The School of International Development (DEV) at the University of East Anglia is a leading global centre of excellence in research and teaching in international development. Read more about the School.
With around 40 academic staff the School is committed to making a difference, contributing to knowledge and providing policy advice and guidance on major global challenges such as poverty reduction and environmental sustainability.
The School was ranked joint first for overall satisfaction out of all English mainstream universities for Human and Social Geography in the 2013 National Student Survey, with a satisfaction score of 100 per cent. We also received a 95 per cent satisfaction score in the 2014 Guardian University Guide for Geography and Environmental Studies. Our students leave with academic expertise, training in practical skills and usually do a work placement as part of their degree.