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  Environment, Politics and Development MSc

King’s College London    Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy

Full time & Part time September MSc One year FT; two years PT
Environmental Sciences (13) Geography (17) Nursing & Health (27)

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Are you passionate about understanding the complex relationship between the environment, politics, and development? Look no further than our Environment, Politics and Development MSc programme. This advanced degree will provide you with a solid theoretical foundation to explore the connections between development issues and environmental challenges. Delve into the perspectives of political ecology, development geography, and environmental governance through engaging case studies from around the world. Not only will you learn from experienced academic staff, but you'll also have the opportunity to conduct original fieldwork for your dissertation. Join us and gain the knowledge and skills needed for a rewarding career in research, management, or consultancy in the environment and development field.

About the course

Our Environment, Politics and Development MSc provides an advanced theoretical understanding of the relationship between development problems and environmental issues. You will explore these relationships from the perspectives of political ecology, development geography and environmental governance. 

To illustrate these relationships, we use relevant case studies drawn from across the globe. 

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Entry Requirements

Candidates who do not achieve a 2:1 but have professional or voluntary experience will also be considered.

In order to meet the academic entry requirements for this programme you should have a minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree with a final mark of at least 60% or above in the UK marking scheme. If you are still studying you should be achieving an average of at least 60% or above in the UK marking scheme.

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