The Department of Social, Political and Cognitive Sciences of the University of Siena, Italy in partnership with the Association "Rondine Cittadella della Pace", Arezzo, Italy is announcing its call for applications for the next enrollment of students (September 2017).
Why choose this Master course?
The Master program provides deep theoretical and professional insight into a number of themes and disciplines, all of them connected to the effects of globalization and the changing conditions of intercultural relations. In particular, the master intends to shed a light on the recent transformation in terms of mobility, human rights, trans-national and trans-cultural conflicts, to move then to approach the new diplomatic and professional instrument of peace making.
Specialized in research on political, cultural and social transformations, the Department of Social, Political and Cognitive Sciences of the University of Siena is committed to high-quality undergraduate and graduate instruction in a variety of disciplines. It hosts a vibrant community of social and political scientists. The association "Rondine Cittadella della Pace" is an international organization that exists since 1997 in order to promote dialogue and conflict resolutions on different levels: interpersonal, political and international. The core project of Rondine is the cohabitation of young professionals who come from countries in conflict and belong to different cultures. Living together with their own "enemy" they learn how to face the conflict and turn it into an opportunity for change, in order to become global citizens, young leaders and develop concrete social, political and economic projects to create social impact in the world.
Most of the frontal courses are taught at the University of Siena and they are concentrated in the first term. The second term is devoted to students' work-projects, internships and ad-hoc seminars with practitioners. These activities are mainly held in Rondine - Cittadella della Pace (Arezzo), which serves as main professional partner of the project.
The Master provides students with 60 ECTS. It prepares professionals in the field of intercultural relations, cultural diplomacy, and policy analysis
Students with a first cycle degree (e.g., B.A.) or higher degrees
20 September 2017
Program start: October 2017
Duration: 12 months
Tuition fees are EUR 3,000