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Centre for International Development Postgraduate Open Afternoon

Lipman Building, Room 121


Postgraduate Study Open Afternoon

3 - 5.30pm on Monday 12th June

Lipman Building, Room 121, Northumbria University

Interested in developing the skills and expertise to succeed in International Development? Come along and meet our specialist teaching team and find out about exciting opportunities for full and part-time Postgraduate study in September 2017. The session will include:

  • 'Bite size' workshops
  • Information on UK and international placement opportunities
  • Insights into International Development careers
  • Detailed information on programme content and structure
  • Opportunities to chat informally with staff and current Masters and PhD students
  • Information about scholarships, loans and discounts for Masters level study

To book your place, contact Dr Darryl Humble, the Programme Leader.


International -Development

Postgraduate programmes in International Development at Northumbria are about more than just 'studying' - they mean developing the skills, contacts, knowledge, ideas and experience needed for careers in International Development as practitioners, managers, policy makers or researchers. - Professor Matt Baillie Smith, Director of the Centre for International Development

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Lipman Building, Room 121
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne


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