This programme is still the only one of its kind in the world. Given that the work of GCU’s Chancellor, Nobel Peace Laureate and microfinance pioneer Muhammad Yunus is known all over the world, it is perhaps unsurprising that the programme is particularly popular internationally. In fact the international focus of the programme and the chance to work and learn from people from different walks of life, with different cultures and traditions, is recognised as a key strength of the programme by students. In the first two years we have had students coming to study in Glasgow from all over the world; from Mexico, Egypt, Canada, Taiwan, Burma, Kyrgyzstan, Italy, Portugal, South Korea, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Sierra Leone. We have even had two students from Scotland.
Applications for the Masters programme are accepted until the autumn and all applications should be made online through the link on the programme page here. However, if you wish to discuss the programme in more detail please contact Dr Michael Roy.