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Embark on a transformative journey towards a sustainable future with the MSc Sustainability programme at the University of Lincoln. This multidisciplinary course equips students with the essential skills to drive positive change across various sectors such as food production, manufacturing, and policy-making. Through a blend of core and elective modules, students delve into fundamental sustainability principles, climate-resilient business management, policy development, and innovation. The programme's interactive approach includes lectures, workshops, research projects, and industry engagements, ensuring a comprehensive learning experience. One of the programme's highlights is the opportunity for students to work on real-life assignments and a personal project, enhancing their employability in sectors like housing, energy, and retail. The entry requirements welcome applicants with diverse academic backgrounds, emphasising motivation and relevant work experience in sustainability. By fostering a collaborative and research-driven environment, the MSc Sustainability programme empowers the next generation of sustainability specialists to create a lasting impact on our world.

About the course

Sustainability is a cross-cutting theme relevant to a wide range of sectors including those such as food production, farming, chemical production, manufacturing, construction, service sector and retail, as well as at a policy level. The need for sustainable development is becoming increasingly important throughout the UK and globally, and organisations are now reflecting this in the decisions they make and the policies they put in place. To achieve these goals, a new generation of sustainability specialists are needed to support companies, public services, and non-profit organisations to identify and implement policies and strategies to manage the resources they use and the waste they generate.

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Entry Requirements

This is a multidisciplinary MSc so applicants with a BSc (2i or above) degree in Environmental, Agrifood or Biological sciences, Planning, Engineering, Business, Law, Geography, Politics, and Sociology will be considered. Applicants with other academic backgrounds who clearly explain their sustainability-related motivation and any relevant work experience may also be considered.

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