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Utrecht University Master of Science in Global Challenges for Sustainability
Utrecht University

Master of Science in Global Challenges for Sustainability

Utrecht, Netherlands

18 Months

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EUR 3,000 / per year

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Introduction

A Unique International Learning Opportunity

The Master’s program Global Challenges for Sustainability offers a unique international learning opportunity in which students will have the chance to address the pressing need for sustainability in a challenge-based environment.

In this Master's program, you will explore new perspectives on real-world challenges, connect with fellow international pioneers, and together create new possibilities to change the world.

Actively participate in shaping the program

The Master's program is an initiative by the European University alliance CHARM-EU (Challenge-driven, Accessible, Research-Based and Mobile European University), formed by five prestigious, research-based universities: the University of Barcelona, Utrecht University, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Montpellier, and Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest.

In this Master's program, we invite you to be part of the co-creation and innovation process by the five CHARM-EU partner universities. That means that you will actively participate in shaping and improving the program for future editions. Creating the best transdisciplinary learning environment for you and for future students.

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