Bachelor of Development and Cooperation Program By Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna |Top Universities
  • QS World University Rankings
    =166
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Study Mode Blended
  • Subject Business & Management Studies
  • Duration 36 months
  • Scholarships Yes
  • Start date Sep

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The 1st cycle degree programme in International Development and Cooperation is a basic programme covering the topics of economic, political, institutional and social development. The specific objectives of the programme are to acquire essential competences for understanding the dominant features of local and global development, long-term growth in different local, national and international systems, in order to assess the relationship between areas with different levels of well-being and adopt policy measures to foster development. The programme approach is based on an interdisciplinary curriculum inspired by sustainable development, i.e. the idea that the production of goods and services must meet certain human, social and political requirements. The programme covers economic, historical, legal, politological, statistical and sociological fields, aiming to promote comparative qualitative and quantitative analysis of the structural and sectorial problems affecting local systems in the Mediterranean basin, Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe and the European Union. This programme is available in Italian.

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COVID-19 Information: Please check the Admissions tabOver the years, the Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna, the oldest university in the Western world, has paved the way for innovation thanks to an increasingly rich programme catalogue, cutting-edge research, a convincing third mission strategy and a growing international perspective. Since its foundation in 1088, the University of Bologna has been student-centred, and, thanks to its five campuses (in Bologna, Cesena, Forlì, Ravenna and Rimini) and its Buenos Aires branch, it offers its student a varied course catalogue that is tailored to the needs of present-day society: over 200 degree programmes within its 32 departments and 5 schools.  Its community of more than 85,000 students makes the Alma Mater one of Italy’s largest universities, ranking first in Italy in terms of number of its students in exchange programmes abroad and within the top 5 universities in Europe in terms of number of exchange students. Moreover, the University of Bologna is among the top 5 Italian universities in major international rankings (QS, Shanghai, Times Higher Education, GreenMetric). The University of Bologna is deeply committed to sustainable development and actively contributes to the achievement of the 17 sustainable development goals of the UN’s 2030 Agenda. As a comprehensive research university, the Alma Mater invests in multidisciplinary cross-cultural approach to research and teaching, which are considered as inseparable parts of the same unit. In the European landscape of research and academic cooperation, the University of Bologna is surely among the most active institutions. Indeed it has shaped and maintains alliances with industries as well as public/private organizations and also represents a crucial hub for international networks with its lively relations with America, Africa, Asia and Australia, that add up to its great networks in Europe.

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