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Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership

Why Apply?

Why apply to the Master's?

Our Master’s students explain how the unique opportunities provided by the programme have helped them to collaborate, learn from industry and academic experts, and bring about change in their organisations.

Who should apply to the Master's?

Our sustainability Master’s course students ponder the ways in which their sustainability studies will be applied to real challenges and opportunities in the private, public and NGO sectors.

Course distinctives and benefits

Master’s students share how the programme has equipped and inspired them to make the most of positive opportunities to bring about system-wide change in a complex, dynamic and uncertain environment.

Personal journeys and testimonies

Participants talk about how they have developed throughout the two-year programme, and how it has really changed them personally.

Applying the learning and making a difference

Master’s students share how they have applied their learning to real life business opportunities to make a real difference.

 Graduation of Master's Students; photo credit Neal Mehta, MSt 2010–12

Graduation of Master's Students; photo credit Neal Mehta, MSt 2010–12

The Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership is designed for senior and mid-career professionals and managers who want to enhance their ability to respond to sustainability challenges and are looking to further their own personal development in the field. Whilst the programme welcomes applicants from the public sector and NGOs, the content of the programme is predominantly focused towards sustainability in a business context. Applicants from these sectors who want to understand how business is tackling sustainability challenges, and therefore gain the necessary knowledge and skills to work effectively with business, will benefit from attending the programme.

Typical job titles of applicants include seniority descriptors, such as Director, Head, Vice President, Manager, Advisor, or Consultant; and/or functional descriptors, such as:

• Sustainability; Social; Environmental; Energy/ Carbon

• Corporate (Social) Responsibility; Public Affairs

• Strategy; Risk; Policy; Development

• Human Resources; People

• Projects; Operations; Sales; Distribution; Research

Selection Process

The highest calibre candidates are selected via a rigorous process endorsed by an Academic Advisory Committee comprising representatives from the associated Departments, and then approved by the Judge Business School's Degree Committee and the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education.

Testimonials from Previous Participants

2011–13 Programme, Cohort 2

Ravi FernandoRavi Fernando

Ravi is the Operations Director at Malaysia Blue Ocean Strategy Institute. He holds an MBA from the University of Colombo and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing. He holds a Diploma in International Management and completed the Advanced Management Program at the INSEAD Business school. He is an alumnus of CISL, having completed the Climate Leadership Programme and the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business. He is the UN Global Compact Focal point for Sri Lanka and on the Boards of LOLC, World Vision, Environmental Foundation and Ceylon Asset Management Ltd. Previous roles included positions at Unilever, Sterling Health, SmithKline Beecham International and Reckitt Benckiser in CEO/Marketing Management positions. He was the former CEO Sustainability and Branding for MAS Holdings and SLINTEC (Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology). Ravi is a visiting faculty member at the Universitat of Pompeu Fabra Spain and University of Colombo MBA. In 2007 he won a "Global Strategy Leadership" award at the World Strategy Summit for his work on ethical branding for the Sri Lankan clothing and tea sectors.  

Why did you choose to study for a Master's in Sustainability Leadership?

Because sustainability leadership in the corporate and public sector will be the most sought-after expertise in the coming decade as more and more understand the subject. 

What role have you been undertaking in your company recently? How does this connect to the sustainability agenda?

Having joined a globally trend-setting strategy outfit, the intention is to sustainability-proof both strategy and innovation. 

How do you think the MSt assists your work?

The MSt exposes us to both the real world of sustainability practice and the academic theory behind it. This is a key blend we need as the subject needs solid science and strategic leadership.

What have you found to be the most valuable aspect of the MSt?

The opportunity to innovate and create sustainability strategies for the organisation I work with the direction of experts.

What impressed you about the Cambridge MSt as opposed to other courses on offer elsewhere?

Having a Master's from Cambridge adds another dimension of credibility, as unlike most business schools and universities which are just now discovering the need and commercial opportunity, Cambridge University has championed the subject for over a decade!

Amie ShuttleworthAmie Shuttleworth

Amie is an Environmental Manager at Sir Robert McAlpine Construction Company. She spent most of her childhood and schooling in Hong Kong, where she joined her first environmental group looking at ways in which rubbish and pollution could be reduced in the local area. She moved to Western Australia to study Science as an undergraduate, then travelled through Western Europe and ended in London. Amie joined Sir Robert McAlpine Construction Company and was sponsored to complete an Environmental Science degree at the University of London part-time whilst working as an Environmental Engineer. She has worked in this field for over six years on mixed developments in London. Her passion for the environment and engineering has enabled her to work on some high profile projects in the role of sustainability manager, which she thoroughly enjoys.

