Sustainable International Development (MA) at Brandeis University

Brandeis University
Masters (MA)

2 years
Full time

Course description:

The Heller SID program prepares students for professional level positions in the international development field. The two-year standard track is a 21-month program designed around coursework, research, and field-based internships. An accelerated one-year track, completed over 12 months, is available for students with 3-4 years of previous professional experience in the development sector or related field. All SID students are eligible to apply for one of SID’s dual or joint degree programs.

School Department:

The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University

Entry Requirements:

Please contact the course provider to request more information.


Official Programme Website:

Scholarships Available:

• Feldman Graduate Fellowship in Sustainable International Development

•  Joint Japan World Bank Scholarships

Fulbright Foreign Student Program

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