Study from anywhere in the world with practitioners in government, civil society and the private sector, as well as with people new to development.
MSc degrees currently being offered in distance learning mode:
Public Administration and Development by distance learning MSc/PGDip
International Development by distance learning MSc/PGDip
Both of these courses take a minimum of two years to complete, 18 months for the six taught modules and six months for the dissertation.
Lydia Emer, Public Administration and Development programme, 2006 "I highly recommend the course if you are a self-directed student, who is eager for a greater understanding of the world and globalisation"
If students wish to take longer on the programme, they can move into a later intake or they can take longer on the dissertation. The course must be completed within four years.
More information about studying distance learning within the international Development Department.