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Sustainability Masters courses in the School of Earth and Environment

Choosing to study a sustainability Masters in the School of Earth and Environment means that you will become part of one of the largest groups of environmental social scientists in the UK.

At the heart of our research environment, and your studies, is the Sustainability Research Institute exploring a wide range of issues including climate change, energy, business, lifestyles, transport and water.

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A Masters course can really help you to stand out in today’s competitive job market. All of our courses have been developed in partnership with industry, are guided by current research, and provide excellent teaching. You’ll develop specialist knowledge which will set you apart from the rest of your peers and help you towards a rewarding career.

Within our School we have 8 sustainability Masters:


All of our Masters degrees have a strong vocational element and we embed employability throughout our modules. Whichever of our Masters courses you choose, we are confident that you’ll graduate with the specialist and transferable skills needed for a range of subject-related careers or further study.

With 95% of our students securing a professional role or engaged in further study within six months after graduating, you can be confident of acquiring knowledge that is highly regarded and in demand (latest HESA Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016-17).


We offer scholarship opportunities to support and reward UK, EU and International students.

Apply now to join us in 2020.

Meet our students

Aruhan, MSc Climate Change and Environmental Policy

Kareen, MSc Environment and Development with integrated international fieldwork

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