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The BSc International Development of the University of London International Programmes has been designed by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), which provides the academic direction.
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) provides academic direction for this programme. LSE is regarded as an international centre of academic excellence and innovation in the social sciences. It is an institution renowned for focusing on ‘real world’ issues.
Graduates of this degree acquire a combination of knowledge on developmental and social policy with high career opportunities at an international level.
DEI College is a Registered Centre in Greece for this University of London undergraduate programme. This means that in the considered view of the University of London it demonstrates commitment to developing high standards in respect of teaching, support to students and administrative processes.
The field of International Development is the attempt to understand and to shape processes of social and economic change in order to reduce poverty and to create a better life for poorer people, and the countries where they live. It combines social-science approaches from disciplines such as economics, politics, sociology and demography. It also requires an understanding of global processes of economics and politics as well as more local, national, and sub-national processes. Typical themes of International Development include poverty alleviation, economic growth; aid and assistance; the management of local and global environmental problems and the political economy of social change.
The BSc degree consists of twelve courses and may be completed in 3 years.
This degree would suit you if you are hoping to pursue a career in international organizations such as the United Nations, governments, aid agencies and non-governmental organizations and for the private sector in the areas of economic planning, rural development, humanitarianism, poverty reduction and environmental protection.