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Course summary

The MSc in Sustainability and Climate Change provides a broad training in environmental science and climate change. It is especially suitable if you are planning a professional or managerial career within the context of environmental sustainability, and in alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs). By helping you progress in these areas, you will gain a deeper understanding of the industry, becoming a more desirable candidate in associated roles and potential promotions. You will study this course at our £100m Springfield super-campus that sits within the School of Architecture and Built Environment, which has been constructed on the site of a 12-acre former Grade II-listed brewery.

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Sustainability and Climate Change at University of Wolverhampton - UCAS