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Master in International Development
The Master’s degree in international development at PSIA offers an innovative training in international development based on a renewed approach to sustainable economic growth and political practices. PSIA is launching a new program to train the next generation of development specialists, which builds on the profound transformation of the development discussion.
Laurence Tubiana is the Scientific Advisor of the PSIA Master in International Development. She is also the founder and director of the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) in Paris. Laurence Tubiana follows and participates in the international negotiations on climate change, in which IDDRI is highly involved. She is also professor and director of the Sustainable Development Center at Sciences Po Paris, and recently set up the new direction of Global Publics Goods of the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. Laurence Tubiana is member of several scientific boards of main research institutions such as the French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD), the India Council for Sustainable Development and the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development. From 1997 to 2002, she served as senior advisor to the Prime Minister, Lionel Jospin, on environmental issues and conducted a number of international negotiations on this subject.
The curriculum builds up on a strong intellectual background in development studies favouring critical postures using academic analysis and practitioners’ experience of global governance and the multifaceted question of sustainability. It combines it with intensive training in finance, economics, public policy, at the global to local level, project design, management and evaluation.
It provides an introduction to multiple actors (from public agencies to NGO’s and private foundations) and to multiple instruments (from traditional official development aid to markets mechanisms and innovative finance) and generates both analytical and practical skills that our students will use to implement the next generation of development policies and practices. A special focus is put on acquiring essential skills in policy and project design and evaluation, finance accounting and applied economics, management and planning methods.
The students will have the opportunity to choose a comprehensive set of courses in specific areas like agriculture, health, urban issues and gender, and will be able to specialize in a regional area to understand specific historical and geographical context.
Graduates will find openings in the private sector (profit and non profit). They will work as project manager, consultants (auditing) and in the innovation sector for applied research projects as project designer and managers. In public agencies, national, regional, and local governments, as well as international organizations and agencies, MID graduate will work on the formulation, management and auditing of public policies and projects.
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Scientific Advisor: Laurence Tubiana
Academic Advisor: Hélène Thiollet
Office hours by appointment: Monday 15h/17h Wednesday 10h/13h Friday 10h/13h
Academic Assistant: Michelle N'Cho
Secretariat open Monday/Tuesday/Thursday 9h30-12h45 14h15-16h45. Wednesday/Friday 9h30-12h45