You’re normally expected to have a Masters degree and an upper second-class (2.1) undergraduate honours degree in a field related to science and technology policy. You may also be considered for the degree if you have several years of equivalent professional experience.
Months of entry
From science and technology capability building in developing countries to policy and regulation in energy and high technology industries to rethinking sustainable development – our current research projects fall under three main headings:
- Governance and Sustainability
- Innovation in Firms and Industries
- National and International Science and Technology Systems.
At SPRU – Science Policy Research Unit, you’ll work with internationally recognised experts employing an issue-focused interdisciplinary approach to innovation and industrial policy.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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