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MSc Climate Change, Management and Finance. Minimum academic requirement A UK Honours degree at 2:1 or equivalent in a relevant discipline such as science, engineering, economics or mathematics.

MSc Climate Change, Management and Finance

International qualifications The academic requirement above is for applicants who hold or who are working towards a UK qualification. We also accept a wide variety of international qualifications. For guidance see our Country Index though please note that the standards listed here are the minimum for entry to the College. If you have any questions about admissions and the standard required for the qualification you hold or are currently studying then please contact the relevant admissions team. English language requirements All candidates must demonstrate a minimum level of English language proficiency for admission to the College. For admission to this course, you must achieve the higher College requirement in the appropriate English language qualification. MSc Environmental Technology. Minimum academic requirement 2.1 Honours degree in any subject including science, engineering or social sciences.

MSc Environmental Technology

International Qualifications The academic requirement above is for applicants who hold or who are working towards a UK qualification. We also accept a wide variety of international qualifications. For guidance see our Country Index though please note that the standards listed here are the minimum for entry to the College. If you have any questions about admissions and the standard required for the qualification you hold or are currently studying then please contact the relevant admissions team.

English Language requirements All candidates must demonstrate a minimum level of English language proficiency for admission to the College. MSc Environmental Economics and Climate Change. Electives# Broaden and deepen your understanding of the business world through electives – a highlight of the programme.

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Share a classroom with MFA, MiF, MBA and Leadership programme students and gain insights from their knowledge and experience of working with organisations around the world. Select from a diverse range of subject areas to tailor your learning objectives. Complete two electives, from a choice of 49 including two courses designed specifically for MiM students: Entrepreneurship and Corporate Finance & Capital Markets. Entrepreneurial Management This is an exciting opportunity to make your dreams of entrepreneurship a reality.

Many of our faculty are experienced entrepreneurs in their own right and bring other successful entrepreneurs to speak in class. Corporate Finance & Capital Markets Develop a strong grasp of both investments and corporate finance. School-wide electives These electives enable you to study alongside, and learn from, experienced business professionals. MSc Environment and Development - Taught programmes 2017. Lse.ac.uk/geographyAndEnvironment Application code: F9UB (check availability) Start date: 21 September 2017 Duration: 12 months full-time, 24 months part-time Minimum entry requirement: 2:1 degree or equivalent in any discipline, preferably social science (see entry requirements) English requirement: Standard (see English requirements) GRE/GMAT requirement: None Fee level: UK/EU £13,008 (provisional EU); overseas £20,112 Financial support: Graduate Support Scheme (see Financial support), ESRC funding as part of a four-year award (see Economic and Social Research Council) Application deadline: None – rolling admissions.

MSc Environment and Development - Taught programmes 2017

The Institute for Government Essay Competition 2016. The Institute for Government is an independent charity which seeks to act as a catalyst for inspiring the best in government.

The Institute for Government Essay Competition 2016

We spark ideas, generate debate, challenge preconceptions, bring experience to bear and make new connections to improve government for the benefit of society. The Institute's essay competition aims to find the best ideas for improving UK government from current undergraduate and master’s students. Last year, we asked students what they would do to make Government more effective. The winner, Kristopher Cawood of the University of Cambridge, made a convincing argument for ministers from outside of Parliament. Runner up Raymond Kennedy from LSE said we needed an internal ‘Government Consultancy Company’, bringing new ideas into departments without relying on the private sector. Now, the Institute for Government Essay Competition 2016 is now open for entries. If you were made Head of the Civil Service tomorrow, what would your priorities be? Erasmus+ Joint Master's Degree. What's it all about?

Erasmus+ Joint Master's Degree

A Master’s Degree is your chance to really take your education to the highest level, and thanks to Erasmus+ you can finish your studies and get to travel at the same time. Set up on 1 January 2014, Erasmus+ offers an internationally recognized Joint Master’s Degree (JMD) in over thirty countries across the European Union. Whether you fancy the culture of Barcelona or the cuisine of Paris, the Erasmus+ Joint Master’s Degree will help you expand your knowledge of the world, while completing your education and enhancing your understanding of your chosen subject specialism. Can I apply?

If this sounds like something you’re interested in, then you need to make sure you’re eligible to apply. Find a list of Joint’s Masters Degrees on offer. What countries are involved? Universities from the different 33 countries working with Erasmus+ make up a consortium, with the different consortia offering a range of Joint Master’s Degrees between them . EMJMD Catalogue.