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Why apply?

 

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. Their sustainability studies will be applied to real challenges and opportunities in the private, public and NGO sectors.

Read a profile of Master's graduate Amie Shuttleworth or further testimonials.

Learn more about employer benefits and support.

 

Who should apply?


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.

The content of the programme is predominantly focused towards sustainability in a business context, although the programme welcomes applicants from the public sector and NGOs. 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.

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2018 intake workshop dates

Workshop 1: 23–29 September 2018 
Workshop 2: 31 March–6 April 2019
Workshop 3: 1–7 September 2019   
Workshop 4: 29 March–4 April 2020

2017 intake Workshop Dates

Workshop 1: 2–8 September 2017
Workshop 2: 8–14 April 2018
Workshop 3: 2–8 September 2018   
Workshop 4: 31 March–6 April 2019

2016 intake Workshop Dates

Workshop 1: 18–24 September 2016
Workshop 2: 26 March–1 April 2017
Workshop 3: 30 July–5 August 2017
Workshop 4: 8–14 April 2018