A good academic background (upper second class BSc or BA Honours) in a related field (natural or social sciences), and/or considerable professional experience in any agency involved in development and environment issues.
Months of entry
The aim of the programme is to examine how environmental, social, political and economic factors interrelate at a range of scales to produce particular understandings of sustainable development' and associated policies and practices. These interactions will be analysed through theoretical debates and policy processes at local, national and international levels and through the multiple perspectives of policy makers, politicians, practitioners, indigenous, rural and urban resource users. In addition, the programme will provide training in skills needed to research and assess sustainable development, such as research design, project development, land use assessment, environmental monitoring, GIS, remote sensing and participatory methods.
Information for international students
There are a number of scholarships international students can apply for including the Chevening Scholarships, and Ford Foundation. Se our funding website at: http://www.gg.rhul.ac.uk/postgrads/PG-funding.html
Fees and funding
ESRC scholarships, DFID Commonwealth Shared Scholarship, College Studentships
Qualification and course duration
|Assessment||What kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)|
|Written coursework / continuous assessment||60|
|Dissertation||40 (12000 words)|
Course contact details
- Liz Hamilton \ Karen Oliver
- +44 (0)1784 443563
- +44 (0)1784 472836