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International Cooperation (MA)

Training InstitutionInstituto Universitario de Desarrollo y Cooperación
Website of programme
Type of degreeAdvanced Trainings
Type of learningon-campus learning
Type of diplomaMagíster of the University Complutense of Madrid
Accredited by IAC EADINo
Short descriptionThis course is intended for university degree graduates who wish to acquire or increase their knowledge of the instruments, institutions and actions of international cooperation for development The first part of the course, eminently theoretical, focuses on the study of the causes of underdevelopment, from the point of view of sociology and economics, and the analysis of the situation of developing countries distributed by geographic areas. Then , it develops the sector modules that allow the student to know the various policy areas of international cooperation: gender, humanitarian, environmental, and micro-enterprise cooperation, etc.. In the final part of the Master will pay particular attention to the practical aspects of international cooperation for development: formulation, monitoring and evaluation, cost-benefit analysis, and an approach to project management
Topic 1Aid
Topic 2Cooperation
Topic 3International relations
KeywordsAid effectiveness, Aid evaluation, Aid policy, Civil society, Coherence, Communication, Credit, Debt, Decentralisation, Decentralised cooperation, Democratisation, Development education, Development policy, Development theory, EU-ACP cooperation, EU-Asia cooperation, EU-Latin America cooperation, EU-Mediterranean cooperation, Economic development, Education, Emergency aid, Environment, Europe, Finance, Fiscal and monetary policy, Foreign policy, Gender, Governance, Humanitarian aid, Human rights, Institutional development, International cooperation, International relations, Local government, Management, Microcredit, Migration, Monitoring/evaluation, Multilateral aid, Organisation development, Policy debate, Policy making, Political development, Politics, Poverty, Private sector, Public administration, Refugees, Regional cooperation, Training, Women
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