The master’s programme is divided into two parts: an academic training period and a practical training period, whether through an internship or the completion of a final project.



Academic training (36 ECTS)


4 compulsory common modules: 


Theoretical and methodological framework: political and legal foundations of the sustainable development agenda (9 ECTS credits)

  • Global public policy on sustainable development (3 ECTS credits)
  • International law on sustainable development (3 ECTS credits)
  • Skills (3 ECTS credits)


The economy and sustainable development (9 ECTS credits)

  • International political economy (3 ECTS credits)
  • Introduction to the circular economy (3 ECTS credits)
  • Companies as actors in sustainable development (3 ECTS credits)


Inclusive sustainable development and the SDGs: no person left behind (9 ECTS credits)

  • Partnerships for sustainable development (3 ECTS credits)
  • Human rights and development: the social pillar of sustainable development (3 ECTS credits)
  • Inequality (3 ECTS credits)


Climate change and sustainable development (9 ECTS credits)

  • The international climate change regime (3 ECTS credits)
  • The economics of climate change (3 ECTS credits)
  • Environmental and climate justice (3 ECTS credits)



Practical training (24 ECTS)


Master’s degree final project or compulsory internship (4 to 6 months)




Blended modality


The Master, 2021-2022, will begin in September 2021 in a blended modality. This modality implies that a third of the classes, specifically all the classes on Fridays, will be held online.


  • Streaming classes through Zoom.
  • Complete content of the course on Moodle.


This blended modality is also reflected in the Master's evaluation systems, which will favor continuous evaluation and the holding of practical seminars.



Programme adapted to COVID-19


Specially in the Master in Sustainable Development the impact of COVID19 will be addressed in the different areas of analysis to facilitate students' understanding of the consequences of this crisis and the measures being adopted to face it.


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