|Study location||Italy, Turin|
|Type||POSTGRADUATE DEGREE, full-time|
|Nominal duration||2 years. The enrolment conditions (full-time or part-time) are chosen on a yearly basis, and the tuition fees change accordingly (120 ECTS)|
|Tuition fee||€2,800 per year
For the academic year 2021/2022 the tuition fees ranged from 156€ to 2.800€ per year, depending on the student’s financial situation.
For more information on the tuition fees for the a.y. 2022/2023, please refer to the dedicated webpage on our University portal. At the same page you’ll also be able to verify if you are eligible for a fee reduction or exemption.
|Application fee||€50 one-time
The application fee has to be paid within the deadline of each call. The amount of the application fee is the same whether you decide to apply for one or two degree programmes. This amount is not refundable.
First cycle diploma (BA, Undergraduate diploma)
You must hold a first-cycle degree (i.e. bachelor’s degree) gained after at least 3 years of University education. You will also need to meet specific admission requirements and demonstrate a suitable academic preparation and a solid background.
To register for the Master’s Program in Area and Global Studies for International Cooperation, candidates must have at least 18 ECTS credits in the following blocks of academic disciplines (candidates must have credits in 2 blocks at least):
Additional information on the admission requirements can be found here.
Applicants having the above-mentioned curricular requirements are admitted to an interview – in English – aimed at verifying their personal knowledge of English and second language, and at discussing their general knowledge on the main themes of the course program and previous experience.
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The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / French / Italian / Spanish.
If the document is issued in a different language from those listed above, you will have to upload both the original document and its certified translation.
This degree program has 60 available places for non-European applicants residing abroad.
Applicants must hold an international certification (see footnote for list of accepted certifications and minimum scores requirements), certifying at least a CEFR B2 level of English language proficiency. Language certification must be no more than three years old. Accepted language certifications for admission and minimum scores are listed below.
- Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE);
Alternatively, applicants have to upload an official document issued by their previous University stating that the medium of instruction was English.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
It is required that candidates possess a basic knowledge (level B1 of the CEFR) of one of the other languages taught in the Master’s degree programme: French, Portuguese, Spanish, Swahili, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Russian or Italian.
The just-launched Master’s degree in Area and Global Studies for International Cooperation (AGIC) of the University of Turin, Italy, stands for an approach that is global in content, reach, and structure. It combines the study of international cooperation with in-depth, multi- and transdisciplinary-in-character area expertise, generating insights that are relevant from both an academic and a real-world perspective. In this respect, the (English-taught) Master degree represents an outstanding novelty in the Italian and European panorama, in which rarely is the field of cooperation associated to that of area studies.
If you aspire to a career in international cooperation and are fascinated by a specific area, which you wish to explore in its complexity further, then AGIC is what you need. The programme’s second year allows you to choose between the Africa, Americas or Asia profiles, so as to deepen the understanding of cultural traditions, historical experiences and socio-economic issues of various world regions. Established relationships with African, American, Latin American, and Asian universities and research institutions, as well as the groundwork of the Bairati Centre on American and Transatlantic Studies, the Institute of Asian Studies, and the Centre for African Studies, will fuel the approaches and the contents of the Master’s degree, making the University of Turin an excellence in the field of area studies and cooperation.
For information concerning career opportunities, please refer to this page.