The MSc in Population and Development is jointly run by the Department of Social Policy and the Department of International Development and includes: ◾ core courses on key issues in population and international development ◾ optional courses in critical demographic techniques ◾ a choice of options from a wide range of highly rated courses within both Departments and in other departments specialising in gender, political economy, and public policy
The programme will bring you up-to-date with current international issues in the relationships between development and population. It will equip you with the skills to critically assess contemporary and future issues of population and development. The programme is designed to provide skills and knowledge to students looking for high level careers in international, public, private and voluntary agencies dealing with population and development issues at national and international levels.
The programme has provided excellent career prospects for graduates. The content and structure of the programme provide skills and knowledge to candidates looking for high-level careers in public, private and voluntary agencies, both national and international. We have alumni working in major organisations such as the WHO, IPPF, Global Vision, Marie Stopes International, UNFPA, UNICEF, USAID, DFID, as well as in a wide range of governmental and non-governmental organisations throughout the world. As a result of the broad focus of the programme we have also had a number of students go on to work in major private companies in a variety of roles.