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MSc Climate Change and International Development


University of East Anglia School of International Development

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time

About the course

Designed to meet the career needs of people working in international development and climate change policy and practice, the course will address multiple dimensions: International policy frameworks on climate change; urban climate change governance; adaptation and mitigation choices and pathways; linking climate change mitigation and development; carbon trade, markets and development; climate change and poverty reduction, trade-offs and synergies; local responses to extreme events and disasters; sectoral responses (eg water, energy, food and forests).

Taught by a team of internationally-renowned natural scientists, policy analysts and economists, course material will draw upon existing and ongoing research and applied work through the School of International Development and the Tyndall

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Entry Requirements

Degree Subject: Social Science. Degree Classification: 2.1 or equivalent. For more information see our website.

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Robbie

“It is testament to the School and its cutting-edge research that it would be the first in the country (possible the world) to offer a course specifically tailored to this emerging and hugely important field. I was impressed by the interdisciplinary nature of teaching – even being ab le to take classes from top climate change experts in the School of Environmental Sciences.” - MSc Climate Change and International Development Graduate


Sam Howard

“I am proud to be a product of this department because the skills acquired are being applied in my present position at the United Nations. Due to my training at UEA, I now understand the complexities of the role of the media, especially in peacekeeping operations in the world.”
- Public Information Officer, United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission, DR Congo


Daisy Serem

"I am really applying what I studied at UEA to my job, especially about communication for development. So most of the time when am working I remember our classes and smile."
- Assistant Communication Officer, UNICEF, Nairobi.



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