FIRST LEVEL SPECIALIZED MASTER
Academic Year 2020-2021 – 4th Edition
The Master in Management of Sustainable Development Goals (MSDG) is a Specialized Master program taught entirely in English. It builds on a double blended learning approach. First, it combines face-to-face and online teaching – via the most advanced web/communication technologies – supporting student/faculty continuous interaction.
Second, MSDG blends a Knowledge-based part – theory, practice and technical skills relating to the UN Agenda’s SD goals – with a Professional-based part – a set of strategic competencies to manage international projects on SD.
The duration of the Master programme (online and residential lectures) will be 9+3 months, a total of 200 hours of e-lessons online (with 200h of e-lab) , 120 hours of on-campus residential classes, 425 hours of individual studies, 480 hours of Internship.
MSDG hinges on an extensive range of fundamentals, core courses and applied projects. With its problem-solving focus MSDG will allow you to indulge your passion using a systemic, holistic and skills-based approach in a truly global perspective.
NEWS: Extension for the scholarship deadline!
The deadline has been extended until the 10th of July. Visit the page
The call for application for the A.Y. 2020-21 is NOW open!
Please see the Call for Applications of MSDG Scholarships: Call for MSDG_2020-2021.pdf
Please be informed that MSDG is Covid-19 resilient and it will be on stage even if the Coronavirus crisis will not subside (more on this on this video)
October 2020 - October 2021
Ensuring sustainability is the greatest challenge of our time. Dealing with both environmental and social emergencies is key to preserve humanity’s future. In his Encyclical letter Laudato si’ Pope Francis reminded us of the need to endorse an ‘integral ecology’ approach where preserving nature and respecting the dignity of each person must be achieved jointly.