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This Joint Master’s Programme was developed by a consortium which consists of Utrecht University, University of Graz, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice,  Leipzig University, Basel University and Hiroshima University. Stellenbosch University and Teri School of Advanced Sciences are associated partners who offer an additional mobility option in the programme.

The International Joint Master’s Programme in Sustainable Development is a prime example of a programme where sustainability issues are approached from an inter-disciplinary perspective. The focus is set on applying competencies to the question of sustainable development and the needs and possibilities of societal transformation. It combines the specialisations in teaching and the research excellence of eight partner universities, thereby offering you a comprehensive qualification recognized by the countries of the consortium partners and the possibility of going on to PhD studies as well as increasing the employability in the private, public, and semi-public sector.

The ‘entrance university’ is defined as the university where you are enrolled as a regular student, at which you start the programme and spend the first semester.

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Contact

Coordination
University of GrazOffice of International Relations


Partner Institutions

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