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Prepare for a career in a range of areas, including educational policy and programming in developing countries, government departments, and national and international development agencies.UEA is the perfect place to help you gain that all-important competitive edge. And this course will help you to shine.You’ll become part of a community dedicated to excellence and to making a difference on a local, national, and global scale.OVERVIEWExplore the ways that education can contribute to the
Prepare for a career in a range of areas, including educational policy and programming in developing countries, government departments, and national and international development agencies.
UEA is the perfect place to help you gain that all-important competitive edge. And this course will help you to shine.
You’ll become part of a community dedicated to excellence and to making a difference on a local, national, and global scale.
Explore the ways that education can contribute to the development process, both theoretically and empirically. You’ll look at a variety of perspectives, including human rights, social and human development, and human capital.
This course will enable you to understand current debates, and their implications for national and international education strategies. In doing so, it locates educational debates within a wider development perspective.
You will also examine international and national policies and practices, with the aim of developing the capacity to contribute to appropriate policy design for educational development.
Students need to have: 2.1 or equivalent in Social Science. Students should normally have a good undergraduate degree from a recognised higher education institution. The University will also take into account the employment experience of applicants where relevant.
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The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a campus university on the outskirts of Norwich, situated within private, picturesque landscaped grounds that include woodland and a lake. It has a thriving student community of 15,000, over 4,000 of whom are postgraduates.
As well as its stunning location that serves as an idyllic setting for learning, the university is known for its outstanding research, leading the way in many fields, notably in science. Whether students choose a taught or research-based postgraduate study programme, they can take advantage of the exceptional resources that UEA has to offer.
This includes the excellent facilities, not just in its labs and lecture halls, but also in extra curricular activities such as the Sportspark, a venue with indoor and outdoor courts and pitches and an Olympic-sized pool.