MSc Climate Change, Management & Finance

This programme gives graduates the interdisciplinary skills required to tackle business issues relating to climate change and sustainability

Key information

Duration: One year

Start date: September 2019

Location: London 

Fees: £28,300 (Overseas students)

£16,500 (EU students)

Programme description

MSc Climate Change, Management & Finance is a one-year programme that gives graduates the interdisciplinary skills required in business on issues relating to climate change and sustainability.

You will learn from leading practitioners and world-class faculty how to put the latest academic thinking and business and climate change strategies into practice.

Based in London, not only will you be at the heart of one of the world’s leading cultural, business and financial centres but also amidst UK expertise driving climate change action forward.

Our industry partners and employers are demanding graduates with both practical business skills, such as finance and economics, as well as knowledge of the challenges of sustainability and climate change.  Imperial College Business School Careers will help you present yourself with confidence to the world’s top employers. You will receive individual support from the team, and access to highly relevant and unlimited one-to-one support, as well as regular workshops and networking opportunities.

Students benefit from the Business School’s Centre for Climate Finance & Investment, whose partnership between academics and practitioners is generating a new understanding of the investment opportunity in renewable energy, clean technologies, and climate-resilient infrastructure.

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