About Africa Grows

This blog focuses on development, economics, and poverty in Africa and seeks to provide a forum for discussion for development professionals and students.

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  1. Hi Katie,

    I’m also keen on studying for an MSc DE and wanted to know if the programme allows those without an Economics Undergrad degree?

    • Hi Simba, most MSc Economics programmes (in the UK) require an undergraduate degree in Economics to be admitted (or, a large component of economics in your undergraduate degree, based on a review of your transcripts, may also be considered). The School of Oriental and African Studies, and some other universities, offer a year-long bridging programme which offers you a graduate-level diploma in Economics and prepares you for a Masters in Economics. Another alternative is to pursue a Masters in Development Studies, which takes more of a multi-disciplinary approach, however this obviously lacks the economics component.


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