Master's Degree in Africa

Top Masters Programs 2017 in Africa

Master

The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

Earning a Master requires two years of education after earning a Bachelor. This advanced degree may help students to achieve their educational and professional goals, as the rigors of a Master’s program help train students in the skills and knowledge they need to land the career of their dreams.

 

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Master in International Hotel Management

Vatel Switzerland - International Business School Hotel & Tourism Management
Campus Full time 2 - 4  February 2017 Switzerland Martigny

The Master curriculum offers talented students a demanding and challenging combination of academic courses and projects to achieve higher strategical positions in the hospitality industry [+]

Master in International Hotel Management

Today, the hospitality and tourism industry is cosmopolitan and globalized, and therefore scouts for trained and qualified personnel.

The Master Degree in International Hotel and Tourism Management combines a university teaching approach with a professional edge, whose aim is to train operational and higher managers in the field of hospitality with a wide range of equipment and facilities pertaining to international companies. 

This programme prepares students for specialised executive and managerial positions in hospitality and tourism companies. The programme combines cutting-edge management science with traditional know-how in hotel and restaurant management. Course work is reinforced through immediate application of knowledge in practical settings. ... [-]


University of Dundee Master of Education

Stafford
Campus Full time 18  September 2017 United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates Online Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Online Qatar Qatar Online Oman Oman Online Lebanon Lebanon Online Kuwait Kuwait Online Jordan Jordan Online Iran Iran Online Bahrain Bahrain Online Syria Syria Online + 18 more

The Master of Education programme is essential for all professionals who work in an educational setting and wish to enhance their professional learning and improve career progression prospects. Students can tailor the educational experience to suit their individual experience, needs and interests. The programme can be accessed entirely at a distance via the University virtual learning environment. [+]

Benefits The Master of Education programme is essential for all professionals who work in an educational setting and wish to enhance their professional learning and improve career progression prospects. Students can tailor the educational experience to suit their individual experience, needs and interests. The programme can be accessed entirely at a distance via the University virtual learning environment. The programme is accredited by the International Baccalaureate Organisation and by successfully completing the programme participants can register for an IB Advanced Certificate in Teaching and Learning Research, Certificate in Leadership Practice and Advanced Certificate in Leadership Research affording the opportunity of pursuing a career in public, private or international schools across the world. Specialisations Inclusion and Learner Support Nursery/ Early Education Pupil Care and Support International Education Developing Mathematical Thinking Title Master of Education – MEd Awarding Body University of Dundee Mode Blended learning with workshops Duration 18 months (accelerated mode) Entry Requirements The Master of Education is a suite of postgraduate modules in professional development for teachers and professionals who work, have past experience of working, or aspire to work in an educational setting. There are both workplace based and non-workplace based routes through the programme. Workplace based route: Professionals who currently work in an educational setting, and wish to enhance their professional learning and improve career progression prospects. Must have an undergraduate degree (any discipline). If your undergraduate degree was not taught in English, the English Language Requirement is IELTS 6.5 (or equivalent). Non-Workplace based roud: Professionals who have previous work experience (not necessarily current) in an educational setting. Must be a graduate (any discipline). If your undergraduate degree was not taught in English, the English Language Requirement is IELTS 6.5 (or equivalent). Fee USD 13,600 Current equivalent in: USD 13,600 AED 49,956 SAR 51,004 GBP 8,957 Note All fees are payable in USD [-]

Master of International Business Management (IMBA)

Westford School of Management
Campus or Online Full time Part time 12  Open Enrolment United Arab Emirates Sharjah Oman Oman Online Ras Al Khaimah Dubai Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Online Qatar Doha Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Online Qatar Online Malaysia Malaysia Online Bahrain Bahrain Online Singapore Singapore Online Canada Canada Online Fujairah + 21 more

This course is structured in a manner that the learner will receive dual certification, Postgraduate Advanced Diploma in International Business Management, awarded by Cambridge International Qualifications, UK and a Master of International Business Administration awarded by Guglielmo Marconi University, Italy. This MBA is accredited by Ministry of Education, Italy and Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), United States, hence the MBA has dual accreditation from Europe and US.The University also comes under the ENIC NARIC Approved Universities and is recognized worldwide. [+]

Top Master Programs in Africa 2017. Master of International Business Administration, Awarded by Guglielmo Marconi University, Italy. Guglielmo Marconi is a world-class university promoting the use of innovative learning methodologies and an approach based on the development of interdisciplinary knowledge, skills and competences with a particular emphasis on the global perspective. Our diverse community has presently a total number of around 16000 students enrolled in graduate and postgraduate programs, 300 faculty members and an academic advising team made of more than 200 experts. The University Headquarters are situated in the heart of Rome, near the Vatican City but numerous regional and international branches allow both domestic and overseas students to take their final exam and present their thesis dissertation without leaving their own country or state. Guglielmo Marconi University is accredited by the Italian Ministry of Education and is also accredited by ACICS – Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, the largest US accrediting institution linked to the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).This means that GMU Bachelors and Master’s will be valid not only in Europe but also in the United States, giving students new and greater career opportunities in a larger number of countries: ... [-]

Master Tourism Strategies

ESOAD
Online Full time Part time Open Enrolment France France Online Belgium Belgium Online Switzerland Switzerland Online Luxembourg Luxembourg Online Lebanon Lebanon Online Martinique (Fr.) Martinique Online Reunion (Fr.) Reunion Online Guadeloupe (Fr.) Guadeloupe Online Mauritius Mauritius Online Canada Canada Online Algeria Algeria Online Tunisia Tunisia Online Morocco Morocco Online French Guiana French Guiana Online French Polynesia French Polynesia Online + 29 more

The owner of the master is a professional management and tourism polycompétent, which can occur in the animation territories, the montagede tourist projects, the management of a proposed sale or the creation and / or marketing of tourism products. [+]

The owner of the master is a professional management and tourism polycompétent, which can occur in the animation territories, the montagede tourist projects, the management of a proposed sale or the creation and / or marketing of tourism products. It will be able to draw up development strategies in the business, in real situations. . Your Profile Honest, reliable and credible, control management and inter-communications. Acquire the following skills: Measure customer satisfaction and to propose possible remedial measures Characterize the main structures of tourism organizations and identifierles main factors of evolution of these structures Define the information and highlight its role as decision making Ensure the creation of tourism products or services Develop a product presentation file? Launch a product on the market Master the accounting and financial management aspects of a product Program Structure Tourist Management Strategies - Master I UC A4 / 5 - Companies, competition and Europe: UC B4 - European Living Language UC D41.1 - General knowledge of Tourist Business UC D41.2 - HR Management and Organizations UC D42 - Mission or Project Professional: Tourist Management Strategies - Master II UC B5 - European Living Language UC D51 - Management of Tourist Companies UC D52 - Environment and tourism development UCD 53 - Professional thesis Training A probationary period lasting 6 to 12 weeks is achievable, but nonobligatoire. Candidates not having the opportunity to do an internship can support their memory on theoretical work. In this case, memory is determined leprojet your reference teacher. [-]

