A fronte della crisi economica è indispensabile saper interpretare e governare fenomeni complessi rispetto ai quali entrano in gioco variabili plurali e composite. Si pone al centro la globalizzazione e i suoi effetti sia sui processi economici che sui sistemi giuridici, per individuare le soluzioni e le strategie più efficaci.

 

 

Il Master in Global Economics and Social Affairs – GESAM fornisce il codice di lettura funzionale a comprendere gli scenari globali e le loro dinamiche. L'obiettivo del Master è formare la nuova generazione di leader che sappia distinguersi attraverso competenze trasversali nelle materie economiche e sociali/giuslavoristiche. Figure professionali manageriali di alto profilo, inserite in ambiti istituzionali pubblici e privati operanti a livello internazionale, ma anche la formazione di nuove figure professionali come consulenti in materia di social accountability ed esperti in cooperazione internazionale allo sviluppo.

 

 

Il Master vanta la partnership dell’Organizzazione Internazionale del Lavoro (OIL) presso la quale i partecipanti avranno la possibilità di frequentare lezioni e seminari di approfondimento tenuti dai funzionari dell’organizzazione. GESAM racchiude una fitta rete di contatti con organizzazioni internazionali, multinazionali e con altre Università e Accademie di molti paesi del mondo.

 

 

Le attività formative svolte al Master verranno riconosciute ai fini dell'iscrizione alla Laurea Magistrale in Relazioni Internazionali Comparate, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia per un totale di 48 CFU.

 

 

 

Per approfondimenti consultare il sito del Master:www.unive.it/gesam 




SCADENZA ISCRIZIONI: 7 gennaio 2020




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Clicca qui per iscriverti all’Open Day del Master che si terrà il 12 dicembre 2019 alle ore 10 al Campus Economico di San Giobbe.

 

 
 
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The International Rescue Committee offers an internship as a Volunteer Coordinator in its Program Administration sector to assist in the delivery of the organization's programs and services, and for providing guidance, support, resources and tools to staff who supervise interns and volunteers.

 

For more opportunities go to: International Organizations

 

Organization: The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and help people to survive, recover, and gain control of their future. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees and displaced people forced to flee from war or disaster.  At work today in over 40+ countries and in 29 U.S. cities, the IRC restores safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure.

 

Duty Station: Sacramento, CA - USA

 

Open To: Current undergraduate, graduate student, or less than one year out of school with volunteering experience

 

Timeframe:  Not specified

 

Deadline: Not specified

 

Job description: The Volunteer Coordinator Intern coordinates volunteer resources to assist in the delivery of the organization's programs and services, is responsible for the tracking of in-kind contributions and attaining goals, and for providing guidance, support, resources and tools to staff who supervise interns and volunteers.

The main responsibilities are:

  • Assist Volunteer Specialist with developing and implementing goals and objectives for the volunteer program that reflect the mission and the program/service delivery needs of the organization.
  • Assist Volunteer Specialist with developing, administering and reviewing policies and procedures that guide the volunteer program.
  • Identify volunteer assignments and write volunteer position descriptions.
  • Promote the organization and volunteer opportunities in the community.
  • Recruit and screen volunteers.
  • Provide appropriate orientation and training to volunteers.
  • Assist in training staff to work effectively and cooperatively with volunteers.
  • Assist with planning and implementing formal and informal volunteer recognition activities.
  • Develop and monitor a budget for volunteer program activities.
  • Assist in the evaluation of volunteer activities.
  • Source, track and report in-kind contributions.
  • Participate in IRC Communities of Practice and other networking/learning opportunities in the network.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications: 

  • Current undergraduate, graduate student, or less than one year out of school
  • Experience successfully managing volunteers; Understanding of refugee resettlement is preferred. 
  • Excellent interpersonal relations skills:  the ability to work effectively with partners, donors, colleagues in a cross cultural, multi-disciplinary environment.
  • Solid organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks, set priorities, effectively manage time and meet deadlines.
  • Experience developing and providing orientations and trainings.
  • Strong writing and communication skills including experience working in and developing teams.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office including outlook, word and excel. Experience using donor acknowledgment software preferred.
  • Knowledge and understanding of ethics and confidentiality related to fundraising.
  • Reliable transportation with proof of valid driver’s license, insurance and clean driving record.

