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Africa and International Development (MSc)


University of Edinburgh School of Social and Political Science

Full time & Part time September MSc

About the course

Programme description

The programme offers the chance to develop regional expertise with a focus on the theory and practice of international development.

International Development is concerned with the idea of good change, but who decides what constitutes ‘good change’? How should such change happen? What unintended consequences might the pursuit of change create? Our MSc in Africa and International Development encourages you to critically explore these questions, in the context of Africa.

Programme structure

The programme is available on a full-time basis over one year or on a part-time basis over two years. Students complete six taught courses, and a dissertation.

Students can either complete their dissertation through independent study, or through a Placement-Based Dissertation. The

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