Study Sustainable Development in Denmark

Master's Degrees in
Sustainable Development in Denmark

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Studying Sustainable Development

Sustainability refers to the ability of a system to operate continuously, without using up resources, in a viable, need-fulfilling manner. It involves the development of a sustainable human society, from all perspectives: environment, economy, industry, business, agriculture, etc. Sustainable development degrees aim at educating professionals involved in management, policy-making and governance to conduct their work in a manner that takes into consideration multiple factors for the future.

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Studying in Denmark

As a student enrolled in a university in Denmark, you will experience some innovative teaching methods, allowing you to acquire the skills to become an independent learner. In the Danish education system, students play the central role and are encouraged to express their opinions freely. Danish universities provide a diverse range of study subjects, and place a great focus on research. Here, you will get hands-on experience in your chosen field of study.

8 Sustainable Development Master's degrees in Denmark

M.Sc. Sustainable Biotechnology

During the coming decades we need to exploit alternative sustainable resources to compensate for the forthcoming depletion of mineral oil, but also to deal with greenhouse gases and the associated climate effects. By studying the Aalborg University's Master's programme in Sustainable Biotechnology, you can help find the path from fossil fuels to sustainability.

Faculty of Engineering and Science
M.Sc. Sustainable Tropical Forestry (SUTROFOR)

The two-year MSc programme in Sustainable Tropical Forestry (SUTROFOR) at the University of Copehagen gives you the best instruction in the field of tropical forestry in Europe. You work with the growing challenges in contemporary tropical forestry in a global context, and you aquire valuable real-life experience by doing field work in a tropical country.

M.Sc. Global Development

The MSc in Global Development at the University of Copenhagen is a two-year degree programme taught in English. The first year comprises seven compulsory courses, including a field course in a low or middle-income country. During the second year students can specialize, choosing among elective courses, an internship in a company/organization or a combination of the two.

Faculty of Social Sciences