15 Credits GRADUATE YEAR



Aims/Description: In this module, students gain a critically engaged understanding of professional practice in international development and develop a range of professional skills for future career paths. Students learn to apply academic training to real-world situations, such as stakeholder engagement and the design and progressing of development projects. Planning an international development project for a tender bid is a core element. The module may also include guest sessions led by professional practitioners. There is a strong emphasis on employability-related skills and approaches and techniques used in the workplace, as well as widely applicable communication skills

Restrictions on availability: Only available to stidents on Geography International Development programmes

Staff Contact: BRYANT MARGUERITE E
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Problem solving, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work

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