Master of Public Administration

Management College Of Southern Africa MANCOSA
Campus Full time 18  February 2017 South Africa Durban

The Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree is a highly regarded programme providing postgraduate training for employees in the public sector and the non-government organisation (NGO) sectors. [+]

Top Master Programs in Africa 2017. Master of Public Administration Programme Code: SAQA-98825 – NQF level 9 – Credits 180 The Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree is a highly regarded programme providing postgraduate training for employees in the public sector and the non-government organisation (NGO) sectors. It seeks to blend a traditional Master’s level qualification with the practical skills needed for the public sector environment. The Master of Public Administration degree programme also offers students a wealth of relevant knowledge and skills required for a rapidly developing state in Africa. The programme will provide access to higher education to people who choose careers in the field of public management, commerce and business management and provide a vertical articulation pathway from the existing MANCOSA Bachelor of Public Administration and Bachelor of Public Administration Honours programmes. The Master of Public Administration programme is varied in its content and style and is academically challenging and stimulating as an NQF level 9 qualification. The MPA examines the inter-relationship between public, private and non-governmental sectors, where relevant, and particularly focuses on the new public management context which emphasises issues such as good governance and administration. The MPA brings together a select and relatively small group of students from a range of nationalities and with different experiences, together with academics and adjunct academics with extensive experience of working in the public sector. Outcomes The MANCOSA MPA Programme: Enable individuals to become specialists in public administration by gaining in-depth, conceptual and contextual (technical) knowledge in a complex area of study. Provide South Africa (and other countries) with graduates who can synthesise information autonomously in specialised fields of study in order to provide public sector leadership; managers who can deal with contradictions and evaluate complex problems independently. Provide South Africa (and other countries) with professionals who can demonstrate specialised leadership, self-awareness and adaptability, and play an innovative role as leaders in the public sector. Programme Structure Duration: 1.5 years Year 1 Semester 1 Public Policy Development Analysis Strategic Public Sector Governance Research Methodology and Applied Statistical Techniques Semester 2 Public Administration and Development Management Theory Advanced Financial Management in the Public Sector Programme Planning and Project Management Year 2 Elective: Choose 1 module: Public Sector Leadership and Change Management Professional Ethics for Public Service Managers Development Economics Human Resource Management in the Public Sector Sustainability and Disaster Management Dissertation An Honours Degree or Postgraduate Diploma; or A Bachelors NQF level 8 degree; and Five years working experience, of which two years are in a supervisory/managerial capacity. It is possible in exceptional circumstances to gain entry to the programme on the basis of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). For further information on this alternative admissions route, contact a student consultant at Mancosa [GSB]. [-]

Erasmus+ Master in International Health

Royal Tropical Institute (KIT)
Online & Campus Combined Full time September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

The Erasmus+ Master in International Health blended programme is a one year full time programme that requires you to only be 3 months away from home. It consists of three months core course at KIT after which advanced modules and thesis are done by e-learning at KIT in Amsterdam, Queen Margaret University, and Bergen University. [+]

Do you want to study a master’s programme but are you not able to leave your job or home for a year? This new master’s programme given by KIT, University of Bergen and Queen Margaret University offers an ideal solution so you can benefit from a balanced blended teaching programme which is given partly on location and partly by innovative distance learning methods. The Erasmus+ blended master programme is a one year full time programme that requires you to only be 3 months away from home. It consists of three months core course at KIT after which advanced modules and thesis are done by e-learning at the three institutes. The Erasmus+ Master in International Health has a special focus on Human Resources for Health in Low and Middle income countries. The programme is taken in the following order: A. Core Course (20 ECTS) KIT (Royal Tropical Institute): Netherlands Course in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (on location, Amsterdam) B. Advanced Modules (20 ECTS) KIT (Royal Tropical Institute): Human Resources for Health (e-learning) Queen Margaret University: Emerging challenges in the Global health Workforce (e-learning) University of Bergen: Applied economic evaluation in Health Care (e-learning) Queen Margaret University: Research Design and Proposal Writing (e-learning) C. Thesis (20 ECTS) KIT (Royal Tropical Institute): Thesis (supervision from a distance) Detailed course programme A. Core course The core course, Netherlands Course in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (NTC), takes place on location at KIT in Amsterdam, the Netherlands from 12 September- 16 December 2016. This course covers the basics on a wide range of topics that participants need to follow the advanced modules and complete their thesis. The course consists of 5 modules: introduction, determinants of health, health problems, basic research methods and health systems. For a more detailed description see: The Netherlands Course in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (NTC) . Collaborating institutes in Erasmus+ Erasmus+ is a collaboration with the Institute for Global Health and Development (IGHD, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh), Royal Tropical Institute (KIT, Amsterdam) and the Centre for International Health (University of Bergen). We deliver innovative e-learning and teaching through strategic partnerships in Global Health Education. By blending face to face learning with e-learning and creating access to high quality digital content across the institutions in Scotland, the Netherlands and Norway, we are able to offer an effective training in line with needs of many mid career professionals that are unable to leave home for one year full time. Scholarships There are a limited number of Erasmus Scholarships available for this programme. For more information about this programme and scholarship visit our website or contact us by e-mail. [-]

CLE Master program in European Literary Cultures

Erasmus Mundus Master Course in European Literary Cultures
Campus Full time September 2017 Italy Bologna France Mulhouse Strasbourg Greece Thessaloniki Senegal Dakar Fann + 7 more

The CLE Master’s program teaches students how to manage the manifold aspects of the European scene, offering them a multicultural education along three main methodological lines: [+]

