The Master of Science in International Development at University College Dublin is a one-year interdisciplinary program that provides students with an in-depth understanding of global development challenges and the tools they need to address them. The program focuses on topics such as economics, politics, environmental sustainability, and social inclusion giving students the opportunity to gain a comprehensive education in international development. Students will also have access to practical experience through internships and field placements where they can apply their knowledge in real-world settings. The program also offers specialized courses on topics such as gender equality and poverty reduction which give students the chance to develop valuable skills related to project management, policy analysis, and research methods. Upon graduation, students will be well prepared for careers in international organizations, non-profit organizations or government agencies where they can make a meaningful contribution towards global development outcomes.