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Developing knowledge and skills

We’re committed to developing the knowledge and skills of students and professionals with an interest in international development.

We do this through creating training courses and improving teaching within our member colleges.

Our teaching activities benefit from the world-renowned experience and expertise of our colleges, both in delivering courses and conducting research.

 

HYBRID: Evaluation in Global Development and Health: From Innovation to Impact & Learning

LIDC's Short Course “Programme Evaluation: From Innovation to Impact” aims to provide participants with a comprehensive background in evaluation methods for development programmes. Sessions will be led by academics and evaluation specialists from renowned universities and institutions as well as development practitioners with extensive experience in the field. Organisations have in the past included the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UCL Institute of Education, The International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), Institute of Development Studies, SOAS University of London and the London School of Economics and Political Science.

 

This year's course runs from 11-15 December. You can either attend in person - the course is hosted in LIDC's Bloomsbury base - on online. To find out more about the course including financial aid and registration please click here
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MSc: One Health (infectious diseases)

LIDC and its member Colleges RVC and LSHTM created the interdisciplinary MSc programme in One Health.

The course addresses a wide range of topics beyond infectious diseases, including epidemiology and anthropology.

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