‘Do you really want to work in the NGOs’?
International Cooperation, Euro-Project Management and Local Development.
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Social Change School Master Programmes
The international Master Programmes are the result of “side by side” cooperation with NGOs and are supported by the most important networks of professionals in Europe.
Social Change School incorporates a “blended formula” didactic model by combining e-learning (which makes it sustainable for those already working), in-class meetings and field experiences, didactic challenges and practical tools. The formula is highly relational and favors networking both within the school (with staff and lecturers) and in the sector (with Non Profit Professionals).
For all these reasons our approach cannot be compared to the traditional academic approach, which often does not address the needs of those going on the field by providing the right practical competences.
The International Masters of Social Change School have been officially recognized by the Third Sector, they are accredited and supported by Euclid Network – The European network of Non Profit Managers, in collaboration with ASSIF – l’Associazione Italiana Fundraiser. The Master Programme is open to all individuals with no consideration for previous educational background. Our lecturers and trainers are professionals from some of the most important organizations in the Third Sector.
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The Training Process
The success of our learning method is due to a combination of high standards in the quality of contents with an effective training process, which aims at transferring competences, while always keeping an eye on the needs of the professional market.
Among the key Processes and Services developed by the Social Change School in collaboration with International NGOs over the last 20 years, we can highlight: