The Master in International Development is an innovative program that revolves around the 5 Ps of the UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: people, planet, peace, prosperity and partnership. The following key topics give students the tools to understand the mechanics of international development in today's world. Students will gain the analytical, critical thinking and management skills they need to propel their careers into the future and drive positive global change, through a combination of independent research projects and classwork.
The program is structured around practical examples and case studies, with a unique week-long immersion experience at a UN operation, giving students the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge they have acquired to real-world challenges.Download Syllabus
Future leaders of the world.
The Master in International Development equips students with the tools to develop, design, implement and evaluate new solutions touching on topics such as inequality, access to education, eradicating poverty and other issues negatively impacting the world.