The climate change is one of 2000st century´s major issues. The challenge of adapting to this changes will drive trillions of dollars of new investment over the coming decades in energy production and consumption, infrastructure, industry and buildings and forest.
As a result of this issue, the University of Edinburgh is the first university in the world to offer a MSc in Carbon Finance .
The program is dedicated to professionals in the carbon market and climate change investment field and focused on the business opportunities and financial flows driven by society’s response to climate change.
The MSc in Carbon Finance is a subject crucial to the future of business where the students get prepared for new emerging roles that appears in investment banks, private equity, asset management, entrepreneurship, accountancy, consulting and regulation in this field.
By the end of the programme, students will understand the key drivers behind the carbon economy, its financial imperatives and the regulatory framework in which it operates.
The university also collaborates with several leading companies and projects, which allows students to undertake a wide range of applied research projects, with excellent employment prospects post-graduation.
In addition to the very unique program there are also scholarships available.
The university is located in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. The city offers a variety combining history, nature, culture and adventure.
The city has made significant achievements in its efforts of combining both the modern and ancient to form a unique Scottish atmosphere and is by some called the “Athens of the north”. The city also enjoys a reputation as being Scotland’s centre of nightlife.
To get more information about the program join the free online day. Here you will be able to gain insight into the MSc in Carbon Finance from The University of Edinburgh, including detailed programme content, career prospects, the application and life in Edinburgh by meeting our programme director, student recruitment manager and alumni.