This programme is held in English and is addressed to university graduates under Bologna system (3 years) or to those who graduated from long term university study programmes (4 years).
Form of study: full time, 2 years, 120 ECTS.
For non-subsidized places from the state budget, the tuition fee is 500 euro/per semester.
The programme assigns a particular importance to a better understanding of certain problems in the development field: cooperation, poverty, environment, economic development, social and human development. The programme entails a close link between theories and practices required to explore and understand the complexity of the development area. The available curriculum is built on a theoretical background that is combined with training courses conducted in a manner that allows students to acquire the right competences and proficiency, as well as special skills in policy and project evaluation, management and planning methods.
The programme is generally addressed to B.A. graduates, particularly to those interested in a career in public institutions in Romania and the European Union or international organizations active in developing countries. Qualified students from developing and emerging countries are particularly welcome.
At the same time, the MA Programme is addressed to officials of the Central Government as well as local, and mid-career professionals in any development-related field, due to the fact that the European Union allocates funds for both governmental and local cooperation mechanisms.
The teaching and evaluation are conducted in English.
|1||Theories of Development and Cooperation||Lect. Univ. Dr. Victor Negrescu|
|2||Development economy||Dr. Bogdan Munteanu|
|3||International Public Law||Lect. Univ. Dr. Gabriel Micu|
|4||European policies of Development Cooperation||Lect. Univ. Dr. Victor Negrescu|
|5||Partnership European Union-Latin America||Dr. Ioana Dodi|
|6||Social Science Research Methodology (optional)||Lect. Univ. Dr. Ioana Melenciuc|
|7||Methods of analysis of development policies||Lect. Univ. Dr. Victor Negrescu|
|8||International Project Management||Lect. Univ. Dr. Răzvan Cotovelea|
|9||Sustainable Development and International Affairs (optional)||Lect. Univ. Dr. Daniel Buti|
|10||EU Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (optional)||Dr. Bogdan Popescu|
|11||Humanitarian Aid and Voluntary Work (optional)||Dr. Ioana Dodi|
|12||Education for development (optional)||Prof. Univ. Dr. Cezar Bârzea|
|13||Public administration and international cooperation||Conf. Univ. Dr. Diana Iancu|
|14||Theory and Practice of Human rights (optional)||Lect. Univ. Dr. Gabriel Micu|
|15||Area study 1: Eastern European studies (optional)||Lect. Univ. Dr. Miruna Troncotă|
|16||Area study 2: South American studies (optional)||Lect. Univ. Dr. Mihai Ghigiu|
|17||Ethics in International Relations||Lect. Univ. Dr. Alice Iancu|
|18||Introduction to Evaluation Studies (optional)||Lect. Univ. Dr. Ioana Melenciuc|
|19||Area study 3: Asian Studies (optional)||Conf. Univ. Dr. Radu Sebastian Ungureanu|
|20||Employment and Social Policies (optional)||–|
|21||Training stages||Lect. Univ. Dr. Mihail Caradaică|
The teaching plan contains a series of compulsory courses, aimed at building or consolidating fundamental notions and concepts, as well as a series of optional courses, from which students can choose those that best define their area of interest. The teaching plan allows you to find out how many courses you will have per semester, what they are and how you can attend them in order to achieve the 120 transferable credits.
On completion of the master’s degree programme, graduates will have acquired a range of skills that will improve their professional expertise and enhance their competitiveness in the European labour market as follows:
I. Professional competences
II. Transversal competences
Graduates have a wide range of potential career paths to embark on within the development field, such as expertise, consultancy, public relations, administrative and managerial positions in the following areas:
Starting with the academic year 2017-2018, the students of this MA will benefit from a long-distance twinning programme with experts within the African, Caribbean and Pacific Young Professionals Network (ACP YNP), based on the research themes they choose to approach.
Opportunity for the candidates:
The student obtaining the highest grade at the admission contest organized in July 2017 for this MA programme will be awarded a study visit at the European institutions in Brussels.
To find out more about the student experience in Brussels, please access the testimonial
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EXAMINATION:
Admission is based on:
By submitting the pre-enrolment form online, DRIIE 2017 candidates are given the opportunity to benefit from:
Pre-enrolment online form for master’s programmes 2017 – 2019 is available HERE.
TUITION FEE – 1.000 EUR/year