MSc in Global Environment, Politics and SocietyApply Now
The application deadline for this programme is 15th July 2016.
Summer Update: GEPS Student Success: over 80% of our former GEPS students are now in PhD study or work directly related to global environmental politics and society. Well done all! For more details, please see: "What can I do with a GEPS degree?"
Five students from our MSc in Global Environment, Politics and Society programme took part part of the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) which brings together university students to address global challenges with practical, innovative solutions. Our students were chosen on the basis of projects they designed to address environment and development challenges. One project was mentioned specifically by President Clinton in his closing address. The students were joined by CGI Academic Mentor Prof Elizabeth Bomberg (Programme Director, GEPS and Deputy Director of Global Environment and Society Academy). Find out more about their projects, and follow their participation here: Pachamama Edinburgh
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How to Apply
Guidance on how to apply and entry requirements, as well as Scholarship information is available on the Graduate School website. Please feel free to contact the Programme Director with any further queries.
Fees and Scholarships
- Full fees information, including part time fees, is available here.
- Information on how to pay is available here.
- Information on funding and scholarships is here.
Like all University of Edinburgh Masters programmes, the degree is fully Bologna compatible, and is recognised across Europe and beyond under the principles of the Bologna framework. The programme comprises 180 Edinburgh credits, which are equivalent to 90 ECTS credits.
Edinburgh4Learning offers an intuitive and easy to use funding information tool which allows students to search using a series of handy drop-down lists. Students can access the Edinburgh4Learning portal direct from the Scholarships and Student Funding Services website. Registration requires a valid university of Edinburgh e-mail address and in a matter of moments students can access numerous funding opportunities to help them during their studies.