The preliminary list of UniPID online courses for the academic year 2015-2016

 

New courses will be added when the semester draws nearer

New courses will be added when the semester draws nearer

The list of UniPID online courses during the academic year 2015-2016

Public Health in Humanitarian Crises 3.8. – 31.8.2015

Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation 1.8. – 6.9.2015

Concepts of Sustainability 17.8. – 3.9.2015

Gender and Development 10.8. – 7.9.2015

United Nations and Human Rights 25.8. – 14.9.2015

Globalisation and Corporate Responsibility 1.12. – 21.12.2015

Introduction to Development Economics 1.12. – 30.12.2015

United Nations, Peace and Security 1.12. -31.12.2015

International Development Policy and Analysis 15.2. – 1.3.2016

You can view the course descriptions, see the course dates and sign up to courses during the sign-in period via the UniPID website. If you have questions about the courses, you can contact the course coordinator, whose details are found on the website, or Virtual Studies Assistant Osku Haapasaari.

This post was written by AGI

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