Master’s program on Sustainability at the University of Montpellier, France
Deadline for applications: 8 March 2022
The second call-for-applications for CHARM-EU Master’s in Global Challenges for Sustainability is currently open here.
Find out more on the application process here
A unique Master’s program
The transdisciplinary and challenge-based Master’s in Global Challenges for Sustainability was first launched by CHARM-EU in September 2021 and currently gathers 80 students. As the first degree jointly awarded by 5 European universities, it provides students from all around the world with the opportunity to take part in an 18-month innovative pedagogical journey: students study 3 modules on sustainability, social innovation and transdisciplinary research and later choose a specific pathway between Food, Water and Life and Health. The last semester is dedicated to tackling authentic society challenges in response to the needs of external stakeholders such as companies, NGOs and more. All along, students evolve in a truly international and multicultural environment and carry out mobilities to study in at least 3 different campuses of the alliance.
Created in 2019, the CHallenge-driven, Accessible, Research, and Mobile European University (CHARM-EU) is a European University alliance funded by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme. The alliance is comprised of 5 European top universities: University of Barcelona, Spain (coordinator), Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, Utrecht University, Netherlands, Eötvös Lorand University Budapest, Hungaria, and the University of Montpellier, France. Together, they work to design and create an innovative university model aligned with European values, the European Green Deal and Sustainable Development Goals, aiming to set a world’s example for good practice to increase quality, international competitiveness and attractiveness of the European Higher Education landscape.