Updated: May 17
In this chapter of my #Education I deepen my studies at the University of Padua (Italy) during 2011-2015.
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My thesis: "Role and evolution of humanitarian aid in the Italian Development Cooperation".
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The University of Padua was officially founded in 1222, but its roots date back from the Middle Ages. Thanks to its historical origin and long educational tradition handed down to one generation of professors to another, the University of Padua is considered one of the best in Italy.
In 2015, I graduated from the economic department of the University of Padua with a specialization in International Economics. During my studies, I passed the following exams:
Computer science abilities 3 ECTS*;
Business economics 9 ECTS;
Economy developing countries 9 ECTS;
International economics 9 ECTS;
Principles of private law 9 ECTS;
English 9 ECTS;
Macroeconomics 9 ECTS;
Mathematical methods in economics 9 ECTS;
Microeconomics 9 ECTS;
Statistics 12 ECTS;
Economics and services management 9 ECTS;
Economics and corporate management 9 ECTS;
Principles of public law 9 ECTS;
Marketing 9 ECTS;
Sociology 9 ECTS;
Economic statistics 9 ECTS;
Labor law 9 ECTS;
International political economics 9 ECTS;
Financial science 9 ECTS;
Regional development 9 ECTS.
*European University Credits.
Role and evolution of humanitarian aid in the Italian Development Cooperation
I decided to analyze the role of Italy in the international cooperation programs. I deepened the evolution of humanitarian aid in the Italian Development Cooperation.
Among the many topics discussed, I also mentioned the #MilitaryCorpsOfTheRedCross. The latter is one of the biggest players in the international aid programs as much as the I.R.C.
Inasmuch I belonged to the Military Corps with the rank of Commissioner Lieutenant Junior Grade, it was very important for me to describe its work for developing countries.
You can find my thesis here. It is available only in Italian and if you decide to use some parts of it, please quote me.