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Programme and Structure

The Master in Intenational Public Affairs offers a wide range of core and elective courses, covering all area of contemporary international public policies

Core Courses (4 ECTS)

  • Behavioural Economics and Decision-Making
  • Democracy and Global Governance: Conceptual and Methodological Issues Global Dimensions of Democracy and Rule of Law
  • Democratizations and Beyond
  • International Public Policies
  • International Financial Markets
  • Regionalism and Global Governance
  • Humanitarian Intervention in the Post-Cold War World
  • Global Politics: Power Shifts in an Age of Globalization
  • Statistics for International and Public Affairs 
  • The EU in Multipolar World
  • Globalization and Europeanization

Elective Courses (2-4 ECTS)

  • Negotiation and Diplomacy in a Changing World
  • Multiculturalism
  • Global Corruption, Global Crime, Good Governance and the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC)
  • Negotiation Techniques in International Organizations
  • EU policy making through the lenses of energy policies
  • EU enlargement and EU neighborhood policies
  • Crisis Management
  • EU Cohesion Policies
  • Democracy and EU
  • National Interest, National Security, International Relations

Policy Lab (2 ECTS)

  • Corporates and Policy
  • Policy Clinic
  • Learning Policy Advice

Since August 2016, students of this pivotal academic post-graduate course have benefited also from the academic knowledge developed during the three year Jean Monnet Center of Excellence “Centrifugal Europe and the Challenge of Integration" (Contract Number: 574597-EPP-1-2016-1-IT-EPPJMO-CoE) funded by the European Commission through its Erasmus Plus programme.  

Led by Prof. Sergio Fabbrini, students have had the opportunity to explore how the growing centrifugal forces affecting EU policy making are affecting international public affairs, in particular when examining international public policies in various specific fields and areas.