use of the tools and methods needed to operate in an increasingly dynamic and global environment, such as the international markets. Through the Master program, students will achieve a thorough understanding of economic, financial, strategic, marketing and communication scenarios that influence and regulate market trends and international affairs. Particular attention is devoted to the interdisciplinary approach, a key feature of International Business Relations. Elements of the economics and science of diplomacy are intertwined with law and sociology, as well as communication and geopolitics. A student is granted a Master’s degree after successfully defending his or her final thesis in front of a panel of judges. Grading is based on a scale of 0-110; 66 is the passing grade and students who obtain full marks of 110 may also be awarded ‘summa cum laude’ (110 e lode). The final thesis of the Master’s program, intended to assess the technical, scientific and professional preparation and competences of the student, requires the completion, discussion and presentation of a written project work during the dissertation. The Master program is composed of 4 modules, and concludes with a final exam. Module 1 – International business - MIBR_M1 CFU/ECTS 18 – US QC 13,5 The programme aims to fully prepare the students for the international business world transferring knowledge and competences tailored to company requirements. The main objective is to turn academic experience and theoretical knowledge into a professional, multi-cultural experience. The participants will develop exactly the right skills needed to work proactively in international management and to develop an international career. Module 2 – International marketing - MIBR_M2 CFU/ECTS 12 – US QC 9 This area will present an overview of the unique aspects of marketing in the international business environment and provide the framework upon which multinational marketing management can be based. The lessons will introduce students to the international market environment and the principles underlying the development and implementation of marketing strategies across and within foreign countries. Module 3 – International law - MIBR_M3 CFU/ECTS 18 – US QC 13,5 The objectives of the module mainly consist in providing, as its primary goal, a basic formation as broad and complete as possible, in the various subjects in which the domains of international and European Union law are articulated. The students will acquire high methodological skills in legal analysis, comparative research in the context of international trade law and international tax law, in the analysis of legal sources peculiar to the European tax law, in order to the carry out analysis, evaluation, integration and development of European tax systems and European taxation. Module 4 – International relations - MIBR_M4 CFU/ECTS 18 – US QC 13,5 This course aims at reviewing four basic topics. The first one refers to geo-politics and the focus is on aspects such as globalization and its role in international businesses, the role of trade agreements and multilateral organizations within the G8, and the relation between trade and the environment. The second one focuses on the history and sociology of international relations in the period following World War I. The third topic refers to the history of contemporary political thought starting from the early decades of the 20th century; the focus is on the contributions made by leading scholars such as H. Arendt, H. Marcuse and J. Rawls. The last topic is about international cooperation policies as developed and implemented by international organizations such as the United Nations and its agencies, the European Union and the World Bank. Learning Objectives At the end of this program, the student will be able to: explain how the economic, financial, strategic, marketing and communication scenarios affect international affairs and market trends; understand the impact of economics, the science of diplomacy, law, sociology, communication and geopolitics on international business relations; focus on the evolution of the relationship between states and markets, international institutions and geo-economic politics. Outcomes and Professional Profile At the conclusion of the Master in Global Marketing and International Business Relations, graduates will be capable of operating in multinational companies and international organizations, both public and private. They will have developed the necessary skills and competences for effective intervention, and also a practical expertise to be applied to scenarios of real-world business, in relation to an international context. The possible careers that await the Global Marketing and International Business Relations specialist are as follows: Export Manager Operator in international organizations (governmental or non) International Trade Technician International Relations for private companies or institutions Operator in the field of economic and financial communication Various positions in multinational companies, government agencies or global institutions [-]

Masters Programme in Development and International Cooperation

Sapienza University of Rome
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in Development and International Cooperation - Economics for Development (LM-28209) provides students with an advanced understanding of a variety of fields (including sociology, economics, political science, history and law) and the tools that are necessary to analyse and interpret the social, economic, juridical and institutional contexts that characterise developing countries. [+]

