We offer seven international development programmes, covering a diverse range of topics that include applied development, agriculture, climate change, communication for development, environmental change, and food security.
Scholarships are available for master's students enrolling in 2022, some offered directly by the University and others allocated by external funding bodies. In order to apply, a candidate must have received an offer of admission to one of our participating master's courses.
Scholarships offered by the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development
The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE) – part of the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development – offers a diverse range of scholarships to candidates who have received an offer to study a GIIDAE programme.