CAS ETH in Development and Cooperation (CAS ETH DC)
|Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule Zürich, ETHZ|
|Location||Zürich, Zurich region, Switzerland|
Certificates of Advanced Studies
CAS programmes aim to give greater depth or interdisciplinary breadth to an original academic qualification. They are aimed at university graduates who are working and wish to enhance their professional skills or specialise in a particular subject. They correspond to at least 10 ECTS credits and 150 contact hours and may involve written project work or a thesis. They are organised in the form of block courses or courses on fixed days of the week and last one to two years.
Certificate of Advanced Studies
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Public Policy & Governance
The CAS ETH DC equips students with theoretical and practical skills to address global development challenges. They can choose from over 20 courses to advance their expertise and sharpen their profile.
The CAS ETH DC offers professionals a unique opportunity to learn about scientifically founded concepts on development, to apply tools for result–based management, to reflect on own experiences, and to share best–practice.
The CAS aims to strengthen the technical and methodological skills of professionals working in the field of international development and cooperation.
Participants deepen their specialist knowledge and expand their professional network during their CAS ETH DC studies.
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