The seventh edition of the Master’s Degree in “Economics and Health Management,” organized by the University
of Swiss Italian, begins this October (60 credits).
The Master, directed by Luca Crivelli and Stepehen Calciolari, is structured into modules organized over a period of 3-4 days and will have a total duration of two years. For 24 months it provides the opportunity to do a paid work experience (1500-1800 euros per month) in a health facility in the canton. Applications must be received by September 1st.
Thursday, February 18, 2010, corresponding to the beginning of the second semester of 2009/2010 academic year, the first course in Economy Ethics and Finance (FA0333, 5 ECTS) will officially begin, held at the Pontifical Salesian University of Rome. Lessons will be held on Thursday afternoons from 15:00 - 17:30.
Professors are: Mons. Mario Toso (Secretary of the Pontifical Commission for Justice and Peace); Prof. Alessandra Smerilli (Professor of Political Economy at the Pontifical Department of Educational Science, "Auxilium" of Rome); Prof. Luigino Bruni (Professor of Political Science at the University of Studies Milano-Bicocca and at Sophia University Institute in Loppiano, Florence); Dr. Antonio Fazio (already Governor of the Bank of Italy and honorary doctorate in Moral and Social Theology at the Pontifical Salesian University of Rome).
Embark in the world of non-profit
Objectives: This specialization is geared towards young graduates who want to prepare themselves to work in the Third Sector and to workers who want to deepen their competence in management of non-profits, particularly social cooperatives, NGOs and associations.
The specialization course hopes to offer specific training with respect to civil economy and the management aspects related to NGOs (administration and management, juridical administration, project development and human resources). Candidates will find themselves in an economic science that incorporates ethical and social values.
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The specialization course in Civil Economics and Non Profit will begin on November 2011
The Specialization Course in Civil Economics and Non Profit will again be offered by the University of Milan Bicocca this year. The director of the said program is Luigino Bruni.
The course will be held from November 2011 until July 2012. A big part of the course will cover studies on the Civil Economy and Communion. Among the resource people are Pierluigi Porta, Stefano Zamagni, Luigino Bruni, Marco Aquini, Giampietro Parolin, Alberto Frassineti and many others. Application can be made online by presenting an admission request. Detailed instructions can be found on the announcement. The deadline of application is on September 15, 2011.
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"Making an attempt at non-profit"
Promoted by the Political Economy Department of the University of Milan-Bicoccaand the Consortium of social cooperatives Sistema Imprese Sociali
"Civil economy and non-profit"
Second level Masters with courses and internship on the EOC, 2008-2009 edition
Promoted by the Political Economy Department of the University of Milan-Bicocca
The Italian Switzerland University promotes the Masters of Advanced Studies in "Economy and management in the health and social sanitation sector" (Second Level).
The course (60 credits in two years, along with a working experience) has an interdisciplinary character and is aimed at both professionals and youth who have already obtained a specialized degree in various spheres (economy, management, medicine, law, engineering) and nurture an interest for the health and social sector. Alongside the Masters are 12 working positions, in active Italian Swiss institutions, based on a biennial contract that provides compensation which covers the expenses of the Masters and living/housing costs.