MSc in Sustainability (UNU-IAS, 2018)

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  • STARTING DATE:
    2018•09•01
    LOCATION:
    Tokyo
    APPLICATIONS DUE:
    2018•02•28

    The Master of Science in Sustainability is a two-year programme offered by the UNU Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS). The programme provides students with the knowledge and practical skills necessary to contribute to solving challenges of sustainability. Drawing on an innovative, interdisciplinary approach, the programme integrates methods and resources from the natural and social sciences, as well as the humanities. The programme is intended for recent graduates, professionals and practitioners who seek to meaningfully contribute to the work of governments, civil society, the private sector, and/or the UN and other international organizations in the area of sustainability.

    The programme builds on UNU’s strong record in research and capacity development, as well as the extensive network of scholars and academic institutions participating in UNU research. The programme is practice-oriented, user-focused, and of the highest academic quality. It provides students with unique opportunities to interact with leading scholars and policymakers through lectures, international conferences, and workshops.

    The programme starts in September, and by July of the second year students must complete the course requirements, obtaining at least 30 credits. Students can select courses from those offered by UNU-IAS, while also enjoying the opportunity to take courses at other leading universities in Japan such as the University of Tokyo, Sophia University, International Christian University, and Yokohama National University.

    Application deadline: 28 February 2018

    For more information, including requirements, how to apply, and scholarship availability, please see the UNU-IAS website.

  • UNU Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability
    Admissions Office
    53-70, Jingumae 5-chome
    Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8925
    Japan
    Tel.: +81 (0)3 5467-1212