Professional development > Environment and sustainability
A range of learning opportunities, from wildlife conservation and management to sustainable urban development, drawing on Oxford’s international expertise in the fields of environmental science and sustainability.
For those working in or wishing to change career into: environmental conservation and management, wildlife conservation and evaluation, environmental impact assessment; urban and environmental planning; transport policy and planning; sustainable communities and futures; environmental consultancy; construction and property development, food production and commerce; government and regulation; environmental education; corporate social responsibility.
- Climate change science and regional climate modelling
- Ecological survey techniques
- Environmental conservation
- International wildlife conservation practice
- Global challenges in transport
- Oxford Energy Futures Conference
- Sustainable urban development
Flexible, part-time courses designed to be taken alongside busy work schedules, and delivered by experienced tutors from a range of research, scientific and professional communities (from the University of Oxford, our Partner organizations, and beyond). The collaborative culture around these courses reflects their typically interdisciplinary nature. Coming from six continents, and with a diversity of backgrounds, many of our students go on to be “champions” within their chosen field, making significant contributions to local and regional environmental initiatives.