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The Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Business (PG Dip) is a Master's-level accredited programme from the University of Cambridge. Designed for senior and mid-career professionals, it is a flexible, practically-applied option for continued professional development, exploring innovations in sustainable business.


Applications for 2018 are open. Apply for a place here.

 

Aims and benefits


The Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Business is part of CISL’s mission to empower individuals and organisations to take leadership to tackle critical global challenges.

More specifically, it aims to provide an academically grounded, highly participatory and applied forum for learning around topical sustainability issues, to help professionals develop:

  • a strong foundation in wider global social, environmental and economic trends, and the strategic business case for change
  • the knowledge, skills and confidence to critically engage with a range of strategies and tools for practical action
  • an on-going capacity to work with others to co-create solutions to complex problems, and contribute to a wider community of learning and practice.

Download the detailed learning outcomes

 

Programme structure


The Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) in Sustainable Business comprises two parts.

Part 1 consists of completing one of the Postgraduate Certificates in Sustainable Business (PCSB) or Sustainable Value Chains (PCSVC).  Following successful completion of one of the Postgraduate Certificates, participants move to the individually tailored PG Dip Part 2.

Read about the key components of the Postgraduate Diploma.

 

Accreditation


Successful completion of the PG Dip results in a Postgraduate Diploma awarded by the University of Cambridge. This carries 120 CATS points at Level M and is equivalent to two-third of a Master's degree.

It is not currently possible to transfer credit from the PG Dip to the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership.

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Workshop dates for PCSB and PCSVC (Part 1 of the Diploma)

Workshop 1: 2–5 July 2018
Workshop 2: 12–15 November 2018