International Development Evening Courses

Latin American Development Issues (Course Code: 70)

This is a lively and participative course open to people with any kind of interest in Latin America.  The course gives participants insight into the causes and consequences of lack of development in Latin America. Participants will acquire a general understanding of Latin American social, political, historical and economic developments as well as more detailed information about topics of contemporary significance, such as trade, labour issues, indigenous issues and popular resistance.

Participants will become familiar with the issues, how people in Latin America have responded to them, how these problems related to Ireland and the rest of the world and how people here can take action on these matters. 

Students may submit assessment work during the course in order to achieve the QQI Level 5 Minor Award “Global Development Issues.” 5N4127 

Latin-American Development Issues, presented in conjunction with LASC, the Latin American Solidarity Centre.  For more information go to

Classes for all evening courses will be delivered onsite for the January 2024 term

Course Payment

We are pleased to inform our learners that online enrolment and payment is now possible for our evening classes. This will be available through our college website, Postal enrolment and payment by cheque and postal order will continue to be accepted.

There will be no enrolment evenings this term.

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