Great news: the MSLS and MSPI programmes at BTH will be accepting late applications for fall 2014 enrollment in the spring -- so there's still time to get your application in and/or shre these incredible opportunities with people you know who might be interested!
The Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) is a top ranked sustainability research and education institution currently recruiting talented, early- to mid-career professionals for its cutting-edge Masters programs. BTH is located in the beautiful coastal city of Karlskrona, a UNESCO world heritage site on the southeast coast of Sweden.
There are two MSc programs available drawing dynamic, talented individuals from all fields and backgrounds from around the world (the 450 alumni have come from 69 different countries), and taught in English.
The Master's in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (MSLS) program is a one-year program founded on the basic premise that a "whole-system," trans-disciplinary approach is needed to deal with the sustainability challenge. Two integrated streams are the focus: 1) a framework for strategic sustainable development; and 2) organizational learning and leadership required for sustainability decision-making. For more info and to apply, visit: www.bth.se/msls
The Master’s in Sustainable Product/Service System Innovation (MSPI) program is two-year program designed for students wishing to combine engineering competence with sustainability knowledge to help deliver new product and service systems. Specifically, students learn to analyze sustainability challenges for an organization in a scientific manner; introduce a strategic perspective on sustainability to a company’s product innovation process; use new methods and tools to work with sustainable product and service innovation in industry; and support a transition towards a more service-oriented economy. For more info and to apply, visit: www.bth.se/mspi
Both programs are delivered in a non-traditional educational setting through experiential and holistic learning methods. Tuition is 100,000 SEK (about US$15,000), and is paid by the Swedish government for EU and EEA citizens.