Edexcel AS level Global Development (2008)

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Students of our AS Global Development qualification will develop an understanding of the contested nature of global development, and of key concepts and the areas of action within which development occurs. They will learn to analyse and propose solutions to key challenges.

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Edexcel A level Global Development specification
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Qualification type:
AS level
Subject:
Global Development
Specification codes:
8GL01
Availability:
UK and international
First teaching:
2008
First assessment:
2009
Final assessment:
Summer 2017

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Our Edexcel AS Global Development specification is designed to develop learners' understanding of the contested nature of global development, the key concepts and the areas of action within which development occurs.

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Our Edexcel AS in Global Development is an innovative qualification designed to promote a knowledge of international development and the issues that will shape our world in the 21st century.

You’ll develop an understanding of the contested nature of global development, the key concepts involved and the areas of action within which development occurs. You will consider the interconnection between the nature and roles of global organisations to analyse and propose solutions to key challenges.

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