MA in International Development (MAID).
MAID combines the latest academic work with hands-on, practical experience of development projects and research. Combining expertise from Development Geography, Environmental Geography, and Planning, this course provides students with the knowledge and skills to engage with the complex challenges of contemporary international development.
The course is designed so that students experience development theory combined with development practice. Our emphasis on applied knowledge and skills, developed through professional skills, field-class and placement work, ensures students develop the practical and theoretical skills needed to work with development organisations across the world. Suited to suited to any level of graduate experience, from a new graduate to a development professional, this course explores the changing theory, policy and practice of international development and equips students with the expertise to pursue academic, policy and development practitioner careers. The course is led by the Department of Geography and taught jointly with the Department of Town and Regional Planning
Thinking of studying for a Masters in Development? Find out all you need to know about what course we offer and how to apply.
Find out more about our large and vibrant community of students, staff and researchers.