Our Interdisciplinary Master programmes offer a critical approach to understanding the structural transformations that shape the international system and the development of human societies. Our Master in International Affairs and Master in Development Studies draw on the faculty from the Institute’s core disciplines (Anthropology, Economics, History, Law and Political Science) together with invited faculty with extensive policy experience.
2-year master programmes combining a critical analysis of alternative paradigms, methodological competences and substantive knowledge in thematic specialisations preparing students for successful careers in government, international organisations, business and the non-profit sector:
- 94 professors and lecturers: an outstanding faculty
- 160 courses: the widest interdisciplinary offer
- 10 workshops: professional skills required at work
- 50 capstone projects: applying skills and knowledge to real policy problems