The program is aimed at practitioners from NGOs, UN agencies, commercial companies and the military looking to reflect on their experiences and to further develop their skills and knowledge. Also for those looking for a career or life change, and are exploring a possible role in international humanitarian, human rights or development work. This course provides an academic setting for the study of international development, conflict, disaster management, urbanisation, humanitarianism and human rights. With its core emphasis on practice, the programme offers students the opportunity to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes in the rapidly changing field of development and emergency practice.
Poverty, Conflict, Power, Vulnerability, Capability, Risk, Urbanisation, Environmental change, Armed conflict, Governance, Disasters.
University students, Emergency management professionals.
The candidate must hold a good first degree or other professional qualification relevant to humanitarian, human rights and development practice or related subject. Relevant professional background and experience of international field work (eg NGOs, UN agencies, health care, education, commercial companies, the military) Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate that their level of English is appropriate to study at postgraduate level. For more details please see the university home page.
Completed application form along with required documents must be send to the university admission office.
Fee is subject to change, for latest information please visit university homepage.
Please see university homepage.
09 Oct 2007
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