MSc Circular Economy and Sustainable Innovation re-accredited for 3 years

On 30 April 2024, Esdes was re-accredited for its MSc, Master of Science "Circular Economy and Sustainable Innovation" by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE) for a period of three years.

This MSc is designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills and expertise they need to become leaders in ecological and responsible transition. The program covers a wide range of topics, including circular economy principles, eco-design and innovation, life cycle assessment and business models for sustainability. Students also have the opportunity to gain practical experience through an 4-6 month internship integrated into the program, as well as case studies in collaboration with regional companies and also research projects.

The renewal of the CGE-MSc accreditation is testament to the program’s high quality and the school’s strategy to deliver relevant and quality content in the growing field of the circular economy and sustainable innovation.

This is particularly good news for international students and applicants, as it means that they will now be able to benefit from a one to two year visa extension after graduation to pursue employment opportunities in the Schengen area. This will give them time to launch their career in a dynamic and growing sector.

Dr Sarah Clifft, Director of MSc, Master of Science Programs:

“This accreditation demonstrates our strong commitment to providing students with the highest quality education which will prepare them for successful careers in this crucial field”.

Portrait EC Sarah CLIFFT