Pontifical Faculty of Educational Sciences Auxilium
cultivating teaching talent
Planning and Management of School and Training Services
PresentationBack to top
The Master's Degree or Licentiate course in Planning and Management of School and Training Services trains coordinators and leaders of schools of every type and level as well as vocational training centres. It enables graduates to coordinate and manage centres for the promotion and training of women and for adult education in settings with specific training needs.
Learning outcomesBack to top
At the end of the course of study, graduates must demonstrate:
- to have acquired specialist knowledge and skills in educational science;
- an ability for planning education and training in schools, in vocational training centres and in adult education;
- the capacity to coordinate, organise and manage school services, vocational training and the training of adults, including through the internship;
- the capacity to develop educational projects, networking with other institutions and focusing specific attention on issues arising from different multicultural contexts, the education of women, and the prevention of early withdrawal from school;
- to have acquired the necessary communication and interpersonal skills for running and coordinating educational and training activities;
- to have developed skills for researching and assessing the quality of education and training;
- to know and use a foreign language correctly.
Career opportunitiesBack to top
At the end of the course graduates can find work as:
- educators, educational consultants and experts in designing educational, teaching and training activities;
- coordinators, organisers and managers of educational services and vocational training;
- experts in planning and managing adult education and training;
- researchers in the field of education, particularly in the search for quality and innovation in the teaching profession and in leadership roles, in the organisation and management of schools and vocational training centres.
Teaching and learningBack to top
The Master’s Degree course covers two years, during which 120 ECTS credits must be obtained. To obtain the necessary credits to graduate students must carry out the required training activities (courses, seminars and workshops) and an internship, as stated in the study programme.
Programs of previous years
Degree recognitionBack to top
The Licentiate and PhDs of the Pontifical Faculty of Educational Sciences «Auxilium» are of pontifical right.
For civil purposes, the degrees are valid in accordance with the laws in force in the various countries and the particular rules of each University.
Admission requirementsBack to top
They can enroll in the Master's Degree (or Licentiate) Course those who have obtained the Bachelor's Degree (or Baccalaureate) in Sciences of Educational and Training Processes, or a Degree recognized as equivalent with accreditations properly assessed.
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CoordinationBack to top
CHANG Hiang-Chu Ausilia
CHINELLO Maria Antonia
Further informationBack to top
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