You must be prepared for study at postgraduate level. This usually means holding a bachelors degree or its equivalent or have had experience of working, in a paid or voluntary capacity in a development agency (international or local).
All teaching is in English, and your proficiency in the language needs to be adequate for postgraduate study and for contributing to online discussions by text and voice. If English is not your first language, we strongly recommend that you make sure you can achieve an IELTS score of at least 7.
International course fee:
£4,050 (lower fees apply for UK and Republic of Ireland students)
By the end of your studies, you have studied the:
- different conceptualisations of development and its management in theory and practice
- key concepts and theories that reveal development management as a process that is personal, political and professional
- tools, methods and frameworks for investigation and analysis aimed at informing development policy and practice.