 

Wage/Fees: Unpaid internship

 

Application process:  Interested candidates should apply online through the offer page, by clicking on the button “Apply now”.

 

Useful links: Official offer page

 

Contact Information: For further informations, please visit the contact page

 

edited by Maria Laura Lo Cicero

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The Clinton Foundation is looking for a Development Associate. If you look forward an opportunity to work in an international environment and make a contribution in other people’s lives, don’t waste this opportunity!

 

For more opportunities go to: International Organizations

 

Organization: Building on a lifetime of public service, President Clinton established the Clinton Foundation on the simple belief that everyone deserves a chance to succeed, everyone has a responsibility to act, and we all do better when we work together. For nearly two decades, that premise has energized the work of the Foundation in overcoming complex challenges and improving the lives of people across the United States and around the world.

As an operating foundation, Clinton Foundation works on issues directly or with strategic partners from the business, government, and nonprofit sectors to create economic opportunity, improve public health, and inspire civic engagement and service. Its programs are designed to make a real difference today while serving as proven models for tomorrow. The goal of every effort is to use available resources to get better results faster – at the lowest possible cost.

The Clinton Foundation firmly believes that when diverse groups of people bring resources together in the spirit of true cooperation, transformative ideas will emerge to drive life-changing action.

 

Duty Station: New York, USA

 

Open To: Candidates with at least a bachelor’s Degree and 3 years of experience in relevant fields for the programme

 

Timeframe:  Not specified

 

Deadline: Not specified

 

Job description: The Development Associate provides direct operational and administrative support to the Chief Development Officer and the Development Department, as well as coordinates assigned aspects of annual individual giving programs. The position serves as a first point of contact for the department and provides support for Development events, meetings, and other projects related to the engagement of current and prospective donors.

The main responsibilities of candidates will be:

  • Provide operational and administrative support to the Chief Development Officer and the Department, including extensive CRM database use and support.
  • Work closely with the Sr. Director of Development and the Individual Giving team to coordinate Foundation’s recurring giving program, including direct solicitation of new/renewed recurring gifts via phone and email. Coordinate direct solicitation of new/renewed 20|30 donors/prospects, as assigned. Coordinate stewardship and communications activities for 20|30 and Ambassadors giving programs.
  • Manage office operations, including fielding incoming phone calls, e-mails, and correspondence directed to the Department, as well as liaise with other departments/teams.
  • Assist with financial record-keeping, invoicing, reimbursements, travel arrangements, vendor management, and fundraising reporting.
  • Assist with executing fundraising events, meetings, and special projects.
  • Track and process donations received by the New York office.

 

Qualifications: 

  1. Education:

Minimum Required: Bachelor’s degree.

  1. Work Experience:

Minimum Required: Minimum of 3 years of relevant experience.

Preferred: Direct experience in a support or frontline fundraising role as part of a Development team and/or similar experience in a nonprofit or other client-centered environment.

  1. Specialized Knowledge Needed for Performance of Job:

Understanding of fundamentals of a Development office and a charitable foundation.

  1. Skills:

Strong work ethic and follow-through. Positive attitude and excellent interpersonal and communications skills. Ability to work in a team and independently. Flexibility to multi-task and prioritize, manage time effectively, and utilize troubleshooting skills.

  1.  Special Skills:

Above-average computer skills – proficiency in Microsoft Office, knowledge of Blackbaud CRM and/or similar CRM/donor database.

  1. Other:

Integrity, dedication, discretion, ability to develop unique and innovative ideas, ability to work under tight deadlines.

 

Wage/Fees: Not specified

 

Application process: Interested candidates should apply online through the offer page, by clicking on the “Apply for this job online” button and following the procedure.

