Masters Programmes

25 January 2021

en Master of LL.M. in Intellectual Property - ed. 2020-21

The Master in Intellectual Property is for participants wanting to acquire the skills needed to play a leading role in intellectual property rights (IPR) practice and teaching through exposure to a comparative, international approach. IP law faces unprecedented challenges. Emerging phenomena such as cloud computing, biotechnological inventions and big data are giving rise to the need to define an optimal interface between law and technology. Similarly, IP law has become a crucial factor in economic, scientific and societal/moral decisions. In view of the above, the Master in IP attracts professionals from the public and private sectors, as well as junior academics wanting to play a leading role in the practice and teaching of IP. The curriculum includes an in-depth examination of the classic topics of IP law, as well as a specialized analysis of the latest developments in the fields of patents, trademarks, domain names, copyright and related rights, design, software and databases, integrated circuits, biotechnological patents and plant varieties, the internet and e-commerce. The diversified profiles and backgrounds of the students and lecturers make the Master a truly international forum for the exchange of knowledge and opinion, and discussion of the ideas inherent in different legal systems.

16 November 2020

en Master in Industrial and Employment Relations (2020/2021)

In a fast-changing environment in which governments and workers' and employers' organizations are having to continually adapt their strategies, a better understanding of contemporary challenges and and trends in industrial and employment relations around the world is becoming a compelling need. The International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITCILO), in partnership with the University of Turin, Italy, is offering a Master in Industrial and Employment Relations (MIER). It includes a distance-learning phase and a residential phase at the ITCILO campus in Turin, followed by a second distance-learning phase for the preparation of the Masters thesis. The Master combines the sound academic background of the University of Turin with the ITCILO's international training experience. The Master aims to develop specialized multidisciplinary knowledge in the field of industrial and employment relations from a comparative viewpoint. It will provide participants with a deep theoretical and practical understanding of industrial and employment relations systems around the world by looking into recent changes and trends in the major economic regions. It will also feature a range of learning situations in which participants can enhance their analytical and problem-solving skills.

20 January 2020

en Master of LL.M. in Intellectual Property (ed. 2019-2020)

The Master in Intellectual Property is designed for participants wanting to acquire the skills required to play a leading role in intellectual property rights (IPR) practice and teaching through exposure to an international and comparative approach. IP law faces unprecedented challenges. Emerging phenomena such as cloud computing, biotechnological inventions and big data give rise to an ongoing need to define an optimal interface between law and technology. Similarly, IP law has become a crucial factor in economic, scientific and societal/moral decisions. In view of the above, the Master in IP attracts professionals from the public and private sectors, as well as junior academics who wish to acquire the skills required to play a leading role in the practice and teaching of IP. The curriculum includes an in-depth examination of the classic topics of IP law, as well as a specialized analysis of the latest developments in the fields of patents, trademarks, domain names, copyright and related rights, design, software and databases, integrated circuits, biotechnological patents and plant varieties, the internet and e-commerce. The diversified profiles and backgrounds of the students and lecturers make the Master a truly international forum for exchange of knowledge and opinion, and discussion of the ideas inherent in various legal systems.

28 October 2019

en Master of laws in international trade law (ed. 2019-2020)

This programme aims to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the main legal issues in international trade law, contract law and contract drafting. In addition, it explores key legal issues in contract formulation, pre-contractual agreements, letters of intent and e-commerce. It analyses the main provisions of specialized contractual agreements, for example in the case of technology licence agreements, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property rights, trademarks and patents, state contracts, construction and engineering contracts, as well as related modes of payment and dispute-resolution mechanisms.

14 October 2019

fr Master - Gouvernance et Management des Marchés Publics en Appui au Développement Durable

C'est un programme de Master hybride et fait-sur-mesure pour des professionnels actifs dans le domaine des marchés publics qui cherchent à se spécialiser sur le sujet et à obtenir une certification reconnue internationalement, de qualité et octroyée par des institutions d'excellente réputation. 

 

29 October 2018

en Master in International Trade Law 2019

Distance Learning starting date

15 October 2018

en Master Management of Development (OLD)

The International Training Centre of the ILO (the Centre), under the auspices of its Turin School of Development and in partnership with the University of Turin, offers this Master in Management of Development. The Master is an intensive blended learning programme with three successive phases: internet-based distance learning, interactive classroom attendance, and practical research work. This Master programme, conducted in English, is in its 18th edition and has been successfully completed by approximately 540 students from more than 80 countries worldwide.

28 May 2018

en Master of Laws in Intellectual Property (Ed. 2018-2019)

The Master of Laws in Intellectual Property is designed for participants to acquire the skills needed to play a leading role in intellectual property rights (IPR) practice and teaching through exposure to an international and comparative approach. IP law faces unprecedented challenges. Evolving issues like cloud computing and biotechnological inventions, big data and traditional knowledge raise questions related to the continuous need to define an optimal interface between law and technology. Similarly, IP law has become a crucial factor in economic, scientific and societal/moral decisions. In view of the above, the LL.M. in IP attracts professionals from the public and private sectors as well as junior academics who wish to acquire the skills required to play a leading role in the practice and teaching of IP through exposure to a well-tested international and comparative law approach. The curriculum aims to provide an in-depth examination of the classic topics of IP law as well as a specialized analysis of the latest developments in the fields of patents, trademarks, domain names, copyright and related rights, design, software and databases, integrated circuits, biotechnological patents and plant varieties, the internet and e-commerce. The diversified profile and backgrounds of the students and lecturers make the LL.M. a truly international forum for discussion and exchange of knowledge, opinions and ideas that are entrenched in various legal systems. Suggested reference materials are posted on the website of the LL.M. at www.turin-ip.com.

9 October 2017

en 2017-18 Master in Public Procurement Management for Sustainable Development

This programme is unique in its comprehensive coverage of the four pillars needed for effective operation of national public procurement systems as defined by the OECD. The learning content is multidisciplinary, ranging from international legal obligations to economic theory foundations of PP. New and evolving topics in public procurement are also explored: sustainable procurement, e-procurement and public-private partnerships. Emphasis is placed on practical work and case studies related to planning, market research functions as well as in managing the overall spectrum of tendering and contract management activities. This master incorporates a module on soft skills designed to enhance participants' interpersonal skills, especially in contract negotiations and conflict resolution. Professional codes of conduct are explored as well as systems for prevention and detection of fraud/corruption.

24 October 2016

en 2016-17 Master in Public Procurement Management for Sustainable Development

This programme is unique in its comprehensive coverage of the four pillars needed for effective operation of national public procurement systems as defined by the OECD. The learning content is multidisciplinary, ranging from international legal obligations to economic theory foundations of PP. New and evolving topics in public procurement are also explored: sustainable procurement, e-procurement and public-private partnerships. Emphasis is placed on practical work and case studies related to planning, market research functions as well as managing the overall spectrum of tendering and contract management activities. This master incorporates a module on soft skills designed to enhance participants' interpersonal skills especially in contract negotiations and conflict resolution. Professional codes of conduct are explored as well as systems for prevention and detection of fraud/corruption.