International Rural Development (MRD) at Lincoln University

Lincoln University
New Zealand
Masters (MRD)

1 year
Full time

Course description:

Lincoln University’s Master of International Rural Development (MRD) is a joint programme between the Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce and the Faculty of Environment, Society and Design. This programme provides a robust grounding in international rural development concepts and theories, and equips graduates with the analytical and practical skills they need to engage critically in development activities and debates from an interdisciplinary perspective. Students then build on this common grounding by selecting a specialisation in one of four rural development streams: Agribusiness, Economics, Finance or Tourism.

School Department:

Lincoln University

Entry Requirements:

• A relevant degree with at least a B grade average in the 300 level and final year (full-time equivalent) courses.

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Scholarships available:

New Zealand International Scholarships

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