Master's Program in International Cooperation in Spain
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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
International cooperation is a highly relevant subject in an increasingly globalized world. It involves studying how various entities work together to solve problems that transcend national boundaries, such as war, crime, or environmental degradation.
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The Master has a minimum duration of 6 months and maximum 1 year. An extension option of another year, at extra cost ...
The Master has a minimum duration of 6 months and maximum 1 year. An extension option of another year, with cost ...
It provides an integral vision of the International Cooperation, especially that linked to development projects that allows to understand in its complexity the different factors
The Official Master's Degree in International Development Cooperation caters to the need for skilled professionals in different areas related to development cooperation, involves many different areas, and requires specific and complex preparation and training. Our Master's degree program trains and prepares students so that they may successfully conduct their professional career in the field of International Development Cooperation.
The Master in International Cooperation and Development consists of two titles in a single accreditation. These titles are targeted towards two complement
The Master in Management and Development of Social Intervention Program consists of three titles in a single accreditation (Technical, Expert and Master).
The Master in International Cooperation is a product geared towards the specialization training with a participatory approach, intervening in an area
The Master in International Cooperation and Development consists of three titles in a single accreditation. These titles are targeted toward the three segments of the labor market.
The International Master in International Cooperation (Italian-Spanish) offers the opportunity to specialize, with a participatory approach, intervening in an area
The Master in Development and International Cooperation has been designed to train technicians, cooperation agents and public policy decision-makers capable of managing the resources mobilized in this field with optimum results.
Aimed at training expert managers in international cooperation who are capable of designing public policies, programs and development projects.
<p>The Master focuses on issues related to development and growth both in developing and emerging countries as well as in the backward areas of developed countries. It also offers some knowledge on planning practices and project management and aims to provide a broad education in international cooperation and economic development, enabling students to acquire the knowledge and critical understanding necessary to make a significant contribution to the management of public and private policies within the international cooperation framework.</p>