This IEMA accredited interdisciplinary postgraduate course is for students from any undergraduate degree discipline and provides a broad understanding of environmental problems whilst embedding the appropriate specialist scientific, managerial and generic skills for a career in the environmental sustainability sector.
The course incorporates Keele University’s internationally recognised expertise in research and teaching on environmental issues. It is taught by a team of environmental specialists working in the fields of environmental technologies, biological sciences, chemical science, project management, and environmental policy and politics.
"Keele focuses greatly on interdisciplinary approaches to research, and the MSc is no different in this regard. I have used these interdisciplinary research skills to explore two distinct topic areas, which requires the “out-of-the-box” thinking that this MSc instilled in me"Read more
"Make sure you take all the advice you can from those around you. All the staff show real care towards the students on the course and want everyone to reach their true potential."Read more
"The MSc ESGT taught me what I was capable of. It also taught me that working really hard on something you’re passionate about pays off."Read more
"The design of the entire course, not just the content taught in the classroom, has been very helpful for my work."Read more
"I still use the skills developed on the course now and I expect they will make up the foundation of whatever skills I go onto develop from here. "Read more
"Every bit of information you get on the MSc ESGT course comes in handy sooner or later; join or read of environmental discussions as much as you can…..the first question I was asked at my interview was on an environmental issue I read on the MSc ESGT’s Facebook page two days earlier! "Read more
"The MSc ESGT provided me with knowledge and understanding on key fields such as international environmental law, environmental diplomacy, sustainable technologies, research and project management. In the organizations I have worked in, I found these to be the most applicable fields mainly due to the changes Kenya is undergoing as a country and Africa as a continent."Read more
"Since I started the course in January, I had to integrate into the group of students who had started in September. The most valuable things I’ve learned in Keele are independence and how to cooperate positively with others. These skills also help me a lot now when I am doing my job."Read more
"Build relationships, get involved, participate in events, get to know and understand what is happening around the globe. Good grades can only take you so far!"Read more