We are pleased to inform you that applications for the edition 2020-21 of the Master in Social Innovation for Sustainable Development are now open.
With a global faculty and participants, the master will challenge your current beliefs and notions of social innovation with a view to developing a new understanding of its principles and tools. Global development trends show that problems of the Covid 19 crisis, social exclusion, youth unemployment, migration, climate change, and ageing society are escalating. By recognizing how social innovation goes beyond technology and current beliefs, you will explore the implication of different models. Participants will acquire tools and techniques to anticipate change and respond to complex situations in their respective relevant fields. A crucial role for social innovators and entrepreneurs in the implementation of the 2030 SDGs is expected in the medium term. Government agencies are encouraged to seek out “the best social innovations” in their programmes. Entrepreneurs of tomorrow are requested to use their new models to achieve results and scale their services, including public-private partnerships.
The Master duration is of 1 year with 6 weeks* of face-to-face learning activities taking place in Turin, Italy.
Essential requirements for admission are to hold a first university degree (minimum 3 years or 180 ETCS) and to be fluent in English. Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will be awarded a joint 1st level specialization Master from the University of Torino.
The deadline for expression of interest for the 2020-21 edition is 30 June 2020. A second round of online applications shall be open until 1st September 2020. Students with an Italian Degree can apply until 30 September 2020. A limited number of partial scholarships are available for meritorious students.
For any further information, you may require, please consult our website or contact our admission team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications can be submitted at online application form.