The Doctor of Philosophy program in Global Development at the University of York is a rigorous and interdisciplinary program that provides students with advanced knowledge and skills to work on global development issues. This four-year degree focuses on bringing together international policy, economics, and law to create innovative solutions for global challenges. The curriculum covers topics such as international trade, development economics, public health, human rights, conflict resolution, sustainable energy systems and climate change. Students will also benefit from the opportunity to gain practical experience through fieldwork placements or internships in relevant organizations. Graduates of this program will be prepared for careers in research institutions or non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working on projects related to international development or humanitarian aid. With a well-rounded education in global development and a strong network of alumni around the world, this program provides students with the unique opportunity to become experts in the field while making meaningful contributions towards improving global health outcomes worldwide.