About the courseThis course will enhance your understanding of international development, cross-cultural communication, entrepreneurship and education. You will develop an awareness of the role of government and markets in education. You will also explore the links between communication, culture and cultural identification. Our course will appeal to anyone concerned about development issues, government policy and the reduction of poverty using entrepreneurial ideas. Youll develop your understanding of: how cultures and human behaviour reflexively interconnect, school provision in developing countries, the behaviours of key players in international development, developments in education provision relating to the interactions of entrepreneurs, governments and international agencies, philosophical and historical debates on the role of government and markets in education.
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AboutNewcastle Universitys can trace its origins back to the School of Medicine and Surgery, established in 1834, and Armstrong College, founded in 1871. These two colleges formed one division of the federal University of Durham and were merged to form Kings College in 1937. The Durham Colleges were the other division of the federal University. King’s College was renowned not only for providing an education in fundamental disciplines such as mathematics, science, arts and literature, but also for pioneering regionally important applied sciences such as geology, mining, naval architecture, engineering and agriculture. In 1963, the federal University was dissolved and Kings College became the University of Newcastle upon Tyne as we know it today.
Newcastle University is home to teaching and research across a diverse and exciting range of subject areas. It has over 200 undergraduate and 300 postgraduate degrees to choose from. The university is proud to have achieved a Gold Award in the UK
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