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  MA - Climate Change Politics and Policy


Loughborough University    Geography and Environment

Full time & Part time October MA 1 year full-time; part-time 2 years Award winner
Geography (17) Politics & Government (30) Sociology (33)

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Are you passionate about addressing the urgent challenge of climate change? Our MA in Climate Change Politics and Policy is designed for students from diverse backgrounds who want to make a difference in this critical field. This interdisciplinary programme combines social science, practice, and policy to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to become an agent of change. From international politics and sustainability to crisis governance and climate science, our modules cover a wide range of topics. With a focus on problem-solving and data analysis, you'll graduate ready to pursue research or employment in the public or private sectors. Join us and be part of the solution!

About the course

Our MA Climate Change Politics and Policy degree addresses the urgent societal challenge of climate change, with a broad, international, problem-focused perspective that will suit students from a wide range of

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Entry Requirements

An honours degree (good 2:2 of 55% or above) or equivalent international qualification in geography or other social science discipline.

Applicants with appropriate professional expertise will also be considered.

Applicants must meet the minimum English language requirements. Further details are available on the International website.

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Kane

After studying Geography BA, I wanted to further specify my learning and have always wanted to do climate change studies. Fortunately, the course began at the end of my undergraduate degree and presented with me with a good opportunity to continue my studies at a time where getting job would have been difficult. As well as this, knowing students who were also going from geography to this course and lecturers like Richard, made it an easy decision.

My main motivations behind studying my master's degree were:

To give myself a better chance of getting a job after university.
To continue studying something I am passionate about.

I would like to work in climate change and sustainability, whereby this course has actually helped me to specify towards energy modelling. I would like to think my masters might give me an advantage when applying for some jobs too.

The greatest skills I have learned during my master's:

A mental skill would be time management, working on many deadlines and a part time job.
From a technical perspective, I have learnt multiple energy modelling systems software’s.

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