This new programme builds upon the successful pedagogy and significant effects of the Executive Master in Development Policies and Practices (DPP) existing since 2003.

According to our last survey covering the period 2015-17:


of the alumni shared the results of their thesis with other colleagues and institutions


of the employers used the results of their employee's thesis


of the alumni stated that the thesis increased the influene and the visibility of their organisation

Alumni reported that they have a...

...stronger capacity to communicate a reflection to an audience (4.52*)

...stronger capacity to interact with stakeholders at different levels of decision making (4.37*)

...stronger capacity to elaborate new strategies (4.32*)

* satisfaction rate on a scale of 5


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