Top Master Programs in Africa 2017. About CLE The program seeks to provide a high quality preparation reflecting the multicultural aspects of Europe. The CLE Master Course is a program devoted to improving the quality of European Higher Education and strengthening intercultural communication. The programme encourages and supports: cooperation as well as student, scholar and staff exchange among universities; the worldwide promotion of the image of the European Union as a space of academic excellence; communication between university and cultural institutions and enterprises (Museums, Publishers, Foundations) as well as public and private companies; better career opportunities for its graduates and access to the international workforce. The CLE Master Course aims at providing international students with excellent T-shaped skills in: at least three European languages (English – mandatory, two other languages among French, Italian and Greek); at least three domains of European culture and thought (Literature, Art, Cultural History, Ethics and Aesthetics, Science of Language). The CLE Master Course is a two-year full-time academic program. At the end of the two-year program, after defending their Master’s thesis before an international committee, CLE students receive a multiple diploma issued by the universities of the consortium where they spent at least one semester. The language in which the courses are offered may vary according to the University providing them. Over the years, many additional activities (seminars, conferences, workshops, language courses) have been entrusted to highprofile scholars/guest lecturers. The CLE intends to maintain and reinforce this successful collaboration pattern. Participating universities : Alma Mater Studiorum, Università di Bologna, ITALIA Université de Haute-Alsace (Mulhouse), FRANCE Université de Strasbourg, FRANCE Aristoteleion Panepistimion Thessaloniki, ELLAS Université Cheikh Anta Diop (Dakar), SÉNÉGAL Objectives The CLE Master’s program teaches students how to manage the manifold aspects of the European scene, offering them a multicultural education along three main methodological lines: Cultural education in at least three domains of the European thought, ranging from literature to history and language sciences. High-level European languages education, complementing in-class with on-site practice in at least two countries of the consortium. Dynamic education thanks to his programme of international exchange. The CLE Master’s programme wants to train dynamic and critical experts in the humanities, with a good awareness of country-specific problems and the ability to make competent decisions, relying on their rich cultural baggage. Skill-based education intended to prepare the students to meet the needs of the job market. The CLE Master’s programme offers several complementary activities (seminars with international scholars and professionals) aiming to improve at best its student’s skills and to promote the employability. Therefore, the CLE Master also includes a one-week workshop studied to implement its student’s competencies and creativity as well as their knowledge of the job market. Academic competence Students who obtain the Master degree in European Literary Cultures should possess a level of competence which corresponds to the “second cycle descriptor level” of the Tuning Project for European Studies. They should be able: to interpret events, developments and EU policies in national, regional and local areas (through units 1 and 3 of the program); to use different disciplinary methodologies in a complementary way (through Units 1, 2 and 3); to develop a guided research project (through units 1 and 2) and to work independently (with the unit 4), to understand and interpret EU policies (through Unit 3) to understand and interpret ideas and concepts from Europe and European integration (through units 1 and 3) to communicate in several international languages, using appropriate terminology (through Unit 2 and Mobility required) to move in different countries and possess good attitudes of cultural understanding (thanks to the mobility requirement). As far as educational goals are concerned, a masters graduate from this program should: know at least three eurorean languages (English, French, and Italian and/or Greek, depending on the mobility chosen); know the different methodologies of literary studies (national literatures, comparative literature, literature and computer science etc.); be able to develop a comprehensive bibliography, a research record and a research paper on a topic concerning European literature; know at least three areas of methodologies (eg, history of literature, textual analysis, history, art history, history of ideas etc..) to analyze the production of European culture in depth; know the history and culture of Europe in order to contextualize the literary production in the broader context of European cultural history. Career Opportunities The main career perspectives for CLE graduates are: Doctoral research focused on European literature and cultures. The European Doctorate in Higher Education (DESE), «Les Littératures de l’Europe unie» is structured to develop the Master Erasmus Mundus CLE objectives. A career in the European cultural institutions or local authorities involving a cultural program (development and international exhibitions, the development and management of cultural exchange programs; development of cultural contents in various types of associations). Therefore the CLE Master's program encourages students contacts and collaboration with several institutions such as linguistic and cultural centers, foundations, museums and publishers. A career in the private sector, requiring book-related skills (translations, philological editions) or multicultural skills (cultural mediation, social responsibility agenda), journalism, literary criticism, radio or tv broadcasting, copyediting, public relations. For this reason, the CLE Master’s Program includes several occasions for its students to meet, discuss and collaborate with professionals of these various sectors. There is a very good employability of CLE graduated students in PhD and cultural institutions or enterprises. Here are the results of CLE survey about their position after graduation in the job market from 2010 until 2014. It shows that the 35% carried on their activity in PhD and the 65% found a position in: teaching, management, translation, intercultural relations, media and communication, freelance, art. [-]

Advanced Master in Strategy and Management of International Business

ESSEC Business School
Campus Full time 12 - 15  September 2017 France Cergy-Pontoise

The Advanced Master in Strategy and Management of International Business is a full-time, intensive and comprehensive program. [+]

A word from the Academic Director "Being SMIB is not only a label that you get when joining the academic programme. It is a real mindset, attitude and way of living that will stick to you all along the years. I can assert this, not only as the appointed Academic Director of the programme, but also as a former SMIB myself. This would be the summary of this SMIB-spirit: business-oriented, open-minded, bold and authentic. Being open-minded is not an advertising catch phrase for the SMIB programme. We really live diversity in our daily life: when on campus, through the various nationalities represented in the programme; when on business trips; when at work, through the many chosen expatriation paths that SMIBs are in… So how do we do it? Simply because our focus is on excellence, in whatever we do. And to be excellent, one needs emotional, cultural, theoretical and practical intelligence. So if you are not fully convinced, read on!" Anne-Flore Maman Larraufie (PhD), Academic Director of the MS SMIB Why should I do the MS SMIB? Get ready to join the global job market with this internationally focused programme, which includes: core courses taught 100% in English a choice of specialised track offered at all corners of the globe with 3 leading partner universities each with a specific career goal in mind an international field trip the possibility to learn French and Mandarin as a foreign language an in-company project to be carried out anywhere in the world the chance to mix with a very diverse student class and teaching faculty Academic Requirements Core coursesWhatever track you decide to follow, rest assured that you will not be thrown in at the deep-end but first be able to gain all the necessary knowledge and skills via the fundamental and core courses. You will start the year with team building and cover the following topics taught in professional and dynamic formats including interactive seminars, simulation games and workshops: geopolitics and cross-cultural issues micro and macroeconomics strategy (building, marketing & management) corporate finance (reporting, analysis & strategy) competitive intelligence business law Study trips A one-week study trip is included in the programme and is the perfect opportunity for you to meet with local based companies and professionals. Depending on the destination - which changes each year - you will be able to discover a wide range of sectors and delve into local issues.In the past few years, students have visited Geneva, San Francisco, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Milan, Ho Chi Minh, Miami, London and Shanghai. You will be able to apply the theories and skills you have picked up and built on during the academic part of the programme in your field project, which is also where 45% of graduates end up getting their first permanent contract. Another 26% go straight into full time employment at the end of the academic time instead of embarking on an internship. Examples of companies hiring last year’s SMIB interns and graduates: Christian Dior Couture, Tag Heuer Orange Sodexo Asia Pacific SAP Veolia Japan Airbus Natixis, Société Générale Sanofi, Ipsen, GE Medical Systems Roland Berger KPMG [-]