 

Useful links: Official job offer page

 

Contact Information: For more information about the application process or other job offers, please visit the Q&A page

 

edited by Maria Laura Lo Cicero

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As a Development and AWSIF Intern, you will have the opportunity to participate in high-level discussions on the changing social entrepreneurship ecosystem. You will also gain first-hand experience building relationships with international partners and contribute to creating development strategies in support of global, multi-sector projects.

 

For more opportunities go to: International Organizations

 

Organization: Ashoka is the global association of the world’s leading social entrepreneurs—men and women with system changing solutions for the world’s most urgent social problems. Social entrepreneurs are individuals with innovative solutions to society’s most pressing social problems. From its regional office in Cairo, Ashoka Arab World creates a competitive, entrepreneurial, and globally integrated citizen sector and develops the profession of social entrepreneurship. Ashoka currently works with over 100 Ashoka Fellows located in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Bahrain, Tunisia, Libya, the UAE, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

Ashoka Arab World successfully hosted three iterations of the Arab World Social Innovation Forum in 2009, 2010, and 2019, bringing together the most important players in the regional ecosystem of social entrepreneurship. After 15 years of impact in the region, Ashoka Arab World is again convening the Arab World Social Innovation Forum in 2021 to connect and engage the region’s leading social entrepreneurs, business leaders, policy makers, and other stakeholders. 

 

Duty Station: Maadi - Cairo, Egypt

 

Open To: Candidates with good English knowledge, and with research, fundraising or event planning experience 

 

Timeframe:  Minimum 3 months

 

Deadline: 1 January 2020

 

Job description: The Development and AWSIF Intern is responsible for assisting the Communication & Partnership Officer in implementing the tailored Outreach and Development Plan for the 2021 Arab World Social Innovation Forum, which includes the following tasks:

  • Support research efforts in building a comprehensive sponsor and donor database and outreach timetable 
  • Assist in proposing potential corporate, individual, family, and other sponsors according to the profile of AWSIF 2021 and interested parties
  • Contribute to creation and implementation of Development outreach ideas including correspondence, events, media campaigns, etc. 
  • Assist in securing updated and effective contact details for all potential sponsors and donors
  • Maintain a prospect tracking system through ongoing research and filing
  • Support preparation for sponsor outreach – including scheduling, sending correspondence, follow-up
  • Prepare for and attend development meetings with potential sponsors/donors as needed
  • Support the creation of high-quality, engaging written materials to target potential donors/sponsors
  • Draft correspondence to respond to donor/prospect requests for information
  • Support the content creation and overall quality management of outreach/marketing materials including the event brief & sponsorship packages
  • Assist in establishing a tailored system for follow-up including drafting timely and effective reminders to all prospective sponsors/donors
  • Support research efforts to establish a high-level database of potential speakers of all levels
  • Work closely with the content team to propose keynote speakers, moderators, panelists, and other VIP speakers/participants befitting the scope and objectives of AWSIF 2021
  • Assist in developing a comprehensive and user-friendly database for all prospective speakers, including conducting necessary research to obtain up-to-date and comprehensive contact information
  • Maintain a speaker tracking system through ongoing research and filing
  • Support the creation and dissemination of high-caliber and targeted outreach materials to potential speakers
  • Draft invitations to potential speakers according to proposed role
  • Draft correspondence to respond to requests for information
  • Support all administration and stewardship tasks to manage the successful participation of sponsors/donors, speakers, and other VIPs 
  • Produce and/or compile personalized materials (e.g., publications, letters) to engage relevant stakeholders according to their profile and interests 
  • Properly manage and upgrade knowledge management files for Ashoka’s Arab World development efforts 
  • Establish and organize development and tracking records for all donor/sponsor/speaker prospects
  • Organize historical development data when needed
  • Assist in other ways as needed with the research, practical implementation, and administration necessary to achieve the goals of the Development Unit.

Performance management:

  • Together with her/his supervisor, the intern will develop a performance agreement at the beginning of her/his term. This agreement will include goals, measures and expected results and will be the baseline for the performance review to take place at the midpoint and end of the employment period.
  •  Together with her/his supervisor, the staff member will develop a plan of action for the term of employment. This plan will be created at the beginning of the period of employment and updated on a monthly basis.
  • The staff member will send a monthly report with all activities executed during the month; to be sent to the Communication & Partnership Officer, HR & Operations Manager, and Regional Director at the end of each month.

