The Master Environment and Resource Management (ERM) is designed to train the next generation of environmental decision-makers to work on the sustainability challenges of our time. Students learn to work towards finding solutions for societal problems related to natural resource depletion and environmental change.
The programme is highly international in character and is open for students from all disciplinary backgrounds, training them to bring in their disciplinary knowledge while co-operating in multidisciplinary teams. Students will become familiar with several key disciplines and learn to integrate different bodies of knowledge in a problem-oriented manner. Students can determine their own focus by choosing a specialization and further establish their own niche through the Master’s thesis. The specializations have been selected to cover some of the most fundamental environmental problems of our time, notably the provision of sustainable energy and the sustainable governance of water, climate, and ecosystems.
The programme is hosted by the Institute for Environmental Studies, which was evaluated in 2014 as “one of the trend-setting, internationally recognized sustainability-directed research and education centers in the world”.
- Language of instruction:English
- Duration:1 year
- Tuition fee:Information about tuition fees (collegegeld)
- Application deadline:1 April:
- Non-EU/EEA students with an international degree who need services from the International Office (housing (optional) and visa procedure).
- EU/EEA students with an international degree who need services of the International Office (housing).
-EU/EEA students with an international degree who do not need the services of the International Office.
- Dutch students
- Start date:1 September
- Study type:Full-time
- Field of Interest:Economics, Business and Law, Behavioural and Social Sciences, Natural Sciences
Energy Studies, Climate and Water Policy, Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity, Environmental Studies
- Admission requirements: