The department is a lively community that is recognised internationally as one of the top centres for research and teaching in development studies.
Nteranya recently graduated from the University of Oxford’s MPhil in Development Studies course. Prior to this, he was based in Minnesota, USA where he completed his undergraduate degree in Political Science at Macalester College.
He has served as the Director of Programs for Future Africa, an organisation redesigning political, economic and social discourse in Africa by bridging the gap between public policy leaders and proven approaches to address current and future development needs on the continent. He has also been the Content Director for CongoExcellence, a facilitative platform for young Congolese around the world to elevate the national economic growth and standard of living, whilst simultaneously sustaining this growth for future generations to come.