The newborn Master, taking off in January 2015, is officially the 7th Regional Master’s Programme joining the Global Campus.
On 18 October, in preparation for the launch of the Master on Democratic Governance in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region, the EIUC Secretary General, Prof. Florence Benoît-Rohmer and, the Dean of the Human Rights Village (HRV), Prof. Fabrizio Marrella, met the representatives of all the partner universities of the Mena Master: the University of Cadi Ayyad from Morocco, Carthage University from Tunisia, Birzeit University from Palestine, Saint Joseph University from Lebanon, Ca’ Foscari Venezia University, and of the European Commission which is supporting the project.
The Master’s in Democratic Governance is designed for currently licensed 16 students who want to specialize in the field of human rights and democracy in the MENA Region. Its aim is to mix a theoretical approach with practice-oriented experience.
Students will earn the Master in Democratic Governance in two semesters,the first semester at the EIUC’s premises in Venice and, subsequently, the students will continue their second semester in one of the universities involved with the purpose of undertaking an Internship and drafting their master thesis.