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BA (Hons) International Development (with Foundation year)

Course overview

Start date

September 2018

Subject area

Politics and International Development

Attendance

Full-time

Part-time

Learning

On campus

Course summary

This extended course is perfect if you want a degree in International Development but you don’t have the standard entry requirements. 

First we prepare you for your degree during the Foundation year, bringing you up to speed with academic skills and a firm grounding in the subject. Then you can go on to do the full undergraduate degree.

On this degree course you’ll learn how social development is affecting the people who live in the world’s poorest countries. You’ll learn about globalisation and consider its impact on the people of Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East and Europe. And find out about the way NGOs work to address issues of poverty.

You’ll have the chance to study for a term overseas, for example. Recently, students have studied in South Africa, Brazil, Thailand and at the American University in Cairo. In your third year, you'll undertake a supported work placement with an NGO.

Our academic staff will share their passion for the subject, their world-renowned research and their experiences of working in these areas of the world.

International Development graduates from the University of East London are sought after for their rounded outlook and experience. They’ve landed jobs at organisations such as The World Health Organisation, The Refugee Council and Medecins Sans Frontieres.


UCAS points

64

Course options

Degree with Foundation Year

UCAS code

L901

Contact us

If you have any questions, talk to a member of our Applicant Enquiries team on +44 (0) 20 8223 3333 or email study@uel.ac.uk.

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Learn with students from all over the world through our vibrant and international community at UEL, as well as excellent study abroad opportunities in Brazil, USA, Australia, Sweden and Norway. 

Innovative pathways that let you chose your career

We have recently redeveloped our programme to align the course with employment opportunities in the current market, and allow you to specialise in an area of International Development that you want to work in - this significantly aids your employability

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Zenani Sibindi

Foundation year student 

It was really encouraging to me when I found out that doing a Foundation year was a way for me to get into university. 

The Foundation course prepares and develops you for when you fully start your degree. The tutors are all very approachable. You can talk to them about things you’re struggling with, and they are very happy to help you. It’s an atmosphere of encouragement.

Fees and funding

Tuition Fee Loan

You can apply for a loan to cover the cost of your tuition fees, which will be paid directly to UEL. There are no up-front fees required. Repayment only starts after you finish your course and are earning over £25,000. If you haven’t finished repaying your loan after 30 years it will be automatically cancelled.

To apply visit gov.uk/student-finance

Maintenance Loan

You can apply for a loan to help with living costs such as food, travel and accommodation. How much you can borrow depends on where you live and study, and whether you are currently on welfare benefits. The maximum loan you can apply for is £11,998.

*Please note figures are based on 2017/18 figures, this is a guide to help you plan your finances. We will publish the 2018/19 figures as soon as they are confirmed. 

To apply visit gov.uk/student-finance

Supplementary Grants

The government also offer the following additional support:

-          Parent’s Learning Allowance

-          Adult Dependants' Grant

-          Childcare Grant

-          Disabled Students’ Allowance

For further information visit gov.uk/student-finance

We appreciate that finance is one of the key considerations when you're applying to university. That's why alongside your Government loan, you can apply for scholarships to help towards your finances. We've invested over £2 million worth of scholarships to financially assist new students, starting in September 2018. If you're awarded a scholarship you don't need to pay it back.

All students will receive:

 Ebooks

Bursaries Schemes for which you can apply

Care Leaver and Foyer Bursary - up to £1,500

Progression Bursary - up to £2,000

Engagement Bursary - up to £2,000

Hardship Bursary - up to £2,000

Helena Kennedy Foundation - £1,500

Going Global – awards range from £300 - £700

Scholarships Schemes for which you can apply

Vice Chancellor Scholarship - up to £27,750 over three years

Dean Scholarship - up to £13,500 over three years

Civic Engagement Scholarship - £1,000

EU Scholarship (EU Only) - £1,000

ELSEF Scholarsip - £1,000

UTC Scholarship - £1,500

Sports Scholarships - up to £6,000

Team UEL Scholarship - £1,000


There are a number of external organisations that offer financial help to
students. Please see the below list to view additional support options.
Alternatively, you can visit the Scholarship Search website.

Please note that the University of East London is not responsible for
the content of these external sites and is not associated in any way
with the funding schemes and their application processes.

Bank Of England Scholarship Programme

European Funding Guide

The Student Disability Association Fund

Sir John Cass’s Foundation

The Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust

The Newby Trust

Walcot Foundation

Scholarships Search

Some courses offer the option of a placement year, giving you the chance to gain valuable work experience in a relevant industry between your second and third years. If you are an international student on a Tier 4 visa, you are able to undertake a placement if it is an integral and assessed part of your course.

In 2018/19 placement year tuition fees are set at £1,060.

The Student Money Advice and Rights Team (SMART) are here to help you navigate your finances while you're a student at the University of East London.

We can give you advice, information and guidance on government and university funds so that you receive your full funding entitlement.

Email: study@uel.ac.uk

Phone: 020 8223 4444

Tuition fees
UK
£9,250
You don't need to pay this up front
Tuition fees are subject to annual change. Fees for future years will be published in due course.

Tuition Fee Loan

You can apply for a loan to cover the cost of your tuition fees, which will be paid directly to UEL. There are no up-front fees required. Repayment only starts after you finish your course and are earning over £25,000. If you haven’t finished repaying your loan after 30 years it will be automatically cancelled.

Maintenance Loan

From academic year 2018/19, part-time students can access maintenance loans from Student Finance England.

You can apply for a loan to help with living costs such as food, travel and accommodation.
Part-time students need to study their courses at a rate of at least 25% of an equivalent full-time course in each academic year.

For further information visit gov.uk/student-finance

We appreciate that finance is one of the key considerations when you're applying to university. That's why alongside your Government loan, you can apply for scholarships to help towards your finances. We've invested over £2 million worth of scholarships to financially assist new students, starting in September 2018. If you're awarded a scholarship you don't need to pay it back.

All students will receive
:
 Ebooks

Bursaries Schemes for which you can apply
Hardship Bursary -up to £2,000
Going Global – awards range from £300 - £700

Scholarships Schemes for which you can apply
Civic Engagement Scholarship - £1,000
Sports Scholarships - up to £6,000
Team UEL Scholarship - £1,000



Some courses offer the option of a placement year, giving you the chance to gain valuable work experience in a relevant industry between your second and third years. If you are an international student on a Tier 4 visa, you are able to undertake a placement if it is an integral and assessed part of your course.

In 2018/19 placement year tuition fees are set at £1,060.

There are a number of external organisations that offer financial help to
students. Please see the below list to view additional support options.
Alternatively, you can visit the Scholarship Search website.

Please note that the University of East London is not responsible for
the content of these external sites and is not associated in any way
with the funding schemes and their application processes.

Bank Of England Scholarship Programme

European Funding Guide

The Student Disability Association Fund

Sir John Cass’s Foundation

The Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust

The Newby Trust

Walcot Foundation

Scholarships Search

The Student Money Advice and Rights Team (SMART) are here to help you navigate your finances while you're a student at the University of East London.

We can give you advice, information and guidance on government and university funds so that you receive your full funding entitlement.

Email: study@uel.ac.uk

Phone: 020 8223 4444

Tuition fees
UK
£2,310

Price per 30 credit module

Tuition fees are subject to annual change. Fees for future years will be published in due course.

Tuition Fee Loan

You can apply for a loan to cover the cost of your tuition fees, which will be paid directly to UEL. There are no up-front fees required. Repayment only starts after you finish your course and are earning over £25,000. If you haven’t finished repaying your loan after 30 years it will automatically be cancelled.

For information visit gov.uk/student-finance

Please note EU students can only apply for their funding using a paper application form.
To download a form visit www.gov.uk/student-finance-forms

We appreciate that finance is one of the key considerations when you're applying to university. That's why alongside your Government loan, you can apply for scholarships to help towards your finances. We've invested over £2 million worth of scholarships to financially assist new students, starting in September 2018. If you're awarded a scholarship you don't need to pay it back.

All students will receive:

 Ebooks

Bursaries Schemes for which you can apply

Care Leaver and Foyer Bursary - up to £1,500

Progression Bursary - up to £2,000

Engagement Bursary - up to £2,000

Hardship Bursary - up to £2,000

Helena Kennedy Foundation - £1,500

Going Global – awards range from £300 - £700

Scholarships Schemes for which you can apply

Vice Chancellor Scholarship - up to £27,750 over three years

Dean Scholarship - up to £13,500 over three years

Civic Engagement Scholarship - £1,000

EU Scholarship (EU Only) - £1,000

ELSEF Scholarsip - £1,000

UTC Scholarship - £1,500

Sports Scholarships - up to £6,000

Team UEL Scholarship - £1,000


There are a number of external organisations that offer financial help to
students. Please see the below list to view additional support options.
Alternatively, you can visit the Scholarship Search website.

Please note that the University of East London is not responsible for
the content of these external sites and is not associated in any way
with the funding schemes and their application processes.

Bank Of England Scholarship Programme

European Funding Guide

The Student Disability Association Fund

Sir John Cass’s Foundation

The Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust

The Newby Trust

Walcot Foundation

Scholarships Search

Some courses offer the option of a placement year, giving you the chance to gain valuable work experience in a relevant industry between your second and third years. If you are an international student on a Tier 4 visa, you are able to undertake a placement if it is an integral and assessed part of your course.

In 2018/19 placement year tuition fees are set at £1,060.

The Student Money Advice and Rights Team (SMART) are here to help you navigate your finances while you're a student at the University of East London.

We can give you advice, information and guidance on government and university funds so that you receive your full funding entitlement.

Email: study@uel.ac.uk

Phone: 020 8223 4444

Tuition fees
EU
£9,250
You don't need to pay this upfront
Tuition fees are subject to annual change. Fees for future years will be published in due course.

Tuition Fee Loan

You can apply for a loan to cover the cost of your tuition fees, which will be paid directly to UEL. There are no up-front fees required. Repayment only starts after you finish your course and are earning over £25,000. If you haven’t finished repaying your loan after 30 years it will be automatically cancelled.

Maintenance Loan

From academic year 2018/19, part-time students can access maintenance loans from Student Finance England.

You can apply for a loan to help with living costs such as food, travel and accommodation.
Part-time students need to study their courses at a rate of at least 25% of an equivalent full-time course in each academic year.

For further information visit gov.uk/student-finance

We appreciate that finance is one of the key considerations when you're applying to university. That's why alongside your Government loan, you can apply for scholarships to help towards your finances. We've invested over £2 million worth of scholarships to financially assist new students, starting in September 2018. If you're awarded a scholarship you don't need to pay it back.

All students will receive
:
 Ebooks

Bursaries Schemes for which you can apply
Hardship Bursary -up to £2,000
Going Global – awards range from £300 - £700

Scholarships Schemes for which you can apply
Civic Engagement Scholarship - £1,000
Sports Scholarships - up to £6,000
Team UEL Scholarship - £1,000



Some courses offer the option of a placement year, giving you the chance to gain valuable work experience in a relevant industry between your second and third years. If you are an international student on a Tier 4 visa, you are able to undertake a placement if it is an integral and assessed part of your course.

In 2018/19 placement year tuition fees are set at £1,060.

There are a number of external organisations that offer financial help to
students. Please see the below list to view additional support options.
Alternatively, you can visit the Scholarship Search website.

Please note that the University of East London is not responsible for
the content of these external sites and is not associated in any way
with the funding schemes and their application processes.

Bank Of England Scholarship Programme

European Funding Guide

The Student Disability Association Fund

Sir John Cass’s Foundation

The Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust

The Newby Trust

Walcot Foundation

Scholarships Search

The Student Money Advice and Rights Team (SMART) are here to help you navigate your finances while you're a student at the University of East London.

We can give you advice, information and guidance on government and university funds so that you receive your full funding entitlement.

Email: study@uel.ac.uk

Phone: 020 8223 4444

Tuition fees
EU
£2,310
price per 30 credit module
Tuition fees are subject to annual change. Fees for future years will be published in due course.

At UEL, we understand that studying in another country is a big financial commitment. If you apply early for an undergraduate, you may be entitled to a scholarship of up to £4,000.You can find out more about the international scholarships here.

The Student Money Advice and Rights Team (SMART) also run an Emergency International Fund to assist international students in hardship.

You can contact our SMART team on 02082233333 or study@uel.ac.uk

As part of the Tier 4 student visa requirements, UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) estimate that you will need £1,265* per month to cover your living costs. It includes expenses for accommodation, food and drink, travel within London, text books, entertainment, clothing, toiletries and laundry. Most Tier 4 students are required to show they have sufficient funds to cover the first nine months of the course before they start- a total of £11,385- in addition to the tuition fees. You can find more information about the specific requirements of the Tier 4 student visa here. The amount that you will spend can vary depending on your lifestyle. The UKCISA International Student Calculator can help you plan and manage your money.

* Please note the Immigration Rules are subject to change and this figure is likely to be increased by UKVI year on year. Please therefore check our ISA pages (www.uel.ac.uk/isa) for more information at the time of preparing your visa application.

Deposits and paying by instalments

International students are required to pay a deposit prior to being issued a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS).

Your remaining balance will be paid in five monthly instalments over your first term. The first of these instalments must be paid when completing your enrolment on arrival at UEL. Please follow the payment instructions here

After the required payment has been made, you will be asked to complete the online International Student Reply Form to confirm your acceptance of our offer and of our terms of admittance and fees policy.

Our International team at UEL are available for advice and guidance on studying in London, fees, scholarships and visa requirements.

Email: international@uel.ac.uk

Tuition fees
International
£11,880
Tuition fees are subject to annual change. Fees for future years will be published in due course.

Entry requirements

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New UCAS Points

From
A Level
Must include passes at A2 in at least 1 subject
From
Btec
Extended Diploma or Diploma
From
International Baccalaureate
Diploma with 24 points including a minimum of 15 points at Higher Level
We would normally expect you to have Grade C in GCSE English and maths (See below for accepted equivalences)

INTERNATIONAL

(Including European Union)

We accept a range of qualifications from across the world. Please see our country pages for information on specific entry requirements for your country.

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Access to HE Diploma (QAA approved) with 60 credits overall and 45 credits at Level 3

We will also consider the UEL New Beginnings pre-entry course

Overall IELTS score of 5.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking (or recognised equivalent).

 If you do not meet the academic English language requirements for your course, you may be eligible to enrol onto a pre-sessional English programme. The length of the course will depend on your current level of English and the requirements for your degree programme. We offer a 5-week and an 11-week pre-sessional course. Find out more here.

Level 2 equivalences such as Level 2 Functional Skills in English / Maths, Level 2 Key Skills in Communication / Application of Number and Level 2 Adult Literacy / Adult Numeracy

As an inclusive university we recognise that applicants who have been out of education for some time may not have the formal qualifications usually required for entry to a course. We welcome applications from those who can demonstrate their enthusiasm and commitment to study and have relevant life/work experience that equips them to succeed on the course. We will assess this from the information provided in your application (particularly your personal statement) and may ask you to attend an interview or submit a piece of work to help us decide on your eligibility for the course. Our pre-entry Information Advice and Guidance Team are able to provide further advice on entry requirements and suitability for study.

You can speak to a member of our Applicant Enquiries team on +44 (0)20 8223 3333, Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Alternatively, you can visit our Information, Advice and Guidance centre. Please click here for details.

What you'll learn

While studying International Development you will ask questions such as: What is poverty? What is the connection between a country’s economy and the wellbeing of its people? How do issues such as inequality, conflict and faith relate to development? What is globalisation and how does it impact on all of our lives?

Our course gives special emphasis to the lived experience of people in the developing world. In doing so, it challenges the assumption that development is a purely economic phenomenon.

In addition to studying theory, you’ll learn about real-world issues in modules such as Human Mobility, Forced Migration and Social Change as well as The Politics of Global Powers and Imperialism Now: Economy, State and War.

