The Eden Project is one of the world’s great environmental restoration and economic revitalization successes. They took an ugly, defunct clay mine in County Cornwall, England (one of the UK’s poorest, but most beautiful counties), and turned it into a spectacular environmental education and tourist facility. It’s now the largest private employer in Cornwall.
Study at the Eden Project as part of a Masters course in Sustainability with Anglia Ruskin University, which includes a special work placement supported by Change Agents UK.
The MSc Sustainability course has been designed to provide graduates with the knowledge, skills and abilities to act as a catalyst to inspire and effect change towards sustainable living.
Residential taught sessions:
These weeklong residential workshops immerse students in very different learning environments.
- Anglia Ruskin’s Global Sustainability Institute, Cambridge: With access to state-of-the-art research and expertise at this renowned institute, students are able to contribute to a wide range of sustainability-focussed research projects.
- Eden Project, Cornwall: Graduates enjoy the unique opportunity to experience sustainability first-hand through two modules delivered at this world-class attraction and social enterprise.
Comprehensive online learning, through the MSc’s dedicated website, allows graduates to deepen their understanding of the subject areas – and to take part from anywhere in the world.