University of Bradford

University of Bradford

Peace, Conflict and Development Studies

This programme on the important interrelationships between peace, conflict and development. It offers a comprehensive introduction and analysis of the interrelationships between development, conflict and security in developing and transitional societies. It covers: development theory, policy and programming debates; interrelationships between insecurity, poverty and development; peace and peacebuilding (including conflict prevention and post-conflict reconstruction); human security issues; natural resource conflict, co-operation and management; environment and security in developing and fragile political contexts; and conflict-sensitive development principles and practices. It also equips its students with practical skills in order to design and manage projects and programmes in the field.

Entry requirements

An undergraduate degree (2:2 Honours or above) UK system or comparative result if outside UK. We also give serious consideration to applicants with non-traditional backgrounds and take relevant social science work experience into consideration. Level of English Requires for non-native speakers: IELTS at 6.0 or the equivalent (with sub-tests not lower then 5.5).

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
MA Full-time - 1 years
MA Part-time - 2 years

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