How do we work with energy and materials? And what is the future of technology in the field of energy? This is what you can expect to study in this Master’s programme.
Related master's programmes
What can you do with an academic degree?
In contrast to a vocational education, a university education does not train you for a specific profession. An academic degree demonstrates that you have achieved a level of academic work and thinking capability. It gives you the basis after your studies to head out in all kinds of direction.
Only a few students enter the job market upon completing their Bachelor’s; nearly all of them go on to a Master’s programme. With a Master’s you can work in a wide variety of professional fields. You can continue in science, or find a position in business or in the policy or consulting sector. You can also go directly into communications or teaching; it all depends on what you specialise in.
Below you will find the associated Master’s that you can take following your Global Sustainability Science Bachelor’s. Depending on the content of your Bachelor’s, particularly your electives, you can also be accepted into another Master’s programme at Utrecht University or elsewhere.
This Master’s will provide you with insight into organisations’ sustainable behavior. You will gain an understanding of how innovation within a company contributes to more sustainable practices.
You will develop a solid and broad foundation concerning the importance of innovation. You will learn about technology, companies and management and how to realise innovative solutions.
How can we make use of the world’s resources more sustainably? You will look for innovative solutions for future generations.
You will acquire insight into modern water management technology and water policy from a sustainable perspective.