UCL Institute for Global Prosperity


MSc Global Prosperity

Join a diverse community of researchers and practitioners underpinned by a shared vision for sustainable and inclusive prosperity.

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The MSc Global Prosperity is part of the Commonwealth Share Scholarships Scheme for 2019/2020

Are you applying for the MSc Global Prosperity in 2019/2020? You could be eligible for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships Scheme. The aim of these scheme is to assist students from developing Commowealth countries who are of excellent academic calibre but for financial reasons would not otherwise be able to afford to study in the United Kingdom. 

More information on applications can be found here
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.

Open Days

Upcoming MSc Global Prosperity Open Days are as follows:

  • Wednesday 6th November, 17:00 -19:00, IGP Conference Room
  • Wednesday 4th December, 15:00 - 19:00, 22 Gordon Street (The Bartlett) 

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 mentorship.

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