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Graduate programmes curricula

BRAZIL

  • MA Globalization, Business and Development(English)
    Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning, São Paulo, one year
    Areas: Diplomacy, Governance, Development, Policy
    This MA course provides an in-depth understanding of economic power, technological transformation, inequalities and globalization through an innovative mix of teaching methods that combines conventional lectures and workshops as well as interactions with people from business, the public sector, NGOs and international organisations.
    Entry requirements: A good undergraduate honours degree and preferably a minimum of two years’ work experience in business or development-related work.

FINLAND

  • Masters in Development and International Cooperation (English)
    The University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, 2 years
    Areas: Development, International Relations
    The programme aims to broaden and deepen students’ understanding of international development institutions, policies, and actors from a critical, reflexive and interdisciplinary perspective. It provides up-to-date theoretical insights and practical skills needed to function creatively and efficiently in the international development field.
    Entry requirements: A Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field including development studies, or related social science disciplines, education, or environmental science; an outstanding academic record and potential for post-graduate (doctoral) studies.

ZAMBIA

  • Masters in Development Studies(English)
    Zambian Open University, Lusaka, one year
    Areas: International Development, Policy, Economics
    The Masters program provides knowledge on development in the African context as well as an international insight into current issues around development and globalisation.
    Entry requirements: Applicants should hold a diploma or undergraduate degree in any related discipline.

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