 

Qualifications: 

  • Research, fundraising and event planning experience preferred
  • Excellent writing and analytical skills 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications 
  • Applicant must have strong initiative, independence, creativity, and sound judgment. They must be service-oriented and flexible, with excellent communication and organizational skills.
  • Applicant must be a team player with a high level of commitment who is able to manage multiple high-priority tasks at once.
  • Must be creative within her/his scope of work and resourceful in problem solving 
  • Must understand Ashoka’s vision and work.
  • Must demonstrate her/his commitment with social change.
  • Must be a deeply trustworthy person.
  • Must be service-oriented and flexible.
  • Must be detail-oriented and able to manage multiple high-priority tasks at once. 
  • Must be a team player with a high level of commitment.
  • Must maintain cooperative working relationships and interact with others in a helpful, courteous and friendly manner. 
  • Must demonstrate sensitivity to, and respect for, a diverse population and be able to work with persons of different cultural and ethnic backgrounds across all areas of the world.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English.
  • Proficiency in written and spoken Arabic is an asset.

 

Wage/Fees: Not specified

 

Application process: In order to apply, interested candidates should send their CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

https://www.ashoka.org/en-eg/country/egypt 

 

Useful links: Official offer page

 

Contact Information: For further information, please visit the contact page

 

edited by Maria Laura Lo Cicero

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We are now used to seeing many young people leave Italy for destinations considered "attractive" from the point of view of work and the opportunities they offer. One of the favourite destinations for Italians in recent years is Great Britain: Brexit has not been enough to make young people desist from trying to build a future there. The discussion about the treatment that European citizens will receive when London leaves the European Union has led to the adoption of a process that is far from simple. However, beyond how European society reacts to the phenomenon, there is an urgent need to question how, from an internal point of view, Great Britain is reacting to a transition that seems increasingly far from reaching a definitive capitulation.

In fact, more than three years have passed since 23 June 2016, when British citizens decided to vote for the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union. After this period of time, the British have not yet left Brussels and the deadline is, from time to time, postponed. The issues at stake are many and it is difficult to compose the different souls of Westminster with the opinion of the government, with that of Brussels and with that of other European countries, Ireland and France in the front line. Many commentators argue that the first mistake was made by former Prime Minister Cameron: convening a referendum, in fact, would have had the effect of politicizing a highly technical issue like that of Brexit. The exit, passed on by many as a way to return to the splendor of the late British Empire, must be carried out by monitoring, step by step, the most friction issues, such as the Irish border and international trade.

Thousands of pages have been written over the years on the most technical issues, focusing public attention. There is, however, one very important aspect that has been overlooked in this period and which few have dealt with. In fact, Brexit has brought to light structural problems within the British political system. As perhaps not many people know, the United Kingdom does not have a real written constitution: what can be defined as the fundamental law takes shape from a set of statutes (which date back even to the Magna Carta of 1215), treaties and legal decisions. There are therefore a number of sources that give life to British laws. All this is in stark contrast to almost all the other experiences of liberal democracies, where there is a constitution written and drafted by a Constituent Assembly representing the will of the people. Another important point is that in the United Kingdom there is no difference between ordinary law and constitutional law, just as there is no supervisory body comparable to our Constitutional Court.

