First circular economy MSc to start this October at Cranfield University
The world’s first masters course on the circular economy – Technology, Innovation and Management for a Circular Economy will officially start this October. Developed in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s education team, this part-time executive MSc course aims to provide industrial professionals with the knowledge and skills to manage the transition of their organisation towards a circular economy.
The course combines Cranfield University’s strengths across technology and management, fusing expertise in engineering, logistics and environmental sciences with world-leading programmes in business and finance. Through Cranfield University’s membership of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Pioneer University and Circular Economy 100 networks, students on the course will benefit from contributions by leading businesses that are collaborating on circular economy innovation.
The course will be delivered through a combination of both digital and face-to-face learning methodologies, innovative online events, and webinars which will offer students a unique opportunity to engage with internationally recognised circular economy thought leaders and business practitioners.
To apply or find out more, please go to the Cranfield University Course Page.