I'm thrilled to pass on the announcement below about distance learning courses from the master's in strategic leadership towards sustainability program. Of course, it just won't be the same as being in Karlskrona, swimming around the archipelago and enjoying Thursday nights at the Rotundan, but I'm sure it will be an incredibly valuable and effective way to get a much deeper understanding of SSD very quickly. Stay going...
Do you have any friends/family members/colleagues who are interested in learning about sustainability, but cannot commit to the one-year MSLS degree in Karlskrona?
We are launching some new distance courses related to sustainability. You can view a brochure of 3 of them side by side, here. There are two courses at a Bachelor's level and one course at a Master's level. All of them are 100% online, part time, with free tuition, and possible to complete while still working or studying elsewhere.
The Master's course is a 'light' version of our Intro course in the MSLS programme. It offers an excellent introduction to the core concepts of Strategic Sustainable Development (i.e. The Natural Step Framework). I attach a second brochure which has some more information specifically about that course. The application process for this Master's level course will open Monday June 16th, so please pass this along to anyone you know who might be interested. Since the tuition covered by the Swedish government, this will be a popular option for many people. We are limiting this initial course offering to the first 60 qualified applicants. You do not need to be a currently registered student to participate in this course.
If you are on the digest version of the Yahoo group, you may not see the attached file, but if you are interested in learning more, please visit http://www.bth.se/site/sustaina
Reminder: The application for this Master's level course opens June 16th (not before) and closes June 30th.
I would be grateful if you could pass this along to anyone you feel would be well suited for this course.
Any questions about the course content can be directed to sustainabilitydistancelearning