In addition, you’ll learn a range of transferable skills that will equip you for future jobs and study in international development, whether in the private, governmental or non-governmental sector.

Many of our students go on to postgraduate study, either at UEL or other world-class institutions. We prepare you for this by introducing you to both qualitative and quantitative research methods while preparing for your final-year dissertation. This is your chance to specialise in an area of real and future interest to you.

What you'll study and when

If you don’t meet the entry requirements for a bachelor’s degree, you can study this course as an ‘extended’ four-year programme. You’ll begin with a foundation year, which will prepare you for a successful transition to the degree course a year later.

By the end of the degree you’ll gain the same qualification as those obtaining direct entry to the course but you’ll take one year longer to complete your studies. 

Key Themes and Debates in Social Sciences (core)
Academic Literacy and Research for Social Scientists (core)
Reading the World as a Social Scientist (core) 
Globalisation and Social Movements (optional)
Who are you? Reading the body Psychosocially (optional)
Game Changers in Sociology (optional)
Crime, Surveillance and Society (optional)

Introduction to Development Studies (core)
This module introduces the key contemporary debates in global development through a multidisciplinary approach covering social, economic, political and historical perspectives.

Introduction to the Political Economy of Development (core)
This module provides students with an introductory understanding of: political economy and development economics as fields of enquiry; the main theoretical approaches and models within political economy/development economics and their relevance to developing economies today; the main issues and debates within contemporary political economy/development economics. Introduction to Political Economy and Development Economics as spheres of study.

International Studies (core)
Introduction to Social Anthropology (core)

Theories of Development and Globalisation (core)
This module provides an in-depth overview and critical analysis of theories of development and globalisation. It relates these theories to the practice of development in terms of macro strategies of social and political change and micro strategies of local participation. It examines how these particularly influence the developing world and how can contemporary globalisation be made to work for the poor. The theoretical milieu of this module includes discourses of colonialism and development, the constructions of the development, underdevelopment and the human development theories. The module also introduces the employability skills for the development sector.

Inequalities, Social Development and Livelihoods (core)
This module conceptualises inequalities, social development, and gender and livelihoods analysis and situates these within broader study of development theory and practice. The discussions focus on social inequalities through gender, race/ethnicity, class, caste, age/ageing, disability and sexuality as well as the role of gender in social development and sustainable livelihoods.

Planning and Fundraising in the Third Sector (optional)
This module will provide you with some of the practical skills needed in Third Sector organisations such as NGOs.  It aims to familiarise you with both mainstream and alternative ideas and practices in the planning and resourcing of social problem-solving in the Third Sector (including social and community enterprises and non-governmental organisations) in UK and international context, and to enable you to use some of these ideas and practices in planning and resourcing a project.

Human Mobility, Forced Migration and Social Change (optional)
International Organisation and Global Governance (optional)
Anthropological Theory (optional)
Research Methods and Dissertation (core)
The module is designed to help students to plan, develop and realise an appropriate, independent research project under relevant subject-specialist supervision and through a process of drafting & revision, grounded in a thorough preparation in methods of study and conceptual formulation, as dictated by the scope and character of the research undertaken. Students are free to consider a wide range of topics focusing on NGOs, CSOs, states, the private sector, or other third sector actors in development, or on the broader discourse of development. Many students focus on a geographical region or a specific country (or part thereof) in order to delimit the scope of their projects.

Imperialism Now: Economy, State and War (optional)
This course studies the current era of wars and occupations in the context of globalization and the resurgence of inter-state rivalries and the dramatic widening of global inequality since the end of the Cold War. The module scrutinises the related discourses of geopolitics, the New World Order, the War on Terror, humanitarianism and the ‘responsibility to protect’ and how they have played themselves out in various conflicts. The historical origins and patterns of war and conflict are revisited throughout the course, especially the rise of monopoly capitalism and the political economy of inter-state competition.

Global Crises (optional)
This course aims to familiarise students with the dynamics, causes and effects of contemporary global crises and review some of the solutions. The main areas of investigation will be: economic and financial crises, environmental crisis, food (in)security, hunger and malnutrition, as well as the crises of sustainability of current property and power relations.

