Are you interested in global issues related to poverty, equity and aid? How do people cope with disasters? What is the role of NGO's or the United Nations? Have you wondered why Fair Trade is important, or why education is linked to human development?
We address a range of interests with our International Development & Global Change programmes at ICE. Our courses look at human development from both theoretical and applied perspectives and examine these in light of global issues such as climate change, resource scarcities, financial transfers and population dynamics.
Part-time University qualifications in International Development and Global Change
Undergraduate Certificate in International Development (2017/18) You will learn about the basic differences in how economic, political and social dimensions underpin persistent poverty and inequality both between and inside countries.
Undergraduate Diploma in International Development: Economy, Society and Welfare (2017/18) The Diploma provides students with the necessary knowledge to critically reflect on the value and limits of economic approaches and alternative theories that have been applied to International Development.
Bursaries and student loans available
If you are new to higher education, you could be eligible for a bursary award. You will also be able to pay your fees in instalments, and you may also have access to part-time student loans.