Master in International Service Management

Stenden University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time Part time 14  September 2017 Netherlands Leeuwarden + 1 more

Do you have a service-minded attitude, are you critical and curious? Are you looking for the best possible preparation for a successful career in the hospitality industry? If this describes you, you'll find that this Master's degree in International Hospitality and Service Management is perfect for you! [+]

Top Master Programs in Africa 2017. Do you have a service-minded attitude, are you critical and curious? Are you looking for the best possible preparation for a successful career in the hospitality industry? If this describes you, you'll find that this Master's degree in International Hospitality and Service Management is perfect for you! Best Rated Master in Hospitality in the Netherlands according to the 2016 edition of the Dutch Master’s programme information guide Keuzegids Master’s Earn a dual degree and get a Dutch Master of Arts (MA) and British Master of Science (MSc) in 14 months. Option to acquire practical work experience on management level at the 4-star Stenden Hotel. Post-graduate internship opportunities in the United States, the Netherlands, Australia, South America and Spain. Our partner University of Derby, UK, is ranked nr. 1 in the Guardian University League 2015 in Hospitality, Tourism and Events education. Career A Master’s degree in International Hospitality and Service Management prepares you for a successful career in the service or hospitality industry. This industry is growing at a tremendous pace with an expected increase of more than 30% of jobs worldwide by 2022. The hospitality industry is undergoing constant change, not least driven by shifting customer demands. These changes add to the complexity of the role of hospitality manager, and as a highly skilled graduate of this course you will be in high demand at a variety of companies all over the world. Strategic job As a hospitality and service management professional, you will have an interesting job in a dynamic and exciting industry. You will be trained for a strategic management position, managing all aspects of the services provided. You will help develop the organisational structure, strategies, processes and corporate culture from the customer’s perspective. Careers Careers open to you after graduation include: Sales and Marketing Manager General Manager Head of Research & Development Corporate Policy Advisor Event Manager About the MA course The Master of Arts (MA) programme in International Hospitality and Service Management introduces you to key concepts such as service, hospitality, service concepts and customer satisfaction, as well as covering areas as diverse as sustainability, globalisation and working with multicultural teams. You will be trained as a specialist in these areas over a 14-month period, taking four 10-week modules. You can extend your education with an international internship or acquire real-life work experience during your studies at the Stenden Hotel, a 4-star property owned and operated by the Stenden and used as a training venue for its students. You will attend classes based on a variety of teaching methods, including seminars, workshops, lectures, presentations, group assignments and guest lectureships. About MSc course Stenden offers the option to accomplish a Dual Degree. In addition to the MA programme you can enrol for a Master of Science International Hospitality and Service Management issued by the University of Derby. A great opportunity to expand your international network. What to expect? Lecturers from the University of Derby will regularly visit Stenden University of Applied Sciences (NL) to conduct lectures and seminars with Masters students in preparation for the field visit. Two week study trip to the University of Derby (UK) - students will be able to visit the UK and participate in an intensive two week workshop schedule at the University of Derby. Lectures will be conducted using a variety of classrom based activities as well as venturing into the heart of the Peak District National Park to build operational skills such as communications and team work. Accommodation has been arranged for all students to stay within the University campus's Halls of Residence. Transportation and acommodation costs for this excursion are included in the tuition fee. Masters students at Stenden University of Applied Science have access to resources at the University of Derby, including library services for academic studies, and the industrial placement office, which can help to advise and direct students to prospective future placements and employers around the world. Both MA and the MSc incorporate exciting electives including Managing Events Organisations. Module 1 Principles of Hospitality You will learn about the fundamentals of International Hospitality and Service Management and the theory behind concepts such as hospitality, quality of service, and customer satisfaction. You will acquire research skills and find a research topic for your thesis, which should concern a current management issue in the hospitality industry. Module 2 From theory to practice This module teaches you how to apply your theoretical knowledge of services to your work as a manager. You will explore how you can improve service levels within an organisation and analyse business processes. You will also learn about the whys and wherefores of sustainable value creation and develop hospitality concepts. At the end of your course, you will write a research proposal. If you would like to acquire additional practical experience, you can spend this period as an intern at the School’s own Stenden Hotel. If you have opted for the Master of Science programme, this starts in this module. Module 3 Personal development You study strategic and customer-oriented personnel policy. You will also learn the specifics of the hospitality industry which has influence on the strategy for human resource management. Furthermore you will discover the financial side of your future management position and will collect data to conduct your research. If you choose to participate in an additional internship, you will spend this period working at the Stenden Hotel. The Master of Science programme will finish during this module. Module 4 Final stage You will discover the finer points of strategic and customer-oriented HR policy and learn how specific features of the hospitality industry affect an organisation’s human resource management strategy. You complete the course by writing a thesis based on your research. Research You will be attending lectures and seminars and undertake research projects at the Academy of International Hospitality Research, the Stenden Hotel Management School’s own research centre. In order to share research data and knowledge within the education system and the professional field, this research centre employs both a large team of researchers and three lecturers. The main domains are: Hospitality Studies: UAS Professor Conrad Lashley Sustainability in Hospitality and Tourism: UAS Professor Elena Cavagnaro Innovation in Hospitality: UAS Professor Sjoerd Gehrels International post-graduate internship If you would like to acquire additional experience and increase your chances of an international career, you can choose to do an additional internship in the United States, the Netherlands, Australia, South America or Spain. You can take part in this internship immediately after earning your Master’s degree. Accreditations and quality labels The Master’s programme in International Hospitality and Service Management has received the following accreditations and quality labels: Triple 'good' rating by the Accrediation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO) International Centre of Excellence in Tourism & Hospitality (THE-ICE) Stenden Hotel Management School was awarded the ECA Certificate for Quality in Internationalisation as the first institution in the Netherlands and first hotel management school in Europe. Admission requirements You require a Bachelor’s degree to be admitted to the International Hospitality and Service Management programme. If you do not hold a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Business, Management, Hospitality, Tourism, Leisure Studies or a related course but would like to enrol in the Master’s programme in Service Management, please send an email to masters@stenden.com. Your application will be assessed on individual merits. A personal interview is part of the application process. English Language Requirements All applicants for a Master programme at Stenden require to submit an English proficiency test with their application. Exceptions are made for students who have completed their Bachelor degree entirely in English language at an accredited institution. Stenden University of Applied Sciences accepts three kinds of official language tests: IELTS, TOEFL and the Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English. Academic IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.0 for each skill). TOEFL 550 (paper based), 213 (computer based) and 80 (internet based). Original test results must be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service to Stenden. The TOEFL institution code for Stenden is 9215. Cambridge ESOL score CAE-C. Degree Single degree: Master of Arts (MA) in International Hospitality & Service Management Dual award: Master of Arts (MA) in International Hospitality&Service Management plus a Master of Science (MSc) International Hospitality & Service Management awarded by the University of Derby [-]

