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Since 1996 our Masters in Leadership for Sustainable Development has been training the sustainability leaders of the future. Many graduates are already making their mark as think-tank directors and government advisers, and in July 2012 we celebrated the graduation of our 200th student.
Click on the image below for brief details about the course and to read what some of our graduates say:
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The 2011-12 Scholars team-building in Regents Park - September 2011
At the heart of the 10.5 month programme is the link between learning about the concept and practice of sustainability and applying those ideas in the real world. Students take up work placements in a variety of sectors. They also get the opportunity to undertake two tailor-made modules on leadership development at the highly acclaimed Leadership Trust.
As Forum for the Future celebrated the graduation of its 2009-10 Masters in Leadership for Sustainable Development cohort, Green Party Leader and MP Caroline Lucas told Anna Simpson why the next five years are essential if we are to move towards a more sustainable way of life, and called for leaders in business and government to show real courage and commitment.
Watch Caroline's exclusive video interview with Green Futures below:
"The Forum Leadership for Sustainable Development Masters is a fantastic example of the sort of course we need to create sustainability-literate leaders of the future." - Rt Hon David Cameron, MP