The MA in 'International Development & Gender' in the Gender-Development Research and Studies Center (GDRSC) at Sana'a University is considered the first of its kind in Yemen. We judged there is a need for people to contribute to development policy formulation, practical development activities, development education & research, and gender. Therefore, we offer a range of optional seminars and workshops during your Master's program for teaching and strengthening of student skills. You will find that we give high priority to our teaching and we are proud of the learning experience we offer.
Our excellent staff-student ratios and teaching methods mean we offer small class sizes and a close-knit, friendly and personal learning environment; staff can dedicate time to individual students. We design and offer coherent courses and teaching across academic disciplines.
Our staff consists of
- Junior lecturers
- Regional and international experts.
Our graduates may have the opportunity to successfully entering a broad spectrum of employment including working for organizations such as the World Bank, the United Nations, and in large international NGOs like Oxfam and Save the Children, as well as in developing country government departments and as academics.
If you choose to join us, you will discover exciting opportunities for engaging in development and gender issues, you will explore challenging problems, build your individual and team skills and discover fascinating new career directions.