Study Guide

Master’s Programme in Development, Education and International Cooperation is a two-year, interdisciplinary 120 ECTS credit programme leading to an advanced university degree. The programme is conducted entirely in English. Successful completion of the programme with merit qualifies the graduate to apply for post-graduate degree studies.

Tools and skills for students

Successful completion of the DEVI programme will enable students, who are committed to more just and progressive development outcomes, to develop analytical and practical strategies for negotiating this basic contradiction in their everyday working lives. Graduates of the programme will have acquired the intellectual tools and practical skills required to function creatively and effectively in both global and local development contexts. This comprises an ability to identify the interests associated with various actors in concrete development arenas; to understand the range of resources and capacities available to competing and collaborating actors; to critically assess the aims expressed in development policy texts and documents; and to grasp the complex relationship between policy and reality.

Curricula for the Programme (under construction)

  • Specialisation in Development Studies
  • Specialisation in Education

See also