If you are interested in joining the MSLS class of 2014 at BTH, please note that this year, application will open on November 1, 2012. You can find out more about the application process on the BTH Admission page.
Please note that if you are a non-EU applicant, you will be required to pay both an application fee and tuition fees. You are eligible for free assistance with your application from Kitesh Leadership Development, a company run by former MSLS Programme Director, Tamara Connell. Contact Kitesh if you would like assistance with your application, and tips on finding scholarships.
Click here or on the image to download a copy of the MSLS brochure (pdf).
Many MSLS alumni are happy to speak with you about their experience in the MSLS programme. You can find some of their contact information on the Stratleade Network page. They are also active on various social media sites (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.), so just reach out to them. We're affectionately called 'The Swedish Mafia'. For news related to our recent alumni reunion, you can check this site.
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by Georges Dyer, MSLS '06
Preparedness. Opportunity. Innovation. These words capture the essence of higher education’s critical role in creating a healthy, just and sustainable society. Leaders in higher education are standing up to the greatest challenge of our time by providing education for sustainability, preparing graduates to create a sustainable economy. They are providing the opportunity for more students to access higher education by reigning in costs through energy efficiency and smart building. And by demonstrating sustainability solutions on campus, through research, and in partnership with local communities, they are driving the innovation needed for a true and lasting economic recovery.
Five years ago, a small group of visionary college and university presidents gathered to initiate the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC). They were motivated by their conviction that higher education had the capacity and responsibility to make a significant commitment to climate and sustainability action for the sake of their students and society.
As the ACUPCC celebrates its fifth anniversary, 675 colleges and universities are currently active members of this dynamic network, representing more than one-third of U.S. college and university students. These institutions across the country have completed hundreds of projects to reduce energy use, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and save money in the process—demonstrating powerful and necessary leadership-by-example for the rest of society... Read the rest at the New England Journal of Higher Education.