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LUISS Guido Carli

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Master in Administration and Regional Government

Second-level master's degree

The Master in Territory Administration and Government, organized jointly by LUISS School of Government and the Luiss  Research Center of Public Administration “Vittorio Bachelet” , has the aim to provide an advanced and updated knowledge for those  who want to embark a professional and management path in local government and territory administration.

Through this Master who has already been working in administration field, will increase management competencies and will learn to use the tools to create relationships with the others public and private actors that operate on the territory, moreover the course ensures the opportunity to combine theoretical learning with acquisition of operational skills sharing experiences with those who  covers already  leadership and managerial roles.

The Master, now in its fifth edition, until academic year 2015/16 has been organized jointly by the Department of Staff Policy of Civil Administration and Capital and Financial Resources of Minister of the Interior, and with the National Association of Municipal and Provincial  Secretaries – Territorial and Internal Affairs Department of the Ministry of the Interior.

The study iter, strongly professionalizing thanks to a faculty composed also by professionals, operators and particular training devices such as group work, and cases to be analyzed.

The course is directly addressed to:

  • Young graduates that want to deal with prefectural career and public leadership.
  • Directors and officers of local government
  • Local administrators
  • Directors and officers of state administration
  • Professionals and consultants

The Master is led by:

Gian Candido De Martin, Emeritus of public law at LUISS Guido Carli.

Vincenzo Antonelli, Professor of administrative law at LUISS Guido Carli.

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