Apply for ComDev’s autumn 2016 courses until 15 April!

These are exciting times at our Communication for Development program!

As the spring application window for ComDev programs and courses is now open until 15 April 2016 we have great educational opportunities lined up for you!

First, the second round to apply to our flagship two-year part-time MA in Communication for Development is now open!
You can find all the details on the ‘1-year MA’ page.

This will be the first time that we will evaluate application letters for students starting the autumn course and based on our initial experiences for the spring course we strongly encourage you to submit a letter and strengthen your application!

Second, it is now possible to apply for courses that will qualify for a 2-year, 120ECTS MA in Communication for Development!
If you already completed our 60ECTS MA program this is an exciting opportunity to return to ComDev for a full-time year of practice- and reflective learning!

Third, our free-standing Communication for Development: Advances in Social Action, Planning and Evaluation course will also be available in the autumn semester!

Now formally part of the 2-year MA course package the third Advances course will attract a diverse group of ComDev alumni, new students and professionals from the global development industry-your ideal gateway to return to C4D education and get to know the ComDev experience!

All of our courses are 50% part-time courses taught in our online blended learning ‘glocal classroom’ that we have pioneered, improved and enhanced for more than 15 years! 


And keep in mind: Citizens of Sweden (including many residents in the country) and the European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA) do not pay tuition fees!

The ComDev team is looking forward to your applications and welcoming you to Malmö in September!

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