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This Masters degree will help equip you with the skills needed to solve the grand challenges of sustainable transport. Taught by researchers at the forefront of the industry, you’ll look at how we can respond to the critical need for decarbonisation, along with ways to tackle urban pollution and enable inclusive mobility. The course also examines the relationships between sustainable transport and economic development, liveable cities, social justice and energy scarcity.
Whatever your background, this Masters degree will ignite your imagination and expand your horizons. You could be a social or political scientist, a geographer, philosopher, law graduate, engineering graduate or science graduate. What’s most important is that you thrive on critical thinking and you have a willingness to move outside disciplinary comfort zones.
Study a range of modules including shaping future transport systems, environmental science and sustainable transport, environmental policy and governance.
Develop the management skills to lead strategic reviews of transport policy.
Undertake strategic assessments and reviews of transport and environmental policies.
Gain industry-specific skills for access to a fast-expanding employment market.
Gain knowledge and skills to effectively run visioning workshops, stakeholder engagement events, strategy meetings, and make persuasive presentations to policy makers.
Experience what it’s like to work in the transport industry by collaborating on a multi-disciplinary team project with students from our other degree specialisms.
Our courses are shaped by the Institute for Transport Studies’ world-leading research and our close relationships with industry leaders.
Contact Faculty of Environment, University of Leeds to find course entry requirements.
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