|University website:||Development and International Cooperation Sciences - Economics for Development|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||1,000 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||1,000 EUR|
The interfaculty MSc programme in Development and International Cooperation provides students with the competences necessary to analyze institutional and cultural factors and to plan and manage cooperation initiatives to aid developing countries.
The programme, which has been developed by the Faculties of Political Science, Sociology, Communications, and Humanities, provides students with interdisciplinary knowledge and the tools necessary to analyse and comprehend the context they will find in developing countries, as well as to manage peace projects and international development cooperation programs.
The programme also provides students with advanced skills that will allow them to: