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International University in Rome

Link Campus University

Koblenz - Nov 2012 Tempus Tacis INARM


by Dr. Prof. Alessandro Figus

Autonomy of University

The autonomy of Universities has been ratified by the Constitution (art.33, in 1948) The concept of autonomy entered the Italian University system in 1989, by the Statutes

Autonomy elements
STANDARDS FINANCING CREDITS RESEARCH
Defined and specified standard production costs

Increase of the paid university taxes, new funding system, co-financing

Defined and specified training curricula (classes)

New research project evaluation (anonymous referees)

State Control
Autonomy of Universities State quality control Limits to autonomy
Competitiveness among the different branches of Italian university

Competitiveness must be bound to quality

Assessment of output and outcomes determines distribution of funds

Control State Authorities

Observatory for Assessment of University System (until 1999) National Committee for Assessment of University System (CNVSU, from 2000)

MISSION & HISTORY


"Preparing students from around the world to serve internationally" LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITYs goal is to foster an effective academic programme and a supportive environment for the development of the students maximum potential. To achieve its mission, The LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY concentrates its preparation in the following areas: Academic learning/research Professional training Social preparation on the local and international levels Team building and cooperative awareness
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ACADEMIC LEARNING/RESEARCH
The LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY stresses academic excellence. Its programmes emphasize the importance of thinking clearly and analytically, and exercising critical judgement. The curricula have been carefully designed to enable students to acquire breadth of knowledge and depth of understanding emphasizing learning which is relevant to daily life and provides the foundation for successful living. The administration and faculty of LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY are committed both to excellent classroom teaching and to sound scholarship. Faculty members participate in international meetings, present papers, publish in academic and society centred journals, and conduct the necessary research for involvement in these scholarly activities.
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PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY provides excellent training to allow students the opportunity to develop necessary practical skills as they pursue goals consistent with individual career plans and interests. LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY believes that cognitive knowledge only about Business Administration, Diplomatic and Strategic Studies, or Liberal Arts, on either the undergraduate or graduate level severely handicaps the students ability to compete in his/her career. Therefore, an important foundation for LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITYs professional training is its relevance to real-world situations.

SOCIAL PREPARATION ON THE LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVELS


In order to assure a strong professional aspect of the curriculum, LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY selects textbooks with a global perspective, utilizes case studies and simulations, invites politicians and business leaders to consult with students, and selects faculty which bring both academic and hands-on knowledge to their classes. Time and again throughout their study programme, LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY students will act as decision makers, analysts, financial forecasters, and global leaders.

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TEAM BUILDING AND COOPERATIVE AWARENESS


While being exposed to many cultural beliefs as a LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY student, the scholar also comes to understand the important role of an international diverse campus in the art, music, history, and politics of the Western world. International values are emphasized, which include: ethical and honest behaviour, ethical business practices, acceptance of others, a world view emphasizing helping the less fortunate, philanthropy, contributing to peace and conflict resolution, and protecting ones health and mental acuteness, as well as the environment. The graduate leaves having been exposed to a system of values vital to a rich personal life and to coping with the complexities of modern society. A degree from The LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY is an important academic achievement, signifying that the graduate has undergone a rigorous academic education.
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Upon graduation, students will be able to:

Speak, write and communicate effectively in English as a world language, as a result of clear thinking and extensive reading, writing, interaction and observation. Understand the importance of evaluative thinking, statistical analysis, and possess the skills to research, report and compose scientific presentations based on a hypothesis and under girded by proper citations and bibliographic entries. Engage in meaningful and productive careers and/or pursue additional education. Be responsible stewards of their personal resources and own human resources. Base their lives on their own carefully thought-out philosophy of life, which includes respect and concern for others.
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LINK CAMPUS ACHIEVEMENTS


The International University (LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY) is a foreign university based on the European system of university education, providing a globalized perspective in its curriculum. LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY prepares students to find innovative solutions to the complex problems of the 21st century, and to achieve their maximum potential. Under the direction of Prof. Enzo Scotti, Founding President of Link Campus a similar goal of preparation was sought for the previous decade. In the years following 2006, significant growth and metamorphosis occurred in transforming LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY to its current status as a well-known institution offering degrees on the undergraduate and graduate levels.
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LINK CAMPUS ACHIEVEMENTS


LINK CAMPUS was chartered in Italy as a private degreegranting institution on the university level. LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITYs programmes in Business Administration and Diplomatic Studies are patterned on the European ECTS educational system which is respected throughout the world and is based on the tradition of European Higher Education. In the unique international setting of LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY-Rome, the educational approach is globalized and provides preparation in several areas.

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ACADEMIC STUDIES
The academic studies form the major basis for the other areas of preparation and development and are comprised of three sub-categories:
1. 2. 3.

General Education requirements; Courses in the students chosen Major area of studies; Supporting Elective courses for a well-rounded education. The academic programmes offered by LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY are directed toward professional preparation in the areas of international business and diplomatic studies. They aim at producing graduates who are equipped for the global marketplace and political arena of the 21st century. The major courses at LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY help the student to make a living; the general education courses help the student to make a life!
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LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY ADVANTAGES


International Curriculum Holistic Education Global Career Opportunities Cross-cultural Competency Personal Attention Transfer Credit Policy International Ties Further Education
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INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUM
Among our faculty are top international business managers, professional educators, politicians, community leaders, diplomats, and UN representatives who bring to the classroom a wealth of practical and educational experience. LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITYs curriculum is globalized and regularly updated to remain current with the latest trends and perspectives.

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HOLISTIC EDUCATION
LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITYs goal of academic, ethical, professional, social, and spiritual development, as focused in the mission statement of LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY, provides for the education of the whole person.

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GLOBAL CAREER OPPORTUNITIES


LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY graduates hold an impressive array of positions at multi-national firms, NGOs and other international organizations throughout the world. LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY assists students in locating career opportunities.

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CROSS CULTURAL COMPETENCY

This important focus of LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITYs programmes is achieved through its learning environment comprised of both professors and students from around the globe.

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PERSONAL ATTENTION
LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITYs optimal student:professor ratio allows close interaction with professors who take a personal interest in each students success. The caring LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY faculty and staff foster a supportive learning environment.

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TRANSFER CREDIT POLICY


LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITYs European transfer credit policy assures students the benefit of the studies they have already completed en route to their desired degrees.

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INTERNATIONAL TIES
LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY is a member of a consort LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY of universities and hosts visiting professors and student groups. Through LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITYs cooperative arrangements, LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY students have the opportunity to study-abroad and transfer their credits back to LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY

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FURTHER EDUCATION
LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY students will have the possibility of transferring their credits, having their diplomas recognized, accepted, and would have excelled, and/or graduated from many U.S. and European institutions. This is particularly important for those candidates who wish to enrol for stand alone modules which they can they transform in graduate or undergraduate degrees. Therefore students can take different modules which are delivered during the weekend or in the evenings and build on their own time an officially recognised European Degree.

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Our students receive an education that makes their world smaller by increasing their understanding, while at the same time makes their world larger, by opening challenges and opportunities to them through our unique international curriculum. We believe students can change the world. They embrace that potential at LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY!

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BACHELOR OF ARTS
(Undergraduate Programmes)

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

Bachelor of Arts in International Management Bachelor of Arts in Communications Management Bachelor of Arts in International Legal Affairs Bachelor of Arts in International Studies Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts

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Course Details BA Programmes


Credits: 180 ECTS Credits Duration: 3 years (6 semesters, of which one can be spent abroad) Attendance: Obligatory, at least 80% of each module Admissions Requirements: High School Diploma (Italian or other) recognized by the University of Malta;

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Study Programme: Bachelor of Arts in International Management


Year 1
Business Administration 1 Business Administration 2 Introduction to Legal Studies Introduction to Economics Quantitative Business Methods International Private Law Information Technology English Language 1 Second Language

Year 2
Financial Accounting Corporate Management Financial Mathematics Economic Policy Planning & Control Statistics Commercial Law Human Resource Management English Language 2 Fiscal Law

Year 3

Corporate Organisation & Strategy Economics of Financial Intermediaries Labour Law International Economics Corporate Finance

Work Experience Long Essay

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Study Programme: Bachelor of Arts in Communications Management


Year 1
Business Administration Quantitative Methods History of Mass Communications Elements of Writing Information Technology Contemporary History Skills English Language 1 Second Language 1

Year 2
Principles of Marketing Journalese: Theory & Techniques Narration & Semiotics Corporate Communications Radio & TV: Theory & Techniques The New Media Skills English Language 2 Second Language 2

Year 3
Cinema: History & Techniques Advertising & Communications Management of Media Companies Theatre: History & Techniques Sociology & Communications European Law & the Media Sector Skills

Work Experience Long Essay

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Study Programme: Bachelor of Arts in International Legal Affairs


Year 1
History of Roman Law History of Italian Law Philosophy & the Law Private Law Introduction to Economics Introduction to Legal Studies Common Law 1 English Language Information Technology

Year 2
History of State/Church Relations International Law European Union Law Commercial Law Comparative Legal Systems Constitutional Law Common Law 2

Year 3
Advanced Private Law Labour Law History of Modern and Contemporary Law Theories of Law Criminal Law Common Law 3 Elective Module

Work Experience Long Essay

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Study Programme: Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration


Year 1
Public Law Sociology Quantitative Methods Private Law Introduction to Economics Contemporary History English Language 1 Second Language

Year 2
Information Technology Administrative Law Public management Administration Science History of Public Administration Economic Policy Occupational Psychology English Language 2

Year 3
Economics & Labour: A Sociological Aspect Management of Public and International Organisations Comparative Public Law European Union Law International Law Elective Module

Long Essay Work Experience

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Study Programme: Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts


Year 1
The Origins of Voice Devised Performance 1 Scenic Art 1 Singing 1 Dancing 1 Diction 1 Dramaturgy from classics to Renaissance Verse & Prose 1 Training Acrobatics Acting in Italian History of Music Acting in English 1 Voice 1 Musical Theory English Language

Year 2
Dramaturgic analysis of text Scenic Art 2 Singing 2 Devised Performance 2 Dancing 2 Dramaturgy from Baroque to Romanticism Corporal expression Introduction to history and critics of cinema Fencing Acting in English 2 Theatrical acting Verse & Prose 2 Dramatic reading Voice 2 Language and symbols Diction 2

Year 3
Comedy of art History of entertainment Scenic art 3 Singing 3 Aesthetics Verse & Prose 3 Narration techniques Acting in English 3 Media legislation and the media sector in EU Final performance Long essay Stage

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MASTER OF ARTS
(Two-Year Programmes)

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

Master of Arts in International Management Master of Arts in Cross-Media Communications & Management Master of Arts in Journalism Studies Master of Arts in International Legal Affairs Master of Arts in International Studies Master of Arts in Diplomatic Studies Master of Arts in Urban & Environmental Planning

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Course Details MA Programmes


Credits: 120 ECTS Credits Duration: 2 years (4 semesters, of which one can be spent abroad), obligatory industrial placement (stage) and final dissertation Attendance: Obligatory, at least 80% of each module Admissions Requirements: Bachelor of Arts Degree, or a qualification of comparable standard from a University recognized by the University of Malta;

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Study Programme: Master of Arts in International Management


Year 1
Business Administration Models of Governance Entrepreneurship & Corporate Planning Corporate Crisis Management & the Law Decision Analysis History of International Economics Relations Marketing Data mining & security Marketing & the Law Competition Law Regulation & the Marketplace Marketing Research Financial Reporting & Economic Reporting Corporate Social Responsability
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Year 2
Transactions & Corporate Agreements Fiscal & Financial Policy Fiscal Planning Fiscal Policy & Corporate Restructuring International Tributary Law Transfer Pricing: Theory & Practice Advanced International Finance Corporate Evaluation Elective Module

Stage Final Dissertation

Study Programme: Master of Arts in Cross-Media Communications & Management


Year 1
Cross-Media Communications Interactive Entertainment & Info Tech

Year 2
Statistics & Media Surveys Online Communications & Community Management

Management of Creativity & Emotional Cross-Media Marketing & Advertising Competencies Audiovisual Narratives, Neo-TV (IP & Mobile): Management & Production of Cross-Media Theories & Techniques Events Game Design The Media Sector & Journalese Editing & Cross-Medial Content Project Management

Stage Final Dissertation

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Study Programme: Master of Arts in Journalism Studies


Year 1
Introduction to Journalism Statistics & Media Surveys Language & Writing in Journalism 1 Editorial Activities: Theories & Techniques 1 Graphics & Design Public Opinion Geopolitics & Globalisation

Year 2
Editorial Activities: Theories & Techniques 2 Language & Writing in Journalism 2 Public & Instituitional Communications Management of Media Institutions Integrated Communications Stage

Final Dissertation

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Study Programme: Master of Arts in International Legal Affairs


Year 1
Tributary Law Criminal Procedures Civil Procedures Administrative Law Advanced Commercial Law Common Law

Year 2
Advanced Criminal Law Administrative Procedures Common Law

Stage Final Dissertation

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Study Programme: Master of Arts in Diplomatic Studies


Year 1
International History International Law International Economics Cultural & Comunicative Processes Decision Theories International Security Studies European Studies Internet Security

Year 2
International Relations Diplomacy: Theory & Practice English or French Public Speaking Religious & Ethical Foundations of International Relations Research Methodology Second Language: French

Stage Final Dissertation

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Study Programme: Master of Arts in International Studies


Year 1
Peace & War in the Modern World International Organisation. The UN System Decision Theories Administrative Law International Law Communications & Cultural Sociology Economic & Policy Geography History of Modern Europe Developmental Economics Law of Trans-national Relations European Political Systems Web Security

Year 2
Religious & ethical foundation of international relations International Relations (advanced course) International Justice & Human Rights International Terrorism Trans-national & Organised Crime Solution & mediation of international conflicts and controversies EU institutions in the international system Elective module Second Language (Spanish)

Stage Final Dissertation

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Study Programme: Master of Arts in Urban & Environmental Planning


Year 1
Analysis & Management of Urban Policy in relation to the migratory flows: impacts on the city Urban riqualification of degraded areas: the role of integration and development of a multi-ethnic city Sustainable Development & Economics Human Rights & International Law & Institutions Environmental Psychology Ethnic & Religious Conflicts: a sociological aspect Ethnic & Urban Aesthetics Sociology of Ethnic & Cultural phenomena Urban & Territorial Policies Statistics & Surveys

Year 2
Urban Planning for an Inter-Ethnic Society Globalisation & Environmental Economic Policies Management & Planning: Urban & intercultural sustainability Cultural Anthropology Sociology of change, territorial & social issues Ethnic characteristics & Urban Planning Economic Evaluation of Urban Planning Second Language (English/French)

Stage (Field Work) Final Dissertation


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Field Work: Stategic Planning

REMOTE CENTRES LCUM

Catania
BA BA BA BA IM CM IL IS

Naples
BA IM BA PA

L2L USERS

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MASTER OF ARTS
(1 Year Programme)

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

Master in Business Administration Master of Arts in Intelligence & Security Master of Arts in Complex Organisations Master of Arts in International Legal Affairs Master of Arts in Tax Planning & Financial Strategies Master of Arts in Urban & Environmental Planning Master of Arts in Cultural Tourism

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Master in Business Administration


Credits: 60 ECTS Credits Duration: 1500 hours of which 636 in-class hours Attendance: Obligatory, at least 80% of each module End-users: the MBA is a professional degree designed for people who require formalized training across business disciplines to capitalize on one more specific area of business Admissions Requirements: Bachelor Honours Degree with at least second Class Honours; Equivalent Academic Qualificatios from University or Istitute recognized by UoM; Ordinary Bachelor degree; Relevant professional qualifications or work experience of not less than 4 years Previous area of study: Any

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Study Programme
Master in Business Administration
CORE COURSES

ELECTIVES COURSES (4)


Introduction to Quantitative Methods Principles of Economics Introduction to Accounting Business English Accounting & Finance Business Economics Corporate Communication Organisational Behaviour Human Resources Management Management Information System Project Management Financial Management Operations Management Marketing Strategic Management

