Courses

The programme is in a modular format and comprises nine taught modules. This will include an Induction session looking at advanced study skills, a Birmingham orientation session, an introduction to the course, an outline of expectations and the programme
of required assignments.

Modules 1 to 8 are the taught elements of the course, representing 22.5 hours of taught time per module.

The final Transition module will involve the completion of a community development project plan and a media project in the form of a short documentary film describing the learning process on the course.

Course Dates 2017

June 19-23:              Political Systems 

June 26-30:              International Rights and Responsibilities

July 3-7:                   International Trade and Economic Systems

July 10-14:               Environmental Change and Sustainability

July 17-21:               Peace, Violence and Conflict 

July 24-28:               Citizenship

July 31-August 4:    Education and National Development

August 7-11:            Local Influence to Global Citizenship


Project Planning

Participants have a choice of taking one or more modules or the whole 8-week course.

 

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