What does Brexit have to do with this? A lot. In these three years, we have seen a series of decisions that have deeply undermined the British political system. The last time was in 1642, when Charles I decided to suspend parliamentary activities and as a result found himself in the midst of a civil war that saw his head end up hanging on a cliff seven years later. It is no coincidence that Thomas Hobbes published his Leviathan in 1651, laying the foundations for the construction of a modern political power capable of handling chaotic situations such as the clash between King and Parliament. In London in 2019, for now, no civil war has broken out and the most likely solution seems to be the vote in December and the exit from the European Union in early 2020. However, all this has led to the emergence of a structural problem: as long as there was agreement on the basic categories with which to pursue the political debate, the flexible "Constitution" was not a problem, but now? Chris Patten, the last British Governor in Hong Kong and European Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, has published a reflection[1] asking whether the UK is becoming a failed state. Asked this way, the question can make you smile, but Patten points out some very interesting points. British parliamentarianism has always been closer to Edmund Burke than to Rousseau, establishing a culture based on precaution, compromise and the rejection of simplistic solutions that wink at the moods of public opinion. The latter underwent a rapid process of radicalization that led to the leadership of Labour Jeremy Corbyn, a leader who led the Party to very strong left-wing positions. The same phenomenon has occurred in the Conservatives: Boris Johnson is anything but a moderate politician, as he has shown several times in recent months. Patten also points out how the concept of the "experts" has changed: it has never occurred that they are seen as members of an establishment that pursues its own interests to the detriment of those of the people. What does this radicalization lead to? Those who speak on behalf of the people go against the experts, even at the cost of presenting anachronistic solutions.

To better understand the whole speech we can compare the British political system to a football game: without a Constitution, there is no referee, but the game can go on the same and take place normally if the players agree on the basic rules. When this agreement is broken, however, the match will be continually interrupted by quarrels about what is lawful and what is not, leading to paralysis of the system. It is no coincidence, therefore, that many intellectuals are activating themselves on this front. Professor Bogdanor of King's College London has argued[2] for a British Constitution if the UK is to emerge seriously from the European Union. His reasoning is very simple: in recent years, the EU Treaties have bound cross-Channel politics, forcing it to respect certain fundamental norms, for example, on the protection of human rights. Bogdanor wonders what will happen to all this when the Treaties no longer bind the United Kingdom. The only solution he sees possible is for London to have a written constitution, as do most of the democracies in the world. Brexit has brought to light some of the problems inscribed in the political concepts that are used in Britain and who knows whether it is really capable of bringing about a radical change in the country that, during the nineteenth century, was the first to work to support parliamentarianism throughout Europe.

 

[1] https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/britain-brexit-failed-state-by-chris-patten-2019-08  

 

[2] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUeK6_3ejXc 




By Mondo Internazionale, https://mondointernazionale.com 

Author: Leonardo Cherici

 

Published in Europe

This is what the alumni of the Graduate School of Economics and International Relations of Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore say about their experience at ASERI. What are you waiting for? Read their stories and find out the strengths of the Graduate School!



For more opportunities go to:  Education

 

Organization: Since its creation in 1995, ASERI (the Graduate School of Economics and International Relations of Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore) has been focusing on the deep changes in the global economic and political environment, from the beginning of globalization to recent dynamics.

ASERI’s students come from all over the world and have different cultural backgrounds and ages. ASERI’s high quality teaching approach provides them with a strong and functional depth to international issues and processes, as well as an in-depth scientific study of methodologies, disciplines and career training. Students also become accustomed to peer-based learning, which challenges their knowledge and opinions, providing efficient dialogue.

ASERI international faculty offers courses and seminars in high-level postgraduate training programs, combining theory and practice, lectures and group work, scientific training and professional enhancement.

 


ASERI alumni are now professionals working in all continents for international organizations, multinational firms, academia and research centers, financial institutions, national and supranational public administrations and NGOs.

"More than 9 years have passed after my graduation: I have lived in three continents, overcome many adventures, collected much professional satisfaction and amazing human   experience. I am currently managing a project about the reintegration of Al Shabhab former fighters in Somalia through a community reconciliation process. I arrived to Kenya 8 months ago after an internship at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda during the Master, some experiences with few Italian NGOs, a long mission in Afghanistan with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, human rights officer at the United Nations and finally working at the International Development Law Organization. It has been an intense professional journey: thank you ASERI for making this possible"

Francesco Ponzoni, Program Manager and Legal Adviser at International Development Law Organization – Kenya – Master in International Cooperation and Development (MICaD)

"During my ASERI experience, I learned almost as much from my colleagues as I did from my professors. Our various personal and professional experiences deepened our classroom discussions and created learning opportunities outside of our reading material. I also thoroughly enjoyed studying with accomplished professors, who encouraged me to seek to understand our world in new ways. All of this with the background of the beautiful city of Milan – what a special opportunity it was to study at ASERI!".

