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Full time September MA 1 year

About the course

Programme Overview: Addressing Vital Global Development Goals

Are you interested in developing a critical approach to understanding intersecting global issues of environment, society and development? Would you like to acquire the field-based learning skills essential to addressing the most vital environmental and societal challenges of international development today? Would you like to gain the experience of working with the United Nations and a range of NGOs in the challenging international development context of Bosnia and Herzegovina? If so, the innovative and award-winning Masters in Environment, Society and Development is for you.

Engaging the world’s foremost environmental, societal and security challenges

Global issues of geopolitics, security, development and the environment have

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Entry Requirements

Second Class Honours NQAI Level 8 degree with a 2.1 in Geography and a 2.2 overall or related discipline, or equivalent. Selection is based on a candidate’s academic record, statement of intent and letters of recommendation. Prior learning in terms of relevant work experience is also recognised.


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Where is National University of Ireland, Galway

Videos


All Available Videos:
MA-ESD Field-Based Learning in Bosnia MA-ESD Field-Based Learning in Bosnia 25/02/2019 10:03:10
MA-ESD Field-Based Learning in Bosnia
Launch of the Neil Smith Research Award Launch of the Neil Smith Research Award 25/02/2019 10:07:24
Launch of the Neil Smith Research Award

Student Profile(s)

Elaine Williams

- Second Class Honours, Grade 1
- Now completing her PhD

Elaine on graduation: "I thoroughly enjoyed the MA in Environment, Society and Development. Not only does it theoretically and thematically inform students on key geographical concerns of interventionism and development, but most importantly it gives them the tools to practically apply critique on the ground. Gaining friendship and confidence in a hugely supportive environment is all part of the process too".

Vittoria Semplici

- First Class Honours
- Now working for UNIDO

Vittoria on graduation: "The Masters in Environment, Society and Development addresses fundamental questions of international development. It offers students the opportunity to deepen and pursue research interests with creative license, and combines a vast amount of theoretical knowledge with a concrete and practical approach, improving both critical thinking and organizational working skills".

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