Taught course

Sustainable Development Advocacy

Institution
University of Worcester · Institute of Science and the Environment
Qualifications
PGCert

Entry requirements

We believe that the challenge of sustainable development demands interdisciplinary solutions. We therefore welcome applications from people who have a good Bachelor's degree in the arts, sciences, humanities, social sciences and vocational subjects. If you do not have a Bachelor's degree but have equivalent work experience, we would be happy to discuss your eligibility with you. All applicants should be able to demonstrate a personal commitment to working towards a more sustainable world.

Months of entry

September

Course content

This course has been specifically designed for students looking to forge a career in the sustainability sector, whether starting from scratch or accelerating/re-directing an existing professional path.

Delivered by experienced sustainability professionals, the Master's Degree in Sustainable Development Advocacy is a unique programme that trains graduates to influence organisations to work towards more sustainable practices by facilitating a fundamental shift in understanding and values. Whilst students enter the course from all disciplines and stages in their career, they graduate as critical thinkers, change-makers and future leaders, and can demonstrate this with a portfolio of placement project work.

The course attracts high calibre individuals with a desire to influence, innovate and succeed; our graduates are policy-makers, business leaders, entrepreneurs and grass-roots pioneers.

Delivered in partnership by the University of Worcester and independent sustainable development charity the Bulmer Foundation, the Master's Degree in Sustainable Development Advocacy has been nominated for the Green Gown award and described as one of the most innovative Masters Degrees available in the UK.

Qualification and course duration

PGCert

full time
12 months
part time
24 months

Course contact details

Name
Christianne Wakeham
Email
c.wakeham@worc.ac.uk