The course focuses on poverty research and poverty research methods with emphasis on quantitative and comparative methods.
The course adopts a global approach where poverty and inquality are discussed in different country contexts with universal concepts and measures. The course also includes a discussion on institutional strategies to escape poverty in various contexts.
September 25–26, 2018
November 12, 2018
January 18–23, 2019
Academic entry requirements: You must hold a bachelor’s degree (minimum three year full-time study, 180 ECTS) in social work, nursing, education in social sciences, theology, social service administration (or equivalent) as well as sufficient proficiency in English.
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