|Type||Second cycle degree (Postgraduate), full-time|
|Nominal duration||2 years. The enrolment conditions, full-time or part-time is chosen year by year and accordingly changes tuition fee|
|Tuition fee||€2,800.00 per year
To obtain a reduction in the above amount you must have requested ISEE certification for financial aid.
First cycle diploma ( BA, Ungergraduate diploma)
Students wishing to enroll for the Master’s Degree Program in Area and Global Studies for International Cooperation must have a Bachelor’s Degree and must also fulfill the curricular requirements and the adequate personal preparation.
- LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION (FRENCH / SPANISH / PORTUGUESE / BRAZILIAN / ENGLISH / ARABIC / CHINESE / AFRICAN LANGUAGES / SOUTH ASIAN LANGUAGES)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: Italian / English / French / Spanish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
These documents shall be written or translated in one of the following languages: Italian, English, French, 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.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
English at level B2 of the CEFR for Languages
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
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.