University of Waterloo's Faculty of Environment, in partnership with St. Paul's, offers a first-year entry, undergraduate degree program in International Development, as well as a Master of Development Practice program.

International Development is an interdisciplinary field which trains students to be skilled, critical and practical agents of change in an unequal world. Our graduates go on work for governments, civil society organizations, private and social enterprises. They contribute a unique combination of knowledge, business skills and innovative thinking that is needed to address the complex global challenges we face today.

Our program is unique in the way it balances class-room based instruction with practical training both in their local community and internationally. This approach is designed to equip our graduates to be agents of change in ways that are effective, responsible, and sustainable.

St. Paul's offers annual scholarships to select International Development students, as well as fellowships to students in the overseas placement option.

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