Faculty of Engineering

Enugu State University of Science and Technology - ESUT
Campus Full time March 2017 Nigeria Enugu

The Department of Civil Engineering offers graduate courses leading to the award of Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Civil Engineering; Masters of Engineering (M.Eng) in Structures and Geotechnical Engineering; and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Structures and Geotechnical Engineering degrees. [+]

Faculty of Engineering Agricultural & Bioresource Engineering Admission Requirement: Applicants will normally be accepted under the general regulation of the school of Post-graduate studies. 1.Postgraduate Diploma: Applicant should posses HND in Agric Engineering or related field with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 on 5 point scale and 2.0 on 4 point scale, a minimum of pass degree in agricultural Engineering, agricultural mechanization and other engineering disciplines in ESUT or from any recognized university. 2.Masters Degree: Applicant for the M.Eng degree must have normally received at least a good second class honour degree in Agricultural Engineering at ESUT or any recognized University. 3.Doctorate Degree: The admission requirement for the Ph.D program is a good M.Eng or M.Sc degree in Agricultural Engineering. Programme Requirement 1.Postgraduate Diploma: The programme is by course work and a research project. The course work may include undergraduate course for students who are deficient. Every candidate is required to register full time and shall pass all the courses required for the programme as presented in the list of PGD courses below. 2.Masters Degree: The programme is done by course work of a minimum of 27 credit hours in addition to research work to be presented in a project report. Candidates may register for full-time or part-time study. 3.Doctorate Degree: The programme is done by comprehensive research work to be embodied in a written thesis. The research work is supplemented with course-work of a minimum of 12 credit hours. The result of the research findings is to be reported in thesis to be written and presented by the Ph.D student. Programme Duration 1.Post-Gradute Diploma: Programme duration for PGD is four (4) semesters and the curriculum in each programme is outlined into 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th semester. 2.Masters Degree: The M. Eng. degree programme shall last a minimum of 12 continuous calendar months for full-time and 18 months for part-time. 3.Doctorate Degree: The Minimum duration for the Ph.D degree is 3 calendar years for regular programmes and 5 year for part-time students. Chemical Engineering Admission Requirements Graduates of Enugu State University of Science and Technology or former ASUTECH or graduates from other approved Universities acceptable to Senate who hold a minimum of a pass degree in Chemical Engineering or a minimum of second class honour degree in a related field, are eligible to apply. Candidates who possess HND or its equivalent with a minimum of upper credit pass in Chemical Engineering are also eligible to apply. Candidates who possess HND with lower credit with five (5) years experience can also apply. All candidates must have five credit passes including English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry at O' level. Mode of Study The programme shall be by course work with research project .The course work may include undergraduate courses for students who are deficient in them. There is provision for full-time and part-time study depending on vacancy. Every candidate is required to state clearly the required mode. Duration of PGD Programme Full-time: Minimum of four (4) Semesters and a maximum of six (6) Semesters Part-time: Minimum of six (6) Semesters and a maximum of eight (8) Semesters Examination and Assessment of the candidate's work There shall be no supplementary (or re-sit) Examination. A candidate who fails any course has only one chance to register and retake the course at the next opportunity when the course shall become available The level of performance in any PG examination will be assessed according to the following grading system. Civil Engineering Introduction The Department of Civil Engineering offers graduate courses leading to the award of Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Civil Engineering; Masters of Engineering (M.Eng) in Structures and Geotechnical Engineering; and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Structures and Geotechnical Engineering degrees. Philosophy The postgraduate program in Civil Engineering is designed to meet the growing need for Civil Engineering professionals that have the scientific and practical competence to contribute to the infrastructural development of a fast growing and increasingly modernizing society. Nigeria cannot develop into a competitive modern society without the upgrading of her infrastructure, a major part of which are Civil Engineering structures. The need for specialists and professionals competent in advanced areas of Civil Engineering analysis and design is therefore very obvious in the emerging Nigerian society. The public and private sectors of the economy need an injection of such professionals and the Department is committed to producing them. Objectives and Scope of the programme The postgraduate program in Civil Engineering covers at present the following areas of specialization (for the M. Eng. and PhD programs that have areas of specialization) - Structural Engineering and Geotechnical Engineering. The program aims at training personnel in advanced and specialist fields within these areas of specialization. The program includes lectures, field trips and laboratory work on one hand, and guided research leading to the preparation of theses, reports and dissertations on particular topics within the student's area of specialization. Post Graduate Diploma in Engineering (PGD) Degree The Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering Program of the Department of Civil Engineering is geared towards meeting the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) minimum academic standard for postgraduate diploma in Civil Engineering. The program is planned to provide a bridge for HND holders in Civil Engineering (Engineering Technologists) who desire to obtain an equivalent Bachelor's degree; B. Eng. (Civil Engineering) graduates that had third class or lower grades that desire to correct their deficiencies and possibly be eligible for M.Eng. programs; and B.Sc. graduates in allied fields that desire to make up for an equivalent B.Eng. degree in Civil Engineering. The program has a two academic years (4 Semesters) duration. Admission Requirements All candidates must have five Credit passes including English language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and any other Science subject at O'level. 1.Post Graduate Diploma HND with minimum of Upper credit in Computer/Electronics Engineering or Computer Technology from a recognized Polytechnic B.Sc/B.Eng degree in Computer/Electronics Engineering with a minimum of third class degree from a recognized University. 2.Master's Degree Programmes M.Eng Programme:The entry requirement for the M.Eng Degree programme is at least a good second class degree with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 on a five point Scale in Computer/Electronics from a recognized degree awarding institution. Such a candidate is expected to have obtained the minimum University entry requirements. HND holders in Computer Engineering/ Electronics Engineering will be required to register for PGD in the first instance and on successful completion of that with good result, may proceed to the M.Eng degree programme. 3.Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) At least a completed Master's degree programme with a minimum CGPA of 3.50 on a five point scale in Computer/Electronics Engineering, from any recognized University. The full time PhD degree programme runs for 6 semesters (minimum), while the part time option runs for 8 semesters (minimum). PhD Software Engineering In addition to the above requirements, programming skill in at least one high-level programming language preferably C++, C# or JAVA and all M.Eng (software Engineering) course requirements apply. Philosophy To inculcate in the students the ideals and the significance of the engineering discipline in general and computer engineering in particular in national development with a view to providing the much needed quality manpower in computer engineering, instrumentation and control, information and communication technology, computer utilization, including computer maintenance and management. Aims and Objectives The principal objective of the Department of Computer Engineering is the training of engineers who are not only capable of meeting the challenges in the Nigerian Computer Industry but also capable of being job-creators instead of job seekers. It therefore emphasizes a sound knowledge of engineering principles coupled with high practical and innovative ability to shoulder a broad spectrum of engineering responsibilities. To this end the courses offered in the department are designed to provide the educational training and skills necessary for understanding, planning, designing, operating, and maintaining the various processes and operations involved in the modern computer industry. In addition to the teaching programmes, the department encourages research and development work by the students and the academic staff. This area is taken very seriously by this department in view of our present economic problems and lack of maintenance of numerous and sophisticated machines from overseas dumped into this country. Students are therefore encouraged to develop indigenous computers and computer based solutions which are appropriate for our specific needs and environment. They are likewise encouraged to design, assemble and construct the equipment needed for their research projects. Emphasis is placed on the design and implementation of microprocessor-based and micro computer-based control systems, in order to afford students the opportunity to work with units, which approximate those used in the industry. To keep up with advances in this discipline and ensure that these objectives are met, the department constantly updates its programme. This ensures that graduates of the department are properly positioned to meet demands of modern-day cutting-edge computer technology. Electrical & Electronics Engineering Admission Requirements The criteria for admission into the Postgraduate Engineering programmes are as follows: Basic Requirements All candidates must have five Credit passes including English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry O'Level. 