MSDG: Master in Management of Sustainable Development Goals

The Master in Management of Sustainable Development Goals is completely held in English and taught by a highly qualified faculty, which includes teaching and research staff from LUMSA University and other top universities as well as Research Institutes and International Organizations.The learning process has a practical orientation and takes the form of structured lectures backed up by practical applications through case studies and visiting speakers as well as project works and individual research.The program is completed in 12 months divided in three terms. To qualify for the Master degree participants must successfully complete 5 pillars (SDGs, Socio-Economic Challenges, Management, Environmental Challenges, Finance), an internship-based individual project or internship report and a thesis. All the pillars are introduced during the three weeks of frontal lessons that take place at the beginning of each term.