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Would you like to learn about the challenges of creating a sustainable society? Study our Master’s programme in Science for Sustainable Development!

Webinar Date

This webinar is already available on demand.

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Program Starts
August 2023


The programme challenges you to undertake critical analysis of present and future environmental concerns, apply scientific knowledge across academic disciplines, and develop interdisciplinary competence. Your training will enable you to develop skills to interpret, design, communicate, and implement solutions to sustainability and environmental challenges, which will be indispensable for your future career as a sustainable development expert.

The programme provides a strong basis for a career related to sustainable development and environmental sciences. Our graduates have positions in research institutes, universities, environmental organisations, businesses, NGOs, river basin commissions, consultancies, power companies, intergovernmental environmental agencies, and doctoral programmes.

The intended audience are students with background in natural, social, health sciences, humanities or engineering.

Tuition Fee

EUR 10,500EUR / year

You Will Learn

1-Learn more about sustainable development and how to be part of the solution for a sustainable future!

2-Learn how sustainability issues bridge academic disciplines and require diverse expertise

3-Learn about about the courses and content of the programme

4. Learn about programme requirements and how to apply.

5-Learn about potential career opportunities after graduation

6-Learn about Linköping University and Campus Valla

Admission Requirements

1. Bachelor's degree within natural sciences, social sciences, health sciences, humanities or engineering. 2. 15 ECTS credits passed in Environmental Sciences, Sustainable Development or equivalent 3. English corresponding to the level of English in Swedish upper secondary education (English 6/B) (Exemption from Swedish)

Admission Deadline

15 January 2023


  • Sepehr Shakeri Yekta

    Programme director