The Master’s programme is a response to the demand for stronger expertise in labour and development economics (and the nexus between the two disciplines) as well as in the design and evaluation of policies and projects that place employment at the heart of policymaking.
Tuition fees are €8,500, including training facilities, training materials, insurance and University registration fees. A non-refundable enrollment fee of €1,500 is payable upon enrollment.
Only on-line and complete applications (duly filled in and accompanied by the supporting documents requested) will be considered eligible for candidates' selection process. As a result, applications that are incomplete or sent by mail, fax or email will not be accepted.
Applications will be reviewed by the Selection Committee and all candidates will be informed about the results of the selection process by email.
The Selection Committee reserves the right to interview applicants to validate the match of their profile with the Programme.
Accommodation is the responsibility of students.
Accommodation at the ITCILO Campus costs €6,545 for 17 weeks of residence in Turin during the face-to-face learning period. It includes bed and breakfast in single room on campus and laundry. Minimum stay on campus is one month.
A limited number of partial scholarships covering tuition fees are available on a competitive basis for participants from developing countries according to the preferred profile.
Scholarships do not cover accommodation, international travel to and from Turin, meals (lunch and dinner), visa and passport costs, and any personal expense (telephone and fax, coffee and beverages, local transports to town, purchase of personal items, etc.).
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