£4,043 per year
Environmental issues are becoming more salient for international relations and are critical now in livelihood and for framing of development programmes at all scales. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals chart this vision for international relations, but innumerable local, regional and nation state programmes structure their development strategies through environmental policies and practices. The advancement of those visions depends critically on knowledge, cutting-edge policy development and innovation at all levels.
The track offers an opportunity to focus on the emerging questions of governance, environment, resources and sustainability/resilience. As part of their specialisation, students are required to take a core course of the track, which introduces them to multidisciplinary debates and concepts, related to these questions. Elective courses are organised in thematic clusters. However, students are free to choose electives, either within one of the four clusters, if they are interested in developing a specific type of expertise, or across the clusters offered in the track.
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