The Masters Programme in Development and International Cooperation - Economics for Development (LM-28209) provides students with an advanced understanding of a variety of fields (including sociology, economics, political science, history and law) and the tools that are necessary to analyse and interpret the social, economic, juridical and institutional contexts that characterise developing countries. The programme addresses the evaluation and management of international cooperation programmes in terms of politics, economy, finance, health and law. Political and economic globalization calls for new professional figures that are capable of understanding, assessing and managing the social, cultural and economic challenges that await us. The competences and tools needed to analyse and operate in this context require a vast multi-disciplinary understanding of the international scenario.The Masters Programme also focuses on the methodologies employed by bi- and multi-lateral cooperation organisations to develop programmes and peace missions. The programme provides students with the competences necessary to: Conceive, draft, implement and direct integrated cooperation programmes and projects for development; Monitor and evaluate projects and programmes; Work in fluent English (both written and spoken) and provides a good working knowledge of French, Spanish, Chinese or Arabic; Employ communication and information management tools.onceive, draft, implement and direct integrated cooperation programmes and projects for development; Monitor and evaluate projects and programmes; Work in fluent English (both written and spoken) and provides a good working knowledge of French, Spanish, Chinese or Arabic; Employ communication and information management tools. [-]

Master in Euroculture

University of Göttingen
Campus Full time 2 years

The Euroculture programme gives students a chance to prepare themselves to enter new professions that come into being due to the intensifying process of economic and political integration in Europe. [+]

Masters in International Relations in Rome in Italy. Euroculture (M.A.) Subject: Erasmus Mundus MA Programme Euroculture (joint degree) Degree: Master of Arts (M.A.) Standard period of study: 4 semesters Start of programme: winter semester only Admission: admission restricted (application with the faculty) Terms of admission: B.A. in Political Sciences, History, Theology, Law or philological subjects, or in another profile that qualifies for the Master's programme in Euroculture Language requirements: excellent knowledge of English (see below) Application deadline: May 1st Special fee: see Homepage of the programme Course description The goals of this Master's programme with respect to specialised knowledge and methodological and social competence are: to show to the students the ways of thinking and working for the specific subjects involved; to impart to the students the ability to work in a problem- and project-oriented way even beyond the usual subject-specific limitations, and to present the results in an adequate manner; to familiarise the students with the methodology of interdisciplinary research; to impart in-depth understanding of processes relevant to society as a whole in Europe, from a legal, politological, theological, historical, or cultural-scientific point of view; to improve the ability to communicate interculturally by means of a compulsory semester abroad; to enable the students to improve their knowledge of English and to learn at least one additional foreign language; to teach the students how to conduct scientific work independently. The students gain the ability to analyse the European integration process in an independent, interdisciplinary and problem-oriented way; to judge the effects that regional, national and supranational cooperations and conflicts of the past have on current developments and the dynamics in Europe; to show the capability of acting and willingness to take responsibility and leadership in groups consisting of members from different national and cultural backgrounds. The Euroculture programme gives students a chance to prepare themselves to enter new professions that come into being due to the intensifying process of economic and political integration in Europe. Euroculture serves to qualify graduates to take up professions that require sound knowledge of European culture, current transnational developments in European society and politics in a global context, and the European integration process. Some of the possible professions are work with European institutions and organisations, with institutions of teaching, research and further education, the media and journalism, librarianship, foundations and associations, culture management, museums and collections, tourism, foreigner and migrant counselling, public relations, and human resource management (especially in international companies). Subject-specific admission procedure University places are allocated to applicants who are particularly suitable. Particular suitability is measured by the following criteria: fulfilment of the formal admission requirements, demonstration of the ability to critically reflect on the contents and goals of the Euroculture programme from a subject-related and from an interdisciplinary point of view (letter of motivation), quality of academic achievements, and proof of language skills in an interview. Programme with special fees The programme Euroculture has special fees. Please check the homepage of the programme carefully. Language requirements Students of the Euroculture programme must have a very good knowledge of English in accordance with international regulations of the Euroculture network (according to the international admission regulations), because they will take their examinations at universities abroad in English or the national language. The intensive course will be held in English as well. [-]