Economics and Finance for Development MSc: This programme offers the opportunity to gain advanced and applied knowledge of economics and finance in the context of international development; students also have the flexibility to choose to tailor the degree through options available in project and programme management, public policy and international development theory and policy.
Economics for development; finance for development; issues in development theory; organisations and capacity enhancement; project and programme management; project planning, design and appraisal; international economics; statistical analysis for development; human resource management and development; issues in development policy; project appraisal and economic analysis; project management skills; public policy and programme management; working in the third sector.
A good undergraduate degree (2.2 or higher) in a relevant discipline (economics, finance, international development); 2 years of relevant work experience may be acceptable for those without some or all of the academic requirements; English IELTS 6 or higher.
Postgraduate Qualification (MSc)
University of Bradford
Finance / Accounting (General), Economics, Development Economics