MSDG graduates are skilled to be Managers of Sustainability.
MSDG graduates are expected to move on to a diverse range of careers implementing sustainable development and dealing with the real environmental and social challenges facing humanity.
The program is of particular relevance to those planning to work, or working in:
- The vast majority of private sector companies increasingly engaged to upgrade their corporate social responsibility and ethical identity as a marketing tool and a strategy to improve relations with investors and consumers. In this, a Manager of Sustainability is essential to assess the company’s environmental and poverty impact and identify production and organizational innovations to improve the company’s profile;
- Government ministries and other public sector bodies and companies concerned with policy analysis in the in the fields of sustainable development and environmental planning;
- International and non-governmental organizations concerned with the sustainable dimensions of economic change;
- Applied research and teaching in institutions of research and higher education.
Students of the previous MSDG edition nowadays work in prestigious and high qualified entities such as CANDRIAM (www.candriam.com), Ferrari (https://www.ferrari.com/en-EN), EY (https://www.ey.com/), Asvis, World Bank (https://www.worldbank.org/).
The Master’s international partners are keen on talking with you about job opportunities (internship or full time employment) and the Master's career service will connect you with a wide range of international players. The Master in Management of Sustainable Development Goals can rely on a dedicated career service team whose mission is to support Master’s students in their job search.