Duration and structure
|ATTENDANCE :||Nine weeks full time (3 weeks in Rome, 3 in Moskow, 3 in Rome)|
|DURATION :||1 year|
The objective of the Master programme is to provide students with a solid understanding of the globalisation phenomenon in all of its dimensions (worldwide markets for goods and services, capital and labour/migration, political science, philosophy, the planetary challenge of the environment and sustainable development). It also offers insights and tools with which to analyse and affect the impact of globalisation on local development. As such due consideration is given to the complexity of local-global interactions in the multifaceted arenas of globalisation with a focus on Italian, Mediterranean and Russian Societies and the New World Order.
Recipients and job opportunities
In the Master’s students will also study the various dimensions and aspects of globalisation and migration and how Italian and Russian Societies have absorbed the new agenda of the 21st century.
The main aim is to gain a better understanding of the changing relationships of global and local societies through the rise of social and spatial inequalities.
Students will come to learn that these are brought about by global processes, migration and mobility and the emergence of transnational identities, which may contrast with local orientations that may be part of the same multicultural societies. The direct focus will be on the effects on the Italian and Russian Societies.
Graduates have also gone on to successful careers in many different countries and areas of employment such as international organisations, the media, government, business and finance.
Module 1. Past, Present and Future of Globalisation
Module 2. Pros and Cons of Globalisation (Key Themes)
Module 1. Globalisation and International Relations
Module 2. Cultural Globalisation
Module 1. Russia and Italy in a Global framework
- Module 1. Economic Development in a Global framework
- International Development Intistutions: the World Bank and the IMF
- Has Globalisation Failed?
- The International Migration Phenomenon
- Fostering a new Approach to Developmente in a Globalised World
- Superpowers and Direct Foreign Investments
- Strategies of Global Capital Markets
- World Health Organisation: a new role to play
- History of International Trade
- The role of money in globalisation and trade
- How trade and investments affect income growth and distribution
- From the General Agreement on Tarifs and Trade (GATT) to the World Trade Organization
- International flows of capitals - a monetary policy perspective
- Regulation and de-regulation of trade, including multi-lateral trade liberalization
- Project work
- Globalisation of Health Crisis through Media
- Globalisation and Social Media
- Globalisation and Content Production and Distribution in Creative Industries
- The Mediterranean Sea: an area of Conflicting Powers
- Project work