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Overview

I-CONTACT offers solid interdisciplinary and problem-oriented training to students with diverse educational backgrounds who plan to work in the field of international cooperation and development.
Key objectives: to broaden students’ conceptual and analytical abilities; to equip students with academic and professional skills and methodological tools to critically address and tackle evolving economic, political, social, and cultural issues in international cooperation and development; to enable students to manage global development projects in complex, multi-dimensional, and intercultural environments.
Main area of interest: historical and geopolitical dynamics between the EU and Central and Eastern Europe, East Asian countries, and the Euro-Med region.

Build your own future. This is what you can do with this degree.

5 reasons to enrol on the degree programme

A unique programme bringing together human rights and intercultural heritage within the framework of international cooperation

An interdisciplinary and problem-oriented training to manage global development projects in complex, multi-dimensional and intercultural environments

Intensive Workshops on hot topics in collaboration the World Bank, EU Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development, UNESCO

A central focus on evolving economic, political, social and cultural issues and on historical and geopolitical dynamics

The Human Rights Based Approach: cultures are not islands to be safeguarded but doors and bridges to let ideas go and be shared

The course in numbers

  • 89% International students and students not residing in the region

  • 67% Graduates aligned to the exam schedule

  • 36% Graduates with experience abroad

  • 84% Graduates satisfied with their studies

  • 35% Graduates who are working

  • 33% Graduates who are not working but are studying or not looking for work

  • 32% Graduates who are not working but looking for work