|Examining less economically developed countries, we look at the changes in society that encourage or hamper human development. Exploring the interaction between economic, geographical, social and political processes, learners gain a greater awareness of the local, regional and national issues that affect International Development.
The course is designed to help young people become more aware of the local, regional, national and international issues that affect International Development so that they will take a more informed and positive role in shaping the societies in which they live.
International Development deals with changes in how society works and the way in which these changes support or obstruct the greater realisation of human potential. It concentrates mainly on issues that are particularly relevant to the less economically developed countries and emphasises how economic, environmental, social and political processes interact.
This course provides learner with a range of lifelong skills, including:
The course includes:
Overall, the course covers 1 academic year (30 weeks, and involves approximately 120learning hours). The course can usually be completed within 12 months of enrolment, however as learners progress through the course at a self-led pace, they can extend or condense the learning hours if needed. Available year-round, in the flexible/recorded format.
£125.00 – full course access (self-graded assignments)
£200.00 – full course access + tutor support* (includes graded assignments + transcript + certificate)
(This course is popular with our international students, so do contact us for fees/payment details in your local currency)
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