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Anwar Imam

MSc International Development

Do have any previous professional experience?

Yes, eight year working experience in civil service of Bangladesh.

Why did you choose the MSc Development/ International Development with Philanthropy?

My current job is strongly associated with development management and as a developing country, Bangladesh need more expert official in this sector, which influenced me to choose this course. Also, the course is very relevant with my previous academic study.

What are the strengths of this course?

It has very good faculty, library facilities, logistics, international environment, updated module.

How will this course enhance your future career?

It has enriched me on theoretical knowledge of development issues which are very important for my country. So, it increased my skill and confidence to carry on my current job. 

Why would you recommend MSc International Development?

Because, this course is great for any student who want to work in development sector.

Why would you recommend Northumbria University?

Because, this university has good environment for international student, faculty members and library facility. Besides, this university is located in Newcastle which is a nice city for students to live.

If you had 3 words to sum up your time with us what would they be?

Excellent academic experience.

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