Why did you choose to study for a Master's in Sustainability Leadership?

Sustainability is an increasingly important and discussed topic in the construction and property industry, where I work. My background is in the technical aspects of environmental science and construction and I felt that I needed a course which would give me the skills and contacts to progress a higher level of thinking as well as enhance my social sustainability knowledge.

What role have you been undertaking in your company recently? How does this connect to the sustainability agenda?

My job role is hugely varied. I am involved in the design of sustainable buildings, sustainable procurement as well as the company's strategy for embedding sustainability throughout the business, which is construction management. This course is therefore hugely useful in ensuring that my company is up to date with the current sustainability agenda within the UK and most importantly, globally.

How do you think the MSt assists your work?

The MSt to date has hugely assisted my work. It has educated me on the boarder church of sustainability and given me goals to implement within my company which to date has made a difference not only on my projects but throughout the whole company. The assignments in the first year really force you to analyse your business, which has proved measurably useful to our operations director.

What have you found to be the most valuable aspect of the MSt?

There have been two most valuable aspects: the quality of the staff who run the programme and the support get from them, as well as the students themselves. This course brings the great minds from around the world together who all are specialists in their own right in varying industries, but whom all share a common value, sustainability. It is hugely enriching and encouraging being surrounded by such people and has been personally extremely inspirational for me.

What impressed you about the Cambridge MSt as opposed to other courses on offer elsewhere?

This Master's was the only comprehensive sustainability post-graduate course that I could find in the UK which offered working people the opportunity to complete it. It was very important to me that I could continue my career whilst also studying. The format and support from Cambridge really enables this to happen. Secondly, being Cambridge they have access to the best in the research field, which made me think that this would be on the cutting edge of knowledge. So far, this has certainly been true and I would wholly advocate it to anyone who is keen to learn more about embedding sustainability into their business. 

2010–12 Programme, Cohort 1

Emily DaviesEmily Davies


Emily Davies is Senior Environment & Sustainability Advisor, Group HSEA, Amey plc. Having completed a Gap Year Commission with 42 Geographic Engineer Regiment in 2003–4, Emily went on to study physical geography at Durham University, with an interest in natural hazards. She then joined the Amey Leadership Graduate programme which involved a number of placements throughout the public services company. Project involvement included managing Amey’s input to the UK’s first Climate Change Festival, organising company involvement at the political party conferences, operational environmental management, creating carbon procedures and writing business cases for environmental campaigns. She began her current role at Amey within the Consultancy (Environment & Sustainability) branch of the company and am currently pulling together the Environmental Impact Assessment and Planning Application for Allerton Waste Recovery Park – North Yorkshire and the City of York’s waste PFI.

Why did you choose to study for a Master's in Sustainability Leadership?

I began working at my company 4.5 years ago, straight out of university with a degree in geography. I had no idea what I wanted to do, but thought I should give the corporate sector a whirl. I was keen to join a graduate programme titled the ‘Leadership Scheme’ having learnt about leadership during my gap year in the army – also promising 6-monthly rotations, which might help me focus my career. Two years went by and I found myself drawn to wanting to work in the CR team and trying to better understand corporate impacts on community, predominantly from an environmental view. Having finished the graduate programme and with no one leading on CR and sustainability I joined the Environment and Sustainability team in our Consulting division. In reality this was more of the former and I found myself working on a project delivering a waste solution for a local authority. With the sustainability buzz still in my head and a want to learn more (both what we could be doing better in my company, and what was going on out there in the wider world) I went searching for a sustainability Master's programme.

What role have you been undertaking in your company recently? How does this connect to the sustainability agenda?

I’ve recently moved jobs and now find myself working in our HQ reviewing and coordinating the company's approach to sustainability. This is a position I’ve been waiting for, so was extremely glad when it came about. We’ve taken a back to basics review – right back to looking at definitions and what sustainability means to us, our clients, our competitors etc. which is something which the company had never done before. It’s exciting because I can put my learning into practice – however it’s much more practical than academic/theoretical at the moment – and in some cases still about convincing/influencing people for change.

