Sustainable ManagementLoughborough University London
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Rank: 5 (UKEAS)
Location: Loughborough University London
Study mode full-time
Start Date: 2021/09/01
Duration: 12 months
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Loughborough University has opted into the TEF and received a Gold award.
Our Sustainable Management MSc will provide you with state-of-the-art interdisciplinary knowledge and the tools necessary for addressing sustainable management and design innovation problems.This programme will develop your critical understanding on how to manage the practice of sustainability, along with insights into the future of broader economic, social, environmental, policy and governance issues related to sustainable development.
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IELTS: 6.5 (6.0 in each individual element)
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About this university
Loughborough is home to students from over 130 countries around the world and the international student body normally numbers some 2,500. There are various resources available for those from outside the UK to help them prepare for their time at the university and make the most of it. these includes practical elements such as visa information and booking the free coach service from Heathrow airport as well as induction and welcome sessions. There is also plenty of information available to help adjust to life in the UK and making the most of your studies. There is a specialist International Student Support team on hand at the Student Support Centre to deal with a range of issues particular to international students as well religious facilities areas for all backgrounds and faiths. The Student Union building is found to the north-east end of the campus and is responsible for a range of clubs and societies. It also has five rooms, each with their own themes and has been awarded an International Experience Award for its quality. The students are represented by the Union Council and there are also academic support services on offer. There are 56 sports clubs and a Societies Federation numbering some 80 societies. These include those working from the media centre where the TV station, radio and student magazine operate from. There are also around 45 different projects involving the students working with elderly, special needs, homeless people or the environment. The fundraising organisation raises some Â£1 million a year for national and international charities.