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Upon successful completion of the Joint Master’s Programme the students are awarded a “Master’s Degree in Sustainable Development - M.Sc.”

Background information can be found HERE

  • Austria: Master of Science (MSc)
  • Germany: Master of Science (MSc)
  • Italy: Laurea magistrale (LM)
  • Japan: Master of Science (MSc)

Regulations as of 2020/21

For students starting the programme from 2020/21 onwards, a double degree is awarded by the University of Graz and Ca’ Foscari University Venice, by Leipzig University and Ca' Foscari University Venice as well as by the University of Graz and Leipzig University after the fulfilment of the respective legal prerequisites. Checkout additional information HERE.

A jointly awarded degree is issued by Hiroshima University in cooperation with Leipzig University and the University of Graz after fulfilling the special requirements as indicated HERE.

In addition, graduates of the Joint Master’s Programme will receive a commonly issued certificate of completion (bridging document) and diploma supplement which will contain all information about the programme and its international structure and will be provided by the respective entrance university.

The entrance university is responsible for taking care of the graduation procedure by confirming the successful completion of the programme according to the programme requirements. The entrance university issues the local degree diploma and informs the degree awarding mobility partner about the completion of the Joint Programme.

Career Prospects

The Joint International Master in Sustainable Development produces highly qualified specialists able to operate, through their multidisciplinary skills, in prevention, diagnosis and solution to environmental issues.

As a graduate of this Joint International Master’s Programme you may pursue further study or hold positions of responsibility in projects and facilities management. Your employment options in a variety of professional fields include: business management, consulting, environmental entrepreneurship, environment, health and safety, quality management, regional and urban planning, innovation management, international organisations, scientific research, training and (continuing) education.

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