International Marketing Entrepreneurial Finance International Trade International Finance Management for Success Public Sector Management Mergers and Acquisitions Entrepreneurship / Small Business Management Doing Business in the European Union e-Commerce Services Marketing Knowledge economy and international Entrepreneurship

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Master of Arts in Intelligence & Security


Credits: 75 ECTS Credits Duration: 1500 hours of which 544 contact hours Attendance: Obligatory, at least 80% of contact hours End-users: Public Sector: Armed Forces, Police, Home Office, Cabinet, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Defence, Economy, Parliament; Operators in the private sectors with a particular focus on infrastructure: energy, transport, telecommunications, finance, import-export; Geopolitical, geoeconomia and global strategy analysts; Mass-media experts; Private security agencies; University and scientific researchers Admission Requirements: 4 year degree or higher degree or foreign degree considered equivalent by the UoM Previous area of study: Any Other information: Participants may also request admission to individual modules. In such cases, participants who successfully complete assessment in a study module will be awarded the credits attributed for that module

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Study Programme
Master of Arts in Intelligence & Security
Area 1 INTELLIGENCE & COUNTINTELLIGENCE Area 2 GEOPOLITICS & GEOECONOMICS Area 3 METHODOLOGICAL ANALYSIS Area 4 ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL SECURITY THREATS Area 5 COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE, PRIVATE INTELLIGENCE & CORPORATE SECURITY
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Master of Arts in Complex Organisations


Credits: 75 ECTS Credits Duration: 1500 hours of which 362 contact hours Attendance: Obligatory, at least 80% of contact hours End-users: Participants who have already obtained considerable knowledge at university in fields related to the topics that will be discussed during the Master, as well as to make participation possible for young people who already hold management positions in public, private and non-profit organisations and who wish to expand their knowledge by adding advanced operative theory to their already-acquired seasoned and consistent work experience. The target participants for the proposed Master are top public-sector employees and middle to top management personnel in the tertiary sector. Participants will be introduced to the main problems facing complex organisations today, in addition to the most common dynamics that an organisation with a large number of employees can expect, especially when working at a trans-national level. Assigning of roles or responsibilities, definition of roles and work programmes, management changes in an ever-evolving environment, both from an economic and social standpoint. Admission Requirements: 4 year degree or higher degree or foreign degree considered equivalent by the UoM Previous area of study: Any
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Study Programme
Master of Arts in Complex Organisations
Area in transition - COMPLEXITY and GOVERNANCE
Introduction group work

Area 1 - THE COMPLEX CONTEXT IN WHICH ORGANISATIONS OPERATE

Defining traits and implications of complexity Organisational systems and the external environment (economical, social, political; local/global) Governance of organisational systems in complex contexts

Area 2 - THE STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT OF ORGANISATIONAL ACTIVITIES


Strategic and Operational programming Organisational theory and models Implementation and management of operating systems Assessment and follow-up

Area 3 - MANAGERIAL PROCESS SKILLS


Decision-making process Management of human resources within the Organisation Leadership and negotiations

Area 4 - ORGANISATION OF PUBLIC POLICY


Development of multilevel public policy Definition of operative programmes Implementation & Evaluation
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Master of Arts in International Legal Affairs


Credits: 75 ECTS Credits Duration: 1500 hours of which 544 contact hours Attendance: Obligatory, at least 80% of contact hours End-users: the programme is aimed at persons operative in the legal profession, trainee legal operators, law students, public sector officers and graduates interested in understanding the legal profession with a particular focus on legal procedures and the principle European legal systems. On completion of the programme, participants will have those skills necessary to operate effectively at an international or European level. Participants will include international legal consultants or experts and legal advisors of commercial enterprises, operators in the fields of human rights at a local or international level who wish to advance their knowledge and professional skills with an international and European focus. The programme concentrates on the issues of human rights and international organisations and aid in those areas in which violation of such rights prevail. Admission Requirements : 4 year degree or higher degree or foreign degree considered equivalent by the UoM Previous area of study: Any Other information: Participants may also request admission to individual modules In such cases, participants who successfully complete assessment in a study module will be awarded the credits attributed for that module

