Course length: 2-4 years (by dissertation or coursework) Location: Perth, Australia Language: English
With continuous increasing human activity, pressure on the Earth's natural resources is rising, the aim of Master’s Program in Sustainable Resource Management is to equip students with necessary natural resource management skills. This includes taking an interdisciplinary approach, accounting for socio-economic and ecological dimensions.
In this review, Britt introduces the MSc Climate Change at Wageningen University. The two-year programme focusses on climate change and its impacts on ecosystems and society. Students follow one of five specialisations and also undertake an internship as part of the course.
Read about Weronika’s experience on the MSc in Sustainability Science, Policy and Society. This course takes an interdisciplinary approach to sustainability science and offers a range of theoretical and skills-focused courses. The course is based at Maastricht University, where students have access to a range of sports societies and student groups.
Level: Undergraduate (Bachelor of Science) Length: 3 years (full-time) Location: Utrecht, the Netherlands Language: English
Stefan introduces his master’s in Industrial Ecology, which is jointly hosted by Leiden University and Delft University of Technology - He describes the interdisciplinary nature of the course and the opportunities for industry experience. He briefly discusses student life in the Netherlands
1 year full-time (or 2 year part-time) MSc at Cardiff University, aimed at those wanting professional accreditation, a varied course, and opportunities to choose what you study. Addresses 3 key dimensions to ensure knowledge to contribute to future policy development; principles and process, resource sector studies, and research training. Study in a vibrant, fun, affordable city.
Read on to discover more about the MSc in Sustainability Science at Maastricht University! Modules span scientific research, sustainability and skills development, with a focus on PBL. The programme was developed by the MSI (Maastricht Sustainability Institute) which is world-leading in its sustainability research.
The third instalment in our series of LSE reviews, this one focuses on the MSE Environment and Development course. Alessandra reviews the course contents and specifics of her time at the LSE doing this masters. Key modules include: Economic Development and the Environment and Politics of Environment and Development.
Course: MSc in Environmental Management and Policy Level: Postgraduate, Master of Science (MSc) University: The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE), Lund University (LU) Length: 2 years Language: English