Peace, Conflict and Development
Application deadlines: January 15
International tuition: £16,040
Domestic tuition: £6,850
You’ll gain the understanding and skills you need to pursue or develop a career in what is now a major area for international, national and local policy and practitioner communities. You’ll be equipped to work across many sectors including: international development conflict prevention and peace building post-conflict recovery humanitarian aid natural resource management You’ll have the opportunity to take specialist pathways, including specialising in selected regions (Europe, Africa, MENA, Asia, or Latin America and the Caribbean), with opportunities for selected study visits. The programme will provide enhanced training and engagement with widely used policy and practitioner analytical tools and models, enabling you to develop your skills and employability. The programme is delivered by the Division of Peace Studies and International Development, which maintains an international reputation as a centre for excellence in research, teaching, training and policy engagement. This means your teaching will not only be research-informed, but also delivered by staff that are well positioned to facilitate policy and practitioner community engagement.
This program can be done
The University welcomes applications for this course from students with a second class UK bachelors degree with honours (or overseas equivalent from a recognised higher education institution). If you do not have an honours degree but you have substantial relevant experience then we can take this into consideration in admission to the programme. English GCSE Grade C or 4 or above (or equivalent)
Students will benefit from practical skills-based training as well as academic education, in relation to engagement with key contemporary policy and programme debates of the key international and national organisations involved in peace, conflict and development.
Bradford , United Kingdom