How do you think the MSt assists your work?

The Mst has been great for embedding that systemic thinking into my head – everything is people/planet/profit, people/plant/profit, and I really try hard to take as broad an approach as possible. The Mst has given me examples to drawn on and fellow students to learn from.

What have you found to be the most valuable aspect of the MSt?

I find the people I’m taking the course with to be one of the most valuable aspects – theories and literature I can find, but talking them through with like-minded people and people that will challenge comments or opinions which others wouldn’t is great. With the vast amount of information available, the course has given me focus to concentrate on core elements – some I find more exciting than others, but I suppose this was the point of me doing the course – to work out what it is I want to do! For me, I suppose the course is about finding the questions that I want to ask, not necessarily about those that I want to answer. Conversations with many of my course mates have concluded that this MSt isn’t about another notch on the belt, but about putting it into practice and ultimately aspiring to be a leader in sustainability (or an aspect of it).

What impressed you about the Cambridge MSt as opposed to other courses on offer elsewhere?

This was the only course that I found that had a flexible structure that allowed me to continue working, the part-time element was real pull for me. The clear benefits of the Cambridge Mst are the international intake, the Cambridge University resources and the vast CISL network of information and people to draw knowledge from. I also think I was particularly fortunate with my tutor in the first year – he was a great support to both my individual and group assignments.

Laura Dzelyte 161x168Laura Dzelzyte

Trained in the UK as a lawyer, Laura started her career as self-employed business advisor in London where, working with big companies in Russia such as MTS telecommunications and Russian Standard bank, she helped British companies to expand in Eastern Europe. Later, she set up an environmental transparency project GreenIndex in London, developing an eco-label and bringing academics and international consultants together to investigate the impact consumer goods have on the environment. Laura is now working as an advisor to the Lithuanian Government's Minister of Environment. She is one the architects of an innovative green investment scheme – a financial tool to trade carbon and provide funding to climate change programmes. She also serves as the Vice Chair of the national climate change committee, leading the development of long-term climate change strategy and was the head of the delegation to the UN climate change negotiations. In 2007, Management Today magazine and Shell named her as one of the 35 inspirational business women of the world. In 2008, she received “the Lithuanian Identity of the Year” award.

Why did you choose to study for a Master's in Sustainability Leadership?

I was looking for a degree that would deepen my knowledge and understanding of climate change and ecosciences as well as the global issues of economic development and social responsibility. And I wanted to be taught by the best academics in the world. But I didn’t want to interrupt my career in sustainability as this is the area that develops fast and requires constant presence. Finding the right mix seemed like a mission impossible until last year I came to the University of Cambridge to do a climate change leadership programme and discovered that such multidisciplinary Master's degrees do exist. It was my dream come true, as if Cambridge created a programme that answers all the needs of young leaders who are looking to learn and implement sustainability strategies in their line of work.

What role have you been undertaking in your company recently? How does this connect to the sustainability agenda? How do you think the MSt assists your work?

I am working as a climate change advisor to the Minister of Environment in the Government of Lithuania. I am responsible for leading the drafting of the national long-term climate change strategy which is underpinned by the carbon trade. Understanding better scenarios for the future, global issues, socio-economic trends, technological innovations and environmental vulnerabilities would allow me to understand better what countries like Lithuania need to address in the coming decade and beyond.

What impressed you about the Cambridge MSt as opposed to other courses on offer elsewhere?

In Cambridge you are not only getting the scientific data first hand, you work on it, you brainstorm the development models for the future with world-renowned academics and you share and test your own ideas that will hopefully shape a more sustainable world in the future. And all of it is in the spirit of 800 years educating world leaders. Studying in Cambridge is an inspiration underpinned by knowledge  the combination that drives the world forward, hopefully to a more sustainable future.

Karen GoldbergKaren Goldberg

Karen has 12 years of experience working in sustainability in a range of fields, including environmental consulting, community liaison, wilderness guiding, facilitation, counselling and coaching. This is built on a foundation of a BSc Honours focusing on terrestrial and freshwater ecology. She is currently employed as a Sustainability Consultant. Previously she spent 5 years working for the Environmental Monitoring Group, a not-for-profit environmental justice organisation based in Cape Town South Africa, where her work focused on water and sanitation, sustainable land management, climate change adaptation and environmental education and training.

