Application process and fees
Deadline for candidates without Italian Bachelor Degree is on 13 June 2019 Deadline for candidates with an Italian Bachelor Degree is on 15 September 2019
Interested candidates should duly complete the APPLICATION FORM and submit it on-line.
Each applicant will be required to share their project idea before the starting date of the course.
The deadline to receive applications from candidates with a no Italian Bachelor Degree is on 13 June 2019; the deadline for candidates with an Italian Bachelor is on 15 September 2019. Applicants are welcome from women and men.
Who is it for? (professional profile and occupational sectors)
This Master in Social Innovation for Development is intended for young graduates, practitioners and policy makers directly involved in the social business sector, young social innovators and social entrepreneurs.
Essential requirements for admission are to hold a first university degree (minimum 3 years or 180 ETCS) and to be fluent in English.
Please note that your application can only be considered if it is accompanied by the set of required documents. The Supporting Documents required in the application form are:
- Motivation letter (how will the programme help you in your future/current career)
- University degree
- Academic Transcripts, specifying the results of the examinations
- Certificates or other evidence testifying English language knowledge
- Attendance certificates of specialization/internship programmes, if applicable
- Written request for a partial fellowship, if applicable.
Additional documents will be requested before starting the face-to-face period.
Tuition fees and scholarships
The tuition fee for the 2019-20 edition of the Master is 8500 Euro.
A number of partial scholarships may become available on a competitive basis. Criteria for awarding scholarships include professional profile and its relevance to the course, capacity to implement the proposed project and personal financial situation. Preference will be given to applicants for scholarships from low income countries.
Meals are excluded and should be paid directly by students, who are invited to find their own accommodation arrangements in Turin.
The payment, cancellation and refunds policy of the ITCILO can be consulted on the website: