The Master trains professionals and isan opportunity for all those who want to pursue a career in international cooperation. The strategic partnership between academic institutions and NGOs allows for a teaching approach that links theory and practice. The Master Programme in Cooperation and Development features a 15-monthschedule open to 30 students coming from different cultural and academic background. The Programme is full time and is fully taught in English. It foresees more than 500 hours of classes and seminars, with a special focus on inclusive development.
Following the residential period in Pavia, all the students carry out an internship for a duration of 3–6 months which can be either a on-the-field experience with one of the partner organisations or a research period in an International Institution.Every year the Master provides a full list of available opportunities with NGO’s from which students can choose.
After the discussion of the final dissertation students will be awarded the title of Second Level Master Degree in Cooperation and Development.