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Course content

Our Emerging Economies & Inclusive Development MSc offers a distinctive approach to the study of development. We do this by focusing on emerging economies, with a particular emphasis on poverty reduction, inequality and social policy. You will study development theory, political economy, geography and social policy, and will also have the opportunity to focus on the countries and regions that particularly interest you. 

Key benefits

  • Offers you a distinctive approach to the study of development.
  • Interdisciplinary course that enables you to study emerging economies and inclusive development from a variety of different perspectives.
  • Extensive selection of optional modules draw on expertise across King’s with particular emphasis on our Global Institutes.
  • We accept students from a wide range of academic backgrounds as well as mid-career professionals.

Description

Our course provides you with high-quality postgraduate teaching and research training in the analysis of emerging economies. It also draws on social scientific expertise from across other departments in the Faculties of Social Sciences & Public Policy and Arts & Humanities, which allows you to explore the topic from a variety of different angles.

We examine economic development theory to ask whether emerging economies offer a new model or models of development. We look at the strategies that these countries have adopted to promote development, how inclusive and sustainable or enduring these new strategies are and how emerging markets solve difficult problems of promoting growth over the longer term. To answer this last question, we investigate how these markets manage the development and diffusion of technology, flows of trade and finance, the balance between the state and the market, and problems of institutional underdevelopment and weak systems of law and accountability.

Course format and assessment

Teaching

For every 20-credit module we will typically provide 20 hours of lectures and seminars, and we will expect you to undertake 180 hours of independent study. For your dissertation, we will usually provide five hours of dissertation workshops and six hours of one-to-one or group consultation with supervisors. To complement this, you should undertake 589 hours of independent study and project work. Typically, one credit equates to 10 hours of work.

Assessment

The majority of International Development Institute modules are assessed by a 4,000-word essay; other optional modules other optional modules may differ. The dissertation module is assessed by a proposal and a 12,000-word dissertation.

Career prospects

Our course gives you high-quality graduate research training which will greatly improve your employability in the development sector in the UK and other OECD countries, as well as in emerging economies. You can also transfer your skills to consultancy organisations, private sector companies with global operations and government offices. Our course is ideal if you are an international student seeking specialist training and/or government employment.


Visit the Emerging Economies and Inclusive Development - MSc page on the King’s College London website for more details!

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