Environment, Culture and Society University of Edinburgh GeoSciences

Graduates have pursued careers in environmental policy, conservation,animal welfare, NGOs (environmental charities and developmentorganisations), public consultation and PhD research. This programme is also available for part-time studying.

Kontakte Website

  • MSc
  • Englisch
  • Vollzeit

The MSc Environment, Culture and Society provides you with up-to-date knowledge of the contemporary issues and debates on the relationships between the environment, nature, culture and society.

Welcoming students from a variety of backgrounds, this exciting MSc will explore the core interdisciplinary perspectives and concepts needed to imagine and enact sustainable environmental futures.

You will develop the skills and abilities to assess the importance and implications of geographical and other conceptual debates which shape environmental policy and practice.

Endgültigkeit

The MSc Environment, Culture and Society will equip you to think critically across disciplinary divides, to generate new knowledge related to the environment and use this knowledge to address urgent environmental challenges.

You will be encouraged and supported to develop your interests at an advanced level in an area you are most passionate about.

Our graduates have been successful in pursuing a variety of careers including:

  • environmental policy
  • conservation
  • animal welfare
  • corporate social responsibility
  • education
  • business communications
  • research

Due to the diversity of the topics within the programme, you can work in a range of sectors including government, NGOs (such as environmental charities and development organisations), the private sector and academia.

Our graduates

Examples of the organisations our graduates have gained employment with include:

  • Conservation International
  • the National Forestry Commission
  • Scottish Natural Heritage
  • The Climate Group
  • European Commission
  • UNESCO World Heritage Centre
  • the Provincial Ministry of Environmental and Climate Change (Canada)
  • KPMG Sustainability (Japan)
  • Environmental Law Institute (America)
  • Barcelona Lab for Urban Environmental Justice and Sustainability
  • Regen
  • Clean Up Australia

This MSc programme comprises:

  • compulsory and option courses
  • dissertation

Throughout the programme, your teaching team will work with you to prepare for the dissertation project. This will be your opportunity to explore a topic of your choice in relation to the programme.

Teaching methods

You will experience a range of teaching styles while you are studying, depending on the subject matter and courses you are taking.

Courses can be delivered through a mix of teaching and learning styles including:

  • lectures
  • tutorials
  • seminars
  • workshops
  • practicals
  • short field trips

Please view each relevant course for teaching and assessment methods.

Changes to teaching and learning

We are committed to offering a high-quality education to all our students. Please be advised that there may be changes to course options and delivery, including due to Covid-19.

Changes to how we deliver teaching and learning experiences will be made to safeguard the health and safety of our students, staff and community, and to ensure we can maintain the highest standards for educational experience.

Although we endeavour to provide a wide range of optional courses to choose from, these can be subject to change or cancellation at short notice.

Places on optional courses can be limited, due to course capacity and timetabling constraints. It may not be possible to guarantee every offer holder their top choice of optional courses.

To study at postgraduate level, you must normally hold a degree in an appropriate subject, with an excellent or very good classification (equivalent to first or upper second class honours in the UK).

We may also accept equivalent qualifications or work experience.

Specific entry requirements vary between degree programmes and you should confirm you have the necessary qualifications before applying.

You will find the minimum academic entry requirements and more details on your chosen programme in our website.

Voraussetzungen für die Zulassung:
  • Bachelor-Abschluss
  • Gleichwertige Qualifikation
For information on fees for all of our programmes, please visit the Scholarships and Student Funding Services area of our website.
Kosten für den Master: Nicht bekannt gegeben
Es gibt Stipendien
Fordern Sie weitere Informationen:
University of Edinburgh
GeoSciences

        Environment, Culture and Society

              Puoi anche scrivere un messaggio:

                * erforderliche Felder
                Privacy
                  • Andere Ausgaben
                  • City of Edinburgh - Vereinigtes Königreich
                  Edinburgh life: student life in the city

                  Edinburgh life: student life in the city

                  Social stream

                  Provenienz Studenten weltweit:
                  Geschlecht:
                  45%
                  55%
                  Alter der Teilnehmer:
                  • Unter 25

                    50%
                  • 26 - 30

                    25%
                  • 31 - 35

                    10%
                  • Mehr als 35

                    15%
                  Ausländer:
                  35%
                  Beruf Lehre Mitarbeiter:
                  5%
                  Akademiker
                  25%
                  Forscher/Leser/Gastprofessorin
                  70%
                  Andere
                  * Die Daten könnten zur Schule und nicht den Master bezogen werden

                  University of Edinburgh

                  (366)