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Subject: University of Turin - Master in Public Policy and Social Change (MAPS), 2017-18 edition
We are happy to inform you that the applications to the 2017-18 edition of the Master in Public Policy and Social Change (MAPS) of the Collegio Carlo Alberto and the University of Turin are now open.
MAPS is an advanced programme taught in English at the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin, a real hidden gem of Italy and one of Europe’s most important and dynamic cities, with a vibrant city and nightlife. MAPS is open to students with a second cycle degree or one-long cycle degree programme (http://en.unito.it/studying-unito/courses/masters). In 2017-18 MAPS faculty will feature, among others, Klaus Armingeon (University of Berne), Stefaan De Rynck (European Commission), Margarita Estevez-Abe (Syracuse University & Collegio Carlo Alberto), Manuela Naldini (University of Turin and Collegio Carlo Alberto), Francesco Ramella (University of Turin), Martin Rhodes (University of Denver), Chiara Saraceno (Collegio Carlo Alberto).
MAPS tuition fee is 5,000 €. Tuition waivers and scholarships are available on a competitive basis for those who apply by May 16th, 2017. Afterwards, a rolling application will be kept open.
The leaflet (http://www.carloalberto.org/assets/locandine/maps-volantino.pdf) as well as our web site (www.carloalberto.org/maps) provide information about the programme. We would be grateful if you could help us to advertise MAPS among potential applicants in your institution and throughout your own academic networks. Feel free to contact MAPS secretariat at email@example.com, or the programme coordinator, Dott.ssa Monica Ferrin, at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information. Also, we would kindly ask you to hand the enclosed poster to staff in your institution and see that it gets advertised. We do appreciate your help in this regard.
We thank you in advance for your help.
With best regards,
Collegio Carlo Alberto
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