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MPhil in Development Studies

 *Admissions for 2020-21 will open at the start of September on the Graduate Admissions website.

The MPhil in Development Studies is a one year, full-time highly inter-disciplinary course which gives its students a firm grounding in political economics relevant to the developing world, including the study of sociology, law, political science, management, economics and anthropology. The inter-disciplinary approach is based on the recognition that together with the analytical rigour required of economists and other social scientists today, no important issue in development — poverty and inequality, population growth, the construction of the institutions of a market economy, war and human rights, democratisation — can be properly understood without an inter-disciplinary perspective.

 

 

The Course Details page contains the course description and further details of the course. 

The How to Apply page contains details of the entry requirements.

The Deadlines page contains all the key dates to be aware of for funding opportunities.

The Fees and Funding page contains details of schemes specific to this course.

The FAQ page should cover anything else that the other pages have missed!

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Former Development Studies PhD student releases monograph

Aug 22, 2019

Former Development Studies PhD student, Madleina Daehnhardt's monograph, "Migration, Development and Social Change in the Himalayas" has been released with Routledge in August 2019.

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