This masters degree will:
• identify key concepts and issues in education, health promotion and international development
• develop the knowledge and skills you need to write project proposals and plan, implement and evaluate health promotion initiatives
• reflect on research, analysis, policy and practice in relation to education and health promotion in low- and middle-income countries
• enable you to critically review arguments, advance your own analysis and undertake research on education, international development and health promotion.
This masters degree offers the opportunity to:
• be taught by experts in health promotion and education in low- and middle-income contexts
• benefit from international guest speakers at lectures and seminars
• be involved in a range of teaching and learning methods that mirror good practice in participatory planning and practice for health promotion
• meet a diverse student group (our alumni are from more than 80 countries)
• take part in a study visit to Paris (not included in the course fee), incorporating UNESCO and the International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP)
• study modules online as well as face-to-face, with a minimum of one term in residence in London.
Mixed mode, including face-to-face daytime sessions, evening intensive courses and online learning. Start in October, January or April.
Who is this programme for?
People who work in health, education, health promotion and/or social development in low- or middle-income countries; also professionals who would like to transfer their expertise in high-income countries to low- and middle-income contexts.
How are you assessed?
By coursework and a dissertation of 20,000 words or a report of 10,000 words
• Education in low- and middle-income countries
• Participatory planning and project management for health promotion in the context of international development
• Developing and promoting health and well-being
• Development education in the era of globalisation
• Gender, education and development
• Gender: theory and practice in education
• Introduction to social research
• Learners, learning and teaching in the context of Education for All
• Planning for education and development
• Training for development education
Find out more information and apply at http://www.ioe.ac.uk/study/PMM9_EIDHIM.html
Good first degree or equivalent and, normally, appropriate experience in a low- or middle-income country