University Of Nottingham Now Offering MSC Environmental Leadership And Management

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University Of Nottingham Now Offering MSC Environmental Leadership And Management

18 November 2019

University Of Nottingham Offering MSC Environmental Leadership And Management Starting 2020

Extreme weather events, shrinking natural resources, deforestation, air pollution and civil unrest all pose risks to the health of the planet and human well-being. 

MSc Environmental Leadership and Management will help students to drive change in organisations and tackle the environmental issues that are threatening economic growth, social well-being and ecological sustainability.

Students will study topics such as Leadership and Management in Practice, Techniques for Environmental Solutions and complete a research project with an emphasis on environmental practice. 

Students will also be able to specialise in a specific area of environmental challenge that aligns with their personal career aspirations, such as climate risk, water resources or sustainable ecosystems.

Core modules

  • People and the Environment
  • Techniques for Environmental Solutions
  • Perspectives on Environmental Leadership
  • Project Management
  • Leadership in the Public Sector
  • Leadership in Practice

Optional Modules focus on 

  • Climate
  • Ecosystems
  • Water 

Key information

  • Entry requirements: 2:1 equivalent  in an undergraduate course related to either business, geography, bio-science or environmental studies. The course accepts students from a range of backgrounds. 
  • IELTS: 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in each element). 
  • UK/EU fees: £10,800
  • International fees: £20,925 

International masters scholarships! 

For 2020 entry, Nottingham will offer very generous scholarships to reward high-quality candidates who are applying for the MSc Environmental Leadership and Management programme, who:

  • are classed as an international (non-UK or EU) student for fee purposes AND
  • hold, or are predicted to achieve, the UK equivalent of a high 2.1 in undergraduate studies – these students will be considered for a 50% scholarship until we reach our funding limit
  • hold, or are predicted to achieve, the equivalent of a first class degree – these students will be considered for a Scholarship for Excellence which will provide either a 75% or 100% scholarship, until we reach our funding limit
  • To be considered for these awards, applicants must have received and accepted an offer to study by 24th July 2020. Awards are made on the understanding that: 
  1. Scholarship recipients meet all conditions associated with their offer of study
  2. Should Scholarship recipients secure or be awarded alternative sources of funding, they must be prepared to return the Scholarship to assist other candidates.

Why Nottingham? 

  • Ranked in the top 100 worldwide for Geography in the QS World University Rankings by subject 2019
  • Advisory Board of professional environmental leaders ensure our curriculum aligns with the genuine needs of global employers and promotes solutions to real-world issues
  • You will have the opportunity to gain the professional qualification of a Level 5 Certificate in Leadership and Management from the Institute of Leadership and Management

Are you are interested in studying Msc Environmental Leadership and Management at the University Of Nottingham? arrange a free consultation with SI-UK in Nairobi or Mombasa today.

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