We offer two distinct programmes at postgraduate level: one in Environmental Management, and the other in Global Development Management.
Our postgraduate qualifications in Environmental Management are for people who are interested in designing, managing and participating in more effective environmental management. Students are drawn from industry, commerce, local government, consultancies, non-governmental organisations and communities. They include people already involved in this area and those who wish to be, either personally or professionally. Whatever your background this programme will widen your knowledge of environmental management and develop your skills in making informed decisions about environmental issues, whether at work, in your community or at home. For details of qualifications and for information about standalone courses, see our Environmental Management page.
Our postgraduate qualifications in Global Development Management cover the creation and management of international development policies, strategies and interventions, involving multiple actors from government and non-governmental organisations, international and inter-governmental agencies, and public and private enterprises in a wide range of fields. For details of qualifications and for information about standalone courses, see our Global Development Management page.
If you’re interested in either of the programmes described above, please visit the linked pages, to find out where to start on these programmes.
For standalone courses in either area, visit the programme pages and check the list of courses there. Do remember to check the entry requirements in the course description.
For information about postgraduate research degrees, visit the Research Degrees Prospectus.
If you want to study for a qualification and you are living outside the UK and Republic of Ireland, visit our international prospectus.
Our postgraduate programme draws upon our teaching excellence in the social sciences, management and technology, and taps into our academics’ latest research in areas as diverse as economics, engineering and geography.
Try our frequently asked questions.
Come and meet us at an event near you.
Or contact an adviser by Email or call +44(0) 845 300 60 90 +44(0) 845 366 60 35