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  MSc Global Development (Development Management)

The University of Manchester    School of Environment, Education and Development

Full time & Part time See Course MSc 12 months (full-time); 24 months (part-time)
Politics & Government (30)

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Are you passionate about making a positive impact on global development? Look no further than our MSc Global Development (Development Management) programme. This exciting course delves into the management, planning, and policy-making aspects of development, providing you with the skills needed to navigate the challenges of this field. With a strong focus on theory and practice, you'll explore the relationships between development management and processes through an interdisciplinary approach. Our world-renowned faculty, cutting-edge research centres, and vibrant research community will enrich your learning experience. Join us and become part of a legacy of excellence in development studies. Entry requirements include a UK Honours degree with a First or Upper Second classification or its overseas equivalent.

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Course description

MSc Global Development with Development Management analyses the management, planning and policy-making aspects of the development process.

The course aims to blend theory and practice and seeks to explain policy behaviour through an integrated approach, drawing on a range of disciplinary perspectives.

It is designed for social science graduates, or for those working in institutions involved in the management of development activities in developing countries, such as central and local government, parastatal organisations, NGOs and multilateral or bilateral aid agencies.

The course is ideal if you're looking to acquire the practical skills to manage development interventions in an increasingly challenging field.

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Entry Requirements

We require a UK Honours degree with a First or Upper Second (2.1) classification or the overseas equivalent, in any discipline.

When assessing your academic record we take into account the grades you have achieved and the standing of the institution where you studied your qualification.

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