Development and International Relations (Aalborg)
Development and International Relations (DIR) is an intensive two-year (four semesters) master program. It aims at providing an interdisciplinary insight in studies of development and international relations from a social sciences' perspective. DIR gives you the opportunity to become a dynamic practitioner in your field, whether your interests are strategic, managerial, policy-related, or all of the above.
You will achieve knowledge about various theoretical approaches to the study of development and international relations, learn to analyse aspects of economic, cultural, political and social developments from an interdisciplinary perspective, and benefit from the experience of working in an intercultural environment derived both from participation in the international degree program at Aalborg University and from an internship.
Our learning model rests upon principles of inter-disciplinary, problem-based learning and project work. Today, we are one of the leading universities in this method - but what truly sets us apart is the close connection between students and faculty. It begins by students themselves identifying real-world problems, which they tackle through group projects in cooperation with their supervisor. In a recent OECD evaluation, our teaching model was applauded for being “optimal for learning”.
It is possible to study Development and International Relations for one or two semesters as a guest/exchange student. Guest/exchange students studying two semesters will obtain a one-year specialization Diploma. Note that guest/exchange students who are admitted for one semester will only obtain academic credits but not the diploma.
Job and career · Development and International Relations (Aalborg)
Some students continues to PhD studies, or a career in teaching and research, while for many others it will be the door-opening of a professional career in a number of areas of which development and international relations is a central component, such as business and industry, international trade, government and international service, civil societies/NGOs, etc.
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