1.Postgraduate Diploma, PGD A graduate from a recognized University with at least a pass degree or a holder of a minimum of Upper Credits in the Higher National Diploma HND, from a recognized institution. Holders of the HND at Lower Units with a minimum of give (5) years post-qualification relevant experience maybe considered. 2.Master of Engineering (M.Eng) A candidate with a first degree in relevant Engineering discipline form a recognized University with minimum of a Second Class Lower Division may be admitted provided the University Matriculation requirement is satisfied. A candidate with an Upper Credit Pass in the Postgraduate Diploma (PGD), in a relevant Engineering discipline, from a recognized University may also be admitted to a Masters Degree Programme provided the University Matriculation requirements are satisfied. 3.Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) A candidate with a Master of Engineering Degree with a minimum CGPA of 3.3 on a 5 point scale from a recognized University may be admitted. 4.Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degree A candidate who holds a Masters Degree, with a minimum of CGPA of 3.5 on a 5-point scale or average of 60%, which includes coursework and research thesis in a relevant Engineering discipline, from a recognized University may be admitted provided the University Matriculation requirements are satisfied. Mandatory Duration of Programme A uniform duration for the programme for all Universities, making allowance for minor individual university variation shall be adopted as follows: 1. Postgraduate Diploma Programme Full-time: Minimum of four (4) semesters and a maximum of six (6) semesters. Part-time: Minimum of six (6) semesters and a maximum of eight (8) semesters. 2.Masters Degree Programme Full-time: A minimum of three (3) semesters and a maximum of six (6) semesters. Part-time: A minimum of four (4) semesters and a maximum of eight (8) semesters. 3.Doctorate Degree Programme Full-time: A minimum of six (6) semesters and a maximum of twelve (12) semesters. Part-time: A minimum of eight (8) semesters and a maximum of sixteen (16) semesters. Mechanical & Production Engineering Philosophy The founding father of the university conceived unique university that must be closely related to the larger society, its industry and above all serve all a catalyst in the technological advancement of the people. The emphasis in the programme is to develop and offer academic and professional programs leading to the award of pos graduate degree and diploma to person who attain the standard prescribed by the university and have in all other respects satisfied the conditions and requirement laid down or other wise approved by the university. Objectives The main objectives of postgraduate studies in the University system is to further develop the spirit of enquiry in the graduate students through training in research in an atmosphere of intellectual independence and individual creativity combined with a strong sense of team work. In pursuit of this objective, teachers and students constitute of single team in a well defined and purposeful endeavour of human development. Following closely to this objective is the fostering, through instruction of a deeper understanding of elementary concepts and an increasing ability to apply fundamental ideas to new problems in the graduate student. The student in the postgraduate school must realize quite early that his/her intellectual growth and sub sequent successes are directly related to the depth of his/her command of basic principles and his/her ability to apply those principles. It is true that graduate studies are usually associated with a high degree of specialization; nevertheless such specialization must be achieved in the context of extending mental horizons, producing new orientations, and developing a depth of understanding in the relevant disciplines. Within the context of the above general objectives, Postgraduate Studies must pursue two particular objectives which are both academic and practical in orientation. Thus, they must seek to: provide training in research for those whose future careers will lie in teaching and research at University level, and for those who many have to operate in research and development environments in the public or private sectors, e.g. in government, commercial and industrial concerns; and Provide both short and long-term training facilities aimed at improving and upgrading the existing and potential high level manpower needed for planning, implementing and reviewing national development plans as well as improved productivity and performance in the private sector. Registration Requirement and Procedure A candidate may register for full-time or a part-time programme as applicable. Members of the department, including teaching staff and research follows who posses the necessary qualifications may be admitted for part-time study only. Admission Requirements All applicants must satisfy that admission requirement of the school of postgraduate studies. Only the graduates of Enugu State University of Science and Technology or of any other approved University acceptable to senate who possess a minimum of a third class degree in Mechanical engineering or minimum of second class honours in related filed, are eligible to apply. Candidates who posses the H.N.D or its equivalent with a minimum of upper credit level pass in mechanical engineering are also eligible to apply. Mode of Study The academic programme will be by course work and a supervised project. The diploma programme may be pursued on full or part-time basis. Duration of the programme The programme duration for the PGD is four semesters and the Curriculum in the programme is outlined into first, second, third, and fourth semesters respectively. Metallurgical & Materials Engineering Admission Requirements The criteria for admission into the Postgraduate Programmes in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering are as follows: Basic Requirements: All candidates must have five Credit passes including English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry O' level. 1.Postgraduate Diploma PGD. A graduate from a recognized University with at least a pass degree or a holder of a minimum of upper Credits in the Higher National Diploma HND, from a recognized institution. Holders of the HND at lower Units with a minimum of five (5) years post-qualification relevant experience may be considered. 2.Masters Degree. A candidate with a first degree in a relevant Engineering discipline from a recognized University with minimum of a second class lower division may be admitted provided the University matriculation requirement is satisfied. A candidate with an upper credit pass in the Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in a relevant Engineering discipline, from a recognized University may also be admitted to a Masters Degree Programme provided the University matriculation requirement is satisfied. 3.Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Degree. A candidate who holds a Masters degree, with a minimum CGPA of 3.50 on a 5-point scale or an average of 60% which includes coursework and research thesis in a relevant Engineering discipline, from a recognized university may be admitted provided the university matriculation requirement is satisfied. Completion of programme. Each department shall specify all additional prerequisites for completion of the programme. Mandatory Duration of Programmes. A uniform duration for the programme for all universities, making allowance for minor individual university variation shall be adopted as follows: 1.Postgraduate Diploma Programme Full-time: Minimum of four(4) semester and a maximum of six (6) semesters. Part-time: Minimum of six (6) semesters and a maximum of eight semesters. 2.Masters Degree Programme Full-time: A minimum of three (3) semesters and a maximum of six (6) semesters Part-time: A minimum of four(4) semesters and a maximum of eight (8) semester. 3.Ph.D Programme Full-time: A minimum of six (6) semesters and a maximum of twelve 12 semesters. Part-time: A minimum of eight (8) semesters and a maximum of sixteen (16) semesters. [-]

MEd Educational Technology

University of Nairobi
Campus Full time January 2017 Kenya Nairobi

To meet the ever rising demand for Educational Technologists, the Department of Educational Communication and Technology has developed a Master of Education in Educational Technology. [+]

Top Master Programs in Africa 2017. To meet the ever rising demand for Educational Technologists, the Department of Educational Communication and Technology has developed a Master of Education in Educational Technology. Technology is ubiquitous touching every part of our lives, our communities and our homes, yet its application lags behind within school system in Kenya. Given the cordial relationship with stakeholders, this course has the potential to train lecturers, quality assurance officers, technology champions and experts to provide leadership in efficient integration of technology in the education system in Kenya. This Programme shall equip learners to: Acquire advanced knowledge and skills in Educational Technology. Examine critically issues and challenges in Educational technology. Develop competence for conducting research in Educational Technology. Apply theories and principles of pedagogy in the adoption of Technology in Education Acquire skills in training of educational technology practitioners. Design and produce Instructional materials Admission Requirements The common regulations for the Master’s degrees in the University of Nairobi and the School of Education shall apply. A holder of Bachelor of Education degree with at least Upper Second Class honours degree of the University of Nairobi or its equivalent qualification recognized by the Senate. A holder of any other Bachelor’s degree of the University of Nairobi with at least an upper second class honours and postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) of the University of Nairobi or equivalent qualification recognized by the Senate. A holder of lower second class degree in education obtained from the University of Nairobi and three years teaching experience or any other equivalent qualification recognized by the Senate. A holder of a pass degree in Education from the University of Nairobi and five years teaching experience or any other qualification recognized by the Senate. A bachelor’s degree in relevant fields with Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE). [-]

Master French Language

West Catholic University - Université Catholique de l’Ouest
Campus Full time September 2017 France Angers

The objective of this master is to enable students to acquire theoretical and practical skills in teaching French as a foreign language. [+]

TRAINING OBJECTIVES The objective of this master is to enable students to acquire theoretical skills and teaching practices of French as a foreign language - exercise the teaching profession - ensuring educational activity and supervision of trainers - build teaching French as a foreign language materials at the national or international level. + THE TRAINING - A professional training with an internship (2 to 5 months) in France or abroad - Interventions of specialized professionals - Close-knit promotions and personalized educational support - a common curriculum and a unique promotion for students face and distance, a collaboration between students - This master is offered in initial or continuous training, or distance. Most of the master-face: - A course offered at a university incorporating a French language center to allow alternate theory and practice. - Partnership agreements with over 85 universities worldwide. Most remote master: - Training via a multimedia platform: forum, wiki, reactivity. - A interactivity between students on the campus of UCO and students of distance courses. ADMISSION Master 1: Students holding one of the following degrees have access as of right to the Master: - Bachelor of Science of language courses FLE - License languages ​​courses FLE - Degree in modern literature courses FLE students holders other advanced degrees (French or foreign) may apply for admission through the validation process of personal and professional experience. Master 2: The students received the examination papers of the first year of a master teaching languages ​​have access to the second year of training master after studying their case. Students holding other advanced degrees (French or foreign) may apply for admission through the validation process of personal and professional experience. TUITION FEES 2014-2015 - From € 3,450 / year (based on revenue) - Training for eligible higher education scholarships. [-]

MSc in Geography

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

The primary purpose of the MSc in Geography minor-dissertation with coursework is to provide students with specialised advanced education and training while meeting the requirements of a specific research component so that students can master the required experimental and technological skills and necessary fieldwork competencies such as innovation, decision-making, strategic thinking and organizational skills. A minor-dissertation with coursework MSc in Geography consists of a minimum of 120 credits of research at level 8 in the form of a research project, written up as a minor-dissertation. [+]

Top Master Programs in Africa 2017. The primary purpose of the MSc in Geography minor-dissertation with coursework is to provide students with specialised advanced education and training while meeting the requirements of a specific research component so that students can master the required experimental and technological skills and necessary fieldwork competencies such as innovation, decision-making, strategic thinking and organizational skills. A minor-dissertation with coursework MSc in Geography consists of a minimum of 120 credits of research at level 8 in the form of a research project, written up as a minor-dissertation. The degree demands a high level of intellectual and theoretical knowledge and insight into problems related to the field of study and of critical reasoning, formulation, analysis and evaluation of a specific problem in the field of study. For admission to the Master’s Degree in Geography, a BSc/BA Honours degree in Geography is required. A research dissertation dealing with a topic chosen by the candidate, under the supervisor of his choice, but within the field of specialisation of that supervisor. Approved by the Departmental Head and the Faculty of Science. General rules of admission, as set out by the Faculty of Science and the University, apply. [-]

MRes Business Administration

GIMPA Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration
Campus Part time September 2017 Ghana Accra

The MRes is a research-based degree that prepares graduates for academic careers in various functional areas of business at tertiary institutions and in the research departments of organizations. The programme emphasizes the development of skills in understanding theory, the research process and methodology. [+]

