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Further education courses

Continuing education programs are courses carried out by University of Turin to meet cultural and in-depth needs for specialized sectors, for professional updating and life-long learning. They can be carried out also in collaboration with private or public bodies and with national or foreign Universities.

  • Data Analysis for Business Intelligence and Data Science (Italian language)

    ADABI is a first-level Professional Master’s programme organized by the University of Turin. It trains professionals specialized in the use of Data Science techniques for all those companies and institutions that deal, by mission, with great amounts of data. The Master in Data Analysis for Business Intelligence and Data Science has a pragmatic character. Students will have to face Data Quality, Data Management, Statistical Analysis of Data and Modelling (Analytics) methodologies, as well as Segmentation and Scoring, from an operational point of view with the use of both proprietary software (SAS, QlickView, Tableau) and open source software (Knime, R, Python). Other important keywords that identify this Master are Data Mining, Machine Learning and classification algorithms (Cluster Analysis, Decision Tree) and statistical information synthesis algorithms (Factor Analysis).

Le programme a pour objectif de permettre aux participants d'acquérir l'ensemble du corpus de connaissances et les capacités techniques nécessaires à la régulation, la passation, l'exécution, le suivi et l'audit des marchés publics. Ce programme est unique et complet dans la mesure où il est construit sur les quatre piliers qui soutiennent les systèmes nationaux de régulation des marchés publics tels que définis par l'OCDE, ainsi que sur les cadres réglementaires nationaux et les procédures des principaux partenaires internationaux du développement (banques multilatérales de développement, organisations internationales, agences spécialisées, etc.). Ce master associe harmonieusement la théorie et la pratique tant au niveau de la régulation des marchés publics qu'au niveau de la passation, de l'exécution et de la gestion des marchés publics et des contrats.

The Master consists of one distance-learning and five classroom-taught modules, each of which will examine in depth the mechanisms underlying innovation processes and their links with economic and social dynamics. Module (A): Introduction to the economics of innovation, new digital technologies and social challenges (distance-learning module); Objective: to understand the economic relevance of innovation and new digital technologies by analysing the incentives and the economic, social and legal impacts. Module (B): Innovation, employment and labour markets; Objective: to delve into the complex relationship between innovation, skills, unemployment and the creation of new job opportunities. Module (C): Entrepreneurship, finance and innovation; Objective: to examine the role of entrepreneurship and the financial system in generating innovation and change. Module (D): Innovation, environment and the circular economy; Objective: to analyse the role of environmental pressures in the dynamics of innovation, and the role of the latter in opening strategies to new paradigms, such as the circular economy. Module (E): Artificial Intelligence and ethical, legal and social dilemmas; Objective: to analyse the crucial aspects of artificial intelligence, with an in-depth study of the legal and social aspects related to respect for fundamental rights. Module (F): Project management; Objective: to develop skills in defining and coordinating projects related to innovative strategies for enhancing digital technologies and improving the environmental performance of relevant activities.

The Master in World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development is a one-year program that focuses on the essential knowledge and competences needed to design projects in the cultural field with particular attention to sustainable development issues and new models of conservation and integrated management. Central to the program is the application of culture-related UNESCO Conventions (World Heritage, Intangible Heritage, Diversity of Cultural Expressions) and programmes (Creative Cities, Man and Biosphere, Global Geoparks, Memories of the World) in order to investigate the economic, social, institutional and legal challenges for their implementation at the local level. Master participants are expected to acquire skills related to cultural planning and its impact on local development processes.

The Master in Economics endows its students with advanced training in modern economic theory and methods. Courses are taught in English by our faculty recruited from top schools on the international academic job market. In addition to their coursework, master's students interact with the faculty, fellows, and researchers of the Collegio Carlo Alberto (a foundation created in 2004 as a joint initiative of the Compagnia di San Paolo and the University of Torino). They have access to the Collegio's facilities and scientific activities, such as seminars, lectures, and doctoral courses.

Upon successfully finishing the program the students will be awarded the Master of Arts degree in Economics from the Collegio Carlo Alberto. Master’s graduates can apply for admission to the Vilfredo Pareto Ph.D. program in Economics of the University of Turin.

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