UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources


Masters Offer holder zone

Congratulations on your offer to study at UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources! In our offer holders zone you can find out more about life at UCL and what you can expect next year.

We look forward to welcoming you in September. On this page you can access information on how your programme will be delivered next year, practical details from our Faculty and information about all of the services UCL has to offer so you can make the most of your time with us.

Jump to: What will teaching be like next year? | Frequently asked questions | Student life at UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources | Make the most of your time at UCL

What will teaching be like next year?

We’ve been busy planning how your Masters programme will be delivered on campus next year to ensure you can make the most of your studies in a safe and enriching environment.

See 'Your UCL education in the 2022/23 academic year' for more information.

In early July we will contact you by email with more specific details from the department.

    Student life at UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources

    We’ve selected some top stories from to give you a sense of what it’s like being a student at UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources.

    Students from the Behavioural Economics and Game Theory for the Environment module presentation to HUBBUB

    Students' behavioural economics intervention aims to reduce football fan’s meat consumption

    The work presented to an award-winning environmental organisation experimented with different framing and positioning to make the meat option less appealing.

    Photo of alumnus Peter Nsubi Sarpong

    Spotlight on SR:EPT MSc graduate Peter Nsubi Sarpong

    Peter graduated from ISR's Sustainable Resources: Economics, Policy and Transitions MSc in 2021 and is now a Senior Consultant at one of the big four global consulting firms.

    EPEE Msc students James Fenna and Rory Brown

    EPEE MSc students shortlisted for Mayor’s Entrepreneur Competition 2022

    Rory Brown and James Fenna from the Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment MSc have been shortlisted for their carbon dioxide removal idea.

    Henrique Augusto

    EPEE alumni publishes paper in Elsevier's Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews journal

    Congratulations to Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment alumni Henrique Augusto who recently published a paper in Elsevier's “Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews journal”, based on his Dissertation. 

    View of roads with trees down the middle in Medellin Colombia with mountains in the background

    Medellín: a new chapter of resilience

    Matthew Stancliffe Bird outlines the environmental innovation of Medellín, written as part of the Energy, Environment and Resources in Developing Countries module exploring current energy, environment, and resource challenges.

    orangey rocks in the foreground with a large sand dune in the background. The Atacama desert

    Flaws in Fast Fashion: the Atacama Desert Dumping Ground

    Esther Batt reviews the real price of fast fashion, written as part of the Energy, Environment and Resources in Developing Countries module exploring current energy, environment, and resource challenges.

    Make the most of your time at UCL

    Get involved with Sustainble UCL

    Sustainable UCL's team amongst trees
    Did you know that plans to make our campus net-zero by 2030? In fact, UCL has one of the most ambitious sustainability strategies of all UK universities, recognised by a a 'First Class' award by People & Planet's University League which ranks UK universities on their environmental and ethical performance and the prestigious Green Gown climate action award.

    In our department our green champions won UCL’s Gold Sustainability award recognising sustainable practices are embedded in our research, teaching and operations.

    As a student you will have the opportunity to be a part the change.

    Find out more

    Take advantage of UCL's facilities

    UCL's new student centre
    ​​​​​​Did you know that UCL’s 18 specialist libraries are home to more than two million books?  They also hold subscriptions to more than 35,000 journals, available to support your learning.

    We’ve got plenty of study spaces available. Our state-of-the-art student centre has 1,104 new study spaces available for you to use. Beyond being a great place to study, building has a ‘Outstanding’ sustainability rating from BREEAM and over the last year has generated 30.44 megawatt hours of renewable energy from the solar panel on its roof.We’re also home to three museums, the Bloomsbury Theatre, and have access to numerous sporting facilities.

    Find out more

    Get careers support

    People speaking with each other at the UCL campus

    Our  alumni are now embedded in the industry around the world working at organisations such as Ofgem, Ellen MacCurthur Foundation, International Energy Agency and more. Through networking events you will get the opportunity to engage with them and find out how you can take the next step in your career.

    UCL also has a Careers service offering one-to-one advice, careers fairs, employer-led skills sessions and more to guide you through kick-starting your career when you graduate. 

    Find out more about UCL Careers

    Join the student union

    Student holding the letters UCLU for the student union

    Driven by drama, sport, art or politics? Students’ Union UCL offers all sorts of ways to meet new people and discover something that will become a part of who you are.

    They also offer support and advice, whether you need help with your academic writing or  help with your housing and accommodation.

    Find out more about the student unions services:

    Join the Student Union