United Nations University Master of Science Courses - Deadline 30th April 2012
United Nations University Master of Science Courses on energy, climate change, climate change adaptation, water management, sustainability and diversity, risk reduction, and more for developing country applicants - See message below:
Master of Science in Sustainability, Development, and Peace programme has many climate change components. The Global Change and Sustainability compulsory courses of the programme covers energy, climate change, climate change adaptation, water management, sustainability and diversity, risk reduction, and more. In addition, UNU-ISP partners with various international networks, programmes, and institutions that have created climate change courses featuring guest lecturers from leading international institutions who share their expertise. Some of these courses can be viewed here http://isp.unu.edu/grad/degrees/masters/courses/compulsory/index.html and an example of a collaborative network course here http://cecar.unu.edu/groups/cecarweb/wiki/33862/courses.html.
In addition to providing a comprehensive curriculum, the programme offers opportunities to gain practical experience through internships or field research with a UN agency or other international organizations. Current researchers and faculty manage international joint research projects in many countries, and some opportunities are awarded to students who have high academic achievement and show strong interest. Our active research projects can be reviewed here http://isp.unu.edu/research/active/index_theme.html
A limited number of scholarships (covering tuition fees and living costs) are available for outstanding applicants from developing countries who can demonstrate a need for financial assistance.
Application deadline is 30th April 2012 for entry September 2012.
More information at http://isp.unu.edu/grad/degrees/masters/index.html
Apply on-line at http://cecar.unu.edu/apply/content/masters-degree-programme-application-form