This programme aims to provide students with a high
quality academic introduction to the study of politics,
economic development and economic policy in Africa.
It employs political economy approaches
to understand the variegated national trajectories of
African states, regionalism and localism in politics and
economics, and the political and economic forces that
shape Africa’s insertion into the global economy.
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- Minimum entry requirement: 2:1 degree or equivalent in any discipline (see entry requirements)
- English requirement: Standard (see English requirements)