Autumn 2019, 100 %, Campus
Start date: 2 September 2019
End date: 19 January 2020
Application Deadline: 15 April 2019
Enrolment Code: UU-19516 Application
Language of Instruction: English
Selection: Higher education credits (maximum 165 credits)
Entry Requirements: 60 credits
Fees: If you are not a citizen of a European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) country, or Switzerland, you are required to pay application or tuition fees. Formal exchange students will be exempted from tuition fees, as well as the application fee. Read more about fees.
Application Fee: SEK 900
Tuition fee, first semester: SEK 65000
Tuition fee, total: SEK 65000
About the course
What would a climate change leadership in practice look in different contexts and places in the world? How can you as a student initiate and lead processes that mitigates emissions and adapts societies to a changing climate?
The course starts with an intense first part in Uppsala where specially invited guest teachers and the Zennström visiting professor in Climate Change Leadership at Uppsala University, combined with interactive workshops, gives you a background on the complexity of the issues as well as inspiration for what you can work on during the course. The ideas and experiences you bring to the course are also very important in the process. During the end of this intensive start-up you choose, individually or in a group, a practical thematic area you want to work on, in Uppsala, Sweden or internationally. The main part of the course focuses on the actual work with your chosen area combined reports back ‘home’ and discussions with other students, teachers and coordinators at CEMUS (in Uppsala and online). The course ends with a creative summary of the work you have done, communicated mid-December in Uppsala.
The question that was the starting point for developing the course was – what could around 20 students working full time on climate change achieve with their total of 800 hours per student per semester do? That is almost the equivalent of one person working around the clock for two years (667 days and nights in total to be exact). I strongly encourage you to study and work hard during the semester, to make good use of the time, to be open to new ideas, use your imagination, and have fun.
We have worked hard to create the best course possible, and it will hopefully open up new understandings and new methods of working on the issues. In the words of the first visiting professor in climate change leadership, Doreen Stabinsky, this is very much: “… a space to think and dream differently”.
Guy Finkill and Isabel Baudish
Take the chance and devote a full semester to learning more about climate change leadership and work for a better world!
Course Information 2019
- CCLIP 2019 – Preliminary Schedule
- CCLIP 2019 – Welcome Letter
- CCLIP 2019 – Literature Overview and Course Reader
- CCLIP 2019 – Examination Overview
- General Grading Criteria
- How to Reference (Harvard System – Anglia Ruskin University)
- Language and Writing Support
- Support Services for all students and Special Pedagogical Support
Course information from previous years can be found here.