Are you involved in strategy, planning, budgeting or long term infrastructure development? How does population dynamics such as the birth rate, death rate, migration and movement and other socio-economic factors influence or affect your decision making? APSTAR may be the solution for you! APSTAR is the Applied Population Science Training and Research Programme of the School of Development Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal.
The aim of APSTAR is to enhance the understanding of population issues in relation to the broader sphere of development challenges. This programme is carefully constructed by UKZN in partnership with the Department of Social Development and the United Nations Population Fund, and is designed for progression in the public sector.
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The programme is presented over an 8 month period. This includes (4) modules that are presented over (5) consecutive days each (1 week), as well as “take home“ assignments. Modules build on each other.
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