The University of East Anglia invites applicants to their one-year Climate Change MSc programme.
The MSc in Climate Change is based in the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the School of Environmental Sciences (ENV). It is a successful and long-running programme, with over 15 years of graduates who have used their MSc qualification to progress into an exciting range of careers spanning areas as diverse as government agencies, business consultancies, insurance and meteorological services, and academia.
The curriculum is designed to provide you with in-depth interdisciplinary knowledge of climate change science, society and policy. With a combination of compulsory and optional modules, the MSc programme is flexible and allows you to focus your learning on specific areas of interest, which can then be developed into a dissertation project.
The MSc is aimed at graduates with a variety of backgrounds, from the natural sciences through to the social sciences. Teaching is provided by scientists from the School of Environmental Sciences, whose research and teaching are internationally recognised, including members of the Climatic Research Unit.
Details of the course, including fees, funding and how to apply, can be found on this webpage: