Presentazione del corso del prof. Valerio De Cesaris
Intervista del prof. Valerio De Cesaris al TgR Umbria del 29 giugno 2020
This degree course, developed from a transdisciplinary point of view and featuring a high degree of internationalisation, is designed to deepen the theme of sustainability in its classic three dimensions of the economic, environmental and social spheres, in accordance with the guiding principles developed by the United Nations (Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development).
This course focuses on the area of social sustainability, with the aim of providing a wealth of knowledge that will allow both the immediate independent exercise of multiple functions in institutional and private social contexts, and the continuation of specialist training in the areas of development cooperation, human rights and environmental protection, diplomacy and international relations.
The international and transdisciplinary perspective of this course allows students to explore and understand the challenges of sustainability at international, national and local level, through an in-depth study of its environmental, social, economic and political aspects.
The network of institutions and partners directly involved in the course also offers students various opportunities for stays abroad and professional experience in an international context, through internships and work experience.
The course program is also international and offers students the opportunity to study many subjects and workshops in English. The course offers employment prospects in a wide range of professional fields, through an innovative educational model that combines training, research, practical experience, internationalisation and innovation.
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