MSc Environmental Sustainability (Green Economics) – starting end of September 2012

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The Green Economics Institute


Birmingham City University

Don’t miss this historic opportunity,

applications now open

MSc Environmental Sustainability (Green Economics)

Course starts: End of September 2012

Course duration: 12-15 months

Calling all economists, scientists, social and environmental policy makers, innovators and specialists!

Inspirational leaders of tomorrow’s green economy

· Do you want to be at the forefront of the reform of economics?

· Are you an economist wanting to lead social and environmental policy making, design the latest exciting developments in theory and policy implementation and become convincing in government?

· Are you a social theorist, environmental practitioner or campaigner wanting to sound credible in the corridors of power?

· Do you want to influence the waves of policy changes and global decision making, preparing economics for the 21st century and beyond?

If you genuinely think outside the box and are frustrated waiting for the world to catch up with your innovative, unique and creative thinking, then this course is for you.

We have already attracted very high quality students, including those who have founded their own NGOs. Apply now and join their ranks!

This challenging course provides you with the analytical, written, presentation and publishing skills and experience to lead others towards your vision of a socially and environmentally more sustainable and positive future. It gives you the tools to influence and head up institutions and to lead government policy making.

We are committed to developing the skills you need to be an inspirational leader of tomorrow rather than simply training you to become the manager of today.


We encourage all students to present at GEI events, and submit articles to be considered for the GEI International Journal of Green Economics and our books. We also urge our students to be part of our delegations to Earth Summit meetings and Kyoto Climate Change conferences (RIO, COP, etc.).

Please find attached the Application Form and MSc Information Document which outlines further details. Please fill in the Application Form and return it to us as soon as possible so we can begin the registration process.

If you need assistance with any aspect of the application process or forms, please contact us at [email protected] and we will be pleased to help.

We look forward to receiving your application,