Joint Master's Degree in Sustainable Development
The two-year Master's Programme (Italian Laurea Magistrale) in Sustainable Development is aimed at highly qualified and motivated students interested in the issue of sustainable development and in the international dimension of sustainability issues.
The programme offers an interdisciplinary approach, combining the specialisation in teaching and research of 6 partner universities: Graz, Austria; Ca' Foscari, Venice, Italy; Leipzig, Germany; Utrecht, the Netherlands; associated partners: Basel, Switzerland, and Hiroshima, Japan.
Admission to the programme is open to students holding the equivalent of an undergraduate/first cycle degree programme (Italian Laurea triennale), who will be selected on the basis of their research skills, basic knowledge of natural and/or social sciences, and a general insight in the subject of sustainable development and intervention strategies.
Students apply to one of the consortium universities, and spend at least one semester at one of the partner institutions. At the successful completion of the programme students will be awarded a joint or double master's degree recognized in the countries of the consortium partners.
Selections take place yearly; the call for applications for the academic year 2019/20 will be opened from January 16th to March 11th (12 a.m.).
Qualification: Master's Degree in Sustainable Development - Italian Laurea magistrale
- Karl Franzens University of Graz - Austria
- Ca' Foscari University of Venice - Italy
- Leipzig University - Germany
- Utrecht University - The Netherlands
- Basel University - Switzerland
- Hiroshima University - Japan
- Stellenbosch University - South-Africa (mobility partner only)
- TERI University - India (mobility partner only)
Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - 120 credits
Mobility: At least one semester = 30 credits at partner university
Language of instruction: English
Costs: Enrolment fees according to each partner university's regulation
Financial support: mobility grants can be obtained for the first mobility period only
Last update: 13/02/2020