MSc in Global Prosperity Open Evening
16 July 2018, 6:00 pm–7:00 pm
Our economic paradigms are taking us in the wrong direction. The MSc in Global Prosperity sets out where we went wrong, and gives students the tools to build a different, more prosperous future for people and the planet.
UCL Institute for Global Prosperity02031086608
UCL Institute for Global Prosperity Floor 7, Maple House 149 Tottenham Court Road London W1T 7NF
Come and learn more at the UCL Institute for Global Prosperity Open Evening. You will get a chance to hear first-hand about the course from MSc conveners Dr Matthew Davies and Dr Konrad Miciukiewicz about the sets of knowledge, training and networks offered, student life at UCL, and career opportunities once you've graduated.
Are you looking for a Masters programme that disrupts conventional paradigms and develops new approaches to complex problems? Do you want to provoke new ways of thinking about prosperity and to design new models for prosperous societies? Do you want the freedom to develop your own projects, with the support of a world-class research team?
As an MSc Global Prosperity student you will examine the theories and methodologies to lead the transition towards sustainable global prosperity. You'll be part of a community of peers who stay connected, offer each other advice and share successes throughout their careers.
This is a one-year programme (available full-time and part-time), which examines the theories and practical methodologies for advancing sustainable global prosperity.
About the course
To enhance your skills as a transition leader, the IGP will provide you with both a formal academic curriculum and a supplementary personal development curriculum:
- The formal curriculum comprises the core MSc modules, two options from across UCL and a dissertation project. Leading experts will contribute to the course as guest lecturers and you’ll have an academic supervisor who will support your work.
- The personal development curriculum will help you gain complementary skills and aptitudes through workshops, weekly seminars and practitioner mentorship.