‘What is International Development’ is a 5-weeks course offered by University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom. The course is a well-researched primer to International Development. Throughout the course, learners will explore key ideas, concepts and debates focused on International Development. Real life case studies from Kenya are used as illustrations, to assist the learning process and to turn abstract concepts and ideas into lived experiences. After completing the course learners will be able to outline key indicators of international development, population growth, migration, urbanization, waste and pollution. Basic access to the course is free for several weeks. However, learners who prefer to opt-in for a verified certificate have to pay a fee.
The course is taught by International Development lecturers from University of East Anglia and Open University.Register here