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Official Master's Degree In Contemporary Culture, Literature, Art Institutions And Cultural Communication

Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega Y Gasset
Campus 1 year October 2017 Spain Madrid

This program leads to the title of University Master's Degree in International Cooperation and Public Policy Management, Programs and Projects Development from the International University Menéndez Pelayo, organized in collaboration with the University Institute Ortega y Gasset Research. [+]

Part time Masters in Literature in Madrid in Spain. This program leads to the title of University Master's Degree in International Cooperation and Public Policy Management, Programs and Projects Development from the International University Menéndez Pelayo, organized in collaboration with the University Institute Ortega y Gasset Research. The credits earned in the Master are recognized automatically for access to doctoral studies in any university in the European Higher Education. GOALS The Master in International Cooperation and Public Policy Management, Programs and Projects Development It aims to meet the demand for technical experts in international cooperation caused by the existence of a growing number of actors who bring resources in this area. First, even in a recessionary context like the present, developed countries disbursing significant resources in terms of Official Development Assistance (ODA) channeled through actors various such as multilateral agencies, development NGOs, agencies of state cooperation, regional and local or several ministerial departments. Second, a growing number of developing countries are driving political force with South-South cooperation, being one of the most transformative events current aid system. Among these actors of South-South Cooperation, Latin American countries are playing a leading role, as they have managed to become international benchmarks in this area through the efforts of systematization of their practices and re-conceptualization of cooperation they are doing. Finally, it also grows in the corporate commitment to various organizations with the implementation of cooperation programs in those countries where they are installed, promoting Corporate Social Responsibility policies that seek to align with the development agenda. The Master in International Cooperation and Public Policy Management, Programs and Projects Development responds to the need to train experts to carry out cooperation interventions that provide development results and know and innovative respond effectively to the demands posed by the current system of cooperation form. In this regard, it should be noted that the assumption of international commitments such as the Millennium Development Goals (2000) and the Paris Declaration for Aid Effectiveness (2005), the emergence of new development approaches as based on Rights human or importance are gaining new management tools such as budget support, pose major challenges of designing strategies and implementing programs that are widely worked in the teachings of this Master. On the other hand, since the holding of the High Level Forum in Busan in 2011, the cooperation system is experiencing an acute transformation, expanding its scope to form a Global Partnership for Development, again, it requires a thorough understanding of the subjects worked in this program. Specifically, the Master in International Cooperation and Public Policy Management, Programs and Projects Development pursues two objectives: - To learn more about the principles, operation and logic of the international aid system, its actors, policies and instruments, from critical reflection, promote interventions that have a positive impact on the eradication of the structures that create and perpetuate poverty. - To train the student in the identification, formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions, ensuring this training both with regard to projects carried out by agencies and cooperation agencies, using the Logical Framework Approach and Approach Rights human (HRBA), and for programs and public policies that run the governments of developing countries with resources from cooperation. This program has been preceded by the Master in International Cooperation and Project Management University Research Institute Ortega y Gasset which have been held XI editions. During these eleven years they have passed through our classrooms over 300 students who have been very successful job placement in a wide range of agencies and public and private bodies from which cooperation resources are managed. Program Development The Master has a duration of one academic year, beginning in October 2016 and end in June 2017. The inauguration of the academic year will take place on October 19, 2016. To obtain the degree of Master in International Cooperation and Public Policy Management, Programs and Projects Development by the University Research Institute Ortega y Gasset and the International University Menéndez Pelayo, students must complete 60 credits, of which 48 They will be delivered successfully overcoming different teaching modules (42 compulsory subjects and 6 credits of electives), which 6 ECTS corresponding to compulsory Internships are added. The remaining 6 credits are acquired with the Final Master Thesis. Modules and materials are designed for the student 30 credits per semester curse. The first semester concentrates 30 ECTS credits spread over 6 compulsory courses on International Cooperation System (16 ECTS) and Design and implementation of Public Policy Development (14 ECTS). The secondhalf of 30 ECTS credits, combining compulsory subjects (12 ECTS) and electives (6 ECTS) with the completion of the Professional Practices (6 ECTS) and Master's Thesis (6 ECTS). However, students who can not attend, for justifiable reasons personal and / or professional, the Master in the annual period in which they offer, eligible for the type of part-time study. In this case, students will formalize their first enrollment in September, attending the 30 credits that develop during the first half. The second registration will be formalized in September the following year to take the remaining 30 credits that develop during the second half. Admission Requirements  The admission to the Master must be in possession of a Spanish official university degree or another issued by an institution of higher education belonging to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that authorize, in the issuing country for access to teaching Master's Degree, preferably at graduates in the different fields of knowledge related to the discipline being studied, but may also admit students (graduates or graduate degree) formed in other areas within the field of Social Sciences and Law , which must certify basic training in matters related to the program. They may be admitted graduates from outside the EHEA education systems without approval of their titles, with proof of a level of education equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degrees and that empower the country issuing the qualification for admission to postgraduate studies . Entry by this route does not imply in any case the approval of the title, nor its recognition for purposes other than study the teachings of Master. [-]