If you are looking for: A Master’s degree in business with world-class credentials Global faculty with latest knowledge in leadership and management The best set of PhD-qualified Lecturers in any business school in Ghana A strong link between classroom learning and the practice of global business To raise your management and leadership skills to the highest global standard Then GIMPA is your perfect match. The MRes is a research-based degree that prepares graduates for academic careers in various functional areas of business at tertiary institutions and in the research departments of organizations. The programme emphasizes the development of skills in understanding theory, the research process and methodology. Graduates of the program are expected to make contributions to the advancement of knowledge of business practices through research, teaching and consulting. It is also designed for those interested in acquiring a doctoral degree in the future. The curriculum is intended to provide graduates with a broad perspective of business plus an in-depth exposure to a specific business content area and research methods. Programme Content Required (Core) Course(s): MSCO 700 Quantitative Methods (6Cr)* (Pre-Program) *May be waived for students with quantitative based first or second degrees GMBA 601 Managing Organizations (3cr) GMBA 602 Business Economics (3cr) GMBA 603 Accounting for Decision Making (3cr) GMBA 606 Marketing Management (3cr) GMBA 607 Managing Operations (3cr) GMBA 609 Managerial Finance (3cr) Research Tools (9 Credits) MSCO 800 Foundations of Social Science Research (3cr)* MSCO 801 Research Methods in Behavioral Sciences (3cr) OR MSCO 802 Research Methods in Accounting and Finance (3cr) MSCO 804 Econometrics (3cr) OR MSCO 806 Measurement Theory and Data Analysis (3cr) *Required of all students Area of Specialization/Elective Courses: (12 credits) Accounting MSAC 900 Financial Accounting Theory 1 (3cr) MSAC 901 Management Accounting Theory 2 (3cr) MSAC 902 Special Topics in Accounting (6cr) Finance MSFI 910 Corporate Finance Theory & Research (3cr) MSFI 911 Investment Theory & Research (3cr) MSFI 912 Special Topics in Finance (6cr) Management MSMG 920 Theory in Organizational Behavior (3cr) MSMG 921 Organization Theory (3cr) MSMG 922 Special Topics in Management (6cr) Marketing MSMK 930 Consumer Behaviour Theory and Research (3cr) MSMK 931 Theory in Marketing Strategy (3cr) MSMK 932 Special Topics in Marketing (6cr) Supply Chain Management MSOP 900 Theory of Operations Management (3cr) MSOP 901 Supply Chain Management Seminar (3cr) MSOP 902 Special Topics in Supply Chain Management (6cr) Research Component: MSTH 990 Thesis Seminar (18cr) Programme Structure The programme is run in three formats: Evenings, Weekend and Modular. Campuses in Kumasi, Takoradi and Accra may run different formats depending on student needs. The Evening programme is run over a 2-year period of 4/5 semesters. Students have classes three (3) times a week. Classes are from 5.30 pm to 8.30 pm. The Modular programme is an intense learning experience based on five 3-week sessions at five-month intervals. The weekend programme is run over a two-year period of 4/5 semesters. Students have classes on Friday evenings and full day Saturday. Admission Requirements The prerequisites for admission are: Strong quantitative background and/or research orientation; 2nd Class Upper Division minimum for graduates in business, economics and other social sciences; 2nd Class Lower Division minimum for graduates in mathematics, statistics and engineering related sciences; For the program in Accounting a terminal professional qualification would be an added advantage; Demonstrated interest in teaching and research at the tertiary level; Sponsorship by a tertiary institution will be an added advantage. How to apply: Interested candidates may download the application form from our website, www.gimpa.edu.gh. The completed application form with original transcripts and certified copies of certificates should be submitted to one of our campuses. The completed application form must also be accompanied by proof of payment of the application processing fee of GHC 200.00 [US $150 for foreign students]. [-]

MA/MSc in Environmental Anthropology

University of Kent, School of Anthropology & Conservation
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  August 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

Interdisciplinary study into how societies are influenced by the environment & how they manage natural resources and hazards. [+]

Top Master Programs in Africa 2017. Interdisciplinary study into how societies are influenced by the environment & how they manage natural resources and hazards. The Masters programme in Environmental Anthropology aims to offer you the opportunity to acquire advanced knowledge of how different societies are influenced by the environment and manage natural resources and hazards, in relation to issues in human ecology, biodiversity management, sustainable development, environmental change and the practical applications of such knowledge. The aims include ensuring that as a graduate you will have a range of both practical and evaluative skills, and experience of conducting empirical or other applied research, to allow you to pursue work as a researcher or to inform whatever position you take up in the future. It is expected that such work might be undertaken in conjunction with a range of organisations including national or international environmental bodies, governmental departments, and non-governmental organisations. Our Anthropology research degree allows you to specialise in Environmental Anthropology. Doctoral degrees usually require three to four years of preparation, fieldwork and writing. Research students often forge independent linkages with overseas institutions, while many work with the numerous research fellows and staff in several research centres in the department, particularly the new Centre for Biocultural Diversity, and with our various partners, such as the Institute for Ecology in Bandung, Indonesia, the Centre for International Forestry Research in Indonesia, the Global Diversity Foundation. Course Structure The programme is taken over one year full-time, two years part-time. In each academic year there are three terms. Teaching for coursework takes place in the first and second terms. During the third term and the summer period students prepare their dissertation on a topic that reflects their own individual interests and experience. (Please note: All module offerings are subject to change and availability is not guaranteed) Features of the programme We follow an experiential and interactive learning method. We continue to experiment with ways of lecturing, running seminars and workshops, writing exams, designing assignments, supervising students, and evaluating essays and theses, to ensure that students learn by doing and so internalise substantive knowledge as well as the methods used by environmental anthropologists. A typical student will take assessed modules in Environmental Anthropology, Ethnobiological Knowledge Systems, Contemporary Ethnography, Social Anthropology and Research Methods. These modules involve a combination of lectures, seminar discussions and practical laboratories. Additionally students may opt to audit modules taught in DICE (the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology) on conservation biology, nature and tourism and the international wildlife trade. There are also informal workshop series in Practical Methods in Conservation Social Science (jointly held with DICE), cultural domain analysis, research design, and computer applications. There are also field trips to various gardens, zoos and museums in the Kent area, such as the Powell-Cotton Museum, Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, the Eden Project, the Brogdale National Fruit collection and the Aviary at Leeds Castle. Often taking time throughout the whole course to prepare for and carry out, the dissertation project is the culmination of the programme. Students often apply for funding from outside bodies and receive support from the department for overseas studies. They prepare proposals, practice methods, arrange for permits and letters of consent, and often take language classes to prepare for roughly 8 weeks of research between April and July 1st. They then write a 15,000 word dissertation that goes beyond a simple research report to argue a theoretical point and discuss research findings in much wider contexts. Increasingly, students are going on to publish edited versions of these projects, and are making substantive contributions to the research, development or conservation projects they work with. [-]