Laurel Zigerelli, Deputy Project Manager & Latin America Research Analyst, Ascendant Program Services, LLC, USA - Master in International Relations (MIR)

"Every class was an occasion for us to learn, to think, to ask, to wonder, to discuss, to question. All the subjects that we studied were like pieces of an harmonious puzzle: we were asked to put all of them together, in a way that at the end of the day it could finally make sense. What I appreciated most is the approach of this Master: we have been taught the importance of having a critical attitude and always being curious, challenging stereotypes, refusing simplistic views, looking beyond the end of one's nose to understand such a complex and diverse reality like the Middle East. This is exactly what we were looking for. With different backgrounds and nationalities and with a specific reason for being here, each of us gave something to the others, adding value to this experience. This Master and my internship enriched me, made me a stronger person, improved my critical thinking, further opening my mind."

Libera Chiara D'Acunto, Italy, Master in Middle Eastern Studies (MIMES)

"The Master has been an excellent opportunity to learn, explore and develop knowledge on topics related to the Economy and the International Policies. It has given me the keys to better understand and interpret the world processes and the political and economic issues that are defining an international reality which is more and more complex and unpredictable. In addition, through the seminars held by international academics and professionals, I got to experience a more practical approach to University courses. The working groups on case studies also proved an excellent opportunity to know my classmates and to build friendships which still exist today. Thanks to the interdisciplinary program and the international network of the two prestigious Universities, after the Master I was able to evaluate more than one opportunity in many professional fields. I am currently working in the financial and insurance sector of SACE and I manage the relationships between my company and banks and trade associations. In addition, I support the business development of the export sector of the Italian SMEs."

Martin Biffi, 9th Edition, Advisory SME Specialist, SACE - Master in Economia e Politiche Internazionali (MEPIN)




Application process:

Master in Economia e politiche internazionali

Master in Middle Eastern Studies

Master in International Relations

Master in International Cooperation and Development



Useful links:

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore  

ASERI

 

Contact Information:

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

ASERI - Alta Scuola di Economia e Relazioni Internazionali

Via San Vittore 18

20123 Milano

Telefono: +39 02 7234 8310

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

edited by Valentina Foscoli

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Do you want to start an International Career? If you want to know something more about our association activities visit the website www.internationalcareersfestival.org

Published in Education

Are you interested in economics and International relations? Discover what Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore can offer to you. From a multicultural environment as a source of learning and enrichment, to a really high quality of teaching, theory and practice. Don’t miss the opportunity to become one of the 1.250 students the School receives every year!

 

For more opportunities go to:  Education

 

Since its creation in 1995, ASERI (the Graduate School of Economics and International Relations of Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore) has been focusing on the deep changes in the global economic and political environment, from the beginning of globalization to recent dynamics.

ASERI’s students come from all over the world and have different cultural backgrounds and ages. ASERI’s high quality teaching approach provides them with a strong and functional depth to international issues and processes, as well as an in-depth scientific study of methodologies, disciplines and career training. Students also become accustomed to peer-based learning, which challenges their knowledge and opinions, providing efficient dialogue.

ASERI international faculty offers courses and seminars in high-level postgraduate training programs, combining theory and practice, lectures and group work, scientific training and professional enhancement.

ASERI alumni are now professionals working in all continents for international organizations, multinational firms, academia and research centers, financial institutions, national and supranational public administrations and NGOs.

 

The mission: As a global educational institution, the mission of the programme is to create an open-minded learning environment that brings together people, cultures and ideas from around the world. The goal is to provide a class standard in postgraduate education in the field of international economics, politics and institutions. Through teaching, ASERI trains students to interpret the great transformations that involve economic-political world dynamics and the complex international scenarios. Through dialogue, it fosters the understanding of international topics and encourage the participation in a global changing world.

 

Discover ASERI’s 4 Master programs:

Master in International Cooperation and Development (MICaD)

An interdisciplinary and problem-oriented specializing Master for graduates who would like to work in the field of international cooperation and development.

