Global Challenges puts your degree in a broader context, connecting disciplines and considering social, ethical and cultural dimensions.
Combating climate change, establishing gender equality, preserving biodiversity, access to education and eliminating poverty are just some of the environmental and social pressures that will shape the coming century. They will alter how we live, the risks we face, and the ways that we govern a more interdependent world. Tackling these challenges will require the best available minds to measure and predict impacts and to identify solutions.
Our award winning courses give you the opportunity to research and problem solve your choice of these challenges in multidisciplinary teams, using a range of new and diverse ways of working.