You should have an undergraduate degree of at least second class standard in a relevant subject.
Months of entry
'Development' has come to represent the political relationship between rich and poor countries following the end of colonialism. This programme offers a critical approach to development through the lens of anthropology. It explores the historical role of anthropological engagement in development, and provides the opportunity to rethink concepts, policies and practices underwriting global inequality.
Offering a critical exploration of the concept of rights (human, indigenous, or gender, for example) and how it is mobilised to make various kinds of claims, the degree presents diverse perspectives on how we might address global inequality.
London is the headquarters of many development-related organisations. You will negotiate a work placement with one such organisation for one half day per week. This is an opportunity for critical reflection on some of the issues raised.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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