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Climate Change

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A community of experts working at the cutting-edge of new knowledge and its application

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7 contributors to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

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Excellent research facilities including the Global Systems Institute and Environment and Sustainability Institute

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Close working relationships with internationally-renowned agencies such as the Met Office

Find out more about MSc Global Sustainability Solutions

Find out more about MSc Sustainable Development

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has seven contributors from Exeter; more than any other university in the world.

Climate change is acknowledged by scientists, governments, businesses and social, environmental and economic organisations as the greatest challenge of our time. It presents a fascinating and urgent set of challenges and opportunities for today’s practitioners, policy makers and researchers. There is a growing demand for knowledge and expertise in all aspects of climate change:

  • the science of climate systems and human influences on natural processes
  • the history of past climate change and the trajectory of climate projections over the next hundred years or longer
  • the vulnerability of human and natural systems around the world
  • the practical and policy responses we need to manage the risks and tackle the causes
  • the links with the wider imperatives of sustainable development

Whether you are looking to launch a career in this fast-moving field or to build on your experience to date, we offer professional postgraduate training to enhance your prospects with:

  • a growing portfolio of highly relevant Masters courses
  • a community of experts and research initiatives working at the cutting-edge of new knowledge and its application
  • close working relationships with internationally renowned agencies such as the Met Office
  • a vibrant and friendly student community

We went on a trip to Brixham Harbour for a day to look around the local fishery and talk to fishermen about their experience with issues such as bycatch and juvenile discards. It gave us the opportunity to see these issues from a different perspective and attempt to think of ways in which we could work with fishermen to solve them.


MSc Global Sustainability Solutions