The Master of Arts in Intercultural Conflict Management (MA-ICM) was created as a program of studies strongly oriented toward practical applications. It is a non-consecutive, Master’s level program, designed according to recognised higher-education criteria. The programme complies with the requirements of the Bologna Declaration and subsequent communiqués.
The Master’s program represents a transdisciplinary and practice-oriented curriculum which commingles a multi-dimensional theoretical and methodological approach to social conflict with a strong focus on participatory practical social action. Thus, the program capacitates students for managing real-world social conflicts in transnational and intercultural contexts, so that students can carry out their own specific focus in a broader field of work opportunities, including NGOs, governments and international organizations.