Master's Programs

Are you looking for a Master's Program which provides you the opportunity to specialize in Circular Economy or Sustainability? We have selected the best master's tracks for students. 

Do you want to study the business side of the Circular Economy, or do you want to take a systematic approach? Do you have a technical background and do you want to design circular packaging, or research materials engineering in the context of sustainable resources and environmental impact? Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University of Rotterdam offer the possibility to study different aspects of the circular economy and sustainability for all kind of students. 

Leiden University

Industrial Ecology
Duration: 2 years / 120 ECTS
Start: September 

Governance of Sustainability
Duration: 2 year / 120 ECTS
Start: September  

Biodiversity and Sustainability 
Duration: 2 years / 120 ECTS
Start: September & February 

Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology
Duration: 1 year / 60 ECTS
Start: September & February 

Delft University of Technology

Materials Science & Engineering
Duration: 2 Years / 120 ECTS
Starts: September
Track: Materials for Sustainable Development 

Integrated Product Design
Duration: 2 Years / 120 ECTS
Start: September & February

European Wind Energy Master (EWEM)
Duration: 2 years / 120 ECTS
Start: September

Sustainable Energy Technology
Duration: 2 years / 120 ECTS
Start: September

European Mining, Minerals and Environmental Program
Duration: 2 Years / 120 ECTS
Starts: September

Applied Earth Sciences 
Duration: 2 Years / 120 ECTS
Starts: September

Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering 
Duration: 2 Years / 120 ECTS
Starts: September
Joint degree: Wageningen University & Resarch and Delft University of Technology

Environmental Engineering
Duration: 2 Years / 120 ECTS
Starts: September

 

Erasmus University of Rotterdam 

Global Business & Sustainability
Duration: 1 year / 60 ECTS
Start: September

Urban Environment, Sustainability and Climate Change
Duration: 1 year / 65 ECTS
Start: September

Agrarian, Food and Environmental Studies
Duration: 15.5 months / 88 ECTS
Start: September

Next to this overview, we also have the Circular Economy Map, where you can filter Master Tracks as well and see how they are linked to the universities.