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Master in Management of Development - Social Inclusion, Gender and Youth

Hogeschool Van Hall Larenstein

  • Beschrijving
  • Overzicht

Through the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, governments around the world have committed themselves to a global partnership to fight poverty.


However, poverty can only be eradicated once marginalised individuals and groups experience equality, regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, disabilities or age. That is why the term social inclusion is frequently used today in discussions on sustainable development and reversing poverty.

But what exactly does social inclusion refer to and how can development organisations and government agencies contribute to inclusive transformation processes that will improve circumstances for all people to take part in society? Such transformation processes are important for ensuring that marginalised individuals and groups can influence decisions affecting their lives and that they can enjoy equal access to markets, social services and various political, social and physical spaces. These changes may in turn increase people's security over their livelihoods.

Kosten

2018 Full-time Institutioneel € 13500 / jaar
2018 Full-time Internationaal € 13500 / jaar

admission

Applicants with a different background may also apply: eligibility will be determined by VHL admissions office.

curriculum

This one-year Master programme consists of nine-months taught courses and a three-month research project culminating in a thesis. Course subjects are: Introduction (2 EC), Management of Development Professionalism (9 EC), Professional Environment (12 EC), Capita Selecta (3 EC), Research Design and Implementation (6 EC), Thesis (18 EC), Specialisation Modules (20 EC)

instruction modes

Competence-based learning through case studies, projects, role-play, simulations, practical assignments, and lectures.

job perspective

If you feel that it is time to bring social inclusion to the forefront and improve the well-being of all people, then come and join the Social Inclusion, Gender and Youth specialisation and allow us to prepare you for the challenges that need to be solved.

objectives

Graduates of the Rural Development, Social Inclusion, Gender and Youth specialisation have developed specific competences useful in defining the needs and interests of marginalised people, promoting and mainstreaming social inclusion in rural development and service delivery, and recommending internal adjustments within their organisation. They are professionals who facilitate change and community development, transform social processes, and enhance gender equality and social equity.

sustainable strengthening

Graduates work as mid-level managers in organizations for the development of the country and specifically the rural sector.

Niveau WO
Vorm Full-time
Incompany Nee
Open inschrijving Nee
Doorlooptijd 12 maanden
Type MSc (Master of Science)
Kosten (indicatie) Tussen de €450 en €1350
Titulatuur MSc (Master of Science)
Benodigde taalkennis Engels
Gefinancierd Privé
Afronding Diploma
Credits 70