Why did you choose to study for a Master's in Sustainability Leadership?

I had been intending to further my studies in 2010 and had already applied and been accepted into a PhD. I had been searching of ways of linking my interest and skills in personal development and psychotherapy within the sustainability context. As I was writing an abstract for a conference, based on my PhD proposal, it suddenly struck me that what connects all the different strands is leadership development within the context of sustainability. As soon as I realised this, I did an online search of Master's courses in Sustainability Leadership can came across the CISL course, which was still under development. What I loved about the programme outline was that it covered all the gaps in my knowledge (e.g. economics and politics as it related to sustainability), and also very specifically brings together the subject of leadership within the sustainability context. My particular interest is in creating processes and programmes for developing leadership at all levels that is socially and environmentally aware and motivated to make a positive impact in the world.

What role have you been undertaking in your company recently? How does this connect to the sustainability agenda?

I am working freelance, broadly as a sustainability consultant. All my work connects with the sustainability agenda in one way or another. For example, I am currently involved in a project with the eThekwini Municipality that is undertaking a cost-benefit analysis of climate change adaptation options for the city of Durban. I am helping develop and facilitate a sustainability leadership youth programme with the organisation Project 90x2030.

How do you think the MSt assists your work?

In general, the Master's course is equipping me with the information and networks that I need for my future work. My dissertation in particular, is proving to be pivotal in this regard. As part of the thesis, I am developing a model for enhancing personal agency and sustaining momentum in the face of climate change, that will provide the central backbone for both my personal and professional practice (i.e. enhancing my own agency and facilitating the same for others). On completion of my Master's, I plan to use my thesis as the basis for a book that I intend to write on the importance of developing emotional intelligence and inter-relational tools and skills as central to achieving a sustainable world.

What have you found to be the most valuable aspect of the MSt?

Connecting with people and networks that I would never otherwise have had access to (this includes both my classmates and many of the presenters) has been invaluable. I have really appreciated the flexibility and open-mindedness of the staff of the programme, especially the course director, to allow us all to explore the aspects of sustainability leadership that most interest us. I also deeply value the systemic approach that the MSt takes, in particular the dual awareness of the complexity of the issues, and the need to move beyond incremental change to much bolder approaches and action.

What impressed you about the Cambridge MSt as opposed to other courses on offer elsewhere?

The Cambridge Master's combined all the elements that I was looking for in a highly interdisciplinary way (the fact that the course is held within 6 different faculties speaks for itself!) – a focus on sustainability leadership in particular, as opposed to a focus on either sustainability or leadership, and also addressing the spectrum of issues and topics.

Rodney Irwin 161x168Rodney Irwin

Rodney is the Group Director Risk Management and Internal Control at TNT NV. He is responsible for TNT’s compliance programme His professional portfolio also extends into the area of Corporate Responsibility for which he is responsible for external and internal report of TNT’s social and environmental performance. He is also the Chair of TNT’s risk management council and an active member of TNT’s ethics, disclosure and corporate responsibility committees. Prior to his current role, Rodney was the head of TNT’s international audit function and before joining TNT he held a variety of positions in Public Accounting. Rodney holds an Honours Bachelor's degree in Economics from the Queens University of Belfast, a Master's Degree in Management form Birmingham City University and a Doctorate in Business Administration (Cum Laude) from ISM in Paris and New York. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, a Specialist Member of the Institute of Risk Management London and is a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional.

Why did you choose to study for a Master's in Sustainability Leadership?

I chose to study for the MSt in Sustainability Leadership as I became responsible for my employer's corporate responsibility reporting in 2008 and was shocked by the lack of a holistic approach to sustainability. I observed that both internal and external stakeholders had a narrow focus on their 'cause' or function. This meant that environmentalists rarely understood social and H&S issues and vice versa, whilst many business leaders did not see the benefits of sustainability as the people tasked with promoting it did not have a comprehensive business knowledge and lacked credibility. I now have to play a key role in Corporate Responsibility for my employer, therefore I decided to read for a degree that I believe will provide the opportunity to gain an holistic overview of the issues, how they interact and how advances in technology, regulation, governance and academic research can help achieve long-term sustainability in both shareholder and other stakeholder value.

What role have you been undertaking in your company recently? How does this connect to the sustainability agenda?

