Master of International Relations and Development (One-year Full-time)
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The Programme provides students with advanced training in international relations and development from a comparative pan-Asian perspective and with a particular focus on the Greater China region. Designed to provide students with core theoretical, conceptual and analytical tools necessary to understand contemporary Asia, the Programme focuses on the competitive dynamics impacting the region's international relations and economic development. The Programme emphasises experiential learning with opportunities for students to engage in field visits in developing countries and to explore various issues related to development and economic transition. The Programme is designed for students intending future careers in government, think tanks, consulting firms, the not-for-profit sector and private sector organisations.
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Key Learning Area
General Studies, Liberal Studies, Communication Skills, Financial Management Skills, Human Resource Management, Leadership Training, Legal Matters, Management Skills
Careers Teachers, Coordinators, Curriculum Leaders, Deputy Heads, Discipline & Guidance Teachers, Extra-curriculum Activities Coordinators, Panel Heads, School Head, School Laboratory Technician, Teachers, Teacher Librarians
Core Areas of Leadership for Principals
Strategic Directions & Policy Environment, Staff & Resources Management, Quality Assurance & Accountability, External Communication & Connection to the Outside World
CPD Domain for Teachers
Professional Relationships & Services, Personal Growth & Development
CPD Hours Remarks
- Please refer to the programme website for the extended deadline (if any).