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How can environmental problems be assessed? How do companies and public authorities work to prevent and solve environmental problems? How can different types of actors exercise influence and control in order to drive positive change?

The International Master’s Programme in Environmental Management and Policy (EMP) is designed to enable graduates to drive change by developing their ability to evaluate, design and implement management and policy responses to complex environmental challenges. From a fundamentally practical standpoint, in that change starts in the reality of today, our students are challenged to de­velop professional skills, knowledge and networks in close collaboration with the surrounding society.

Key features of the  programme include its interdisciplinary, international and applied nature. The dual focus on environmental policy and environmental management is another central feature. This is based on our conviction that decision makers within both environmental policy and environmental management benefit vastly from having this mutual understanding. Increasingly we find that many alumni, regardless of their employer, work in the intersection of public policy and corporate management to move the environmental agenda further.

Special features include a multidisciplinary and multicultural classroom, both with respect to the faculty teaching and the students admitted to the programme. This is combined with a class size, and an approach to student learning, that allow for a high level of in-class interaction. Designed to build on the knowledge that students have acquired during the first cycle education, the EMP programme also explicitly includes learning activities that encourage the peer to peer sharing of experience and perspectives, thus allowing students to capitalise on their diverse collective experience.

The programme also offers multiple opportunities to collaborate and/or learn from a range of practitioners from both business and government, study visits and projects with outside clients.

Programme structure
Courses  can be divided into five blocks:

  • Courses providing knowledge and skills that are fundamental for all sustainability professionals.
  • Courses related to Corporate Environmental Management.
  • Courses related to Environmental policy at the UrbanNational and International level.
  • Elective courses that allow students to choose between going deeper into environmental policy or environmental management.
  • Capstone courses that allow for both further specialization and for the integration and application of all prior learning in the programme.

Course syllabi are available on https://www.iiiee.lu.se/education/emp/curriculum 

Career prospects
​The IIIEE MSc programme opens the door to a wide range of international environment-focused careers. Our 900+ alumni have taken positions in industry, consultancy, government, EU bodies, NGOs and international organisations such as the UN, the World Bank and the OECD. Several graduates have also enrolled in PhD programmes and some continue further into academic careers. Essentially our alumni integrate into all relevant spheres for advancement of the environmental agenda. Search for IIIEE at www.linkedin.com to see what positions our graduates hold at present, and how they have moved forward in their careers. The IIIEE alumni have their own association that recently launched a new platform on www.iiiee.hivebrite.com 

More information can be found at http://www.iiiee.lu.se/education/emp

Entry requirements

An undergraduate degree (BA/BSc) of at least 180 credits or the equivalent foreign degree from an internationally recognised university.

English 6/English Course B.

Selection criteria

The final selection is based on academic grades and relevant work experience in addition to the statement of purpose written by the applicants and recommendations given.

English language requirements

Most of Lund University’s programmes require English Level 6 (unless otherwise stated under “Entry requirements”). This is the equivalent of an overall IELTS score of 6.5 or a TOEFL score of 90. There are several ways to prove your English language proficiency – check which proof is accepted at the University Admissions in Sweden website. All students must prove they meet English language requirements by the deadline, in order to be considered for admission.

Country-specific requirements

Check if there are any country-specific eligibility rules for you to study Master’s studies or Bachelor’s studies in Sweden.

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