I am the Group Director of Risk Management, Internal Control and CR Reporting at TNT NV based in the Netherlands. My portfolio requires leadership of TNT's enterprise risk-management programme, the design and assurance of TNT's internal control over financial reporting (formerly Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance), consolidation, analysis and reporting of TNT's Corporate Responsibility performance, the development and management of all Group Policies and I am responsible for Quality, Environmental and Health and Safety management at TNT's Group Head Office. I believe that management and achievement of a sustainability agenda is essentially a component of effective risk management. Failure to identify, prioritise and manage or mitigate an entities risks related to its responsibilities to all stakeholders will lead to value destruction over time either through reputational damage, financial sanctions, missed opportunities and product obsolescence or a combination of all these factors

How do you think the MSt assists your work?

I believe the multi-disciplinary nature of the MSt will provide an excellent opportunity to acquire insights into sustainability issues and challenges and will provide a plethora of ideas for their management and resolution in a unique holistic way as the degree has a wide range of subjects that are studied. I am a firm believer that benchmarking and action learning are the most valuable way of challenging established ways of thinking and working and therefore I hope that reading for the MSt will also bring me into contact with other practitioners from which to learn.

What impressed you about the Cambridge MSt as opposed to other courses on offer elsewhere?

First and foremost this is a Cambridge degree. The international reputation of this historic university validates the quality and rigour of the academic experience. Secondly the MSt is holistic in content and this is primarily that I was looking for. There are a host of courses on the market in reputable schools but few are holistic as they tend to be biased in favour of the environment or social issues.

Shane VervoortShayne Vervoort


Shayne is a Marketing Manager for McKinsey based in South Africa. He holds a Honours in BComm Actuarial Science (Stellenbosch University, South Africa) and a Master of Science in General Management (Nyenrode Business University).

Why did you choose to study for a Master's in Sustainability Leadership?

I have an undergraduate degree in Actuarial Science. This rigorously tests one's ability to get to the 'right' answer – normally correct to the fifth decimal point. Real business problems however are more complex. The polarised world of Actuarial Science didn't seem to give all the answers in a world of grey tones. The Master's in Sustainability Leadership was a step towards trying to understand what different solutions could look like, but more importantly it was a step towards understanding the problem. 

How do you think the MSt assists your work?

The course has improved my ability to identify interdependencies in problem solving and projects. This is crucial. The MSt gave me insight into interdependencies that I could apply to daily problems and projects.

What have you found to be the most valuable aspect of the MSt?

I have really gained from the thought leadership. In a daily job you miss being pushed on a thought leadership front. I'm not an academic but being pushed into that thought leadership has given me an edge in the business world.

What impressed you about the Cambridge MSt as opposed to other courses on offer elsewhere?

The ability to do it while working – the part-time aspect. It's been difficult to balance but if it hadn't been offered part-time I wouldn't have done it. Classmates have been another huge bonus – the quality of people doing the course is amazing. I think one of the big points of differentiation are that this Master's is born from 20 years of experimenting in the academic field of sustainability. CISL has years of experience in facilitating sustainability leadership programmes and that experience filters through to an A-grade course. Normal programmes would still be finding their feet after a few years but CISL has taken its learning from the last 20 years and effortlessly put it into a Master's programme that one would think has been going on for years.

MSt Student & Alumni News & Achievements: Latest News

September 2014: Jemma Morton Green (MSt Cohort 1) appointed Board Director & Investment Committee Member of Future Super

Jemma has been appointed a Board Director & Investment Committee Member of Future Super – “Australia’s first and only fossil fuel free super fund”.

June 2014: Gerry Mattios (MSt Cohort 2) featured in the Financial Times

In the article, Gerry mentions he researched the impact of trade barriers on sustainable supply chains during his Master's studies.

Angus Yip

April 2014: Angus Yip (MSt Cohort 4) wins sponsorship to attend Enterprisers Programme

We are delighted to announce that Master of Studies student Angus Yip is one of 15 winners of the ‘GO CAMBRIDGE Enterprise Competition 2014’ organised by Hong Kong University in collaboration with the University of Cambridge Judge Business School’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL).

Winners receive full sponsorship to attend the Enterprisers programme in May 2014. The Enterprisers programme, established by the Cambridge-MIT Institute in 2002, is a four-day residential training programme aimed at ambitious and energetic individuals looking to unlock their entrepreneurial potential.

