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MASTER’S & RESEARCH DEGREES ON LATIN AMERICA, THE U.S. &
The Institute for the Study of the Americas (ISA) is a member Institute of the School of Advanced Study at the University of London.
ISA is the only postgraduate centre in Europe to offer degrees on comparative Americas as well as each sector of the hemisphere and runs the largest Latin American programme in the UK.
Applications are still being accepted for the 2008-09 academic year.
MA inArea Studies (Comparative American Studies)
MA inArea Studies (Latin America)
MSc inLatin American Politics
MSc in Globalisation and Latin American Development
MA inArea Studies (United States)
MSc in US Politics and Contemporary History
MSc in US Foreign Policy
Institute for the Study of the Americas 31 Tavistock Square London WC1H 9HA www.americas.sas.ac.uk tel. 020 7862 8870
Funding is available in the form of bursaries.
Faculty of Arts & Human Sciences
MSc Education for Sustainability
Flexible / Distance Learning Programme
Become a leader in the field of sustainable development and help to transform communities and empower others.
Whether living in the UK or abroad you can study for a qualification from short courses through to Masters level by fast track study (attending the University once per month) or by distance learning. •Engage in current debates on environment, development and education issues •Develop skills to analyse, promote and manage change •Improve your leadership and capacity building skills •Enhance your analytical and critical thinking by applying theory to practice • Be part of a world wide learning community
Distance Learning allows you the flexibility to study at your own pace wherever you are in the world. All course materials, tutoring, readers, study guides and e-learning activities are provided.
The programme was founded in 1994 and courses start every September. Assessments are 100% coursework.
Special introductory taster offer if you apply before end of August 2008.
For more information visit www.lsbu.ac.uk/efs email email@example.com or call +44(0)20 7815 8257.
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STUDYINTERNATIONALDEVELOPMENT School of Development Studies University of East Anglia, Norwich UK
AT THE FOREFRONT OF DEVELOPMENT TEACHING AND RESEARCH FOR OVER 35 YEARS
BAand BSc HONSINTERNATIONALDEVELOPMENTSTUDIES (3 years) • Social and political analysis • Economic development and globalisation • Natural resources and conservation • Human rights and gender issues • Health, population, public policy, welfare • Opportunity to study a language • Opportunity to study/work overseas
COMBINEDDEGREES • BSc Hons Environmental Geography with International Development • BAHons Spanish or French with International Development
MA, MRes and MSc DEGREES • MAin Rural Development • MAin Development Studies • MAin Development Economics • MAin Theatre and Development • MAin Education and Development • MRes in International Development • MAin International Social Development • MAin Globalisation and International Development • MSc in Environment and International Development • MAin Gender Analysis of International Development • MAin Cultural Heritage and International Development • MAin International Relations and Development Studies • MAin Conflict, Governance and International Development
Contact: Admissions Office (DEV), Faculty of Social Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ Tel: 01603 592807 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.uea.ac.uk/dev