If you are interested in topics like climate change, sustainability and diversity, and you would like to explore other countries while studying, you should take a look at the Master course in Climate Change and Diversity: Sustainable Territorial Development (CCD- STeDe), within which ALDA has been partners since 2014!
STeDe prepares researchers and professionals to be able to help organisations acting in the territory, be they enterprises, local communities, civil society organisations or public administrations to draft sustainable development policies for adaptation to climate change combining economic, social, environmental, international and intercultural dimensions.
Hence, the Master programme is organised in four semesters, three of which foresee a period of international mobility in several countries all around the world.
Students can choose among four academic paths, which combine different languages and flexible teaching modalities; face-to-face, online and blended. More specifically, the courses are developed as follow:
- Climate change, sustainability, development at University of Padova and Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar – Sede Ecuador
- Regional and local studies at University of Padova and University of Madeira
- Territorial management at University of Padova and Université Joseph Ki-Zerbo
- Environmental Management at University of Padova and University of Johannesburg
CCD-STeDe is a world leading programme in the field of sustainable territorial development in the context of climate justice. This Master course is aimed at training researchers and professionals to support organisations acting in the territory and to draft sustainable development and climate adaptation policies for economic, social, environmental, international and intercultural management.
Applications close on June 7, 2022. For those interested in joining the Master, please check the official website