The University of Sheffield introduces Global Sustainable Development BA


The University of Sheffield , UK is inviting applications for its new Global Sustainable Development BA course starting in September 2023.

Taking an interdisciplinary focus on global and international development, this course examines worldwide issues through the lens of social justice and environmental sustainability.

Explore contemporary global issues, linking current affairs, climate change and activism, and equip yourself with the skills to pursue a career in sustainable development and to become a global problem solver.

Through professional skills training, practical research experience, policy engagement and analysis, you’ll be prepared for employment in the public, private or third sector. Graduates can anticipate pursuing careers in the UK and overseas to tackle pressing global sustainability and development priorities.

In your first year, you’ll learn the history and key debates of global development, and how challenges of environment, inequality and sustainability are addressed through local and global policy.

You’ll develop your research skills and learn about critical perspectives on global sustainable development in your second year. You’ll also have the opportunity to tailor your degree to your interests by taking a range of relevant interdisciplinary modules spanning economics, geography, politics and sociology.

In your final year, you’ll learn more about global sustainable development on the ground and in practice. You’ll develop your professional skills and also undertake independent research for a dissertation on a specialist topic of your choice, and further tailor your degree through a range of relevant optional modules.

Duration- 3 years full time

Eligibility – 80 % in standard XII , ELTS grade of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component; or an alternative acceptable English language qualification.

Fee – Tuition fees for 2023 entry are yet to be confirmed. Overseas (2022 annual fee) : £22,520 could be used as a guide.


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