Islam and Society (optional)
This course is a discussion of Islam as a social, cultural and political force in the modern world. It aims to enable students to develop critical understanding of Islamic traditions, institutions and movements in relation to the contemporary development agenda, and to address patterns of prejudice and exclusion vis-a-vis Muslims in the Global North.

Faith and Development (optional)
This course aims to familiarise students with the role of faith in development, in comparison with other dominant non-religious discourses. From the perspective of various religious traditions, the course will explore the unique contributions as well as challenges that faith-based organisations present toward development.

Conflict, Intervention and Development (optional)
This module examines key issues and debates associated with conflicts emerging around the world since the last decade of the 20th century, which are often called complex political emergencies. It engages with the current debates about the notion of the responsibility to protect. In this we critically examine humanitarian assistance and military intervention in specific conflict situations around the world. We will be analysing different forms of intervention with a particular focus on the relationship between development, conflict and emergency relief. Emphasis will be placed on a critical assessment of different forms of intervention in relation to notions of humanitarianism, transitional justice and global community.

Overseas Study Semester (optional)
This course offers students the opportunity to study abroad at a university in a developing country in Term Two of their final year. UEL has links with the American University at Cairo (AUC) but in recent years students have studied in Brazil, Thailand, Turkey and South Africa.  Students may also search appropriate universities with good teaching standards in other developing countries. 

The Politics of Global Powers (optional)
Topics in Regional Ethnography (optional)
Anthropology of Political Economy and Belief (optional)

How you'll be assessed

Depending on which modules you take, your assessments will include coursework essays, collaborative and individual presentations, seen and unseen examinations, reports, portfolios, essay plans and creative work.

Foundation Year Specification Course specification

How you'll learn

From lectures and small group seminars at the University of East London's Docklands campus to studying overseas, the range of opportunities to learn on this course could not be more varied.

You’ll have the chance to learn outside the classroom by getting involved in the work of organisations such as British Overseas NGO for Development (BOND). Four of our students recently attended their annual conference as volunteers and social media coordinators.

We’ll provide you with plenty of opportunities to learn beyond the classroom, including guest lectures, networking events, conferences and workshops.

You’ll be taught by renowned experts in their field such as Dr Rob Ahearne, Senior Lecturer in International Development, who has recently published work on the political economy of natural resources in Tanzania.

He’s currently investigating migration across the Tanzania-Mozambique border and how this might be affected by future oil discoveries in the region.

“Courses such as International Development give our students an informed understanding of the way the world is changing,” says Professor Allaine Cerwonka, Dean of the School of Social Sciences. “They have the chance to be part of the debate about that and to gain experience in an area they’re really interested in."

We offer the course on a full-time basis over three years or over four years part-time. What marks it out as different is the ongoing connection between our alumni and our current students. The University has an active International Student Development Society.

Your future career

The range of careers taken up by our recent graduates – from moving into communications roles within the not-for-profit sector to becoming campaign managers in fundraising agencies – is testament to the variety of the modules we offer as well as to the quality of the teaching you’ll enjoy. 

Among our recent alumni, one University of East London graduate is now the charity coordinator for a large restaurant chain.  Another is working for the World Health Organisation investigating the impact of the Ebola crisis on reproductive health. 

Our course has made a global impact in terms of the number of graduates who have gained the knowledge, confidence and inspiration to set up their own organisations and make a real difference in developing countries. 

The opportunity to take an optional placement will allow you to build up a network of contacts within a sector. This will be an invaluable source of introductions when it comes to finding a job. 

We also organise events each year to introduce you to development specialists and practitioners, including some of our own alumni. This includes a series of international development guest lectures and an annual global studies student conference.

With our worldwide network of knowledge and support to draw upon, you may wish to use your degree as a springboard for postgraduate study at UEL and take advantage of the many research opportunities we offer.

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Meet us in your country

Our international team travel overseas regularly to meet prospective students and attend recruitment fairs. Our academics also give regular lectures overseas and are happy to speak to prospective students. In addition, we have a large worldwide network of advisors who can provide guidance and support with applying to study at the University of East London. 

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