2 April 2014: Sean Ansett (Mst Cohort 1) has co-written an article for Guardian Sustainable Business

10 things that have changed since the Bangladesh factory collapse.

Due to recent initiatives, within the next decade there will be nowhere left for unethical companies or suppliers to hide.

14 February 2014 Zoë Arden (Cohort 3) has written a blog for Guardian Sustainable Business

Experiential learning aims to close gap between big business and social good.

Can working in the Mumbai slums or with Mexican litter pickers provide leaders with epiphany moments about responsible business, or is it simply 'poverty porn'?

Sarah Ramwell

Master's student (Cohort 4) and Reed Smith Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Manager Sarah Ramwell has been named as the Australian Woman of the Year in the UK for 2014.

The awards aim to showcase what Australian women have achieved while in the UK. Finalists must demonstrate success achieved through business or personal endeavours, the arts, sciences, professional disciplines, government, the community sector or any other field.

Sarah was recognised for her dedication to women's rights and her CSR work which involves leading the pro bono, volunteering, environment and diversity programmes at Reed Smith. Sarah's activities have included pioneering numerous projects in the community aimed at fighting social exclusion and working to protect vulnerable women and children in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake.

Read more on the Qantas website.

Sporting Achievements

Drummond Lawson (MSt Cohort 2), fourth from the left below, competed in two Varsity Matches in 2013. He earned a half blue for his efforts in the ice hockey's team 8-2 victory over Oxford, and followed this by running as one of the 5 Cambridge Hare and Hounds that defeated their rivals in dark blue at the London marathon.

Drummond Lawson (MSt Cohort 2) competed in two Varsity matches in 2013.

Paloma Lopez (MSt Cohort 2) plays for the University’s first women’s tennis team.

Dana Schou and Tiffany Franke (MSt Cohort 3) row for the Wolfson College 1st Women’s IV+ and Robbie Catton (MSt Cohort 4) is the cox for this crew.

        Dana Schou and Tiffany Franke (MSt Cohort 3) row for the Wolfson College 1st women’s IV+ and Robbie Catton (MSt Cohort 4) is the cox for this crew.          Wolfson College 1st Women’s IV+

Publications Based on MSt Dissertations

Sören Stöber (MSt Cohort 1): Parts of Sören's dissertation have been published in Progress in Responsible Tourism (pdf).

Karen Goldberg (MSt Cohort 1): Sustaining Response-Ability of Change Agents, Journal of Corporate Citizenship, Volume 2013, Number 49, March 2013

Dr Rodney Irwin (MSt Cohort 1): Research recommends how to tackle spread of HIV/AIDS by African truckers, University of Cambridge, Research Horizons, 2013

Amie Shuttleworth (MSt Cohort 2): Her research is mentioned in a blog entitled “The impacts of EPD on the construction sector” by Shamir Ghumra

Other Articles

Jill Riseley (MSt Cohort 4) has been lured from Telstra to join the REA Group.

Jemma Green (MSt Cohort1): Her current research at Curtin University is quoted in an ABC Perth news report

Jemma Green (MSt Cohort1): Interviewed by a community radio station in Perth about the Australian government’s decision to abolish the Climate Commission

Dr Rodney Irwin (MSt Cohort1): Lead author of Reporting Matters, WBCSD, 2013

Sean Ansett (MSt Cohort 1): Quoted in Campaigns: NGOs get handy with stick and carrot, Financial Times, 2013

Sean Ansett (MSt Cohort 1): Author of Raise the Curtain: Human Rights in Retail Supply Chains, Shift, 2013

Michael Chen (MSt Cohort 1): Co-author of Interconnectedness: The root of sustainability, St James Ethics Centre, 2013

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Participants benefit from sharing their learning experience with a rich mixture of peers representing a variety of sectors and based in a large range of geographic locations. This is illustrated by our alumni statistics below.

Map of where our alumni were based during their study

Sectors represented by our alumni

Sectors represented by our alumni

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Workshop Dates


Workshop 2: 28 Mar–2 Apr 2015
Workshop 3: 2–8 Aug 2015
Workshop 4: 9–15 Apr 2016


Workshop 1: 30 Aug–5 Sep 2015
Workshop 2: 9–15 Apr 2016
Workshop 3: 31 July–6 Aug 2016
Workshop 4: 26 Mar–1 Apr 2017

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