Adenitan Miracle (ECD)
I appreciate the critical approach displayed by the diverse student’s body in Economics of Development to assess core developmental policy issues.
Name: Adenitan Miracle
Major: Economics of Development
Why did you choose this major?
I chose the major to acquire critical techniques to design, monitor and evaluate the mechanism for projects initiatives in order to enhance the economy of rural dwellers. I also wanted to study on how economic policies have shaped sustainability and examine the increasing gap in inequality distribution of income, wealth and poverty and how it impacts on growth.
How will this major help you in the future (career wise)?
The major will assist me to carve strategic assistance projects to contribute towards sustainable economic policies for inclusive development at the grassroots and furnish me with relevant methodological and practical research techniques.
What aspect of your major do you really like?
I appreciate the critical approach displayed by the diverse student’s body in Economics of Development to assess core developmental policy issues. This gives me a broader perspective of how key policy discourse is viewed and approached globally.
Why did you choose ISS?
I choose because of its high academic quality in relevant research and teaching coupled with her strong reputation in the global South for a critical perspective on the shades of development discourse. More so, the institution has a diverse community with student and alumni from different part of the world with strong global focus.
The lecturer’s teaching methods?
The teaching is instructed by seasoned academic scholars with several publication in different international journals from an interdisciplinary approach. It consist of lectures, seminars, group activities on theories and methods for development studies from a solid academic and professionally relevant perspective.
Would you recommend ISS to your peers?
I would definitely recommend ISS to my friends and colleague because it is an experience worth having.