The Division of Peace Studies and International Development combines both: one of the oldest Peace Studies teaching departments in the world and the legacy of BCID – the Bradford Centre for International Development, a Centre of global reputation which has seen knowledge transfer and the study of applied development practice since 1969.
They have innovative undergraduate and masters based programmes in peace studies - international relations, political violence, conflict resolution and security studies and development studies, such as sustainable development, economics and finance for development, and project planning and management.. What makes PSID unique is the merger of the disciplines as can be experienced through their BA and Master’s programmes allowing the student to explore interconnectedness of issues and chose what fits the learners’ interest best.
The world comes to Bradford, they are extremely proud that their students cover over 50 nationalities. The chance to meet people of different backgrounds and experience is unparalleled and makes PSID a very rich learning environment.
The Division also boasts one of the six Rotary Peace Centres worldwide and is a founding member of the Rotary Peace Centres network.
If you are looking for an undergraduate, masters or research based degree in a truly global city then you should be coming to the University of Bradford. The Division of Peace Studies and International Development provides a stimulating and innovative environment.