- Program type: First Level Specializing Master

- 60 ECTS

- 1 year

- Language of Instruction: English

          

To discover how to apply, click here

 

Master in International Relations (MIR)

An intensive and multidisciplinary one-year master built on ASERI’s competences in the field of international relations.

- Program type: First Level Specializing Master

- 60 ECTS

- 1 year

- Language of Instruction: English

To discover how to apply, click here

 

Master in Middle Eastern Studies (MIMES)

An innovative program aiming to provide students with a better understanding of the Middle Eastern region, through a multi-disciplinary approach ranging over international relations, history, geopolitics, conflicts and security, economy and energy.

- Program type: First Level Specializing Master

- 60 ECTS

- 1 year

- Language of Instruction: English

To discover how to apply, click here

 

Master in Economics and International Policies (MEPIN)

A joint initiative between ASERI and the University of Lugano aiming at providing students who would like to work in international organizations or companies with multidisciplinary competences but also specific knowledge.

- Program type: Double degree (First Level Specializing Master and Master of Science)

- 120 ECTS

- 2 years

- Language of Instruction: Italian and English

To discover how to apply, click here

 

ASERI’s values:

“We believe in our students because they are the future of the international economies and policies.

We believe dynamic and contemporary training will prepare our young professionals to effectively operate in international organizations and institutions, multinational companies, and NGOs.” Prof. V.E.Parsi




Useful links:

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore  

ASERI

 

Contact Information:

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

ASERI - Alta Scuola di Economia e Relazioni Internazionali

Via San Vittore 18

20123 Milano

Telefono: +39 02 7234 8310

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

edited by Valentina Foscoli

The editorial staff of carriereinternazionali.com is not responsible for the reliability of the information contained in this article. If you want any further information concerning this vacancy, please contact the proposing organization.  

Do you want to start an International Career? If you want to know something more about our association activities visit the website www.internationalcareersfestival.org




Published in Education

Are you interested in international relations and do you dream of a career in this field? Are you looking for a master's degree that will deepen the current economic-political dynamics? Do you want to transform your passions into a global work? The Alta scuola di Economia e Relazioni Internazionali (ASERI) - Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore is for you!

 

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore will take part on 11 and 12 March in the International Careers Fair, if you are interested in knowing the organization do not miss the event and sign up now to discover the scholarship program offered for Italian students!

For more opportunities go to: Education

 

The labor market becomes increasingly demanding and dynamic. The competition increases and the parameters of the required profiles are raised. We need a broad, varied, professional-oriented training that offers food for thought, which opens the mind. ASERI was born with this goal: open your mind!

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore will be one of the protagonists at the International Careers Fair to be held on 11 and 12 March at the Sheraton Parco de' Medici Palace in Rome. The International Careers Fair is the event that gives students the opportunity to meet institutions that offer jobs, internships, training and that will allow participants to take part in recruiting sessions and practical workshops on how to approach the world of work for international careers. Registration for the fair is still open to all for free, to sign up fill out the online form!

Since 1995, ASERI has worked to understand the profound changes that occur in the economic and political context with the onset of globalization. ASERI's students are now executives on five continents and work for international organizations, multinational companies, financial institutions, supranational public administrations and NGOs.

This year more than 100 academics and professionals have joined the ASERI Faculty; 51 professors from eminent Italian universities, 24 international professors visiting from all over the world and 35 experts from companies, organizations and institutions operating globally.

 

Thanks to its expertise and the multidisciplinary essence of its programs, ASERI has welcomed more than 1,250 students so far, from over 80 countries.

Working internationally requires an all-round look at the world, through the development of multi-sector skills and the ability to perceive the multi-dimensionality of each event, national or international. Try to analyze phenomena such as the global economic crisis, the migratory emergency, the Middle Eastern scenario, as well as the issue of water and food security, requires a multidisciplinary approach, ranging from economics to politics, to social aspects just to be able to evaluate them in their complexity.

Opening the mind also means giving a global horizon to one's own training and personal experience. The "added value" of a candidate lies in the international spirit that he has been able to give to his curriculum.

ASERI with its masters offers the opportunity to meet experts, discuss with teachers and exchange views and points of view with students from all over the world, to enrich and enhance their personal knowledge. The multidisciplinarity, characteristic of ASERI Masters, is accompanied by a period of internship, a unique opportunity that allows you to enter the world of work by actually putting what you learned in the theoretical level into practice.

 

How to apply:

Master in Economics and International Policies - deadline for application June 30, 2019

Masters in Middle Eastern Studies - application deadline October 30, 2019

Master in International Relations - deadline for application October 30, 2019

Masters in International Cooperation and Development - application deadline October 30, 2019



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Contact Information:

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

ASERI - Alta Scuola di Economia e Relazioni Internazionali

Via San Vittore 18

20123 Milano

Telefono: +39 02 7234 8310

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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Are you a recent graduate and have a passion for the values of the Declaration of Warsaw? The important international organization Community of Democracies offers amazing internships. Don’t miss this opportunity: apply now!

 

For more opportunities go to International Organizations

 

Organization/Company: Building upon the Warsaw Declaration, the Community of Democracies seeks to support democratic transition and consolidation worldwide and help bridge the gap between principles of democracy and universal human rights and practice by:

- Assisting societies in the development and strengthening of democratic institutions and values

- Identifying, alerting and responding, consistent with the UN Charter and the Warsaw Declaration to threats to democracy so as to assist states to remain on the path to democracy

- Supporting and defending civil society in all countries

- Advancing broad-based participation in democratic governance

- Giving a voice to those working peacefully for democracy in all countries

The Community of Democracies will seek to achieve these goals by: creating a global network of government representatives, members of legislative bodies, civil society and other stakeholders committed to these goals; sharing ideas, advice and best practices; providing opportunities for coordinating democracy support activities; and working towards a common democratic voice in international organizations.

 

Duty Station: Warsaw, Poland

 

Open To: Recent graduated students who meet the requirements

 

Timeframe:

- Spring Cohort: March-June 2018

- Summer Cohort: June-September 2018

- Fall Cohort: September-December

 

Deadline:

- Spring Cohort: 15 February 2018

- Summer Cohort: 1 May 2018

- Fall Cohort: 1 August 2018

 

Job descriptionThe Community of Democracies offers university students and recent graduates the opportunity to spend three to six months working on real projects at the cutting edge of democracy, human rights and diplomacy at the Permanent Secretariat of the Community of Democracies in Warsaw, Poland.

Successful candidates will join a diverse and multicultural team that plans and implements activities linked to transitioning democracies and actors defending their rights. Over the course of the program, interns will be thoroughly engaged with the work of the Community,supporting their experts, helping manage international projects and promoting the values of the Warsaw Declaration.

As a member of the Permanent Secretariat, you can expect to be involved in the following types of tasks:

- Conducting research and analyzing issues associated with democracy and human rights

- Reviewing or editing documents and diplomatic notes

- Contributing to the development of strategic plans, concept notes or project proposals

- Organizing conferences, panel discussions and roundtable discussions with external partners

- Monitoring social media and drafting content for Twitter or Facebook

- Providing input and contributing to the organization’s communication channels

- Attending events on behalf of the Permanent Secretariat

 

Qualifications:

- Be very passionate about the values contained in the Warsaw Declaration and committed to supporting democracy and protecting human rights around the world

- Be a university student or recent graduate with top marks

- Have a demonstrated interest in democracy, diplomacy, international relations, human rights, civil society, gender equality, diversity, women’s rights and politics

- Have a professional fluency in English (additional languages are an advantage)

 

Wage: Unpaid  

 

Application process: To apply for this internship you must send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., write in the subject line “desired Cohort + INTERNSHIP”. In the email you must attach a recent CV without a photo and a one-page letter of motivation

 

Useful links:

Link to the offer

Community of Democracies website

CoD contact page

Warsaw Declaration

 

Contact information:

Aleje Ujazdowskie 41

00-540 Warsaw, Poland

Phone: +48-22-375-90-00

Fax: +48-22-3195628

General Inquiries: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Media Inquiries: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



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