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Study Programme
Master of Arts in International Legal Affairs
UNIT 1 - ADVOCACY (320 hours)

The Elements of EC Law Community Procedural Law Comparative Community Procedural Law International Criminal Procedure Comparative Criminal Procedure System: Italian, British, Spanish

UNIT 2 - INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTS (128 hours)


EC Company Comparative Law; International Contract Law Comparative Commercial Law EC Financial Law Fiscality in International Trasnsaction

UNIT 3 - HUMAN RIGHTS (96 hours)

Protection of Human Rights & the rule of law

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Master of Arts in Tax Planning & Financial Strategies


Credits: 75 ECTS Credits Duration: 1500 hours of which 432 contact hours Attendance: Obligatory, at least 80% of contact hours End-users: this MA programme is aimed at operators in banking and finance sectors with a particular focus on financial instruments and the banking sector. The programme aims at giving the participant an overview of the international markets and advanced financial instruments for those persons intending to operating both in the professional and corporate sectors at an international level. Admission Requirements: 4 year degree or higher degree or foreign degree considered equivalent by the UoM Previous area of study: Any

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Study Programme
Master of Arts in Tax Planning & Financial Strategies
PART 1

PART 2

International Law EU Law Law & Society International Fiscal Law Business Administration Corporate Finance Economics and International Corporate Management International Contact Law Advanced Financial Mathematical Instruments

International and EU Fiscal Law the instruments Theory & Practice of International tax planning Economic and Financial Dynamics of Corporate Re-structuring Strategic Tax Planning Personal Tax Planning International Dynamics of Tax Evasion Theory & Practice of transfer pricing Tax Planning and inheritance Direct and indirect taxation

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Master of Arts in Urban & Environmental Planning


Credits: 75 ECTS credits Duration: 1500 hours of which 420 contact hours Attendance: Obligatory, at least 80 % of contact hours End-users: Public employees of the Home Office an local authorities involved in migratory and refugee issues and humanitarian aid; Operators in local public administration involved with issues involving multicultural integration and the transformation of urban and social structures; Experts of ONG and international organisations involved in migratory issues and their effects on the territory; Persons involved in security, social policy and urban studies. Admission Requirements : 4 year degree or higher degree or foreign degree considered equivalent by the UoM Previous area of study: Any

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Study Programme
Master of Arts in Urban & Environmental Planning
MODULES

Analysis and management of urban policy in relation to migratory flow and its impact on the both the city and organisation of the territory Theory of Development Economics, Sustainable Development and Co-operation Issues Environmental Psychology, Cultural Anthropology, Human Development and Ethnodevelopmental Studies Sociology of religion and History of Ethnic and religious Conflict Sustainable Development and participation in Intercultural urban development Redevelopment of degraded Urban territory, Territorial integration and reorganisation in a multicultural urban context International Human Rights, EU Law and Regulations of International Organisations Project financing, statistical analysis of data and Information Technology applied to project management Sociology of change, Territory and Social issues, Development and Peace studies A Mediterranean identity for the interpretation of society, the environment, ethno-urban aesthetics and the planning of intercultural projects Welfare and governance for the inter-ethnic city urban areas Techinques fo the evaluation of urban planning projects Foreign language

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Master of Arts in Cultural Tourism


Credits: 75 ECTS credits Duration: 1500 hours, of which 640 contact hours Attendance: Obligatory, at least 80 % of contact hours End-users: Operators and managers intending to acquire competency in the field of cultural and tourism development in the Euromediterranean region. The target is therefore public and private sector experts operative in the fields of territorial planning, cultural heritage management, tourism and environmental studies. Admission Requirements: 4 year degree or higher degree or foreign degree considered equivalent by the UoM Previous area of study: Any

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Study Programme
Master of Arts in Cultural Tourism
module 1
CULTURAL HERITAGE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AREA

module 2
CULTURAL TOURISM IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AREA

module 3
ECONOMY AND MANAGEMENT FOR TOURISM-CULTURE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

module 4
GOVERNANCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF A CULTURE-DRIVEN TERRITORY

module 5
TOURIST-CULTURE SYSTEM MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION

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