This new programme enables you to study economic, social and political aspects of development both separately and together. You will combine an historical approach to development (how the world is) with a normative approach (how it can and should be changed).
As you progress, you can specialise in different areas. A focus on economics is maintained throughout because of its importance to international development as a field of work and the transferable work skills it provides.
When you apply you can nominate a stream of particular interest to you from: Economics, Politics, Social Anthropology or Interdisciplinary International Development.
They are particularly interested in applicants from students with a strong multi-disciplinary background such as those studying the IB qualification. IB Entry Requirements are 35 points with 555 at HL.
Download the course brochure here: international-development-economics-brochure
Or visit their course pages on the University of Bath website by clicking here.