Brunel to Offer New MSc in Sustainability, Entrepreneurship and Design

18-month program is multidisciplinary in nature; to launch this fall

The UK's Brunel University has announced plans to launch a new MSc program that focuses on Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, and Design.

The program is 18 months long and will help participants "rethink, redesign and rebuild a positive future for business practice," according to the course webpage.

The MSc is offered through Brunel's Institute for the Environment, alongside Brunel Business School and the School of Engineering and Design. Curriculum includes a mix of business topics, with a focus on design and sustainability.

The first 12 months of the program take place at Brunel University, followed by a six-month professional development phase, where students can pursue an internship or start their own business, for example. 

For more information, please see the Brunel press release announcing the launch of the MSc in Sustainability, Entrepreneurship and Design.

You can also read more about course offerings at Brunel Business School on their full profile on FIND MBA.

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